Raymond Lui Shing-kung (aka Lui Kung) entered film in the early 1970s as an actor, sometimes using the names Lui Kung. He got his first starring turn with The Brutal Boxer (1972), followed by such films as Excelsior (1073) and Honor and Love (1973).
In 1974, Lui founded Success Film, debuting with The Tiger Jump (1974), which he directed and wrote and in which he also starred. Until 1994, the company had produced eleven films. With the exception of a few romantic dramas, all were action films featuring Lui as producer, director, scriptwriter and star.
After directing Bloody Mission (1982), Lui had not taken up the helm until Underground Judgement (1994), after which he bid farewell to the film industry.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||The Crane Fighter|
||The Marvelous Kung Fu|
||Shaolin Invincible Guys|
||The Fatal Flying Guillotines|
||Strife for Mastery|
||The Tiger Jump|