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Tien Lung Chen

Tien Lung Chen is known for his work on Drunken Master (1978), Boxer from Shantung (1972) and The Butterfly Murders (1979). See full bio »

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Known For

Drunken Master
Boxer from Shantung
The Butterfly Murders
The Butterfly Murders Thousand Hands Li Kim
Snake in the Eagle's Shadow
Snake in the Eagle's Shadow Three Provinces Champ


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 1983 Boh ngau (as Chan Tin-lung)
 1982 Made in China
 1982 Kei Mun Dun Kap
One of Sorcerer Bat's men
 1981 Jie dao sha ren
Shen Hou (as Tino Wong Cheung)
 1979 The Butterfly Murders
Thousand Hands Li Kim
 1978 Drunken Master
Bully (as Chiang Wang)
 1978 Snake in the Eagle's Shadow
Three Provinces Champ
 1977 Death Duel
 1977 Nan quan bei tui dou jin hu
Little South Boxer Shen Ying-wu (as Tino Wong Cheung)
 1976 You gui zi
 1976 Si qiu
 1976 Whang long xue bei (as Long Tien Cheung)
 1975 Da ge Cheng
 1974 Wu da han
 1974 The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires
Hsi San (as Chen Tien Loong)
 1974 Peng you
 1974 Xi du zhe
 1974 Kung Fu Invaders
 1974 Tiao yu fan
 1973 Chu ba
 1973 Jing cha
 1973 Ci Ma
 1972 Fang Shi Yu
 1972 Bi hu
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Alternate Names:

Long Tien Cheung | Tino Wong Cheung | Chen Tien Loong | Chan Tin-lung | Chiang Wang

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