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Jane Chang is an actress, known for 7 Women (1966), Hawaiian Eye (1959) and The Silent Service (1957). See full bio »

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Known For

7 Women
7 Women Miss Ling
Hawaiian Eye
Hawaiian Eye Angelina / Mrs. Loma
The Silent Service
The Silent Service Mrs. Villamin
Operation Bottleneck
Operation Bottleneck Atsi, Ari's Mother


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 1966 7 Women
Miss Ling
 1964-1965 Kentucky Jones (TV Series)
Mrs. Ng
- The Big Speech (1965) ... Mrs. Ng
- Spare the Rod (1964) ... Mrs. Ng
 1961 Follow the Sun (TV Series)
Mom Wang
- Mele Kalikimaka to You (1961) ... Mom Wang
 1961 Frontier Circus (TV Series)
Shan Lu
- Patriarch of Purgatory (1961) ... Shan Lu
 1961 Operation Bottleneck
Atsi, Ari's Mother
 1960-1961 Hong Kong (TV Series)
Kang Mei / Mrs. Chen
- Murder by Proxy (1961) ... Kang Mei
- When Strangers Meet (1960) ... Mrs. Chen
 1961 The Great Impostor
Korean Woman (uncredited)
 1960 Checkmate (TV Series)
Mrs. Tsong
- The Mask of Vengeance (1960) ... Mrs. Tsong
 1960 Wake Me When It's Over
Maid (uncredited)
 1959-1960 Hawaiian Eye (TV Series)
Mrs. Loma / Angelina
- Bequest of Arthur Goodwin (1960) ... Mrs. Loma
- Secret of the Second Door (1959) ... Angelina
 1960 Bachelor Father (TV Series)
Choo Lo Wing
- Bentley and the Bartered Bride (1960) ... Choo Lo Wing
 1959 Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series)
- The Haunted Trees (1959) ... Birdie
 1959 Death Valley Days (TV Series)
- A Piano Goes West (1959) ... Ling
 1958 Harbor Command (TV Series)
Jane Lee
- Sunken Gold (1958) ... Jane Lee
 1957 The Silent Service (TV Series)
Mrs. Villamin
- Cargo for Crevalle (1957) ... Mrs. Villamin

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Ms. Chang claimed that John Ford (who directed her in his last film, "Seven Women"), had shown her the greatest courtesy and consideration, even to the extent of giving her directions in the Chinese language, which he appeared to speak with considerable fluency.

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