Sammo Hung in a scene from The Prodigal Son (1981). Hung is one of the hardest-working filmmakers in the history of Hong Kong cinema. Sammo Hung in a scene from The Prodigal Son (1981). Hung is one of the hardest-working filmmakers in the history of Hong Kong cinema.
Sammo Hung in a scene from The Prodigal Son (1981). Hung is one of the hardest-working filmmakers in the history of Hong Kong cinema.

Sammo Hung’s best movies: martial arts legend’s top 10 films ranked, from The Prodigal Son to Ip Man 2

  • Sammo Hung entered the film industry in the late 1960s as a stuntman and extra, and has since appeared in nearly 200 movies, as well as directing 32
  • The illustrious career of the actor known as Big Big Brother has encompassed a wide range of styles and genres. We rank his 10 best films, from good to great

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Sammo Hung in a scene from The Prodigal Son (1981). Hung is one of the hardest-working filmmakers in the history of Hong Kong cinema. Sammo Hung in a scene from The Prodigal Son (1981). Hung is one of the hardest-working filmmakers in the history of Hong Kong cinema.
Sammo Hung in a scene from The Prodigal Son (1981). Hung is one of the hardest-working filmmakers in the history of Hong Kong cinema.
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