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Cheng Chang-Ho
Walter Chung Chang-Hwa,  Chung Chang-Wha,  Chang Chang-Ho,  Cheng Chang-Wha,  Chung Chang-Hwa,  Chung Chang-Haw,  Jeong Chang-Hwa,  Tsang Chung-Woo,  Walter Chung Chang-Hwa,  Chung Chang-wha
Born: November 1st, 1928 (South Korea)

Filmography (1958-1984)
  Director (17 films)
    Watching Home Town (1958)    
    Special Agent X-7 A (1966)    
    Always in My Heart (1967)    
    Swordsman in the Twilight (1967)    
    Temptress of a Thousand Faces (1969)    
    Heads for Sale (1970)    
    Valley of the Fangs (1970)    
    The Sword Hand (1970)    
    Six Assassins (1971)    
    The Swift Knight (1971)    
    King Boxer (1972)    
    The Devil's Treasure (1973)    
    The Skyhawk (1974)    
    The Association (1975)    
    The Double Crossers (1976)    
    Broken Oath (1977)    
    Evil Spirit (1980)    
  Writer (4 films)
    Six Assassins (1971)    
    The Swift Knight (1971)    
    The Devil's Treasure (1973)    
    The Double Crossers (1976)    
  Producer (6 films)
    The Gwoi-Cho Guru (1981)    
    Red Rattlesnake (1981)    
    The Challenge of the Lady Ninja (1983)    
    Martial Monks of Shaolin Temple (1983)    
    Dragon Claws (1983)    
    Killing in the Nude (1984)    
  Editor (1 film)
    Watching Home Town (1958)    
  Production Manager (1 film)
    Evil Spirit (1980)    
  Korean director Cheng Chang-Ho originally worked in the independent films arena. His full-directorial debut work was "The Final Temptation", released in 1951. However, in the year that followed he joined the mainstream film industry. Between 1951 and 1968 he made close to 40 films. His work "A Horizon" won him The Best Director In Korea. During the 1960's he started collaborating with the Hong Kong film inudstry. He made "Deep In My Heart", produced by Lan Kwong Film Company. In 1968 he joined Shaw Brothers and during a period of five years he directed martial arts classics like "King Boxer". He moved to Golden Harvest in 1973, where he directed numerous productions until he returned to Korea in 1977 to continue his career. [Celestial Pictures bio]