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魯平
Liu Ping (1)  ♂
Aliases:  Lu Ping,  Kei Fung,  Lin Lu,  Qi Feng,  Nu Ping,  Chi Feng
Born: June 10th, 1932





 
Filmography (1957-1987)
 
  Production Manager (6 films)
    Wandering Dragon (1978)    
    Desperate Killer (1978)    
    Big Land, Flying Eagles (1978)    
    Dragon of the Swordsman (1978)    
    Shooting in the Morning (1979)    
    The First Error Step (1979)    
  Actor (134 films)
    Bitter Heart (1957)    
    Ku Erh Yuan (1958)    
    For My Child I Marry Again (1963)    
    Mang Nu Di Xia Si Ling (1964)    
    Luo Da Yu Bi Ri (1964)    
    Ye Liu Yi Hun Qing Nan Wang (1964)    
    Child (1964)    
    The Sadness of the Train Station (1965)    
    Homeland Connecting Boat (1965)    
    Light-Tower in Misty Night (1965)    
    Sorrowful Hardship Bridge (1965)    
    Xue Zhong Deng Zi Er (1965)    
    Three Beautiful Blind Female Spies (1965)    
    Ling Rou Zhi Dao (1965)    
    The Sad Train (1966)    
    Hai Nu Kung Tuan Ku (1966)    
    Red Peacock (1966)    
    Tears of the Prodigal Son (1966)    
    Wandering Knight (1966)    
    Evening Sun (1966)    
    Back Street Life (1966)    
    Dragon Tiger Bean (1966)    
    Homeless Guest (1966)    
    Malaysian Tiger (1966)    
    The Lady Spy (1966)    
    The Flying Killer (1966)    
    Mang Nu Da Tao Wang (1966)    
    Woman Island Spy Battle (1966)    
    Bet On Three Drunk Guests (1967)    
    Dragon, Tiger, Leopard (1967)    
    Strange Swordsman Shaojiu Immortal (1967)    
    Bar Girl Dreams (1967)    
    Swordwoman One Flower (1967)    
    San Sheng Wu Nai (1967)    
    Three Swords King (1967)    
    Spring Heaven - A Moment Worth Pounds of Gold (1968)    
    Wonderful Husband Wonderful Wife (1968)    
    Dragon Tiger Sword (1968)    
    The Wolf and the Angel (1968) ... Hsiao Ma
    Tigress Is Coming (1968)    
    The Fastest Sword (1968) ... Ting Meng Hao
    Black Wind Bell (1969)    
    Mother's Heart (1969)    
    Qing Nan Shou (1969)    
    Liu Chagu Tours Taipei (1969)    
    Tomorrow Is Another Day (1969) ... Wang Chieh
    Dangerous Youth (1969)    
    Clever Thief (1970)    
    Evergreen Mountains (1970) ... Botanist
    The Seisure Soul Sword of a Blind Girl (1970) ... Brother Lin
    Er Lang Yang Chien (1970)    
    The Sword (1971) ... Ling Fung
    The Mighty One (1971) ... Fang Yu Lung (Abbot Lung)
    The Matchless Conqueror (1971) ... Chin Chen San
    The Invincible Sword (1971)    
    The Ghost's Sword (1971)    
    Swordsman at Large (1971) ... The Joker Hsuan Yuan Wu Di
    The Merciful Sword (1971)    
    Woman Guerilla with Two Guns (1971)    
    The Fist That Kills (1972)    
    The Death Duel (1972) ... Tong Huo-Ying
    Tiger (1972)    
    The Ferocious Brothers (1972)    
    Triangular Duel (1972) ... Chairman
    Dragon Blows (1973)    
    Gold Snatchers (1973) ... Old Fox
    Wang Yu, King of Boxers (1973) ... Korean hero
    The Beauty Heroine (1973)    
    Fists of Vengeance (1973)    
    Iron Man (1973) ... Chairman Man
    The Invincible Hero (1973)    
    Crazy Guy with Eroto Mania (1973)    
    Valley of the Double Dragon (1974)    
    The Dwarf Sorcerer (1974)    
    Hero of Kwangtong (1974) ... Hoi
    The Assignment (1974)    
    Deadly Fists Kung Fu (1974)    
    The Iron Profligates (1974)    
    Shaolin Kung Fu (1974)    
    Brother Two (1974)    
    Rikisha Kuri (1974)    
    Mysterious Snake Women (1974)    
    The Living Buddha Chikung (1975)    
    Dragon Gate (1975) ... Tuan Shih
    18 Shaolin Disciples (1975)    
    Snake Woman's Marriage (1975)    
    The Romance in the Ghost House (1975)    
    The Pleasure Girl (1975)    
    Shaolin Wooden Men (1976)    
    The 18 Bronzemen (1976) ... [Cameo]
    The Prodigal Boxer (II) (1976)    
    The Invisible Terrorist (1976) ... Monk Bai Hu
    The Knife of Devil's Roaring and Soul Missing (1976)    
    The Best of Shaolin Kung Fu (1976)    
    New Fist of Fury (1976) ... Lin Chin Kui
    Shaolin Kung Fu Mystagogue (1976) ... His Highness
    The Blazing Temple (1976) ... General Yim
    The Invincible Super Guy (1976) ... Invisible Thief
    18 Swirling Riders (1977) ... Master Tu
    Clutch of Power (1977)    
    The Eight Masters (1977) ... One of the Eight Masters
    The Gloomy Tower (1977)    
    The Greatest Plot (1977) ... Lung Ke Tu
    Secret of Kowloon Town (1977)    
    The Shaolin Kids (1977) ... Japanese
    Chivalrous Inn (1977)    
    The Rebel of Shao-Lin (1977) ... Hu Fa
    The North and South Chivalry (1977)    
    Three Shaolin Musketeers (1978)    
    Wandering Dragon (1978)    
    Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin (1978) ... Hung Chu's Uncle
    The Master and the Kid (1978) ... Murdered killer [cameo]
    Dragon of the Swordsman (1978)    
    The Invincible Kung Fu Trio (1978) ... Uncle Fong
    Militant Eagle (1978) ... Envoy Lu Hung Chi
    Big Land, Flying Eagles (1978) ... Wei Tian-Peng
    Love in Chilly Spring (1979)    
    The First Error Step (1979)    
    The Romantic Double Rings (1979) ... The Master
    Shooting in the Morning (1979)    
    The Legend of Eight Knights (1980)    
    Chu Liu Hsiang and Hu Tieh Hua (1980)    
    Legend of Chu Liu Hsiang (1980)    
    The Story of Lu Sheau-Feng (1981)    
    The Guy with Secret Kung-Fu (1981)    
    The Imperial Sword Killing the Devil (1981)    
    The Nude Body Case in Tokyo (1981)    
    Breaking Through the Black Whirl (1982) ... Big boss
    Blood Brothers (1982)    
    Raiders (1982)    
    The Switch (1982)    
    The Boy from the Dark Street (1983)    
    Restaurant Show (1985)    
    American Commando 4: Dressed to Fire (1987) ... [DRESSED TO FIRE footage]
 
