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生死決 (1983)
Duel to the Death
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date (HK): 01/13/1983
 
Director
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
 
Screenwriters
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
  David Lai Dai-Wai
  Manfred Wong Man-Chun
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
  Lau Chi-Ho (1)
 
Producer
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Norman Tsui Siu-Keung ... Hashimoto
  Damian Lau Chung-Yan ... Bo Ching Wan
  Flora Cheung Tin-Oi ... Sing Lam
  Paul Chang Chung ... Master Han
  Eddy Ko Hung ... Kenji
  Yeung Chak-Lam ... Shaolin Senior Monk
  Kwan Yung-Moon ... Shaolin Abbot
  Casanova Wong ... Swordsman fighting flying ninjas
  Hon Kwok-Choi ... Bo Ching Wan's sifu
  Stephen Yip Tin-Hang ... Japanese troublemaker
  Wilson Tong Wai-Shing ... Japanese troublemaker
  Wan Fat ... Hashimoto's samurai classmate
  Lau Fong-Sai ... Hashimoto's samurai classmate
  Kam Shan (2) ... Mr Fok
  Tam Chuen-Hing ... Swordsman drinking with Fok
  Lau Yat-Fan ... Sketch artist
  Cheng Mang-Ha ... Puppeteer's wife
  Chris Lee Kin-Sang    
  Lau Chi-Ho (1)    
  Leung Shing-Hung    
  Bruce Mang Long ... Swordsman
  Keung Sau-Yin    
  Kam Sau-Fu    
  Kim Su-Churn    
 
Production Company
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Co-Director
  Lee Hyung-Pyo
 
Assistant Director
  Lau Chi-Ho (1)   Wan Fat
 
Script Supervisor
  Hui Sun-Mei   Chen Ling-Yu
 
Cinematographers
  Lau Hung-Chuen   Danny Lee Yau-Tong
 
Lighting
  Huang Wei-Shing   Chan Lun (1)
 
Art Director
  Chin Sam
 
Costume Designer
  Kung Chuan-Kai   Chu Sheng-Shi
 
Makeup
  Simon Chan Kok-Hong
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Props
  Wong Shun-Chang
 
Scenery
  Mai Ho
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Music
  Michael Lai Siu-Tin
 
Singer
  Johnny Yip Chun-Tong
 
Executive Producer
  Catherine Chang Si-Kan
 
Planning
  Louis Sit Chi-Hung
 
Production Manager
  Tai Chen-Kuo   Mao Lu (2)
 
 
Summary
  A bitter master of a martial arts clan allies himself with ninja for the title of greatest fighter in China. When the ninja steal a sacred scroll of martial arts from the Shaolin Temple, the monks send their champion out to recover it. Complications arise when the hero joins forces with the master's daughter, and when a samurai challenges him to prove the superiority of Japanese swordsmanship. [summary by Eric Yin@hkcinema.stanford]

Theme song sung by Johnny Ip