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Pak Man-Biu  ♂
Aliases:  Baak Man-Biu,  Bak Man-Biao ,  Pei Man-Pei,  Pak Man-Bin
Born: 1921 - Died: August 2nd, 2007





 
Filmography (1956-2006)
 
  Production Manager (3 films)
    Bedside Horror (1963)    
    Childless Wife (1964)    
    Deeply Affecting Dou Er-Yuan (1964)    
  Assistant Director (12 films)
    The Fairy Shepherdess (1958)    
    Snow Storm in June (1959)    
    The Strange Lady Xue Yiniang (1962)    
    All Because of a Smile (1962)    
    The Adventure of a Stage-fan (1962)    
    Women's World (1963)    
    The Uprighteous Officer and the Filial Daughter (1963)    
    The Tigress' Adventures in the Capital (Part 2) (1963)    
    The Tigress' Adventures in the Capital (Part 1) (1963)    
    Lady in the Moon (1966)    
    Duel at the Supreme Gate (1968)    
    Springtime Affairs (1968)    
  Script Supervisor (6 films)
    On the Road to Success (Part 2) (1959)    
    On the Road to Success (Part 1) (1959)    
    Trial of the Wife Who Murdered Her Mother-in-Law (1959)    
    The Chopper That Becomes a King (1962)    
    The Powerful Fist of a Thousand Hands (Part 2) (1965)    
    The Powerful Fist of a Thousand Hands (Part 1) (1965)    
  Actor (140 films)
    The Precious Lotus Lamp (1956) ... Heavenly General A
    The Precious Lotus Lamp (The Sequel) (1957)    
    Prosperity Knocks (1957)    
    Sweet Girl in Terror (1958)    
    The Butterfly Spirit (1958)    
    The Fairy Shepherdess (1958)    
    The Tragedy of Han Palace (1958)    
    The Precious Lotus Lamp (Part 3) (1958)    
    How Oriole the Heroine Solved the Case of the Three Dead Bodies (1959)    
    On the Road to Success (Part 2) (1959)    
    On the Road to Success (Part 1) (1959)    
    Till Death Us Do Part (Part 1) (1959)    
    Judge Bao's Night Trial of the Living Dead (1959)    
    Trial of the Wife Who Murdered Her Mother-in-Law (1959)    
    Little Warrior in Red Butterfly (Part 1) (1960)    
    Fan to Remember (1961)    
    Riot in the Palace (1961)    
    Witness for the Prosecution (1961)    
    The Warrior in Red Butterfly (Part 2) (1961)    
    Lucky Child Granted by Heaven (1961)    
    White Hair Girl of Miu Shan (Part 1) (1961)    
    White Hair Girl of Miu Shan (Part 2) (1961)    
    Murder on Black Dragon Street (1961)    
    The Haunted Temple (1961)    
    The Road to the West (1962)    
    All Because of a Smile (1962)    
    The Birth of Yue Fei (1962)    
    Three Petitions (1962)    
    The Heroes and the Beauty (1962)    
    The 7 Tyrants of Jiangnan (1962)    
    The Birth of the Monkey King (1962)    
    Love in the Pearl Chamber (1962)    
    Sombre Night (1962)    
    The Swordsman and the Swordswoman (1963)    
    Women's World (1963)    
    Story of the Sword and the Sabre (Part 1) (1963) ... To Tai-Kam
    The Magnificent Ones (Part 1) (1963)    
    Funny Thief (1963)    
    Red Thread Steals a Precious Box (1963)    
    Head for Sale (1963)    
    The Golden Key (1963)    
    The Conquering Sword (1964)    
    Romantic Musketeer (1964)    
    Childless Wife (1964) ... Uncle Cheung
    Twelve Beauties (1964)    
    The Five Rats' Adventures in the Eastern Capital (1964)    
    The Snowflake Sword (Part 3) (1964)    
    The Snowflake Sword (Grand Finale) (1964)    
    Ji Gong, the Living Buddha (1964)    
    Beautiful Queen of Hell (Part 1) (1965)    
    A Drop of Chivalrous Blood (Part 1) (1965)    
    The Invincible Book from Heaven (Part 1) (1965)    
    The Powerful Fist of a Thousand Hands (Part 2) (1965)    
    The Powerful Fist of a Thousand Hands (Part 1) (1965)    
    The Three Sisters (Part 2) (1965)    
    The Six-fingered Lord of the Lute (Part 2) (1965)    
    Heaven, Hell, Crystal Palace (1965)    
    The Blood-Stained Butterly Mountain (1965)    
    Fire Dragon and the Mythical Pearl (1966)    
    Sacred Fire, Heroic Wind (Part 2) (1966)    
    Sacred Fire, Heroic Wind (Part 1) (1966) ... One of the Four Shaolin Custodian
    The Golden Bat (1966)    
    The Warrant (1966)    
    Lady in the Moon (1966)    
    Gun Fight at Lo Ma Lake (1966)    
    The Golden Gun (1966)    
