Max Lee Chiu-Chun entered show business joining the Shen Chang Fu Circus in his youth, an experience that led to his working as a stuntman at Shaw Brothers in the 1960s. In 1973, he was co-action choreographer on The Cub Tiger from Kwangtung (aka Master with Crack Fingers), featuring future superstar Jackie Chan in his first lead role, later choreographing director Joseph Kuo’s Dragon’s Claws (1979) and The 36 Deadly Styles (1979).
Lee directed his first film, the comedy Happy Island, in 1984, followed by the martial-arts film Shaolin Vs Manchu (1984); Ruthless Family (1988), a police drama starring Alex Man and Deannie Ip; and Who Cares (1991), a crime-and-horror thriller starring Sibelle Hu and Kara Hui Ying-hung.
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