List of the best Lydia Shum movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Lydia Shum's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Lydia Shum movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Lydia Shum movies will be at the top of the list. Lydia Shum has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Lydia Shum movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Lydia Shum films to end the squabble once and for all.
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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World is a 1987 Hong Kong film, directed by Clifton Ko. It starred Bill Tung and Lydia Sum as parents of the dysfunctional Piu family. The daughters were played by Elsie Chan, Loletta Lee and Pauline Kwan. The comedy was very popular and the original cast of Tung, Shum, Chan, Lee and Kwan reappeared in its sequels It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World II, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World III and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World Too. The plots of the films are all about the family become suddenly rich, usually through lotteries. The family also made a cameo appearance in The Banquet. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Eric Tsang, David Chiang, Bill Tung, Lydia Shum, Rachel Lee, + more
Initial Release: 1987
Directed by: Clifton Ko
Drunken Tai Chi is a 1984 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Yuen Woo Ping and starring Donnie Yen in his first major role. Donnie Yen had signed a four-film contract after winning an open talent search hosted by Yuen Woo Ping, and "Drunken Tai Chi" was one of the contracted films. "Drunken Tai Chi" was the last film in its distinctive genre of kung fu comedy. The title "Drunken Tai Chi" is misleading. The original title can also be translated as "Laughing Tai Chi." Both "Drunken" and "Laughing" refer to the character of the wine-loving, comedic Tai Chi master played by Yuen Cheung-Yan, and not to the Tai Chi style itself. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Donnie Yen, Kun Li, Lydia Shum, Shun-Yee Yuen, Yuen Cheung-yan, + more
Initial Release: 1984
Directed by: Yuen Woo-ping
Crimes Are To Be Paid
Crimes Are To Be Paid is a 1972 Taiwanese and Hong Kong film. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Eddy Ko, Lydia Shum, Tien Feng, Chung-Hsin Huang, Mu Chu, + more
Initial Release: 1972
Directed by: Hsu Chiang Chou
Kissed by the Wolves
Kissed by the Wolves is a 1975 Hong Kong adult film directed by famous Shaw Brothers villain actor Chan Hung Lit, who also acts in a supporting role. It stars Alan Tang, Pan Yin Tze, Dean Shek and Lydia Shum. This film won "Best Cinematography" at the 21st Asia Pacific Film Festival. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Lydia Shum, Chan Hung-lit, Dean Shek, Alan Tang, Angela Pan
Directed by: Chan Hung-lit