• Raymond Chow, ‘Enter the Dragon' and ‘Police Story' Producer, Dies at 91

    16 days ago - By The Wrap

    Raymond Chow, the man credited with introducing the world to Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, has died at the age of 91, according to the Associated Press .
    Chow, also responsible for bringing “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” to the big screen, was the founder and chairman of Golden Harvest Company, which released hundreds of martial arts films - especially during the golden era of Hong Kong filmmaking - including the seminal Lee-led “Enter the Dragon,” as well as Chan's “Police Story.”
    In a statement to the AP , Hong Kong secretary for commerce and economic development, Edward Yau, said that Chow...
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  • Raymond Chow Dies: Iconic Hong Kong Producer Launched Bruce Lee & Jackie Chan

    16 days ago - By Deadline

    Raymond Chow , the Hong Kong producer who brought Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan to the masses as producer of such films as Enter the Dragon, The Chinese Connection, Police Story, Rumble in the Bronx and The Cannonball Run , died today. He was 91.
    Chow co-founded Golden Harvest in 1970 and was among the first to bring Hong Kong movies to America and other territories outside Asia. He originally worked as a publicist for Shaw Brothers Studios before making the jump to production...
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