Lee Wing-cheung started his film career at Shaw Brothers Studio in the 1970s as a continuity person and assistant director, serving under numerous directors, including Chang Cheh, Hua Shan, Ho Fan, Cheng Kang, Kuei Chih-hung, Lam Kwok-cheung, etc. Lee started working as a scriptwriter in 1976, and his output includes Brotherhood (1976) and To Kill a Jaguar (1977), directed by Hua Shan; King Gambler (1976), Call Girls (1977) and Flying Guillotine 2 (1978), directed by Cheng Kang; and Ironside 426 (1977), directed by Lam Kwok-cheung, among others. Lee joined Golden Harvest in 1978 and continued working with Lam Kwok-cheung, for whom he wrote the screenplays for The Hellfire Angel (1979) and Mr. Big (1978).
Lee wrote and directed his first film, The Cheeky Chap, in 1980, followed by Prohibited Area (1981, co-directed with Lam Kwok-cheung), Rape and Die (1983) and Dress Off for Life (1984), as well as Dark Trap (1982), which was shot in Taiwan. In 1985, he produced and wrote Crazy Games, directed by Allan Fung Yi-ching, and wrote the screenplay of The Master Strikes back (1985), directed by Sun Chung, and produced Smile Again (1985), directed by Ho Fan.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Dress Off for Life|
||Rape and Die|
||The Prohibited Area||LAM Kwok Cheung|
||Prohibited Area||LAM Kwok Cheung|
||The Cheeky Chap|