Shek Kin 石堅

Shek Kin

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Last Name:
Shek
First Name:
Kin
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Ethnic Name:
石堅
Ethnicity:
Chinese
Date of Birth:
January 01, 1913
Place of Birth:
China (Mainland)
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actor
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Filmography

A Better Tomorrow III 1989 (Movies)

The Feud of Two Brothers 1986 (TVB Series)

Police Cadet II 1985 as 貴叔 (TVB Series)

The Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain 1985 as Seung Kim Ming 商劍鳴 (TVB Series)

The Fearless Duo 1984 as 宣慈 (TVB Series)

The Return of the Condor Heroes 1983 as Chi Yun (Kau Chin Yun) 慈恩(裘千仞) (TVB Series)

Demi Gods and Semi Devils 1982 as Siu Yuen San 蕭遠山 (TVB Series)

The Legend of the Condor Heroes 1982 as Kau Chin Yun / Kau Chin Chek 裘千仞/裘千丈 (TVB Series)

The Brothers 1980 as Su Dai Peng 蘇大鵬 (TVB Series)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 1979 as Long Goon Sam 龍冠三 (TVB Series)

God of Sabre 1979 (TVB Series)

The Passenger 1979 as 古大牛 (TVB Series)

Chor Lau Heung 1979 as Lee Goon Yu 李觀魚 (TVB Series)

One Sword 1979 (TVB Series)

The Heavenly Sword and Dragon Saber 1978 as Tse Sun 謝遜 (TVB Series)

Vanity Fair 1978 as 孔擎天 (TVB Series)

Ming Kiem Fung Lau 1978 as 俞放鶴 /俞獨鶴 (TVB Series)

The Legend Of The Book and the Sword 1976 as 張召重 (TVB Series)

Hotel 1976 as Ching Yut Long 程一龍 (TVB Series)



Shek Kin News:

Stanford Sues Chiang Kai-Shek's Kin Over Diary Ownership
Bloomberg - Sep 24, 2013

Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) -– Stanford University, holder of one of the largest collections related to the Chinese Nationalist Party, sued Chiang Kai-shek's descendants to resolve competing claims for ownership of the party leader's personal diaries, which ...


The Awesome Kung Fu of Shek Kin
Kung Fu Cinema - Feb 19, 2008

Shek Kin came to his acting career with a background in martial arts, rather than the usual opera training. His first teacher seems to have been Chao Lien-cheng, a specialist in Northern Shaolin style who was affiliated with the Chin Woo Association ...


Mr. Han, Man: The Awesome Villainy of Shek Kin, Part 1
Kung Fu Cinema - Feb 5, 2008

It can seem as though Hong Kong action film underwent a great leap forward in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The difference between a martial arts film from 1963 and one from 1973, between the heyday of Walter Tso Tat-wah and that of Bruce Lee, is ...


All's well with Raymond Wong
South China Morning Post - Feb 3, 2013

"In 1992, I started another company called Mandarin Films because my two [Cinema City] partners, Shek Kin and Karl Maka, retired," Wong says. In 2009, he established Pegasus Entertainment with his son, Edmond Wong Chi-woon. This was also the year ...


Vintage Kung Fu Movie Flyers
Kung Fu Cinema - Aug 15, 2008

The earliest flyers from the immediate post-war period almost exclusively showcase actors like Kwan Tak-hing, Tso Tat-wah, Yu So-chau, and Shek Kin. These flyers usually feature dynamic drawings of the characters. Only one color of printing ink is used.


Hong Kong Godfather
DVD Talk - Apr 23, 2010

The film is centered around a few different characters in a triad gang lead by Uncle Han (Shek Kin), a kind if aged man who treats his employees well and enjoys spending time with his grandson. One of his former higher ups, Wei (Leung Kar-yan), has ...


An Appreciation of the Screen Fighting of Yu So-chau: Part 2
Kung Fu Cinema - Mar 11, 2008

In the 1963 wuxia movie of the same name, the Goddess' Sword is a powerful jian bequeathed by a master to his best student, and lusted after by another student of the school, played by Shek Kin. Shek and his gang break into his siheng's house, kill him ...


Old School: A Century of Light and Shadow 1905-2005
Kung Fu Cinema - Jun 29, 2008

Almost 200 Hong Kong film professionals, from nonagenarian Shek Kin to the Twins, narrate or are interviewed in an impressively entertaining and wide-ranging look at their industry. Veteran kung fu and action filmmakers appearing in LIGHT AND SHADOW ...


Magic Taoism: 'White Bone Yin Yang Sword, Part 1′
Kung Fu Cinema - Nov 30, 2008

WHITE BONE YIN YANG SWORD (alternate title THE INGENIOUS SWORDS), Part 1 (1962). Directed by Ling Wan. starring Yu So-chau, Walter Tso, Connie Chan Po-chu, and Shek Kin. Walter Tso and Yu So-chau are students of a Taoist master of magic and ...


