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Ji Chun Hua

Other names : 計春華
Chi Chun Hua
Gai Chun Wa
Kai Chun Wah
Date of death : 11/7/2018
Nationality : China
Workplace : Hong Kong
Activities : Actor (28)


Ji Chun Hua (Gai Chun Wa in Cantonese) was one of the many Wushu champions cast for Shaolin Temple Mainland China very first kung-fu movie starring Jet Li. With his looks Ji was naturally cast in the fierce lead henchman role which he played with great maniac gutso making his villain both menacing and oddly comical. Ji came back for similar villainous parts in Kids From Shaolin, Martial Arts of Shaolin as well as Yellow River Fighter.

Unlike many of his wushu brethren, Ji continued his movie career in full during the nineties, playing in nearly a dozen movies always in his brutal henchmen roles. It’s worth noting that the bulk of these movies, if not all of them, were made-in-Mainland China Hong-Kong productions. Among the more notable titles there was Deadend Of Besiegers, White Lotus Cult and One Armed Boxer. Most notably though he became once more Jet Li’s nemesis on two movies (they had already clash in the eighties's Shaolin movies), Fong Sai Yuk II where for once he no longer played the brutal henchmen but the cunning head villain, as well as New Legend of Shaolin where he played his most outlandish bad guy yet the “Poison Juice Monster”

Ji went back to his more typical henchmen type role one last time in Tai Chi II before being gone from the movie screens for several years. He most likely continued his career on TV. He makes a bit of a comeback in 2002 for the Tsui Hark produce Era of Vampires where he plays his most atypical role; of a sword-wielding, zombie busting veteran exorcist master. In 2004 Ji was cast in the ambitious TV epic Seven Swords of Mount Heaven produces again by Tsui Hark but also by Cheung Yam Yim who has the director of both Shaolin Temple and Kids From Shaolin had being the first to used Ji back in the early eighties,

Yves Gendron (January 2005)

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 Alternate lists by alpha / genre / year
Title    ( HK -  All )  Year Activity
 Empire Of Assassins 2011 Actor
 Legend of Shaolin Kungfu III : Heroes of the Great Desert 2011 Actor
 Warrior Assassin 2011 Actor
 Kung Fu Master 2010 Actor
 Legend of Shaolin Kungfu II : Thirteen Warrior Monks and Prince Li Shimin 2009 Actor
 Three Kingdoms - Resurrection Of The Dragon 2008 Actor
 Legend of Shaolin Kungfu I : Heroes in Troubled Times 2007 Actor
 Legend Of Twin Dragons 2007 Actor
 Spirit Of The Sword, The 2007 Actor
 Wing Chun 2006 Actor
 My Kung Fu Sweetheart 2005 Actor
 Seven Swords Of Mount Heaven 2005 Actor
 Demi-Gods And Semi-Devils Heaven Dragon : The Eighth Episode 2003 Actor
 Era Of Vampires 2003 Actor
 Tai Chi II 1996 Actor
 New Legend Of Shaolin, The 1994 Actor
 Fist From Shaolin 1993 Actor
 Fong Sai Yuk II 1993 Actor
 Kung Fu Vampire 1993 Actor
 White Lotus Cult 1993 Actor
 Deadend Of Besiegers 1991 Actor
 Red Fists 1991 Actor
 Stealing Is No Crime 1989 Actor
 Yellow River Fighter 1988 Actor
 Red Sorghum 1987 Actor
 Martial Arts Of Shaolin 1986 Actor
 Kids From Shaolin 1984 Actor
 Shaolin Temple 1982 Actor

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 Ji Chun Hua pictures :  (Hide)
Three Kingdoms - Resurrection Of The Dragon
The New Legend Of Shaolin
The New Legend Of Shaolin
Fist From Shaolin
Fong Sai Yuk II
Deadend Of Besiegers
Yellow River Fighter
Shaolin Temple
 Other Ji Chun Hua pictures :  (Hide)
Wing Chun (1)
Tai Chi II (2)
The New Legend Of Shaolin (2)
Fist From Shaolin (2)
Yellow River Fighter (1)
Kids From Shaolin (1)

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