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Wu Ma ( born: 18 August 1942, in Tianjin, China) is a Chinese actor, director, producer and writer. Wu Ma made his screen debut in 1963, and with over 180 appearances to his name (plus 38 directorial credits within a twenty-five year period), Wu Ma is one of the most familiar faces in the history of Hong Kong Cinema. He is best known as the Taoist ghosthunter in A Chinese Ghost Story.
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|The Thundering Sword||Chief Wang||1967|
|The Invincible Fist||waiter||1969|
|The Iron-Fisted Monk||Miss Chuen's client||1977|
|Kung Fu Of 8 Drunkards||Monkey||1980|
|Project A||Mahjong Player||1983|
|Pom Pom||Police Station Employee||1984|
|A Chinese Ghost Story||Yin Chek Hsia||1987|
|Painted Faces||Film Director||1988|
|Once Upon a Time in China||Old Man||1991|
|The Direct Line||Mei Kwok Bao||1992|
|Painted Skin||Zhang's Senior||1993|
|14 Blades||Qiao Yung||2010|
|I Love Hong Kong||Lee Kei's father||2011|
|White Vengeance||Grand Tutor||2011|
|If I Were You||2012|