Bikini Sarajubala Devii naked (25 photos) Video, panties
The Largest korean Porn Videos Collection. TubeRL - Thousands of Best Sex Movies.
Tao-liang Tan (Chinese: 譚道良; Tan Dao-liang; born 22 December 1947) is a Chinese martial arts instructor and former film actor. He used numerous pseudonyms throughout his career, most frequently Delon Tam, Dorian Tan Tao-liang, Tan Tao-liang, Dorian Tan, and Delon Tanners. Noted for his leg holding and hopping skills, Tan was nicknamed "Flash Legs."
In his later life, Tan dedicated his time to teaching martial arts, notably to Yuen Biao, and Shannon Lee, the daughter of the late Bruce Lee.
Tan was born on December 22, 1947, in Pusan, South Korea. He is a Chinese Korean[clarification needed] whose parents fled mainland China after the Second Sino-Japanese War broke out. At age 7, Tan began studying several martial arts including taekwondo, judo, hapkido and kung fu. Of these styles, he favored taekwondo as it "allowed for full contact, sparring and competition." In an interview, he said he liked high kicks because in taekwondo scoring, a kick to the head is worth two points. Tan won many championships as well as a world title.
At age 23, Tan began teaching taekwondo at the National Taiwan University. He went on to teach martial arts actor John Liu.
In 1973, Tan's fighting style was noticed by filmmakers and he was asked to appear in the film The Hero of Chiu Chow. After the film's release, he continued to star in kungfu films while spending most of his time teaching martial arts. 1976 was when Tan reached breakthrough success by starring in John Woo's Hand of Death, which also featured early performances by Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao.
After completing Last Breath in 1984, Tan retired from acting and moved to Monterey Park, California, where he opened a martial arts school in 1987 under the name Delon Tan. He eventually relocated to Taiwan, and later returned to the film industry with the 1991 movie Breathing Fire, serving as executive producer using the pseudonym Delon Tanner. The plot was based on a story he wrote that was similar to his 1977 film The Flash Legs.
Tan was arrested in 2006 in Taiwan for beating up five staff at a restaurant.
FilmographyYear Film Role Notes
|1973||The Hero of Chiu Chow|
|1974||Tornado of Pearl River||Tang||Also producer|
|1975||Conspiracy of Thieves|
|1976||The Knife of Devil's Roaring and Soul Missing|
|1976||Sunset in the Forbidden City|
|1976||General Stone||Li Cunxiao|
|1976||The Himalayan||Hsu Chin Kang|
|1976||The Hot, the Cool and the Vicious||Captain lu Tung Chun|
|1976||Hand of Death||Yung Fei|
|1977||The Secret of the Shaolin Poles||Chiu Mai|
|1977||Duel with the Devils||Yung Fei||Also producer|
|1977||The Shaolin Invincibles||Pai Tai Kung|
|1977||Shaolin Deadly Kicks||Hung Yi|
|1977||The Dragon, the Lizard and the Boxer||Yung Fei|
|1977||Dynasty||Sao Chin Tan|
|1978||Dual Flying Kicks||Su Fang|
|1978||Snake Crane Secret||Chief Escort|
|1978||Showdown at the Cotton Mill||Kao Chin-Chung|
|1978||Challenge of Death||Captain Lu Sao Yung|
|1978||The Tattoo Connection||Dong Ho|
|1979||Revenge of the Shaolin Master||Lin Chen Hu|
|1979||Scorching Sun, Fierce Winds, Wild Fire||Escaped Convict #1|
|1979||Hero of the Time||Xiong Tianiun|
|1979||Boxer's Adventure||Lee Tak Wai|
|1979||Blooded Treasury Fight||Marshal Chow Kwan Han|
|1979||The Story in Temple Red Lily||Siu Ching|
|1980||The Heroes||Si Ying|
|1980||Mask of Vengeance||Cameo|
|1980||The Eight Escorts||Wu Chin Ping|
|1980||The Invincible Kung Fu Legs||Tan Hai-chi|
|1981||The Kung Fu Emperor||Pai Tang Wa|
|1981||Heroine of Tribulation|
|1981||Yee Dang Bing Chuk Chap|
|1982||Godfathers of Fury||Shen Wu|
|1983||Four Wolves||Inspector Shy|
|1985||Last Breath||Also producer and writer|
|1991||Breathing Fire||Producer and writer|