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舒適
Shu Shi  ♂
Aliases:  Shu Dik,  Shu Sik
Born: April 19th, 1916 - Died: June 26th, 2015





 
Filmography (1938-1999)
 
  Director (8 films)
    The West Chamber (1940)    
    Merry Prince (1940)    
    Qiu Qi Ge (1943)    
    Unknown Father (1952)    
    Witch, Devil, Gambler (1952)    
    Remotest Ocean of Greenery (1979)    
    Jian (1982)    
    Daughter of the Dragon King (1984)    
  Actor (39 films)
    Pink News (1938)    
    Li San Niang (1939)    
    Dong Xiao Wan (1939)    
    Singing with Tears (1939)    
    The Vase with Red Flower (1939)    
    The New Hell (1939)    
    The Luminous Pearl (1939)    
    Romance of Su San (1940) ... Wang Ching-Loong
    They Have Been Living Here for Generations (1940)    
    Hong Fen Jin Ge (1940) ... Cheng Wan-Li
    Meng Lijun (1940)    
    Heroes in the Turbulent Days (1940)    
    Peach Blossom Lake (1941)    
    Life on the Orphan Island (1941)    
    Compassion (1942)    
    Feng Liu Shi Jia (1942)    
    Yue Fu Yan Yun (1944)    
    Hero Beauty (1945)    
    The Fire of Passion (1945)    
    A Dream of Spring (1947) ... Ding Qi-Chang
    An All-Consuming Love (1947) ... Gao Zhijian
    Fu Sheng Liu Ji (1947)    
    Sorrows of the Forbidden City (1948) ... Emperor Guangxu
    Lovers of Spite (1948)    
    The Weak, Your Name Is Woman (1948)    
    Kinship Marriage (1949)    
    The Fiery Phoenix (1951)    
    Ode to Youth (1953)    
    The Magic World of Filmdom (1953)    
    Letter with Feather (1954) ... Father
    For Peace (1956)    
    Li Shizhen (1956) ... Li Yueh-Chih
    Lin Chong (1958) ... Lin Chong
    Red Sun (1963)    
    Shanghai (1978)    
    The Event of an Ancient Coin (1987)    
    The Quest for a Dream (1991)    
    Yue Hun (1995)    
    Four Chefs and a Feast (1999)    
  Writer (1 film)
    Map of 100 Treasures (1953)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Shu Shi, brought up in Shanghai, studied in Shanghai's Fudan University. He studied under Mei Lanfang, the great Peking opera performer...His career effectively ended during the Cultural Revolution and he has remained inactive since. (Quoted from HKIFF)