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Young And Dangerous 6
Born to Be King
Born to Be King
(Chinese: 勝者為王) is a 2000 Hong Kong crime film directed by Andrew Lau. It is the sixth and final sequel to the Young and Dangerous film series.Contents1 Synopsis 2 Notes 3 Cast and roles 4 References 5 External linksSynopsis[edit] Chicken (Jordan Chan) is set to marry the daughter of a Japanese yakuza boss (Sonny Chiba)
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Born To Be King (Blackadder)
Alex NortonEpisode chronology← Previous "The Foretelling" Next → "The Archbishop"List of Blackadder episodes"Born to Be King" is the second episode of The Black Adder, the first series of the BBC sitcom Blackadder. Set in late 15th-century England, the episode takes a humorous look at rivalries with the Kingdom of Scotland and centres the dramatic tension on the doubts cast over parentage of the lead character, Prince Edmund, Duke of Edinburgh. Although "Born to Be King" was originally broadcast as episode 2 of the series, on later broadcasts and 2009 DVD releases it has been switched with episode 4, "The Queen of Spain's Beard".[1]Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Similarities to the pilot episode 5 References to Shakespeare 6 External links 7 ReferencesPlot[edit]Alnwick Castle, used for location filming as King Richard's castleThe story begins in 1486
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Young And Dangerous
Young and Dangerous
Young and Dangerous
(Chinese: 古惑仔之人在江湖) is a 1996 Hong Kong crime film about a group of triad members, detailing their adventures and dangers in a Hong Kong Triad society. Directed by the film's cinematographer Andrew Lau, the film features a large ensemble cast, which includes Ekin Cheng, Jordan Chan, Francis Ng, Gigi Lai
Gigi Lai
and Simon Yam. Based on a popular comic book series named "Teddy Boy", the film contributed a lot to the public image of triads and was condemned by certain quarters as glorifying secret triad societies. However, it was immensely popular in Hong Kong and spun a long list of sequels and spin-offs
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Sandra Ng
Sandra Ng
Sandra Ng
Kwan-yue (born 2 August 1965) is a Hong Kong actress, film director and producer.[1][2]Contents1 Life and career 2 Filmography2.1 1980s 2.2 1990s 2.3 2000s 2.4 2010s 2.5 Hosting 2.6 Music video appearances3 Discography3.1 Studio albums 3.2 Extended plays 3.3 Singles4 Awards and nominations 5 References 6 External linksLife and career[edit] The daughter of Ng Kam-chuen, Ng was born in Hong Kong, where she attended St. Stephen's Girls' College. Encouraged by her parents, she began her entertainment career at the age of 16. She is most known through her comic roles, where she often pokes fun at her plain looks. She has frequently collaborated with Stephen Chow, notably in All for the Winner, Magnificent Scoundrels
Magnificent Scoundrels
and Royal Tramp, among others. In a career spanning over 20 years, she has filmed over 100 films and TV shows
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Wan Yeung-ming
Vincent Wan Yeung-ming (尹揚明, born 2 February 1958 in Macau) is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
actor. Filmography[edit] Find Your Voice
Find Your Voice
(2017) Shock Wave (2017) Guia in Love (2015) Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal (2015) IPCC Files 2015 (2015) (TV series) Tales from the Dark 2 (2013)[1] The Stool Pigeon (2010) Confession of Pain (2006) - Uncle Man Isabella (2006) - Bik-Yan's father Infernal Affairs III
Infernal Affairs III
(2003) - Night club manager Payment in Blood (2001) Healing Hearts
Healing Hearts
(2001) - Officer Chen The Young Ones (2001) - Officer Cheung Sex Medusa (2001) Those Were the Days..
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Michael Tse
Michael Tse
Michael Tse
Tin-wah (born (1967-07-15)15 July 1967) is a Hong Kong actor.Contents1 Background1.1 Breakout role 1.2 Laughing Gor 1.3 Departing TVB for a second time2 Controversy 3 Filmography3.1 TV series 3.2 Film4 Film and TV series theme songs 5 References 6 External linksBackground[edit] Michael Tse
Michael Tse
graduated from TVB's Dance Training Class and worked with TVB as a dancer for five years. He then left TVB and formed a boy band group called 風火海 (Wind Fire Sea) with Jordan Chan and Jason Chu. Two CDs were then released in 1994 and 1995 accordingly by the boy band group. In 1996's Young and Dangerous(古惑仔), Tse acted as a character called "Tai Tin Yee" in the triad genre. The film was a huge success, which led to nine sequels and spinoffs before the series concluded in 2000
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Jerry Lamb
Jerry
Jerry
may refer to:Contents1 Places 2 People 3 Animals 4 Arts, entertainment, and media 5 Other uses 6 See alsoPlaces[edit]Jerry, Washington, a community in the United States Branche à Jerry, a tributary of the Baker River in Quebec and New Brunswick, CanadaPeople[edit] Jerry
Jerry
(given name), including a list of people and fictional characters with the name Harold A
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Anya Wu
Anya Wu (born 17 February 1977) is a Taiwanese-American
Taiwanese-American
model and actress.[1][2]Contents1 Life1.1 Early life 1.2 Acting career2 Personal life 3 Works3.1 Film 3.2 Television4 References 5 External linksLife[edit] Early life[edit] Wu was born in Taiwan
Taiwan
on February 17, 1977. At the age of 6, she emigrated to the United States with her parents.[3][4] Her mother died of cancer when she was 11. Acting career[edit] Wu made her film debut in Andrew Lau's Born to Be King
Born to Be King
(1999), playing Nanako. In 2001, Wu participated in many films, such as Cop on a Mission, Runaway and 2000. Wu rose to fame after portraying Katt in the Hong Kong action-thriller film Naked Weapon (2002)
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Blackie Ko
