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Zei zang (1980)

Yang Wei, finds himself drawn into the murky world of crime by a gang of ex-bandits who fear assassination! A series of robberies seem to carry all the hallmarks of their supposedly ... See full summary »

Director:

Eric Tsang

Writer:

Ying Wong
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Cast

Credited cast:
David Chiang ... Robert Yang Wei
Norman Chu ... Fang Tsung
Phillip Ko ... Kao Yu-Cheng
Lily Li ... Chiang Fei-Hsia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chen-shen Chang Chen-shen Chang
Mei-Li Chang Mei-Li Chang
Chun-Pao Chen Chun-Pao Chen ... (as Kuan Pao Chen)
Jackie Chen
Alan Chung San Chui
Chi-Wei Ho Chi-Wei Ho
Li-Chuan Hsiu Li-Chuan Hsiu ... (as Li-Chuen Chiu)
Ha Huang
Chien-Yung Hung Chien-Yung Hung
Sae Ok Kim Sae Ok Kim
Chang-Sheng Ko Chang-Sheng Ko
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Storyline

Yang Wei, finds himself drawn into the murky world of crime by a gang of ex-bandits who fear assassination! A series of robberies seem to carry all the hallmarks of their supposedly deceased master, The Spider, previously double-crossed by the gang. Yang is hired to uncover if The Spider is back on the scene. However, all descends into chaos as members of the Gang begin to drop like flies.

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Genres:

Action | Comedy

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

11 June 1980 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

The Bloody Tattoo See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Eric Tsang's directorial debut. See more »

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Time Stopped
4 November 2004 | by masercotSee all my reviews

How long can a fight scene be? I don't know, but I hope that it couldn't be any longer than the final fight scene in this movie. The plot was okay and the comedic performances were good; however, the fight scenes went on FOREVER...

That is a shame because David Chiang was doing some great monkey-style gung-fu and Norman Chu was pretty good as well (although not as good as he was as Flying Chimp in Wing Chun).

Sadly, the mystery of the assassin's identity was overshadowed by the narcoleptic effect the fight scenes had on the view. My oldest, who loves the rather extended fight scene at the end of The Kid With The Golden Arm, woke me up complaining that the fight scene in The Loot wouldn't stop...


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