| ||Entered Cantonese film industry 1944 as asst dir. One of the founders of Chung-Luen film production co.
Married with famous actress Jeanette Lin Tsui from 1959-1967 Committed Suicide 1969
Chun started to write scripts at the age of twenty and directed his first film “For My
Country” at twenty three. He was made famous by his production “Fishermen’s Song of the
South Sea”. In 1955, Chun founded Kong Ngee Co., which gave the Hong Kong cinema a
plethora of stars and directors – Patrick Tse Yin, Ka Ling, Nam Hung, Kong Suet, Keung
Chung Ping, Chor Yun, Lung Kong etc. Chun directed over 60 Cantonese and Mandarin
films of many different genres – romantic dramas, horror movies, thriller, suspense movies
and aldo comedies. He wrote the script of as well as directed most of his films. The most
well known among his works are Cantonese films “Infancy”, “A Mother Remembers”,
“Autumn”, “Parent’s Love”, “We Owe It to Our Children”, “My Intimate Partner” and
“How to Catch a Wife”, as well as Mandarin films like “The Big Circus”, “Till the End of
Time”, “Unfinished Melody” and “Farewell My Love”.