武松血濺獅子樓
Wu Song's Bloody Fight on Lion's Bower (1956)
Alias: Adventures of Boo Siong
Alias: Mo Chung's Bloody Fight On Lion's Tower
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Historical Drama  Martial Arts 
Release Date: 09/19/1956
 
Director
  Wu Pang
 
Script
  Lo Yu-Kei
 
Producer
  Sit Siu-Cheong
 
 
Cast
  Kwan Tak-Hing ... Mo Chung
  Fung Wong-Nui ... Poon Kam-Lin
  Chan Kam-Tong (1) ... Sai Moon Hing
  Tang Kei-Chan ... Mo Tai Lung
  To Sam-Ku ... Auntie Wong
  Ling Mung (1) ... Ho Kau Suk
  Sai Gwa-Pau ... Friend, vegetable seller
  Chow Gat ... County magistrate
  Cheung Chok-Chow ... Yiu Man Hing
  Wong Kung-Miu ... Wu Ching Hing
  Chow Luen ... Chiu Chung Ming
  Wong Siu-Pak ... Cheung Man-Kuk
  Fung Ming ... Bailiff A
  Ma Wai ... Bailiff B
  Chan Yiu-Lam ... Thug A
  Simon Yuen Siu-Tin ... Thug B
  Liu Chia-Liang ... Goon
  Siu Lo-Fu ... Goon
  Tin Kei-Fong ... Goon
  Helena Law Lan ... Songstress A
  Lai Siu-Mang ... Songstress B
  Chow Wai-Fong (1) ... Songstress C
  Lo Bik-Ha ... Songstress D
  Wong Hak (1)    
  Wan Ling-Kwong ... Villager
  Kwan Yan ... Soldier
  Unknown SB-Actor(13) ... Soldier
 
Production Company
  Shun Yee Film Co.
 
Cinematographer
  Wong Chit (1)
 
Production Manager
  Yim Ngau
 
Sound Recordist
  Tam Wang-Yuen
 
Art Director
  Leung Hoi-Shan
 
Editor
  Sung Ming
 
Costume Designer
  Lai Chu
 
Makeup
  Yip Yat-Ming
 
Story
  Shi Nai-An
 
Composer
  Law Bo-Sang
 
 
 
Summary
 

In his early acting years, Kwan Tak-hing achieved fame with his performance in the Cantonese opera Mo Chung Kills His Sister-in-Law under his stage name Sun Leng-chau; he was dubbed 'Mo Chung Reincarnate'. Based on Shi Nai'an's "The Water Margin" (Shui Hu Zhuan). - HKFA