少林小子
The Shaolin Kids (1977)
VideoAsia DVD: Shaolin Posse
Country: Taiwan
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
 
Director
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
 
Script
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
 
Action Directors
  Chan Siu-Pang
  Cliff Lok
 
Producer
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
 
 
Cast
  Polly Shang-Kuan Ling-Feng ... Miss Liu Hsin Erh
  Tien Peng ... Lu Tung
  Carter Wong Ka-Tat ... Shang Kuan Tung
  Kam Kong (1) ... Chin Chen Shan
  Chiang Nan (2) ... Hu Wei Yung's son
  Yee Yuen ... Premier Hu Wei Yung
  Lung Fong ... Guard
  Chang Yu ... General Lu Chi Ying
  Chang I-Fei ... Captain of Army
  Cho Kin (1) ... Liu Po Wen
  Got Heung-Ting ... Emperor
  Chang Feng ... Taoist Ching Hsu Kuan
  Gam Kim ... Kao Lu
  Shao Lo-Hui ... Feng Chi
  Yuen Sam (1) ... Chang Tao Yuen
  Liu Ping (1) ... Japanese
  Wu Kuang ... Chen Nien
  Cliff Lok ... Wei Wen Chin
  Chen Chiu ... Japanese
  Lau Lap-Cho ... Emperor's advisor
  Wong Fei-Lung ... Liu Pao
  O Yau-Man ... Yuan Chi
  Yu Heng ... Doctor Chi
  Cheung Bo-Sin ... Boss Wang
  Wong Yeuk-Ping ... Student
  Ga Hoi    
  Kwan Ngai    
  Yeung Fui-Yuk    
  Nam Muk-Chan    
  Hung Fa-Long    
  Wang Bao-Zhai    
  Yeung Kwong-Tau    
  Luo Ming (3)    
  Hou Di (2)    
  Chen Chih-Hsiao    
  Gao Lao-Shi    
  Ho Kang    
  He Chao    
  Chan Chiu-Ming (1)    
  Cheung Mei-Yee    
  Cheung Bo-Sin    
  Sham Chin-Bo ... [Extra]
  To Wai-Wo ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Hong Hwa International Films (H.K.) Ltd.
 
Cinematographer
  Jung San
  Huang Tai-An (1)
 
Production Manager
  Lee Shin
  Sung Hong-Yue
 
Editor
  Huang Chiu-Kuei
 
Planning
  Chu Hon-Kwan
 
Composer
  Stanley Chow Fook-Leung
 
Filming Location
  Taiwan
 
 
Summary
 

Lui is a powerful ex-minister who opposes the ambitious premier Hu Wei Yen. Lui is assassinated, so his daughter Lui Sin and an assorted band of people loyal to the emperor seeks revenge and justice. The premier made a mistake - he allowed a scroll of battle orders to fall into loyalist hands. Lui and Co learn this, and vow to take this proof of treason to the emperor. But, though the loyalists have Shaolin on their side, the premier has two renegade shaolin, who say "Earth and Sky", which makes them invincible, as well as golden pills, which restore their health if badly wounded. And, naturally, there are loads of old men who stroke their long white beards whilst nodding their heads.