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梁藝雄  ♂
Leung Ngai-Hung
Leung Au-Hung

Filmography (1952-1965)
  Actor (38 films)
    Wise Guy (1952)    
    A Ton of Gold (1952)    
    A Son in Bride's Clothing (1953) ... police inspector
    Bad-luck for the Fishmonger at Tortoise Hill (1955)    
    The Wise Guys Who Fool Around (1956)    
    Emperor Qianlong's Adventures in the Bower of a Million Flowers (1956)    
    How Liang Hongyu's War Drum Caused the Jin Army to Retreat (1956) ... Chung Tse
    The Sanmen Street Brawl (1956)    
    How Fangtangjing Made a Fool of the Unruly Girl (1956)    
    Fatty Marries Skinny (1956) ... Shareholder
    How Mu Guiying and Yang Zongbao Defeated the Heavenly Gate Militia (1957)    
    How the Boxer from Nanhai Stole the Dappled Horse at Night (1957)    
    How Chan Kung Reprimanded Cho (1957)    
    Martyrs of Ming (1957)    
    Luo Tong Conquers the North (1957)    
    Dragon and Phoenix Revelry (1958)    
    The Long Night (1958)    
    A Patriot's Sword (1958)    
    Giving a Son Away in Order to Serve the Mother-in-law (1958)    
    Filial Son's Bridge in Guangdong (1958) ... General Ma
    Su Siu-Mei Thrice Tricks the Groom (1958)    
    The Fourth Son of the Yang Family Visits His Mother (1959)    
    Peace to Man and Wife (1959)    
    Luring the Girls On (1959) ... Minister of Justice
    Another Three Years of Waiting (1959)    
    The Spendthrift Son in the Underworld (1959) ... 8th Uncle
    A Fool in the Army (1959) ... Wong Cheong
    The Princess and Fok Wah (1960) ... Foh Kwai
    The Prince of the Sea-god (1960)    
    The Story of Lady Big Tao (1960) ... Lee Lung
    Adventure of Black Heroine (1960)    
    Rickshaw Puller and Orphan (1961)    
    Hero and Beauty (1961)    
    Two Swords and a Pearl (1961)    
    The Strange Romance of the Dragon and the Phoenix (1962)    
    The Birth of Yue Fei (1962)    
    Sword and Pen (1963)    
    There's a Dead Body in the Case (1965) ... Gangster
  Production Manager (1 film)
    Hero and Beauty (1961)