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武林外傳 (2011)
My Own Swordsman
Origin: China
Language: Mandarin 
Genres: Martial Arts  Comedy 
Release Date (China): 01/26/2011
 
Director
  Shang Jing
 
Screenwriter
  Ning Caishen
 
Action Director
  Li Cai
 
Producers
  Shirley Lau Yim-Ngo
  Ivy Zhong Li-Fang
  Wu Yakang
 
 
Cast
  Yan Ni ... Tong Xiang-Yu
  Yao Chen ... Guo Fu-Rong
  Sha Yi ... Great Thief Bai Zhang-Tang
  Yu En-Tai ... Scholar Lu Ging Hou
  Ni Hong-Jie ... Constable Zhu Wu-Shuang
  Xiao Jian ... Constable Ye Xiao-Liu
  Jiang Chao ... Cook Li Da-Zui
  Wang Lei ... Ji Wu-Li/Ji Wu-Ming
  Yue Yue-Li ... Pei Zhi-Cheng
  Lemon Zhang Meng ... Chi Chi
  Wu Ma ... Sheriff Lou
  Fan Ming ... Constable Xing Bai-Wan
  Wang Hao-Ran ... Girl assassin in white
  Hao Feng ... Poisoned gentry/Blood-spitting lord
  Wei Qing ... Blind mother
  Sun Xiao-Peng ... Wu-Li's henchman
  Jin Wei-Xing ... Wu-Li's henchman
  Wang Yi-Bo (2) ... Drunk Immortal
 
 
Assistant Director
  Wang Lei   Liu Hai
 
Script Supervisor
  Zhou Yu-Zhi
 
Cinematographer
  Wang Yu (3)
 
Lighting
  Hao Feng
 
Art Director
  Sun Li
 
Costume Designer
  Tsui Ka-Wai
 
Makeup
  Hu Shu-Ping
 
Editor
  Wei Nan
 
Props
  Liu Yu-Ping
 
Sound Recordist
  Tao Jing
 
Action Choreographer
  Cao Hua
 
Wire Team
  Wang Hua
 
Presenter
  Han Sanping   Hao Ya-Ning   Dong Ping
  Li Ming   Zhang Guo-Li   Yan Xiaoming
  Guo Xu-Xin
 
Senior Producer
  Han Xiaoli   Harvey Wong Hoi-Ping   Liu Xiao-Lin (2)
  Lu Hongshi
 
Chief Producer
  Zhao Haicheng
 
Lead Producer
  Han Sanping
 
Chief Planner
  Shi Dong-Ming
 
Planning
  Peng Mingyu
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Zhu Yan-Feng   Wang Dong (2)
 
Filming Location
  China