 
Biography
 
  A native of Wugu Hsiang of the Taipei province, Lu was born as Lin Lu in 1932, and had studies in an agricultural school. Lu went for an audition at Taiwan's Jian Nan Films in 1956, and became the only one recruited. He began his acting career in Taiwanese-dialect films using his stage name Qi Feng. Lu was offered the leading role in his acting debut "Xin Suan Suan", followed by a smooth career. He was widely regarded as one of the "Four Greatest Leading Men" in Taiwanese cinema, along with Ko Chun-Hsiung, Yang Ming and Shi Jun. He was also known as "The No.1 Tough Guy in Taiwan". Lu caught the attention of director Pan Lei in 1967 and was subsequently recruited by the studio. He then changed his stage name to Lu Ping and starred in various Mandarin titles, including "Tomorrow Is Another Day" and "The Fastest Sword". Pan regarded Lu as the "San Chuan Ban" (Mifunese), referring to the veteran Japanese star Toshiro Mifune. Later, Lu joined the camp of director Joseph Kuo and starred in "Triangular Duel", "Iron Man" and "The 18 Bronzemen". He became a production manager in 1977, and co-produced Ming Guan films with Wang Guan-Xiong and Liu De-Kai. Lu also ran businesses on metal and construction materials simultaneously, and he gradually gave up acting to become a full-time businessman.

From the Celestial DVD edition of "Swordsman At Large".