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鬼馬功夫 (1978)
Dirty Kung Fu
Alternate Chinese Title 奇招怪腿
Alias: Kung Fu Expert
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Martial Arts  Comedy 
Release Date (HK): 11/16/1978
  Lau Kar-Wing
  Ni Kuang
Martial Arts Directors
  Lau Kar-Leung
  Lau Kar-Wing
  Ho Sau-Har
  Wong Yu ... Gao Jai (Puppy)
  Cecilia Wong Hang-Sau ... Ah Mei
  Karl Maka ... Sheriff
  Norman Tsui Siu-Keung ... Yip the Flashing Blade
  Dean Shek Tin ... Criminal who sells women
  To Siu-Ming ... Crosseyed killer
  Peter Chan Lung ... Mistaken for Chung Fong
  Fung Hak-On ... Criminal Wang Chang Tung
  Addy Sung Gam-Loi ... Ah Hung
  Cheng Kang-Yeh ... Gets killed by Wang Chang Tung
  Lau Kar-Wing ... Lu Pao
  Wilson Tong Wai-Shing ... Hu Lang
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... Funeral priest
  Thompson Kao Kang ... Chung Fong
  Yue Tau-Wan ... Crosseyed goofy thug
  Billy Chan Wui-Ngai ... Policeman
  Sai Gwa-Pau ... Snake seller at market
  Cheung Chok-Chow    
  Wong Shu-Tong ... Ah Lu, bounty hunter
  Chan Dik-Hak ... Bounty hunter
  King Lee King-Chu ... Bounty hunter
  Wong Chi-Keung (2) ... Bounty hunter
  Hui Ying-Ying ... Brothel madam
  Law Keung    
  Tsui Oi-Sam    
  Hoh Wan ... Waiter
  Fung Ming    
  Leung Hung (2)    
  Chu Siu-Boh ... Waiter
Production Company
  Lau Brothers Film Co.
Assistant Director
  Leung Cho
  Chiu Hung (3)
  Ku Yu
  Tony Chow Kwok-Chung
  Frankie Chan Fan-Kei
Production Manager
  Guy Lai Ying-Chau
Unit Manager
  Chiu Ping-Kwong
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  Gao Jai (Puppy) is a young man with minimal kung fu skill, who spends his time spotting wanted criminals, then finding bounty hunters, who fight the villains and claim the reward, in the hope of earning a percentage. For reasons not apparent, Gao Jai decides to improve his martial arts skill by copying the movements of snakes, and he prepares to do battle with the baddest and most skilful villain.