Lee Tit

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lee.

Lee Tit (Chinese: 李鐵; pinyin: Lǐ Tiě; 1913–1996) was a Chinese director who worked primarily in the Hong Kong film scene. Lee was born in 1913 in Guangdong, China and died on 27 September 1996 in Hong Kong.

Between 1936 and 1977 he directed over 70 films.[1] Three of his films were named in the Hong Kong Film Awards' list of the Best 100 Chinese Motion Pictures.[2] In the Face of Demolition (1953) placed 18th, The Purple Hairpin (1959) placed 51st, and Feast of a Rich Family (1959), which he co-directed with Lee Sun-Fung, Ng Wui and Lo Ji-Hung, placed 84th.


  1. ^ Tit Lee
  2. ^ Welcome to the 24th Hong Kong Film Awards

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