    How the Sacred Fire Heroic Winds Defeat the Fire Lotus Array (1967)    
    Terrors Over Nothing (1967)    
    The Legend of Gods and Goddesses (1967)    
    The Butterfly Legend (1967) ... Advisor
    Waste Not Our Youth (1967) ... Doctor
    I Love A-Go-Go (1967)    
    Wong Fei-Hung Against the Ruffians (1967) ... Wong Wang
    Blood Stains the Iron Fist (1967)    
    Dangerous Seventeen (1968) ... Cheung Kwong-Cheng [guest]
    Decree of the Fire Dragon (1968)    
    The Flower and the Sword (1968)    
    Wong Fei-Hung: Duel for the Championship (1968)    
    Wong Fei-Hung: The Invincible 'Lion Dancer' (1968) ... Thug
    A Great Lover (1968)    
    Wong Fei-Hung: The Eight Bandits (1968) ... One of the Eight Bandit
    Flag of Pearls (1968) ... Emperor Ren-Zong
    Nu Zha's Adventure in the Eastern Sea (1968)    
    The Avenging Sword (1968)    
    How Huang Feihong Vanquished the Monster and Conquered the 9 Fractions (1968)    
    The Deadly Dragon Sword (1968)    
    Duel at the Supreme Gate (1968)    
    Wong Fei-Hung: The Incredible Success in Canton (1968)    
    The Imperial Warrant (1968)    
    Wong Fei-Hung's Combat with the Five Wolves (1969)    
    The Invincible (1969)    
    The Sainted Sword (1969) ... Sang Yiu
    Silver Knife, Scarlet Blade (1969) ... Piao
    Wong Fei-Hung: The Duel for the 'Sha-Yu-Qing' (1969)    
    Mad Dragon (1969) ... Jack (Jik Chan)
    The Fragrant Sword (1969)    
    Quick Swordsman (1970)    
    Xiu Niang (1970)    
    Modern School Life (1970)    
    Bloody Claw (1971)    
    The Blade Spares None (1971) ... Ho Chen
    Enjoy Longevity-300 Years (1975) ... Escort officer
    Who Killed My Killers!? (1975)    
    Love in Hawaii (1976) ... Mr Loo
    The Discharged (1977)    
    Mantis Fists and Tiger Claws of Shaolin (1977) ... Captain
    Edge of Fury (1978) ... Mr Chun
    Crazy Boy and Pop-Eye (1979)    
    The Wonderful Hong Kong (1980)    
    Crazy Nuts (1981)    
    Don't Kill Me, Brother! (1981) ... Uncle Lung
    Mahjong Heroes (1981) ... Uncle Jin
    Avengers from Hell (1981) ... 3) Casino Boss Zhou
    Interpol (1982)    
    Brothers from Walled City (1982) ... Ninth Uncle
    Outlaw Genes (1982) ... Kan's father
    The Bund (1983)    
    Seeding of a Ghost (1983) ... Taoist
    Red Panther (1983) ... Kiang's father
    Top Fit (1983) ... Black Bow Tie [cameo]
    The Bund Part II (1983)    
    Fury of the Heaven (1986) ... Lau's neighbour
    The Missed Date (1986) ... Mei's dad [cameo]
    Back to the Beyond (1987)    
    The Dragon Family (1988) ... Ho San
    Seven Warriors (1989) ... Village chief
    Her Fatal Ways (1990) ... Tzu's ex KMT comrade
    Mortuary Blues (1990) ... Uncle Piao
    Mainland Dundee (1991) ... Taiwanese patriot
    Her Fatal Ways II (1991) ... Min's friend on tour bus
    Today's Hero (1991) ... Uncle Chung
    Fist of Fury 1991 (1991) ... Bill
    92 Legendary La Rose Noire (1992) ... Uncle #2 at Fan's wedding
    Fist of Fury 1991 II (1992) ... Uncle Bill
    Battle in Hell (1992) ... Uncle Bill
    My Hero II (1993) ... Sau's buddy
    Boys Are Easy (1993)    
    Last Hero in China (1993) ... Uncle Cheung
    The Third Full Moon (1994) ... Uncle Wong
    Election 2 (2006) ... One of Uncle supporting Lok
  Planning (1 film)
    The Vagabond Swordsman (1968)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Died August 2, 2007 in New York.

Veteran actor Bak Man Biu who passed away on August 2 in New York, U.S.A at the age of 86. Pak Man Piu was originally named Chiu Hung Fok. In the 40s he started working in Cantonese opera. In the 50s he joined the film industry as a screen writer and assistant director. He has worked with Lee Han-Hsiang on many classic opera films. Later he joined TVB and have worked with stars like Chow Yun Fat, Carol Cheng Yui Ling and Liza Wong Ming Chuen on many classic television series. Over 10 years ago Pak Man Piu immigrated to New York, developed a twilight romance with famous Cantonese opera diva Yuen Siu Mui and cultivated Cantonese opera talent in Chinatown.
(from HK Top Ten Central)

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The Big Game (1972)(extra)