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Tung Pui-San  ♂
Aliases:  Dung Pau-San
Filmography (1961-1971)
  Art Director (34 films)
    Secret Book (Part 1) (1961)    
    Secret Book (Part 2) (1961)    
    The New Tale of the Flying Crane (Part 1) (1962)    
    Secret Book (Part 3) (1962)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Part 2) (1963)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Part 1) (1963)    
    The New Tale of the Flying Crane (Part 2) (1963)    
    One Queen and Three Kings (1963)    
    Midnight Were-wolf (1963)    
    The Snowflake Sword (Grand Finale) (1964)    
    Cheating Is All We Do (1964)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Final Episode) (1964)    
    The Golden Hairpin (Part 3) (1964)    
    A Brave Young Girl's Spirit (Part 1) (1965)    
    Book Without Words (1965)    
    The Six-fingered Lord of the Lute (Part 3) (1965)    
    The Six-fingered Lord of the Lute (Part 2) (1965)    
    A Brave Young Girl's Spirit (Part 2) (1965)    
    The Six-fingered Lord of the Lute (Part 1) (1965)    
    Master Cute and Da Fanshu (1966)    
    The Golden Cup, the Wandering Dragon and the Decree to Kill (1966)    
    The Golden Cup and the Wandering Dragon (1966)    
    How Master Cute Thrice Saved the Idiot Ming (1966)    
    The Woman in Black and the Black Dragon (1966)    
    The Dark Heroine Mu Lanhua (1966)    
    Paragon of Sword and Knife (1967)    
    Tragedy in a Fishing Village (1967)    
    Lady in Black Cracks the Gate of Hell (1967)    
    Hotel Blues (1968)    
    Paragon of Sword and Knife (Grand Finale) (1968)    
    Sweet Sword (1969)    
    The One-armed Magic Nun (1969)    
    I'll Get You One Day (1970)    
    Flyer & Magic Sword (1971)    
  Pui Sun Tung, a native of San Shui County, was born in 1942 in China. He is an influential Chinese artist and popular cartoonist whose successful career spans of half a century with over 300,000 commissioned works.

Tung began his career at the age of 16 when he first moved to Hong Kong from Mainland China. His very humble beginnings had him sleeping under his drawing table, getting paid less than two dollars a month as an artists apprentice.

At the age of 19, Tung became an artistic director for major film studios in Hong Kong, designing three quarters of the film posters and commercials in Hong Kong, plus numerous film sets and costume designs, thereby placing himself among the . forerunners of artistic direction in the Hong Kong film industry.

Beyond the film industry, Tung was also known for his illustrations and book cover designs, which were widely published and collected in Hong Kong and many parts of Asia. His works appeared in about 70 percent of the total published products in Hong Kong. His unique style and great popularity was a major influence on the local publishing industry. (http://www.puisuntung.com)