五郎八卦棍
The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984)
Alt title: Invincible Pole Fighters
Alias: The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter
Alias: Invincible Pole Fighter
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 02/17/1984 - 02/26/1984
Box Office: HK $3,792,852.00
 
Director
  Liu Chia-Liang
 
Script
  Ni Kuang
  Liu Chia-Liang
 
Action Directors
  Liu Chia-Liang
  Hsiao Ho (1)
  King Lee King-Chu
 
Producer
  Mona Fong Yat-Wa
 
 
Cast
  Gordon Liu Chia-Hui ... Yang 5th brother
  Alexander Fu Sheng ... Yang 6th brother
  Kara Hui Ying-Hung ... Yang 8th sister
  Lily Li Li-Li ... Mother Yang
  Phillip Ko Fei ... Temple Abbot
  King Lee King-Chu ... Temple Abbot Zhihong
  Lam Hak-Ming ... General Pan Mei, the traitor
  Johnny Wang Lung-Wei ... Prince Yeh Li Lin
  Jue Tit-Woh ... Ying Kuei
  Liu Chia-Liang ... Hunter, helps Yang 5th escape
  Yuen Tak ... Yang loyalist with Golden Blade
  Yeung Sai-Gwan ... Tartar general
  Sek Gong ... Tartar general
  Yeung Jing-Jing ... Yang 9th sister
  Wong Yu (1) ... Yang 1st brother
  Lau Kar-Wing (1) ... Yang 2nd brother
  Robert Mak Tak-Law ... Yang 3rd brother
  Hsiao Ho (1) ... Yang 4th brother
  Cheung Chin-Pang ... Yang 7th brother, Yang Si
  Wong Ching-Ho ... Innkeeper
  Leanne Lau Suet-Wa ... The Queen
  Wan Leng-Gwong ... Abbot of Qingliang Temple
  Baan Yun-Sang ... Temple student
  Ho Chi-Wai ... Temple student (Brother Fifth)/Tartar so
  Mak Wai-Cheung ... Temple student
  So Hon-Sang ... Temple student
  Jackson Ng Yuk-Sue ... Temple student
  Chang Seng-Kwong ... Temple student
  Ho Wing-Cheung (1) ... Temple student
  Lam Wai (1) ... Temple monk
  Ma Hon-Yuen ... Temple monk
  Unknown SB-Actor(37) ... Tartar soldier
  Lau Chi-Ming ... Tartar soldier
  Wong Kar-Leung ... Tartar soldier
  Siu Tak-Foo ... Tartar soldier
  San Sin ... Tartar soldier
  Liu Hok-Ming ... Tartar soldier
  Cheung Wing-Cheung (2) ... Tartar soldier/Pan Mei's soldier
  Wong Chi-Keung (6) ... Pan Mei's soldier
  Yeung Wah ... Pan Mei's soldier
  Ting Tung ... Pan Mei's soldier
  Ng Git-Keung ... Pan Mei's soldier & extra
  Fei Gin ... Pan Mei's soldier
  Wong Siu-Ming (3) ... Pan Mei's soldier
  Cho Yuen-Tat ... Temple monk/Pan Mei's and soldier
  Kei Ho-Chiu ... Temple monk/Yang servant
  Chan Ming-Wai ... Temple monk/Yang servant
  Cheung Wing-Hon ... Tartar soldier/Yang servant
  Lau Cheun ... Yang servant
  Unknown SB-Actor(04) ... Yang servant
  Derek Kwok Jing-Hung ... Tartar soldier/soldier/student
  Chan Kwok-Keung (2) ... Tartar soldier/inn waiter
  Unknown SB-Actor(15) ... Temple student
  Lam Moon-Wa ... Tartar archer
  Unknown Stuntman (12) ... Monk
 
Distributor
  Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Lawrence Wong Ka-Hay
  Chan Lee-Wah
 
Sound Recordist
  Tsui Ping-Kwong
 
Art Director
  Chan King-Sam
  Tang Kong-Yin
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Lap-Sin
 
Planning
  Lee Tai-Hang
 
Lighting
  Yuen Teng-Bong
  Au Kau (1)
 
Makeup
  Poon Man-Wa
  Lau Gai-Sing
 
Props
  Wong Kwok-Wai (1)
  Lai Yu
 
Cinematographer
  Cho On-Sun
 
Editor
  Chiang Hsing-Lung
  Lee Yim-Hoi
 
Costume Designer
  Liu Chi-Yu (1)
 
Presenter
  Sir Run Run Shaw
 
Assistant Director
  Chan Yau-Man
  Huang Pa-Ching
  Wong Kwok-Wai (1)
 
Hair Stylist
  Peng Yen-Lien
 
Composer
  Stephen Shing Gam-Wing
  So Jan-Hau
 
 
 
Summary
 

A heroic family is double-crossed and massacred on the battlefield. Only two brothers--Gordon Liu and Alexander Fu Sheng-- survive the slaughter. Alexander Fu Sheng returns home to his mother and sisters, but has been driven insane by witnessing the slaughter of all his brothers and father. Chia-hui escapes to a monastery where his bloodlust and warlike demeanor put him at odds with the monks. The family mother (Li Li Li) sends the elder daughter (Hui Ying Hung) to look for the lost brother, but she is captured by the villains. Chia-hui eventually leaves the monastery to rescue her. [battlemonkey]