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祝菁  ♀
Chu Jing
Mandarin: zhù jīng
Chu Ching (2),  Chang Xiao-Lin,  Chuk Jing,  Zhu Jing,  Chuk Ching





 
Filmography (1964-1979)
 
  演員 / Actor (1964-1979)
    情天玉女恨 / Ching Tin Yuk Lui Leung (1964) ... 藍玉娟 / Lan Yu-Juan
    懷念的播音員 / Longing for Broadcaster (1965)    
    少年十五二十時 / That Tender Age (1967)    
    女巡按 / The Pearl Phoenix (1967) ... / Qiu Hua
    黛綠年華 / Four Sisters (1967) ... 羅倩美 / Luo Ching Mei
    狐俠 / The Enchanted Chamber (1968)    
    落花時節 / Fallen Petals (1968) ... / Juang Yu Lan
    天下第一劍 / The Fastest Sword (1968) ... 柳小青 / Miss Liu/Ching Erh
    八仙過海 / The Eight Immortals (1969)    
    豬八戒招親 / Pigsy's Marriage (1969)    
    明日又天涯 / Tomorrow Is Another Day (1969) ... 楊婉如 / Yang Wan-Ru
    貓與丈夫 / The Husband and the Pussycat (1970)    
    華光救母 / Legend of the Spark (1970)    
    妹妹要我嫁 / Sister Wants Me to Get Married (1970)    
    蚌仙 / Clam Fairy (1970)    
    再見阿郎 / Goodbye Darling (1970)    
    蕭十一郎 / Swordsman at Large (1971) ... / Girl molested in the street
    朱洪武 / Tsu Hong Wu (1971)    
    妙妙女郎 / Cuties Parade (1975)    
    小白龍 / Dragon Kid (1975)    
    醒目雙星香港淘金記 / Money Is Everything (1975)    
    名女人奇異錄 / Oriental Playgirls (1976)    
    射鵰英雄傳 / The Brave Archer (1977) ... 李萍 / Li-Pin
    應召名冊 / The Call-Girls (1977) ... / (only in Interview)
    金玉良緣紅樓夢 / The Dream of the Red Chamber (1977) ... 襲人 / Maid Ji Ren
    海軍突擊隊 / The Naval Commandos (1977) ... / Mrs. Hu Ren Mei
    射鵰英雄傳續集 / The Brave Archer Part II (1978) ... / In flashback
    大大小小一家春 / One Son Too Many (1979) ... 徐母 / Mother Hsu
 
 
Biography
 
  Born in 1947 as Chang Xiao-Lin in Changle, Fujian, Chu was later raised in Taipei. Her talent was discovered in an acting course in 1964, and she made her acting debut in the same year. She joined Shaw Brothers as a basic actor in 1965, where she rose to stardom with her acclaimed performance in "The Pearl Phoenix". Chu returned to Taiwan the next year and continued to work for Shaw Brothers, who invited her back to Hong Kong in 1975 to star in "Cuties Parade", "The Brave Archer", among others.

From the Celestial DVD release of "The Fastest Sword".