| ||Born in Shanghai in 1910. Died July 3rd 1999.
Real name: Da Zi-Chun.
From the Hong Kong Tourism Board:
Griffin Yue Feng joined the film industry in Shanghai in 1931. He made a blockbuster
“Angry Tide of China's Sea”, which earned him a good reputation in the business. In 1949 Yue settled down in Hong Kong and worked successively for various studios - Great Wall, Hsin Hwa, MP & GI, and Shaw Brothers, making over 80 films during his career. His major works include “A Forgotten Woman”, “Blood-stained Begonia”, “Golden Lotus” and “Street Boys”. With “The Deformed” and “Bittersweet”, Yue won the Best Screenplay Award of the Asian Film Festival and Golden Horse Awards. Afterwards, he made a number of
Huangmei opera movies, including “Madam White Snake”, “Lady General Hua Mu-lan”, “The West Chamber” and “The Three Smiles”. Yue was given the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Film Directors' Guild in 1991.