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Come Drink with Me -- More revolutionary than Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Come Drink With Me set an entirely new standard for the martial arts genre, with Cheng Pei-pei a standout as the mysterious swordswoman “Golden Swallow”.
Come Drink with Me -- More revolutionary than Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Come Drink With Me set an entirely new standard for the martial arts genre, with Cheng Pei-pei a standout as the mysterious swordswoman “Golden Swallow”.

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7 April 1966 (Hong Kong) See more »
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Plot:
A group of bandits kidnaps the governor's son and demands their imprisoned leader to be set free in exchange. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Pei-pei Cheng ... Chang Hsuan-yen
Hua Yueh ... Fan Ta-p'i
Hung Lieh Chen ... Ting Chung-yu
Chih-Ching Yang ... Tiao Chin-tang
Yi Feng ... Hou Chen
Chung Wang ... Chang Pu-ching
Lao Shen ... Wu Pao
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hsi Chang ... Innkeeper
Hsin Yen Chao
Hsiung Chao
Chun Chin ... Waiter

Siu-Tung Ching ... Boy Killed at Monastery
Siu Loi Chow
Alan Chung San Chui
Chun Erh ... Waiter
Ying-Chieh Han ... Bandit
Li Jen Ho ... Monk
Hsia Hsu
Sung-Hao Hsu
Cheng Huang
Feng Ku ... Jade Faced Tiger's Henchman
Ying-Chi Kuan
Wei Lieh Lan
Yunzhong Li ... 'Smiling Tiger' Tsu Kan (as Yun-Chung Li)
Lung Liang
Chien Chuan Lin
Yin Tze Pan
Hao Ren ... Waiter
Tsai Pao Tung
Jo-Ping Wang
Ho Wu
Siu Tin Yuen ... Bandit

Jackie Chan ... Kid (uncredited)

Richard Epcar ... Additional characters (voice) (uncredited)
Mars ... Child (uncredited)

Directed by
King Hu  (as King Chuan)
 
Writing credits
King Hu  (as King Chuan) and
Yang Erh  (as Ye Yang)

Produced by
Run Run Shaw .... producer
 
Original Music by
Lan-Ping Chow 
 
Cinematography by
Tadashi Nishimoto  (as Lan-Shan Ho)
 
Film Editing by
Hsing-Lung Chiang  (as Chiang Hsing-Loong)
 
Art Direction by
Johnson Tsao 
 
Set Decoration by
Johnson Tsao 
 
Makeup Department
Kiang Wu .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Han-Pin Chou .... assistant director
Han-Ke Chow .... assistant director (as Han Ke Chow)
 
Sound Department
Yung-Hua Wang .... sound recordist
 
Editorial Department
Hsing-Loong Chiang .... film editor
 
Music Department
Eddie Wang .... music supervisor (as Chu-Jen Wang)
 
Other crew
Ying-Chieh Han .... action director
Kin-Kwan Poon .... action director
 

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Also Known As:
"Da zui xia" - Hong Kong (original title)
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Runtime:
Japan:90 min | USA:95 min | Hong Kong:91 min
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Australia:MA (TV rating) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-15 (2006) | Germany:16 | Hong Kong:IIA
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Yueh Hua is dubbed.See more »
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Featured in Chop Socky: Cinema Hong Kong (2003) (TV)See more »

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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
How come they can't do it like this today?, 27 June 2006
Author: KRS_kungfu from Illinois

This movie has it all -- meaning that it's directed by King Hu, and stars Cheng Peipei. The wire work is flawless, the use slow motion breathless, and the butt kicking is epic. The mistaken identity plot RE: Cheng is the same as a lot of pictures from this time -- but King Hu does it with real flair in this one. I was put on to this movie and King Hu in general by a guy I spar with every week at Fu. Cheng's moves are fluid and inspiring. Pay particular attention to how it is that she's able to take on multiple opponents -- I can't say exactly what style she's using, but it's surprsingly believable considering many actors of the time did more ballet/Peking opera acrobatrics, than actual ancient forms. This is a must see for anyone into martial arts.

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