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A Touch of Zen (1971)
Literal Translation: Chivalrous Lady
Country: Taiwan
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 11/18/1971 - 12/01/1971
Box Office: HK $678,320.90
  King Hu Chin-Chuan
  King Hu Chin-Chuan
Action Directors
  Han Ying-Chieh
  Poon Yiu-Kwan
  Ha Ng Leung-Fong
Tai Seng DVD cover
  Hsu Feng ... Yang Hui-Ching
  Shih Jun ... Ku Shen-Chai
  Pai Ying (2) ... General Shih
  Tien Peng ... Ouyang Nin
  Cho Kin (1) ... Magistrate
  Miao Tian ... Mun Ta's advisor
  Cheung Bing-Yuk ... Shen-Chai's mother
  Sit Hon ... General Lu Ting-Yen
  Wang Shui ... Mun Ta
  Roy Chiao Hung ... Abbot Hui Yuan
  Han Ying-Chieh ... Chief Commander Hsu Hsien-Chen
  Man Chung-San ... Lu Chiang
  Liu Chu ... Magistrate's man
  Go Ming (2) ... Magistrate's man
  Liu Chik ... Mun Ta's guard
  Goo Liu-Sek ... Yang Lin
  Moon Chuk-Wa    
  Melvin Cheung Wan-Man ... Tao Lung, one of the Magistrate's men
  Tse Chung-Mau ... Royal messenger
  To Wai-Wo ... Mun Ta's guard
  Chen Shih-Wei (1) ... Mun Ta's guard
  Hao Li-Jen ... Woodcutter
  Sammo Hung Kam-Bo ... Commander Hsu's bodyguard
  Ng Ming-Choi ... East Chamber guard
  Billy Chan Wui-Ngai ... East Chamber guard
  Lam Ching-Ying (1) ... East Chamber guard
  Shan Mao ... Guard
  Lung Fei ... Guard
  Yeung Sai-Gwan ... Monk
  Kei Ho-Chiu ... Monk
  Chan Ming-Wai ... Monk
  Poon Yiu-Kwan ... East Chamber guard
  Cheung Yee-Kwai ... East Chamber guard
  Lau Yau-Bun ... East Chamber guard
  Chui Hing-Chun ... Soldier
  Jacky Chen Shao-Lung ... Monk
  Lee Kwai    
Production Companies
  Union Film
  International Film Production
  Union Film (Hong Kong)
Production Manager
  Yeung Sai-Hing
Art Director
  King Hu Chin-Chuan
  Chow Chi-Leung
  Chan Seung-Lam
Script Supervisor
  Kuang Cheng
  Wang Shi-Zhe (2)
  Cheung Gau-Yam
  Wong Foo-Lam
  Wu Hsu-Ching
  Pu Song-Ling
  Hung Fa-Long
  Hua Hui-Ying
  King Hu Chin-Chuan
  Wong Chun-San
Costume Designer
  Lee Ka-Chi
  Sha Rong-Feng
Assistant Director
  Larry Tu Chong-Hsun
  Miao Tian
Hair Stylist
  Sam Biu-Hoi
  Wu Da-Jiang
  Lo Ming-Tao
Filming Location

Ming Dynasty noblewoman Yang must escape from the evil eunuch Hsu. She seeks refuge in a decrepit town where she gets assistance from a naive scholar and a group of mysterious, yet powerful, monks. [Tai Seng dvd sleeve] Commenced in 1969, released in 1975. Originally running to 4 hours' screen time, a 200 minute version was later shown at Cannes and released in the West. The movie has nothing to do with Zen Buddhism - the English title was meant as a selling point to the (then) Zen-obsessed Westerners. [Iain Sinclair] One of the first "modern" wuxia flicks to get wide art house distribution in the west (it hit London in 1981 and Houston in 1984). Considered by many to be the best ever made in the genre. [Anonymous]