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Peter Chen Ho
Chen Shang-Ho,  Peter Chan Ho,  Chan Hau
Born: 1931 (Shanghai, China) - Died: April 7th, 1970





 
Filmography (1951-1969)
 
  Actor (77 films)
    Yuan Yang Jie (1953)    
    Qiu Jin, the Revolutionary Heroine (1953)    
    The Film World's Merry Song (1953)    
    Blood-Stained Flowers (1954)    
    Confession of a Widow (1954) ... Luo Jing-Tian
    The Fishermen's Song (1955)    
    Love & Obligation (1955)    
    Lady Balsam's Conquest (1955)    
    The Queen of Song (1955)    
    Camille (1955)    
    Blood Will Tell (1955)    
    Flying Tigers (1956) ... Peter Chen
    The Mandarin's Bowl (1956) ... Richard King
    Songs of the Peach Blossom River (1956) ... Brother Chiang Hsing
    Blind Love (1956)    
    A Dark Wench (1956)    
    The Story of a Fur Coat (1956)    
    Holiday Express (1957)    
    Mambo Girl (1957) ... Wong Ta-Nien
    Half Way Down (1957)    
    Life with Grandma (1957)    
    Corpse-Drivers of Xiangxi (1957)    
    The Battle of Love (1957) ... Tao Wen-Bing
    The Great Wall of China (1957)    
    Our Sister Hedy (1957) ... Sun Ruhao
    Happy Union (1957) ... Kuo Chi-Chu
    A Tale of Two Wives (1958)    
    Beware of Pickpockets (1958)    
    Calendar Girl (1959)    
    Spring Song (1959) ... Monkey
    The Wayward Husband (1959)    
    The More the Merrier (1959) ... Wang Li Peng
    The Tragedy of Love (1959)    
    The Other Woman (1959)    
    Miss Songbird (1959)    
    Appointment with Death (1959)    
    Wedding Bells for Hedy (1959)    
    Desire (1959) ... Peter Lu
    Cinderella and Her Little Angels (1959) ... Lin Fu/Xiaolin
    Rendezvous in the South Sea (1960)    
    The Loving Couple (1960)    
    How to Marry a Millionaire (1960)    
    All the Best (1961) ... Peter
    Les Belles (1961) ... Ma Ying
    Kiss for Sale (1961)    
    The Fair Sex (1961) ... Chao
    The Husband's Secret (1961)    
    The Rose of Summer (1961) ... Li Wen-Qing
    The Pistol (1961) ... Little Zhang/Chang
    When the Poles Meet (1961)    
    The Tryst (1962) ... Peng Shi-Da
    Love Parade (1963) ... Michael Shi
    Three Dolls of Hong Kong (1963)    
    Bitter Sweet (1963) ... Luo Zhong-Heng
    The Lady and the Thief (1963) ... Li Yi-Ming
    The Dancing Millionairess (1964) ... Chen Hun-Mai
    Bu Ru Mang (1965)    
    Sons of Good Earth (1965) ... Yu Jui
    The Lark (1965) ... Liu Shi Tai
    Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore (1965) ... Peter Chen
    Move Over, Darling (1965) ... Chen Qing-Yun
    Till the End of Time (1966) ... Chang Cho-Ming
    The Mating Season (1966) ... Cao Zhong-nian
    The Joy of Spring (1966) ... Teacher Yang
    Hong Kong Nocturne (1967) ... Chen Tze Ching
    Four Sisters (1967) ... Ma Da Wei (David Ma)
    Sing High, Sing Low (1967) ... Li Hao-Ran
    Blue Skies (1967) ... Li Yan Nan
    Hong Kong Rhapsody (1968) ... Chen Tzu Hsin
    The Boat Girl (1968)    
    Forever Diamonds (1968) ... Chang Zhi-Xian
    No Time for Love (1968)    
    The Brain-Stealers (1968) ... Xiao Jia-Wen
    Divorce, Hong Kong Style (1968) ... Mai Hsien-Hou
    Dear Murderer (1969) ... Tu Chang
    The Millionaire Chase (1969) ... Peter
    Whose Baby Is in the Classroom? (1969) ... Chen Tzu Feng
  Music (4 films)
    From Now on We Are Strangers (1951)    
    Soul of the Jade Pear (1953)    
    Backyard Adventures (1955)    
    A New Schedule for the Baby (1964)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Born as Chen Shang-Ho in Shanghai, Chen was widely regarded as the "King of Comedy" in the Mandarin film circle. His screen debut was "Qiu Jin, the Revolutionary Heroine" and later became a household name with "Songs of the Peach Blossom River". Comedy and musical were Chen's specialities. His acclaimed works include "Les Belles", "Love Parade", "The Dancing Millionairies", "Hong Kong Nocturne" and "Hong Kong Rhapsody". It was a sensation when Chen and fellow actress Betty Loh Ti were married in 1962, yet the relationship only lasted for five years. Chen died of bowel cancer in New York, on april 17, 1970. He was 40.

From the Celestial DVD release of "Sons of Good Earth".

Biography (gstage.com)