Ting Shan-hsi

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Ting Shan-hsi (29 May 1935 – 22 November 2009), also known by his pseudonym Erh Yang, was a Chinese filmmaker and screenwriter who directed over 50 films in Taiwan and Hong Kong, mainly in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Ting Shan-hsi
Born(1935-05-29)May 29, 1935
DiedNovember 22, 2009(2009-11-22) (aged 74)
Other namesEhr Yang, David Ting, Ting Shan-si, Ding Sin-saai, Ting Shang-hsi, Ting San-see, Tin Sin-se, etc.
Alma materNational School of Arts (now National Taiwan University of Arts)
Occupation(s)film director, screenwriter, lyricist, planner, producer, actor
Years active1967–1989
Spouse
Chang Lan (唱蘭)
(m. 19662009)
Children2
Awards Golden Horse Award for Best Director
1971 The Ammunition Hunters
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese
YearEnglish titleChinese titleDirectorWriterNotes
1966 Come Drink with Me 大醉俠YesAlso assistant director
1967That Man in Chang-an幪面大俠Yes
King Cat 七俠五義Yes
1969The Avenger翠屏山YesYes
Like Father, Like Son飛賊YesYes
Love Is Your Name你的名字就是愛Yes
Investiture of the Gods封神榜Yes
The Young Avengeress十三妹Yes
Angel of Love愛神Yes
1970Hate Me Not像霧又像花YesYes
Don't Leave Me Alone不要拋棄我YesYes
Prosperous of Family三娘教子YesYes
The King and Queen歌王歌后YesYes
Million Dollar Bride百萬新娘YesYes
The Drinking Knight乾坤大醉俠Yes
1971The Ghost Hill十萬金山YesYes
Husband, Wife, Maid先生、太太、下女YesYes
A Time for Lying說謊的丈夫Yes
The Ammunition Hunters 落鷹峽Yes
1972 Lion's Heart 英雄膽YesYes
Girls of the Night夜女郎YesYes
Showdown天王拳YesYes
The Black Enforcer 黑強制執行Yes
Furious Slaughter 霸王拳YesYes
The Fast Fists大盜YesYes
Chow Ken 秋瑾YesYes
Ma Su Chen 馬素貞報兄仇YesYes
1973The Tormentor剋星Yes
Imperial Tomb Raiders盜皇陵YesYes
Heroes of the Underground丁一山Yes
The Queen Bee人盡可夫女王蜂YesYes
Knight Errant英雄本色YesYes
The Escaper十段高手Yes
Flight Man馬蘭飛人YesYes
Operation White Shirt突破國際死亡線Yes
1974Empress Dowager's Agate Vase刁蠻鬥風騷Yes
Everlasting Glory 英烈千秋YesYes
Blood Reincarnation陰陽界YesYes
Well of Doom吃人井YesYes
The Talent Girl鬼馬小淘氣YesYes
Whiplash虎辮子YesYes
1975 Eight Hundred Heroes 八百壯士YesYes
My Wacky, Wacky World大千世界YesYes
A Chilled Spring春天裡的秋天Yes
Hong Kong Superman香港超人大破摧花黨YesYes
Black Alice盲女奇緣YesYes
The Seven Coffins驅魔女YesYes
1976Spy Ring Kokuryukai黑龍會YesYes
A Queen's Ransom 鱷潭群英會YesYes
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow昨夜,今夜,明夜YesYes
Love in the Twilight Zone陰陽有情天YesYes
1977The Eternal Love永恆的愛YesYes
Revenge of Kung Fu Mao大腳娘子YesYes
1978The Wonderful Small World小小世界妙妙妙YesYes
Edge of Fury撈家撈女撈上撈Yes
1979The Lovely Neighbor我愛芳鄰YesYes
No-one Can Touch Her醉拳女刁手YesYes
Upstairs and Downstairs樓上樓下YesYes
World of the Drunken Master酒仙十八跌Yes
1980Magnificent 72碧血黃花YesYes
The Flying Tigers and the Kung Fu Kids有我無敵YesYes
The Crooked Profligates浪子名花金光黨Yes
1981 The Battle for the Republic of China 辛亥雙十YesYes
A Good Man Can Bend能屈能伸大丈夫YesYes
1982The Hades Banquet閻王的喜宴YesYes
Sailor's Love行船人的愛Yes
Diamond Fight搏殺Yes
1983Love Don't Say Goodbye一支小雨傘Yes
1984Host for a Ghost好彩撞到你YesYes
1985Killing in the Nude獻身Yes
1986The Kinmen Bombs八二三炮戰YesYes
The Story of Dr. Sun Yat-sen國父傳YesYes
Heaven Dragon, Earth Tiger天龍地虎YesYes
1987Flag of Honor烽火佳人YesYes
1988The Revenge Ghost of the Tree林投姐YesYes
1989Spirit Love飛越陰陽界YesYes
Unborn Spirit嬰靈YesYes
1993Magic Sword將邪神劍Yes
The Beheaded 1000 千人斬YesYes
1999Yeung Yuet Lau Story楊月樓傳Yes

TV series

YearEnglish titleChinese titleDirectorWriterNotes
1994Justice Pao包青天Yes
Yang Naiwu and Little Cabbage楊乃武與小白菜Yes
1995Qin Shi Huang's Lover秦始皇的情人Yes
1996 Dark Tales 聊齋Yes
1997 Legend of YungChing 江湖奇俠傳Yes
1999Lord of Imprisonment神捕Yes
Princess Miaoshan妙善公主Yes
2013 The Patriot Yue Fei 精忠岳飛Yesfilmed after his death


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