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Shaw Brothers
Shaw Brothers movie are considered mythical in more way than one. First because they made-up what's was done best in H-K cinema trhough the sixties and seventies in a great variety of genres; martial arts, drama, crime thrilles, comedies and musicals. This essay us there to make you learn more on the legendary studio one the starting point of modern HK cinema....

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This section will present you with different aspects of the famed studio. For the Shaw Brothers not only produced kung-fu and wuxiapian movies (admitedly their best known works) but by making drama, musicals, crime thrillers, comedies and horror films whcih remains little seen and underappreciated to this days.
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Latest article added : A day at the Shaw Brothers’ (10/7/2007)
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  A day at the Shaw Brothers’ :
David Vivier had the chance to visit the Shaw Studios in Clearwater Bay. Here is a guided tour inside the mythic studios.

Disclaimer: The Shaw Studios in Clearwater Bay are a place of business usually closed to visitors. Our visit was exceptional and arranged in advance. We regret we are unable to help anyone to visit the premises.
Author(s) : David Vivier, Thomas Podvin
Date : 10/7/2007
Type(s) : Information


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