Chan Chiu, was born in Chengdu in Sichuan province in 1925. He started writing screenplays for Mandarin and Cantonese films in 1953, and joined Feng Huang Motion Pictures Co. in 1956. Among his more than 20 scripts for the company, the most notable ones include Troubles with the Bachelors (1957), Mama Sings a Song (1957), Sweet as Honey (1959), A Girl in Disguise (1959), A Night to Remember (1961), The Golden Eagle (1964), The Adventures of 'I Have Come' (1966), Operation Child Hunt (1967), The Village of Crouching Tigers (1969) and The River Dragon (1970). His final work as a scriptwriter was Father and Son (1981), co-written with Lillian Lee and Alfred Cheung. He directed his only feature, Ecstasy, in 1983. Chan passed away in 2011.
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