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Kea Tso

Total Credits at Criticker: 1 (Director), 2 (Writer)

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    Nan xiong nan di (1960)
    Unable to pay his rent, Ng Tsui-choi turns to stealing to get money. When he attempts to rob Chow Yat-ching he's persuaded to give up stealing and the two become friends.
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    The Kid (1950)
    Available at long last in this country, THE KID (based on a Chinese comic book character, and not to be confused with the Charlie Chaplin classic) is most notable for its young star- Bruce Lee. Lee's charisma is evident even this early in his career (this may be his first film, and one of his co-stars is his own father) and it would've been fun to see an entire series of films based on this character. (imdb)
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