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The literal translation of the title of this movie is: Celestial Dragon Eight Parts.
This movie is based on the famous contemporary martial arts novel written by the most popular Hong Kong (and possibly, for the China and Taiwan as well) martial arts Author, Mr. Yong Jin, and many of his work, including this one, was also made into cartoons, TV series as well.
Moreover, some of his popular martial arts novels were made into movies and televisions for more than once. For example, the same novel was made into movies three times, respectively in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China.
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