Lee Sun-fung

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Lee Sun-Fung (born 10 April 1909 in Guangdong, China, died 21 May 1985) was a Chinese film director, writer and actor. Between 1940 and 1978 he directed over 50 Hong Kong films. Three of his films were included in the Hong Kong Film Awards' list of "Best 100 Chinese Motion Pictures" in 2005: The Orphan (1960), Cold Nights (1955), and Feast of a Rich Family (1959), which he co-directed with Lee Tit, Ng Wui and Lo Ji-Hung.[1]


External links[edit]