Wuxia movies by Shaw Brothers (SB);
- 刺馬 – The Blood Brothers (1973)
- 雙俠 – The Deadly Duo (1971)
- 螳螂 – Deadly Mantis (1978)
- 三少爺的劍 – Death Duel (1977)
- 大決鬥 – The Duel (1971)
- 保鏢 – Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)
- 決殺令 – Judgement of an Assassin (1977)
- 孔雀王朝 – Murder Plot (1979)
- One Armed ones *
- 新獨臂刀 – The New One-Armed Swordsman (1971)
- 獨臂雙雄 – One Armed SwordsmEn (1976)
- 大海盜 – The Pirate (1973)
- 群英會 – Trilogy of Swordsmanship (1972) * third story !
- 報仇 – Vengeance! (1970)
- 遊俠兒 – The Wandering Swordsman (1970)
- 水滸傳 – Water Margin (1972) ve 蕩寇誌 – All Men Are Brothers (1975)
different scopes ones;
- 八道樓子 – 7 Man Army (1976)
- Fan Kardeşler serisi
- 惡客 – Angry Guest (1972)
- 拳擊 – Duel of Fists (1971)
- 無名英雄 – The Anonymous Heroes (1971)
- 吸毒者 – The Drug Addict (1974) * sadece yönetti !!!
- 叛逆 – The Generation Gap (1973)
- 上海灘十三太保 – Shanghai 13 (1984)
- 小煞星 -The Singing Killer (1970)
- 後生 – The Young Rebel (1975)
David Chiang (born 29 June 1947 in Suzhou, Jiangsu) is a Hong Kong actor, and one of the most famaous Shaw Brothers film stars. His Chinese name is Chiang Da-wei and he is sometimes credited as John Chiang. He was very popular between 1970-1976.
He started his film career in his chindhood. Between 1952-63, he appreared in the films as mostly child and teenager. In between 1963-69, he got some side roles in films, such as “Golden Swallow”. The turning point of his career came in 1967 when Chang Cheh requested Chiang take up a speaking role in “The One-Armed Swordsman”. Although the role was small, it gave the young Chiang a chance to show both his acting and his fighting prowess. This had marked the start of a relationship with Chang that spanned decades. With Chang’s support, Chiang finally made the jump from a unknown stuntman to a true star. His first blast was in “Have Sword, Will Travel (1969)” directed by Cheng Cheh, playing a lonely-melancholic swordsman character. This film was the first film he played leading role with his friend Ti Lung, and he gain many fans’ loves and sympathy.
The following years, his career took the most shinning times. He appearing many films in leading roles mostly with his stablemate Ti Lung, until 1976. Particularly, a huge fan groups, who want them to see together in movies, become. Indeed, the movies which they played together are the most tasteful ones, such as; Have Sword, Will Travel (1969), The Pirate (1973), The Blood Brothers (1973), The Duel (1971), New One Armed Swordsman (1971), The Savage Five (1974), Duel of Fists (1971), Angry Guest (1972), Vengeance! (1970), The Anonymous Heroes (1971), The Young Rebel (1975), Seven Man Army (1976), Trilogy of Swordsmanship (1972), Four Riders (1972), Deadly Duo (1971), The Generation Gap (1973), The Water Margin (1972), All Men Are Brothers (1975), Dead End (1969), The Heroic Ones (1970)… mostly directed by Chang Cheh, and in WuXia Genre. When they played together, David Chiang generally played the small guy who is smart and master in martial arts, while Ti Lung generally played his big handsome friend who use muscle power and martial art skill rather than his brain. In addition, There were some movies he played alone, such as; “Wandering Swordsman”, “The Imposter”. Also “Vengeance” won him his first Best Actor Award at the Asian Film Festival.
After ~1976, David Chiang and Ti Lung seperated their careers instantaneously (!!!), and appeared in different movies or different scenes in same movies. In these term, he played such creditable films; Deadly Mantis (1978), Murder Plot (1979), Blooded Treasury Fight (1979), Abbot of Shaolin (1979)…. His star career continued until about 1983, then he played sider roles, or rarely took leading roles. The most recent, he appeared same scene with Ti Lung in Just Heroes (1989).