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Once Upon a Time in China III ()

Wong Fei Hung III: Si wong jaang ba (original title)
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Master Wong and his disciples enroll in the 'Dancing Lion Competition' to stop an assassination plot and to battle an arrogant, deceitful opponent.

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Wong Fei-Hung
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13th Aunt
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Leung Foon
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Ghost Foot Seven
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Wong Kei-Ying
John Wakefield ...
Tumanovsky
Jin Chiu ...
Chiu Tin-Bai (as Gin Chiu)
Cunzhuang Ge ...
Lee Hung-Cheung
Tak-Yan Wong ...
Yan
Chunzhong Zhang ...
Master Chiu
Jin Meng
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bing Lei Li ...
Li Er (uncredited)

Directed by

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Hark Tsui

Written by

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Tin-suen Chan ... (writer)
 
Tan Cheung ... (writer)
 
Hark Tsui ... (writer)

Produced by

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See-Yuen Ng ... producer
Hark Tsui ... producer

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Wai Lap Wu

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Andrew Lau ... (as Wai-Keung Lau)

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Angie Lam
Marco Mak ... (as Chi-Sin Mak)

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Simon Broderick ... colorist
Chi Wai Chan ... post-production assistant
Wing-Hung Chong ... post-production assistant
Chi-Chiu Chow ... post-production assistant

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Tim Yip ... (as Timmy Yip)

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Tim Yip ... (as Timmy Yip)

Costume Design by

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Tin-kiu Ching

Production Management

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Siu-Guen Lau ... assistant production manager
Chun-Man Yuen ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Man Kei Chin ... assistant director
Pao-chang Li ... assistant director
Yun Tao ... assistant director

Art Department

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Kim-Wai Chung ... props assistant
Kun-Lung Li ... props

Stunts

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Dai-Shing Cheng ... stunt team: lion dancing
Ho-Wing Cheng ... stunt team: lion dancing
Yee Cheng ... stunt team
Bing-Chuen Cheung ... stunt team
Lik Cheung ... stunt team
Cheung-Tak Chow ... stunt team: lion dancing
Allen Hai-Han Lan ... stunt team
Han-Chou Ho ... stunt team
Douglas Kung ... stunt team: lion dancing
Nga Cheung Kwok ... stunt team: lion dancing
Gam-Wah Ling ... stunt team: lion dancing
Tak-Yan Wong ... stunt team
Paco Yick ... stunt team (as Tin Hung Yee)
Sing-Kin Yip ... stunt team: lion dancing
Bun Yuen ... martial arts director

Camera and Electrical Department

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Po Wing Ho ... assistant camera
Baf Sjamsuddin ... first assistant camera (as Wu Ya Fei)

Additional Crew

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Raymond Chow ... presenter
Marco Mak ... planner
Gam Chiu Ng ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Wong Fei-Hung and sidekick Chung arrive in Peking just as the Empress announces a Lion Dance martial arts contest. Also accompanying him is cousin Yee, his young, Westernized aunt-by-adoption, to whom Wong is secretly betrothed. Wong faces a possible romantic rival in a Russian diplomat, Tumanovsky, whom Aunt Yee knew back in school, and a martial arts rival in the brutal Club Foot, who beats up Wong's father. Club Foot works for the slimy Leung Fun, who is determined to win the prestigious Lion Dance contest at any cost. However, by the time the spectacular Lion Dance contest occurs many things will change. Written by Reid Gagle

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Also Known As
  • Huang Fei Hong zhi san: Shi wang zheng ba (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • Once Upon a Time in China III (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Once Upon a Time in China III (World-wide, English title)
  • Once Upon a Time in China III (United States)
  • The Invincible Shaolin (World-wide, English title)
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  • 109 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia First film of "Once Upon a Time in China" series presented in Dolby Stereo sound. See more »
Goofs (at around 1h 26 mins) The film that Aunt Yee plays using the projector is 90 degrees clockwise. However all the people who watch it turn their heads to the left (90 degrees counterclockwise). See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Once Upon a Time in China IV (1993). See more »

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