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Credited cast:
Chung Tien Shih ...
Lily Li
(as Liang Chien-lung)
Kien Shih ...
Master Shen Chiu Kung (as Sek Kin)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tung-Kua Ai
Shao-Hung Chan ...
(as Siu Hung Cham)
Shen Chan ...
Han Chiang
Ko Ai Chiang
Ling Chiang
Shao Lun Chiang
Wei Chiang
Miao Ching
Ging Man Fung
(as Kan Kuo-liang)


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Release Date:

25 May 1974 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Hua Fei Hong yi qu Ding Cai Pao  »

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2.35 : 1
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Huang Fei Hung goes to the (lion) dance...
2 April 2013 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Everyone's looking to win the annual Lion Dance trophy, including Huang Fei Hung (Chung Tien Shih). The kindly physician has only 20 students, but when he decides he wants something, he usually gets it. Among his students is "Ghostly Legs" ("ghostly" meaning fast) Ah Chi (Bruce Le, channeling the spirit of Bruce Lee). At one point, the opposition, led by Shen (Shih Kien, who played Han in ENTER THE DRAGON), tries to frame Huang Fei Hung by placing a decomposing corpse in his village hospital. This gives Lu Wei the chance to pretty much steal the show: he's a corrupt cop who's more than willing to look the other way when it comes to The Law- as long as he's being properly compensated. He's more than willing to charge Hung with harboring a criminal (because the dead man was a pickpocket), drug dealing (the man was also an addict) and murder (since the man is now dead). There's also a funny scene involving a "director" who appears to be sleeping through one interrogation (which quickly devolves into a transaction); whether the filmmakers were poking fun at movie directors who were said to fall asleep while directing (Lo Wei, for one; Alfred Hitchcock for another), it's a very funny scene. On top of all this, there's an heir who needs to grow a pair ("I don't want to be a man!" he wails at one point) and the almost throwaway scene where a henchman is told to give his clothes to a rotting cadaver (the one used in the frame up). RIVALS OF KUNG FU is funny, if nothing else.

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