Joseph Nan-Hong Kuo (Chinese: 郭南宏; Kaohsiung, 20 July 1935) is a Taiwanese film director best known for his Hong Kong based kung fu films of the 1970s . His debut film Ghost Lake was one of the first Taiwanese language films. He later reshot the film.

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  • Joseph Nan-Hong Kuo (Chinese: 郭南宏; Kaohsiung, 20 July 1935) is a Taiwanese film director best known for his Hong Kong based kung fu films of the 1970s . His debut film Ghost Lake was one of the first Taiwanese language films. He later reshot the film. (en)
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  • Joseph Nan-Hong Kuo (Chinese: 郭南宏; Kaohsiung, 20 July 1935) is a Taiwanese film director best known for his Hong Kong based kung fu films of the 1970s . His debut film Ghost Lake was one of the first Taiwanese language films. He later reshot the film. (en)
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