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李菁  ♀
Li Ching (1)
Lee Ching (3),  Li Chin,  Li Kuo-Ying,  Lee Kwok-Ying
Born: November 8th, 1948 (Shanghai, China) - Died: February 22nd, 2018





 
Filmography (1964-1983)
 
  Actor (70 films)
    The Dancing Millionairess (1964) ... Dancer
    Between Tears and Laughter (1964) ... Street performer watching jar juggling
    The Story of Sue San (1964) ... Singer at Mei's party
    The Last Woman of Shang (1964) ... Dancing girl
    The Female Prince (1964) ... Chun Lan
    The Crimson Palm (1964) ... Hsueh Chun
    Inside the Forbidden City (1965) ... Fei's maid act as Chu's ghost
    The Lotus Lamp (1965) ... Fairy Ling Chih
    The Mermaid (1965) ... Carp Spirit / Peony Jin
    The West Chamber (1965) ... Hong Niang
    The Joy of Spring (1966) ... Herself [cameo]
    Sweet and Wild (1966) ... Jin Xiaofang
    The Knight of Knights (1966) ... Chin
    Lady Jade Locket (1967) ... Lian Suo / Ms Tong
    Susanna (1967) ... Susanna Lin
    Rape of the Sword (1967) ... Zhong Jiao Long
    The King with My Face (1967) ... Princess Kue Qi (Kingdom Cai)
    Moonlight Serenade (1967) ... Wei Jing Jing
    Sweet Is Revenge (1967) ... Wang Dan-Ping
    Swan Song (1967) ... Singer [guest star]
    The Pearl Phoenix (1967) ... Huo Ding Jin
    Hong Kong Rhapsody (1968) ... Chang Hsiao Ping
    The Sword of Swords (1968) ... Bai Feng
    Whose Baby Is in the Classroom? (1969) ... Helen Li
    Have Sword, Will Travel (1969) ... Yun Piao Piao
    The Three Smiles (1969) ... Autumn Fragrance
    The Invincible Fist (1969) ... Kuei Ku
    Killers Five (1969) ... Ma Jin Ling
    Dead End (1969) ... Wen Rou
    A Place to Call Home (1970) ... Ivy Jang
    Valley of the Fangs (1970) ... Song Jie
    The Golden Lion (1971) ... Lu Wen-Fang
    Vengeance of a Snowgirl (1971) ... Shen Ping Hong
    Ambush (1971) ... Fan Shiou Shiou
    The Long Chase (1971) ... Wang Hsueh Niang
    King Eagle (1971) ... 7th Chief An Yuk Lin/8th Chief An Bing E
    The New One-Armed Swordsman (1971) ... Ba Jiao
    The Fugitive (1972) ... Ming Ming
    Trilogy of Swordsmanship (1972) ... 3) Xu Feng Ying
    The 14 Amazons (1972) ... Yang Pa Mei
    The Merry Wife (1972) ... Xu Zhenzhen
    The Human Goddess (1972) ... Seventh Sister
    Tales of Larceny (1973) ... 1) Widow Chang
    Sexy Playgirls (1973) ... Long Pei-Pei
    Sexy Girls of Denmark (1973) ... Yang Jiao-Jiao
    The School Mistress (1973)    
    Sorrow of the Gentry (1974) ... Shu Jen, 1st Madam
    Cheeky Little Angels (1974) ... Chen Shu-Fang
    Hong Kong 73 (1974) ... Ambulance nurse
    The Ghost Lovers (1974) ... Song Lian-Hua
    A Dark Noctilucous Ball (1974)    
    The Happy Trio (1975) ... Ah Kiu
    My Bewitched Wife (1975)    
    Temperament of Life (1975) ... Japanese wife
    Lover's Destiny (1975) ... He Li-Shia
    Love Lock (1975) ... Su Lian
    Evil Seducers (1975) ... (guest star)
    That's Adultery! (1975) ... 1) Mistress
    Mr. Funny Bone (1976) ... Ms Chen
    The Trap (1976)    
    Beautiful Vixen (1976) ... Hu Hsiao-Shan
    Wedding Nights (1976)    
    Fighting at Night (1977)    
    My Sweet Memory (1977) ... Chen Yu-Zhen
    Heroes of the Eastern Skies (1977) ... Kao Rung-Ran
    Clans of Intrigue (1977) ... 'Black Pearl'
    Tiger and Cliff (1977)    
    Dream of the Red Chamber (1978) ... Xue Bao Chai (Precious Clasp)
    The Chase (1978)    
    The Lost Generation (1983) ... Concert guest
  Presenter (1 film)
    The Chase (1978)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Born in 1948 as Li Guo-Ying, in Shanghai, Li Ching was raised in Hong Kong. At the age of 15, she joined the acting class of Shaw Brothers. In a minor role that Li played "Inside the Forbidden City", her performance captured the attention of the Shaw's executives. At the age of 17 she won the Best Actress Award at the 12th Asian Film Festival for her striking role in "The Mermaid", earning her the nickname "Baby Queen" of Shaw Brothers. Li won the audiences by showing tremendous versatility with appearances in the award winning teen-tearjerker "Susanna" and a string of dazzling Chang Cheh directed "wu xia" martial arts epics. Li Ching announced of retirement in 1983.

From the Celestial DVD release of "The 14 Amazons".