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Pang Pang (1)
Peng Peng,  Paang Paang,  Pan Peng,  Wang Zhi-Ping





 
Filmography (1959-1976)
 
  Actor (90 films)
    Glass Slippers (1959)    
    Bride from Another Town (1959) ... Wu Buk Buk
    The Talking Bird (1959)    
    Women Are Angels (1960)    
    Nine Victims to a Murder (1960)    
    Rendezvous in the South Sea (1960)    
    Love Knot (Part 1) (1960)    
    Ali Baba and the 40 Robbers (1960) ... First big thief
    The Sleeping Beauty (1960)    
    The Simpleton and the Thief (1960)    
    The Greenhorn in Love (1960)    
    A Night of Thrills (1960)    
    A Helping Hand (1960)    
    Pubescence (1961)    
    Teenage Beat (1961)    
    Kiss for Sale (1961)    
    Manhunt (1961)    
    Lost Girl (1961)    
    The Pistol (1961)    
    When the Poles Meet (1961)    
    Public Spirited Lovers (Part 1) (1961)    
    Public Spirited Lovers (Part 2) (1962)    
    The Princess and the 7 Little Heroes (1962)    
    The Wife's Husband (1962)    
    When 3 Sons-in-law Come Home (1962)    
    Filial Son's Treasure-hunt (1962)    
    Phantom of the Jade Chamber (1962) ... Ah Fei
    The Adventure of a Stage-fan (1962)    
    The Black Fox (1962)    
    When Will We Get Married? (1963) ... Harry Yeung
    My Lucky Star (1963)    
    Blundering But Lucky (1963) ... Chan Wing-Shing
    The Spy (1963)    
    Stepmother (1963)    
    One Queen and Three Kings (1963) ... Maintenance man
    Young Girl in Love (1963) ... Ko Chung-Keung
    Horror in a Girl's Room (1963)    
    Between Tears and Laughter (1964) ... Wrestler selling
    Full Happiness (1965)    
    Pink Tears (1965) ... Boss Lin
    Women's Hearts (1965) ... Choi Pak-Nam
    The Lark (1965) ... [Scenes cut]
    The Monkey Goes West (1966) ... The Pig
    Princess Iron Fan (1966) ... Bajie, the Pig
    The Trail of the Broken Blade (1967) ... Qiu's big fighter with clubs
    The Sword and the Lute (1967) ... Ta Hsing
    Operation Lipstick (1967) ... Lee Peng
    Sing High, Sing Low (1967)    
    The Cave of the Silken Web (1967) ... Pigsy
    Blue Skies (1967) ... Yu Dan
    The Mirror and the Lichee (1967) ... Huang Gui
    The Land of Many Perfumes (1968) ... Ba Je
    Hong Kong Rhapsody (1968) ... Old Feng
    Killer Darts (1968) ... Ah Fu
    Double Trouble (1968) ... Peng Tai Chien
    The Enchanted Chamber (1968) ... Zhang An
    The Millionaire Chase (1969) ... Casino gambler
    Vengeance Is a Golden Blade (1969) ... Li Sheng
    Young Lovers (1970) ... Chauffeur Wang (Yufeng's father)
    Love Song Over the Sea (1970)    
    The Orchid (1970) ... Gao
    A Time for Love (1970) ... Uncle Chiu
    The Long Chase (1971) ... Wang Yau Feng
    The Yellow Muffler (1971) ... Canteen boss
    Ambush (1971) ... Constable
    The Golden Lion (1971) ... Brother Three
    The Human Goddess (1972) ... Uncle Bull
    The Water Margin (1972) ... Monk Lu Shih Sheng
    The Gourd Fairy (1972) ... King
    Intimate Confessions of a Chinese Courtesan (1972) ... Constable
    Intrigue in Nylons (1972) ... Singer in Princess Brand commercial
    Woman of the Night (1973) ... 2) Chen Tian-Xiang
    The House of 72 Tenants (1973) ... Fatso, Dealer
    The Sugar Daddies (1973) ... Manager Lau
    Queen Hustler (1973) ... Rui, Mingzhu's boss
    All Men Are Brothers (1973) ... Monk Lu [cameo]
    This Time I'll Make You Rich (1974) ... [Extra]
    Hong Kong 73 (1974) ... Fatso
    Gossip Street (1974) ... Master Leung
    Cheeky Little Angels (1974) ... Wedding guest [cameo]
    Sinful Confession (1974) ... Mahjong gambler
    The Tea House (1974) ... Fatty Zheng
    The Rat Catcher (1974) ... Cheng Ta-niu
    Two Con Men (1975) ... Lau Tak-Kei, Lau's father
    Return of the Crazy Bumpkin (1975) ... [only deleted footage]
    Big Brother Cheng (1975) ... Fatty Zheng
    Thief of Thieves (1975) ... deleted footage ?
    Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold (1975) ... Silk merchant
    Bruce Lee and I (1976) ... Rich man
    Emperor Chien Lung (1976) ... Magistrate Leung of Nan An
 
 
Biography
 
  Born in Malaysia, Pang Pang was known for his large figure, which helped him build his funny "clumsy dolt" persona, and his performance as Zhu Bajie (Pigsy) became his most popular role.