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八百羅漢 (1985)
Arhats in Fury
Wu Tang "Soldiers of Darkness" Collection Title: Shaolin Soul: Arhats in Fury
Origin: China
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run (HK): 06/13/1985 - 07/03/1985
Box Office: HK $7,070,207
 
Director
  Wong Sing-Loy
 
Screenwriter
  Chan Hei
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Steve Mak Fei-Hung
  Law Bat
  Huang Ha
 
Producer
  Wu Yang-Qian
 
 
Cast
  Lau Jan-Ling ... Zhi Xing
  Gao Hong-Ping ... Zhao Xiang
  He Fu-Sheng    
  Lee Tak-Shing    
  Wong Chi-Wah    
  On A-Ping    
  Wang Hai-Sheng    
  Wu Chun-Sheng    
  Wong Leung    
  Chen Ji-Ming    
  Lok Woon-Yau    
  Lau Sau-Ping    
  Li Guan-Qi    
  Wang Xin-Wu    
  Sun Zhiqiang (2)    
  Xu Yuan-Guo    
  Long Xiao-Yuan    
  Hon Chi-Tak    
  Cun Li    
  Wan Rong-Shan    
  Cheng Ya-Lin    
  Li Li    
  Yue Ding    
  Fang Shi-Mian    
  Liu Hai-Ting    
  Zhu Song    
  Han Zhi-Kai    
  Zhang Xu-Chu    
  Zhang Guang-Can    
 
Production Companies
  Nan Hai Film Company
  Palace International Film Company, Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Hua Wen Film Company (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Jiang Defu
 
Cinematographer
  Long Ying
 
Lighting
  Lin Ying (5)
 
Art Director
  Zhang Guo-Zheng   Zhang Rong-Fa   Yin Tong-Lin
 
Costume Designer
  Li Li   Jiang Jinming   Liu Wei-Feng
  Liu Jing (2)   Wang Su-Chen
 
Makeup
  Chen Shi   Xu Chun-Sheng   Dai Xue-Xia
  Zhao Bai
 
Editor
  Cheung Gwok-Ching
 
Props
  Law Sha
 
Music
  Wu Da-Jiang
 
Presenter
  Hon Dan
 
Production Manager
  Wang Yonghui   Duan Ming-Chuang
 
Filming Location
  China
 
 
Summary
  During the Sung Dynasty, there is an order of monks enforces their own regulations harshly. Even when the evil Jins attack, and martial arts supremo Zhi Xing helps fight them off, he is punished for practicing fu without permission. The local militia, loyal to the Emperor, is led by a swordfighting beautiful woman, who teams up with some of the monks. One of these monks also has the power to summon animals and birds to help in the fighting.