Law Lan

Law Lan
Name : Law Lan
Birth Date :13 November 1934
Birth Place :Guangdong Province, China
Nationality :NA
Height:NA
Occupation:Actress

Law Lan MH, is a Hong Kong actress.

Law Lan Movies and TV Shows

  • Aces Go Places 3 [23 January 2015 (China)]

    Tales of Mystery is a 2015 Chinese suspense thriller film directed by Raymond Yip, Tian Meng and Xian Xuchu. It was released on January 23, 2015.

  • Always Be with You [27 October 2017 (China)]

    A taxi driver with cancer named David kills a hotel owner named Patrick in a car accident. Patrick's girlfriend then takes over his lakeside hotel in Hong Kong, which becomes haunted.

  • An Inspector Calls [1970]

  • Are You Here [29 October 2015 (Hong Kong)]

    Terrifying events plague four friends after they agree to complete a dead man's online Ouija game.

  • Big Fortune Hotel [5 November 2015 (Hong Kong)]

  • Bullets Over Summer [5 August 1999 (Hong Kong)]

    A veteran police officer (Francis Ng) and his skirt-chasing partner (Louis Koo) use a lonely old woman's (Helena Lo) apartment for a stakeout.

  • Cook Up a Storm [10 February 2017 (Hong Kong)]

    A culinary competition becomes a battleground as a famous Cantonese street-food chef goes up against his Michelin-starred, classically trained rival.

  • Don't Open Your Eyes [2002]

    An unlucky man (Nick Cheung) falls for a beautiful nurse (Mango Wong) and gets mixed up in a gambling scheme.

  • Eat a Bowl of Tea [15 February 2018 (Hong Kong)]

    After a mission failure results in a 20 year banishment, agent Chan is forced to go under cover as the complete opposite of his suave and debonair self. He's on a mission to prove he's ready to take back his position as the world's best secret agent.

  • Flash Point [26 July 2007 (Hong Kong)]

    An impulsive inspector risks the lives of an undercover police officer and his girlfriend as he tries to take on a small but powerful Vietnamese-Chinese gang.

  • Games Gamblers Play [17 October 1974]

    Games Gamblers Play is a 1974 Hong Kong comedy film directed by and starring Michael Hui, with action direction by Sammo Hung. The film also co-stars Sam Hui, who also served as one of the film's music composers.

  • Haunted Mansion [1998]

    A man (Anthony Wong) takes a week off to help his wife (Gigi Lai) move into their vacation home, only to discover the house is actually a gateway to hell.

  • Heaven In The Dark [24 March 2016 (Hong Kong)]

    After having a passionate and consensual kiss with a Christian priest one night, a woman files a report against him the next day for sexual harassment.

  • Jiang hu: The Triad Zone [1996]

  • Lucky 7 [26 January 1984]

    A master thief is duped into stealing the Star of Fortune, a valuable gem hidden in Hong Kong, but when the scam is revealed, he must help the police recover it.

  • Overheard 3 [1 October 2014 (Hong Kong)]

    Flirting in the Air is a sex comedy film directed by Aman Chang. The film was released on October 1, 2014.

  • Police Woman [26 April 1973]

    Police Woman, released in the United States as Rumble in Hong Kong, is a 1973 Hong Kong action crime film written, produced and directed by Hdeng Tsu, who also co-stars in the film. The film stars Lin Chiu, Charlie Chin and Jackie Chan. The film is also known as Young Tiger.

  • Tales of Mystery [29 May 2014 (Singapore)]

    The bonds between three friends are tested during the real estate boom prior to the hand-over of Hong Kong to China.

