審死官
The Judge Goes to Pieces (1948)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Historical Drama  Comedy 
Release Date: 09/16/1948
 
Director
  Yeung Kung-Leung
 
Script
  Yeung Kung-Leung
 
 
Cast
  Ma Sze-Tsang ... Sung Sai-Kit
  Hung Sin-Nui ... Madam Tong
  Lee Lan (1) ... Yeung Sau-Chun
  Wong Gap-Woh ... Tin Lui
  Yiu Ping ... Miu Fung
  Lau Hak-Suen ... Koo Duk
  Chen Huan-Wen ... Yiu Ting-Chun
  Fung Ying-Seung ... Yeung Chun
  Ku Ji-Chau ... Kam Tan
  Cheung Sai-Fan ... Tin Nang
  Tit Kam-Law ... Tin Doi
  Ngai Pang-Fei ... Doctor
  Chan Biu (1) ... Yeung Min
  Lam Siu (1) ... Lau tit
  Ma Siu-Ying ... Tin's mother
  Leung Suk-Hing ... Madam Tin
  Ma Ying (1) ... Madam Luk
  Hsia Lien ... Sin Yee
  To Sam-Ku    
  Lau Pak-Chau ... Student
  Fung Ging-Man ... Servant
 
Production Company
  Lianyi Film Company
 
Distributor
  Da Zhonghua / Great China Film Company (Hong Kong)
 
Cinematographer
  Chow Sze-Ching
 
Sound Recordist
  Fong Bing-Chi
  Wang Zhen (1)
 
Art Director
  Yi Guang-Fu
 
Editor
  Shen Yu-Qi
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
 

Ting-chun, the eldest son of the Yiu family, and his wife, Madam Tin, scheme to inherit the family fortune. Ting-chun kills his own brother, framing the murder on his sister-in-law, Yeung Sau-zhen. Sau-zhen escapes on being informed by her servant, seeking help from her brother, Yeung Min. Yeung Min is an inverterate gambler who, after losing heavily in a game, sells his own sister to a man named Yeung Chun. Yeung Chun is sympathetic to Sau-zhen and agrees to bring her case to court. However, Sau-zhen and Yeung Chun are separated due to an accident. The pregnant Sau-zhen is about to give birth. At this point, Madam Tong, wife of the famous lawyer Sung Sai-kit passes through the road and brings Sau-zhen home. Sai-kit decides to help Sau-zhen bring her case to court. Madam Tin's brother is the State Secretary Tin Nang, who bribes the Ji'nan magistrate, Koo Duk, to charge Sau-zhen with murder. Tin Nang dispatches two of his underlings to Koo Duk with the documents. The underlings pass through an inn run by Sai-kit. There, Sai-kit springs a trap on the underlings, making them drunk and stealing their documents. With the documents, Sai-kit makes a counter accusation against Tin Nang and Koo Duk, and succeeds in clearing the name of Sau-zhen. - HKFA Summary