Cheung Ho joined Great Wall Film Company in the early 1950s, where he started out as a continuity person and assistant director as well as performing in front of the camera on occasion. Over the next two decades, he worked in film companies such as Feng Huang, Union Motion Picture Enterprise and Sun Luen. Cheung also worked as a scriptwriter, penning the screenplays to Ah Chiu is Getting Married (1958), The Ten Brothers Vs the Sea Monster (1960) and Murder Strikes at Midnight (1962).
Cheung joined Rediffusion Television in the 1970s to work as director, during which he was responsible for such series as Leung Tin Loi (1974) and AKJ (1977). In 1978, he directed the feature Horses, starring Bill Tung, who also wrote the screenplay. The film drew much attention because it dealt with scandals within the horse racing world. In 1984, he directed his second feature, Raiders of Yunkang Caves, an action film shot on location at the Yunkang Grottoes.
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