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The Fastest Sword (1968)
"Tian xia di yi jian" (original title)

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Ping Lu ...
(as Ping Liu)
Ching Chu
Ming Kao ...
(as Kao Feng)
Chiang Han
Wei Lu
Kuang Chao
Chiu Wen
Chi Lo
Kuan-Chang Li
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Ching Feng Chiang
Li-Sheng Chin
Yuan Chuan ...
(as Kang Chia)
Hsiao Ling
Han Lo
Ming Min
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This movie does not belong here
5 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

The actual literal translation of this movie is: the number one sword in the world.

This movie actually does not belong here because it is not made in China, but made in Hong Kong, when Hong Kong was still under the British rule. Considering the year this movie was made, in 1968, during the Cultural Revolution, one could imagine the fate of the film crew: they would certainly be jailed and sent to labor camp, if not struggled to death by the Red Guards first.

The movie is based on one of the popular martial arts novels written earlier.


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