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十萬青年十萬軍 (1967)
The Commander Underground
Origin: Taiwan
Language: Mandarin 
Genres: Action  War 
 
Director
  Li Han-Hsiang
 
Screenwriter
  Tsou Lang
 
(Artwork has no relation with movie which plays during 2nd Worldwar)
 
Cast
  Peter Yang Kwan ... Zhang Zhen-Guo
  Tinny Ng Sau-Fong ... Shang Chieh (Agent No. 20)
  Chu Mu ... Colonel Arishima
  Liu Wei-Bin ... Lieutenant Lim, Agent Nr. 7
  Tien Yeh ... Li, Chinese agent
  Li Hong (8) ... Miss Yamada
  Chin Tao ... caught chinese agent
  Ma Chi (1) ... Commander
  Wang Sun (1) ... Commander Yeh
  Hung Bo (1) ... Japanese officer
  Li Teng-Hui ... Maid Guo Cheh (Agent No.4)
  Sun Yueh ... Lieutenant Hayashi
  Pai Yu (1) ... Major Takahashi
  Han Su ... Chiu Lu
  Chang Kung-Shon ... Japanese agent
  Chiang Ching-Feng ... Japanese agent
  Ho Kang ... Japanese agent
  Chan Shen ... Japanese officer
  Tung Lin ... attends trial
  Wu Fei-Song ... Japanese officer
  Tai Liang ... Japanese officer
 
Production Company
  Grand Motion Picture Co., Ltd.
 
Distributors
  Union Film ( )
  Cathay Organisation ( )
 
Executive Director
  Hung Bo (1)
 
Story
  Tsou Lang
 
Lighting
  Yuen Teng-Bong
 
Art Director
  Chang Pei-Cheng   Tong Kwok-Si
 
Costume Designer
  Chiu Ying
 
Editor
  Chang Chung-Min
 
Props
  Fu Bing-Keung
 
Sound Recordist
  Yan Sit-Ping
 
Music
  Joseph Koo Ka-Fai
 
Presenter
  Li Han-Hsiang
 
Planning
  Li Han-Hsiang
 
Production Manager
  Wang Pao-Lun
 
Filming Location
  Taiwan
 
 
Summary
  Li Han-hsiang installed Hong Bo in the director's seat over the opposing voices at his distributor Cathay and Union Film Company. The incident was the catalyst for the breakup of Li's partnership with the studios, and the final collapse of his Grand Motion Picture