  • The Bride with White Hair 2 [1993]

    Ten years after her lover, Cho Yi-Hang (Leslie Cheung), turned against her in battle, martial arts master Lien Ni-Chang (Brigitte Lin) is a bitter witch whose disciples have also been jilted or oppressed by men. The Wu-Tang Clan, many of whose members were killed by Lien, are trying to rebuild by marrying their next leader, Fung Chun-Kit (Sunny Chan), to beautiful Yu Qin (Joey Maan). On their wedding night, Lien kidnaps Yu, brainwashing and turning her against Fung.… MORE

  • The Conman 2002 [29 June 1996]

    A sadistic gangster challenges members (Cheng Yee Kin, Jordan Chan) of the Hung Hing triad for control of their turf.

  • The Greatest Lover [1988]

  • The Kid [7 July 2000 (USA)]

    Russ Duritz gets the shock of his life when a young boy, who resembles his childhood self, appears mysteriously. So, he ventures on a journey to confront his past and make amends in his present life.

  • The Mirror [21 September 2000 (Hong Kong)]

    After a failed assassination, a gangster (Tony Leung Ka Fai) starts to dispose of his rivals and reassert power.

  • The Unusual Youth [Patrick Kong]

    A man, who was a playboy in his youth, finally decides to settle down when he meets the girl of his dreams and proposes to her. However, things get complicated when he discovers that the girl's stepmother was his first love.

  • The White Storm [29 November 2013 (China)]

    Three lawmen (Louis Koo, Nick Cheung, Sean Lau) must put aside a botched operation from the past to nail a powerful drug lord.

  • Thou Shalt Not Swear [1993]

  • Troublesome Night [10 May 1997]

    Tales of the supernatural include encounters with ghosts and a man's communication with his dead wife.

  • Troublesome Night 10 [2001]

    Troublesome Night 10 is a 2001 Hong Kong horror-comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Edmond Yuen. It is the tenth of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 11 [April 2001]

    Troublesome Night 11 is a 2001 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Yeung Wan-king. It is the 11th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 12 [August 2001]

    Troublesome Night 12 is a 2001 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Yip Wai-ying. It is the 12th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 13 [31 January 2002]

    A group of friends stumbles upon a ghost of a girl seeking justice for being murdered by her boss.

  • Troublesome Night 14 [2002]

    Troublesome Night 14 is a 2002 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Yip Wai-ying. It is the 14th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 15 [4 July 2002]

    Troublesome Night 15 is a 2002 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Jamie Luk. It is the 15th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 16 [2002]

    Troublesome Night 16 is a 2002 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Yip Wai-ying. It is the 16th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 17 [5 December 2002]

    Troublesome Night 17 is a 2002 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Lam Wai-yin. It is the 17th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 18 [27 February 2003]

    Troublesome Night 18 is a 2003 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Jameson Lam. It is the 18th of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 19 [19 June 2003]

    Troublesome Night 19 is a 2003 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Yip Wai-ying. It is the 19th installment in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 3 [March 1998]

    Troublesome Night 3 is a 1998 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Herman Yau. It is the third of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 5 [22 January 1999]

    A cabbie borrows money from a loan shark then escapes to an apartment where supernatural events change his life.

  • Troublesome Night 6 [9 February 1999]

    Two cops (Louis Koo, Simon Loui) investigate the mysterious deaths of a woman and two newspaper photographers.

  • Troublesome Night 7 [June 2000]

    Troublesome Night 7 is a 2000 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced and directed by Nam Yin. It is the seventh of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 8 [October 2000]

    Troublesome Night 8 is a 2000 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Edmond Yuen. It is the eighth of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Troublesome Night 9 [12 January 2001]

    Troublesome Night 9 is a 2001 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Ivan Lai. It is the ninth of the 20 films in the Troublesome Night film series.

  • Young and Dangerous 5 [22 January 1998]

    Pressure from a policeman (Danny Lee) and other forces prompt a Hong Kong hoodlum (Dior Cheng) to reform and become a responsible branch chief.

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QA About Law Lan

What is birthdate of Law Lan?

- 13 November 1934.

What is BirthPlace of Law Lan?

- Guangdong Province, China.

What is Nationality of Law Lan?

- NA.

What is Height of Law Lan?

- NA.

What is Age of Law Lan?

- 86.

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