Bruce Lee My Brother
Film Business Asia - Jan 2, 2011

Casting is good, from Tony LEUNG Ka-fai 梁家輝 as Bruce's hard-working, traditional paterfamilias to smaller names cameoing as '50s directors and actors (e.g. stuntman-actor CHIN Ka-lok 錢嘉樂 as SHEK Kin 石堅), though some roles are almost thrown ...


The Early Choreography of Lau Kar-leung and Tong Kai: 'Jade in the Red Dust ...
Kung Fu Cinema - Jun 6, 2008

The ever-present Shek Kin plays a Seven Swords master who adopts Cheung as an infant. Shek, aged by make-up and white beard, is a somewhat sympathetic character here and suffers imprisonment in a torture chamber maintained by the true evildoers.


All That Jazz: Lau Kar-leung and 'Lady with a Cat's Eyes' (1967)
Kung Fu Cinema - Jun 25, 2008

LADY WITH A CAT'S EYES (1967). Directed by Law Chi. Starring Connie Chan Po-chu, Kenneth Tsang Kong, Suzy Mang Li, and Shek Kin. Action choreography by Lau Kar-leung and Tong Kai. I'm on a mission to track down as many as possible of the early ...


In Memoriam: Walter Tso Tat-wah (1915-2007)
Kung Fu Cinema - Jan 22, 2008

This was the first “Electric Shadows” post on Jan. 17, 2007. It really defines the scope of this blog, since Tso Tat-wah, along with iconic figures like Chin Tse-ang, Shek Kin, and Run Run Shaw, is one of the people who encompass practically the entire ...


The Hero Kwan Tak-hing, Part 2
Kung Fu Cinema - Apr 16, 2008

Master Wong as incarnated by Kwan Tak-hing was the very opposite of a bully (that role was left to costar Shek Kin). He was the enemy of vice in all forms, staunch defender of the weak, a Confucian epitome of righteousness. To avoid conflict, he would ...


Dragon-Tiger Master Han Yingjie
Kung Fu Cinema - May 6, 2008

Yuen Siu-tin, Shek Kin, and Kwan Tak-hing were all still active, but up-and-comers like Lau Kar-leung, Tang Kai, Chang Cheh, King Hu, Cheng Pei-pei, Jimmy Wang Yu, Ti Lung, David Chiang, Sammo Hung, and, above all, Bruce Lee, brought youth and ...


New! Martial Arts Movie Pioneer Yam Yu-tin (1894-1982)
Kung Fu Cinema - Jan 18, 2008

Yam is credited as director, scriptwriter, and martial arts director, and it was produced through his Yu Tin Film Company. All three of his children are in the cast, along with Walter Tso Tat-wah and Law Yim-hing, pictured in the flyer, and Shek Kin ...


The Origins of Kung Fu Cinema, Part 6: A New Beginning
Kung Fu Cinema - Jan 15, 2008

Both Kwan Tak-hing and Tso Tat-wah were making action films, as was Shek Kin – soon to become the premiere villain of the Wong Fei-hung series, as well as just about every other martial arts film made in Hong Kong over the next 20 years – and a young ...


Wu Pang, the “Father of Hong Kong's Kung Fu Cinema”
Kung Fu Cinema - Apr 2, 2008

To fulfill his vision, Wu cast the genuine martial artist Kwan Tak-hing in the lead role, and surrounded him with an able cast that included Yuen Siu-tin (Yuen Wo-ping's father) and Shek Kin. The film's credits include a grand total of five “martial ...


Red Fists, Part 1: Left-Wing Filmmakers and Kung Fu
Kung Fu Cinema - Sep 12, 2008

His first credits include a martial arts film from that year, called AUYEUNG TAK AND HIS DOUBLE, with a cast featuring action stars Law Yim-hing, Shek Kin, and Yuen Siu-tin. For a handful of years, he specialized in editing Cantonese opera films. But ...


An Appreciation of the Screen Fighting of Yu So-chau: Part 1
Kung Fu Cinema - Mar 4, 2008

Yu So-chau's co-stars in this film are Walter Tso Tat-wah, Connie Chan Po-chu, and Shek Kin (who also played the evil Seven Swords Master in SWORD FROM THE SEA). Several of the fight sequences in GODDESS' SWORD display complex combinations ...


The Heroine Yu So-chau
Kung Fu Cinema - Nov 15, 2008

Actors like Kwan Tak-hing, who was opera-trained, and Shek Kin, veteran of a Chin Woo Association school, executed the choreography with professional polish. There was rarely a chance to re-shoot, so the fights and stunts had be done right the first time.


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