黃飛鴻'92之龍行天下
The Master (1992)
Alias: Wong Fei Hung '92
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 05/28/1992 - 06/16/1992
Box Office: HK $8,096,542.00
 
Director
  Tsui Hark
 
Script
  Lam Kee-To
  Lau Tai-Muk
 
Action Directors
  Yuen Wah
  Brandy Yuen Jan-Yeung
 
Producer
  Tsui Hark
 
 
Cast
  Jet Li Lian-Jie ... Kit
  Yuen Wah ... Chan Hou Tak
  Crystal Kwok Gam-Yan ... May
  Jerry Trimble ... Johnny
  To Wai-Wo ... Martial arts teacher
  Billy Blanks ... Hawks gang member
  Glen Chin Ying-Ming ... Taxi driver
  Cheung Ching ... Clerk of Int'l Publication
  Steven Ho ... Johnny's student
  Stefanos Miltsakakis ... Johnny's student
  Mark Williams ... Hawks gang leader
  Anne Ricketts ... Anna
  Dale Jacoby ... Johnny's student
  David Wald ... Johnny's student
  Ruben Gonzalez ... Cito
  Guy Fadallone ... Ruben
  Derek Annunciation ... Mouse
  Yuen Gam-Fai ... Student
  Cheung Wing-Cheung (2) ... Student [extra]
  Lee Fat-Yuen ... Student [extra]
  Tony Ling Chi-Wah ... Student [extra]
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest Productions
  Wa Nga Din Ying Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Filming Company
  Film Workshop Co. Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Jue Ji-Hung
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
  Chow Gam-Wing
  Golden Studios Ltd.
  Sound Wave Studio
 
Art Director
  Lynn Christopher
 
Lighting
  Cheung Ging-Nin
 
Planning
  David Law Dai-Wai
  Chiu Sek-Keung
  Roberta Chow Chung-Hang
 
Story
  Tsui Hark
 
Cinematographer
  Joe Chan Jun-Git
  Paul A. Edwards
 
Editor
  Kam Ma
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
 
Presenter
  Michael Lai Siu-Tin
  Anthony Chow Deng-Au
 
Assistant Director
  Joe Chu Kai-Sang
 
Composer
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
 
 
Summary
 

Uncle Tak is famous for using Chinese herbal medicines to cure diseases. A martial arts expert, he also teaches the young how to defend themselves. One of his students, Johnny, dreams of monopolizing the teaching of kung fu throughout the United States. To accomplish this, he tries to kill Uncle Tak. Chuck, Uncle Tak's best student from Hong Kong, comes to Los Angeles to find his master. Chuck is willing to let Johnny have his way, and tries to take Uncle Tak back to Hong Kong. But Johnny and his men will not leave Chuck alone. Chuck, on his way back to Hong Kong, returns for the showdown. [Rim Films Catalog] Since the alternative title was WFH 92, might as well mention that Uncle Tak's bonesetting/herbal medicine clinic was called "Po Chi Lam". [Anonymous]