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Tung Li


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About Tung Li

Tung Li is a 80 years old male from Tainan, Taiwan. Tung is most well known for acting, and has 30 known credits, of which 30 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Tung Li’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Tung Li’s movies you should definitely watch Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969), as with 7.0 it is the highest rated movie Tung has worked on!

  1. Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969)
  2. The Tormentor (1973)
  3. The Chinese Boxer (1970)
  4. The Black Enforcer (1972)
  5. Sacrifice to Desolate Spirits (1980)

1. Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969 Movie)

The best rated movie Tung Li has been a part of is the action movie Return of the One-Armed Swordsman, where they had the role of Poisonous Dragon King Duan Shu. It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 7.2 on IMDb .

2. The Tormentor (1973)

The Tormentor has a rating on 6.2 on IMDb . Tung Li worked on this adventure, action movie as .

3. The Chinese Boxer (1970)

In The Chinese Boxer Tung Li was worked as Toast the Knowing . This action movie has a rating on 6.7 on IMDb .

4. The Black Enforcer (1972)

This action, drama movie has a rating on 6.2 on IMDb . In The Black Enforcer Tung Li had the role of Robber Chou Han (1st edit).

5. Sacrifice to Desolate Spirits (1980)

Tung Li was a part of the movie Sacrifice to Desolate Spirits as . This action, drama movie has a rating 6.5 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Tung Li born?

Tung Li’s birthday is on 15 October 1941 .

What is Tung Li’s gender?

Tung Li is male.

Where was Tung Li born?

Tung Li was born in Tainan, Taiwan.

What is Tung most known for?

Tung Li is most known for acting. Tung has worked on 30 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Tung Li’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Return of the One-Armed Swordsman, which has a score of 7.0.

Tung’s Filmography

As Poisonous Dragon King Duan Shu. The notorious “One-Armed Swordsman” who has spent the last two years retired from the martial world as a simple farmer with his wife. Of course this idyllic life is about to be sliced to ribbons by Chang’s wicked imagination. He concocts a savory setup when he introduces, not one, but eight unique villains known as the Eight Kings of Swords and their sword-wielding entourage for Wang Yu to eventually chop his way through.

As Lumura, Samurai in red. Lei Ming, a noble young martial arts student who doesn't know the meaning of giving up. He faces a treacherous, blood-thirsty Japanese karate expert, which leads to many memorable battles as well as several unforgettable training sequences.

Executive producer. Upon their invasion of Taiwan in 1874, the Japanese team up with a sinister tong to hold a martial arts tournament in a plot to root out and assassinate the region's top resistance fighters, thereby breaking the spirit of Chinese patriotism. Two local kung-fu masters prove more than a match for the invaders.

As General Black. The complicated story involves the military conquest of a peaceful island-nation by an evil despot and his sorcerer ally. His victory leaves the island's three heroic protectors dead, but, their young children are hidden away to grow to adulthood with different identities, unaware of their heritage, in hope that, in time, they might challenge and defeat the evil ruler. The charming Polly Kuan stars as one of these children who has been adopted by the conquerer himself, initially as an insult to the defeated hero, later as his protégé.

As Chief Huang. In this thrilling martial arts twist on the tale of Robin Hood, a charismatic highwayman (Death Duel and Shaolin Temple's David Chiang) with formidable sword skills decides to help the poor by robbing from thieves and distributing the wealth. This plan doesn't sit well with the criminals, who band together to stop him. Fortunately, our hero has a powerful blade on his side, not to mention popular beauty Lily Li (Black Magic) at his side. A high-spirited blend of action, romance, and comedy, this Shaw Brothers classic from fearless director Chang Cheh (Five Deadly Venoms) is a timeless example of pure high-voltage entertainment.

As One of the 8 knights. In a coup against an abusive king, a group of young fighters encounters deadly booby traps and lethal weaponry when its members storm a palace to end the reign of terror.

As Liu Chi. When the emperor becomes ill and the Sung Dynasty is threatened by an evil baron, a patriotic officer named Ree (Chia Ling) is assigned to the imperial palace to protect the sacred temple from rebels. Prepare to be chopped and kicked as Ling displays some martial arts fireworks in this 1979 curiosity.

Executive producer. Chia Ling plays the title character, who wields her way through a standard martial arts premise, but demonstrates tremendous grace and agility as she chops, kicks, and flies through the air.

As Fang Ning. A young swordswoman named Fang Ying-qi (Cheng Pei-Pei) sets out to join a gathering of the martial world’s leading warriors under the banner of Lord Xia (Fang Mien) and the Flying Dragon Clan. Their mission is to organize the defense of their country against invading Jin forces. Fang also intends to avenge the murder of her parents 20 years past by bandit leader Han Shi-xiong (Huang Chung-hsin). Han has since taken on a new, false identity as a reputable member of the Flying Dragon Clan while secretly working with the Jin to bring down the resistance. Han uses cunning and a network of criminal fighters in an attempt to assassinate Fang, and when that fails, to frame her as a traitor. Once his true identity and intentions are revealed, a determined Fang must rely on her deadly sword skills and assistance from a clever beggar clan leader (Yueh Hua) to stop Han and restore her reputation.

As Ba Jie. The Village of Tigers is known as the home of all evil doers throughout the land, ruled by their leader, Lord Hu Jiao. When the famed swordsman known as the Sword of the Southern Sky, Luo Hong-Xun ends up in said village, he will teach the bandits a lesson.

As General Hang Chun-Jen. Complicated mix of Chinese history and myth, where old Shaolin friends find themselves on different sides, one a Ching general, and the other faithful to Ming.

As Dragon Swamp Master. After being implicated in the theft of the Jade Dragon Sword, Fan Ying (Cheng Pei-pei) is banished to the Dragon Swamp for 20 years. Now, 20 years later, the sword has been stolen again, and the members of Lingshan Clan are sent out to find the culprit. Among those is Qing-Erh (Cheng Pei-pei again), who meets a wandering swordsman (Yueh Hua) searching for the long lost Fan Ying. Together they decide to enlist the help of the Dragon Swamp Master in their respective searches.

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