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名劍 (1980)
The Sword
Origin: Hong Kong
Genre: Martial Arts 
Rating: I (Hong Kong) 
Release Date: 08/14/1980
 
Director
  Patrick Tam Kar-Ming
 
Screenwriters
  Lau Shing-Hon
  Clifford Choi Gai-Gwong
  Wong Ying (2)
  Patrick Tam Kar-Ming
  Lo Chi-Keung
  Lau Tin-Chi (1)
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Tang Tak-Cheung
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
 
Producer
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
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Cast
  Adam Cheng Siu-Chow ... Li Mu Ran / Li Mak-Jan
  Norman Chui Siu-Keung ... Lian Huan
  Chui Git (1) ... Hua Ying Zhi / Hua Ying Chih
  Tien Feng ... Hua Qian Shu
  JoJo Chan Kei-Kei ... Xiao Yu / Hsiao Yue
  Bonnie Ngai Chau-Wah ... Yuen Chi
  Eddy Ko Hung ... Chen Tie Yi
  Lau Siu-Ming ... Caretaker
  Lee Hoi-Sang ... Chou Huan
  Lau Yat-Fan ... Old pigeon man
  Ng Tung (1) ... Wang Shi Qi
  Chan Leung (3) ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Golden Harvest Productions
 
Assistant Director
  Hoh Hong-Kiu
 
Story
  Wong Ying (2)
 
Script Supervisor
  Kwok Tai-Hung
 
Cinematographer
  Bill Wong Chung-Piu
 
Lighting
  Cheng Hui-Jan
  Lam Wong
 
Art Director
  Leung Ping
 
Scenery
  Mai Ho
 
Costume Design
  Kung Chuan-Kai
 
Costume
  Chu Sheng-Shi
  Yue Man-Wah (1)
 
Makeup
  Simon Chan Kok-Hong
 
Hair Stylist
  Lee Wai-Ying
 
Props
  Ma Man-Chun
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Music
  Joseph Koo Ka-Fai
 
Planning
  Kitty Yip Kit-Hing
 
Production Manager
  Chung Gwok-Yan (1)
  Wong Wai-Sang
 
Still Photographer
  Chan Yuk (2)
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  A young swordsman (Adam Cheng) has trained for 10 years and wants to find out how good he is. Hua is renowned as the greatest swordsman in the land, so he sets out to track him down. On his route, he bumps into a feisty young swordswoman and his ex-childhood sweetheart, now married to Norman Chu. Norman also wants to find Hua, in order to get his Harn Hsing blade for his collection.