Blackie Ko (Chinese: 柯受良; pinyin: Kē Shòu Liáng) (February 22, 1953 - December 9, 2003) was a Taiwanese film director, producer, stuntman, singer and actor. Blackie was considered as the greatest automotive stunt choreographer in Asia.Contents1 Personal life 2 Death 3 Filmography3.1 Actor 3.2 Director 3.3 Stuntman, stunt arranger, stunt designer or stunt coordinator 3.4 Action director 3.5 Producer4 References 5 External linksPersonal life[edit] In 1956, he moved to Taiwan
Taiwan
with his family during Battle of Dachen Archipelago. He is the father of actor and singer Alan Ko
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Lam Sheung Yee
Spencer Lam Sheung Yee (Chinese: 林尚義; Jyutping: lam4 soeng6 ji6), 7 November 1934[1] – 23 April 2009) was a former football (soccer) defender, coach and announcer, as well as an actor. Spencer was a graduate of The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
with an Economics major. He was once a secondary school teacher in Hong Kong while working as a voice actor on television advertisements and a football player
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Raped By An Angel
Raped by an Angel
Raped by an Angel
a.k.a. Naked Killer
Naked Killer
2 (香港奇案之強姦; pinyin: Xiang Gang qi an zhi qiang jian) is a 1993 Category III Hong Kong film directed by Andrew Lau, with a scenario by Wong Jing. The Hong Kong Chinese actor Mark Cheng is shown naked in the film, as he walks around a room, with his genitals briefly shown on screen.[1]Contents1 Prequel and sequel 2 Cast and roles 3 References 4 External linksPrequel and sequel[edit] Alternatively titled Naked Killer
Naked Killer
2 a.k.a. "Legal Rape" a.k.a. "Super Rape", the movie is a semi-sequel of the 1992 Naked Killer, directed by Clarence Fok Yiu-leung. In fact, the main link between the two films is the reunion of Simon Yam
Simon Yam
and Chingmy Yau, who play different roles
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To Live And Die In Tsimshatsui
To Live and Die in Tsimshatsui
To Live and Die in Tsimshatsui
is a 1994 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
crime film directed by Andrew Lau and starring Jacky Cheung, Tony Leung, Jacklyn Wu and Power Chan.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Box office 4 Award nomination 5 See also 6 External linksPlot[edit] Crazy Lik and his friend Pong are two undercover cops who are sent to infiltrate triad leader Coffin Sing. Later as Sing is killed, the gang is split into two. Lik follows Hung Tai's side and Pong goes to the other. Lik becomes down as he is separated from his best friend and feeling responsible for Sing's death. This leads to a time where Lik gets drunk at his girlfriend Moon's mother's birthday party and making a fool of himself and Moon feels disgusted and leaves him. One time in a bar, Lik meets triad member Milky Fai, who helps Lik out to get good with Hung Tai and his sister Po
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Young And Dangerous 2
Young and Dangerous
Young and Dangerous
2 (Chinese: 古惑仔2之猛龍過江) is a 1996 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
triad film directed by Andrew Lau. It is the first sequel in the Young and Dangerous
Young and Dangerous
film series it was copyright-wrote and directed the first film.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 See also 4 External linksPlot[edit] The re-informed with the events of the previous film. In a flashback to Young and Dangerous, "Chicken" Chiu (Jordan Chan) heads into exile and decides to go to Taiwan, after a failed hit. The first part of the movie details the events leading up to his return to Hong Kong, following the death of his boss "Uncle Bee" (Frankie Ng). In Taiwan, Chicken's cousin introduces him to the "San Luen" Triad, headed by an influential Taiwanese senator. Although the atmosphere in the city is quite different than Hong Kong, Chicken gains the senator's favor by assassinating his rival
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Traditional Chinese Characters
Traditional Chinese characters
Chinese characters
(traditional Chinese: 正體字/繁體字; simplified Chinese: 正体字/繁体字; Pinyin: Zhèngtǐzì/Fántǐzì) are Chinese characters
Chinese characters
in any character set that does not contain newly created characters or character substitutions performed after 1946. They are most commonly the characters in the standardized character sets of Taiwan, of Hong Kong and Macau
Macau
or in the Kangxi Dictionary
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Young And Dangerous 3
Young and Dangerous
Young and Dangerous
3 (Chinese: 古惑仔之隻手遮天) is a 1996 Hong Kong triad film directed by Andrew Lau. It is the second sequel in the Young and Dangerous
Young and Dangerous
film series. Starting from this movie, it is distributed by Golden Harvest Company.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 See also 4 External linksPlot[edit] Weeks after Chan Ho Nam (Ekin Cheng) is elected branch leader of Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay
of the "Hung Hing" Society, "Chicken" Chiu (Jordan Chan), after joining the Taiwanese "San Luen" triad, is reinstated into Hung Hing by Chairman Chiang Tin Sung (Simon Yam). At the same time, rival triad "Tung Sing", led by "Camel" Lok (Chan Wai Man) begins to make a name for itself, establishing bars and clubs alongside Hung Hing's areas of operations
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The Storm Riders
The Storm Riders
The Storm Riders
is a 1998 Hong Kong wuxia fantasy film based on the manhua series Fung Wan
Fung Wan
by artist Ma Wing-shing. Directed by Andrew Lau, it starred Ekin Cheng
Ekin Cheng
as Wind and Aaron Kwok
Aaron Kwok
as Cloud. The plot involves two children, Whispering Wind and Striding Cloud, who become powerful warriors under the evil Lord Conqueror's tutelage
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