You are currently displaying English
上海皇帝之雄霸天下 (1993)
Lord of East China Sea II
Alias: East China Sea II
Alias: Lord of East China Sea 2
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Mystery 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/13/1993 - 05/26/1993
Box Office: HK $7,679,898
 
Director
  Poon Man-Kit
 
Screenwriters
  Johnny Mak Tong-Hung
  Stephen Shiu Yeuk-Yuen
 
Producer
  Stephen Shiu Yeuk-Yuen
 
 
Cast
  Ray Lui Leung-Wai ... Lu Yun San
  Kent Cheng Jak-Si ... Hwang Chin Yung
  Elvis Tsui Kam-Kong ... Yuan Su Chun
  Carina Lau Ka-Ling ... Ms Liu
  Cecilia Yip Tung ... Man Siu Tung
  Kent Tong Chun-Yip ... Shan
  Isabelle Chow Wang ... Yung's mistress
  Siqin Gaowa ... Mrs Hwang Chin Yung
  Lam Wai (1) ... Hau Fei
  Michael Miu Kiu-Wai ... General Ku Yu (KMT)
  Kelvin Wong Siu ... Woo Chiang
  Dickens Chan Wing-Chung ... Tin
  Kwok Leung ... Lu Wai Ping
  Jassie Lam Chak-Chi    
  Che Pooi-Si    
  Chan Ging-Cheung    
  Kelvin Wong Ho-Yee    
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung    
  Bruce Baron    
 
Production Companies
  Johnny Mak Production Co. Ltd.
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Distributors
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
  Gala Film Distribution Limited (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Ting Hin-Lam   Yam Hok-Chung
 
Assistant Scriptwriter
  Lee Ying-Git (2)   Cheung Hoi-Hing (1)   Chan Wah (2)
 
Script Supervisor
  Carol Lai Miu-Suet
 
Consultant
  Fanny Ha
 
Cinematographer
  Horace Wong Wing-Hang
 
Focus Puller
  Yuen Chun-Wah
 
Camera Assistant
  Ng Tin-Sung   Lee Kwok-Kin   Hung Hin-Wai
 
Lighting
  Chik Kim-Kit
 
Best Boy
  Tang Sai-Ming
 
Electrician
  Wong Yiu-Keung (1)   Lee Sin-Kwok   Chow Yuk-Hung
  Lau Chi-Kwong
 
Art Director
  Ho Kim-Sing
 
Assistant Art Director
  Kwok Pik-Yan   Au Kwok-Wa
 
Costume Designer
  Fung Shui-Lin
 
Costume
  Janet Chun Siu-Chun   Lee Man-Ling (1)
 
Makeup
  Cheng Wai-Fong (1)
 
Assistant Makeup Artist
  Lee Wai-Fong (2)
 
Hair Dressing
  Middi Yau Shui-Han   Lo Chan-Kwong
 
Editor
  Fan Kung-Wing
 
Props
  Chen Jih-Kang
 
Music
  Lo Ta-Yu
 
Presenter
  Johnny Mak Tong-Hung   Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
Planning
  Virginia Lok Yee-Ling
 
Film Coordinator
  Benny Wong Chung-Yam
 
Production Manager
  Perry Chung Kwok-Kei
 
Associate Production Manager
  Chow Tak-Wa
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Dixon Chan Hin-Koon   Kan Kin-Keung   Billy Ngai Shun-Choi
 
Accounting
  Cheung Kwok-Wai
 
Recording Studio
  Golden Studios Ltd.   Mandarin Recording Studio Ltd.   Showreel Film Facilities
 
Foley
  Kwong Wai-Hung
 
Dialogue
  Doris Wong Wai-Kwan   Alexander Lee Chung-Keung
 
Equipment
  Salon Films (HK) Ltd.
 
Laboratory
  Cine Art Laboratory Ltd.
 
Subtitles
  Norman Production
 
 
Summary
  Filmed in Panavision® The continuing saga of the life of one of the most powerful men in China in the first half of the 20th Century. By the late 1920's, Luk has established himself as the overlord of Shanghai; a player in politics, business, and the huge underworld. But his generosity begins to strain his finances. Pondering his future, he decides to make a strong commitment to the country, opting for high society over getting high. But the 1937 attack by the Japanese on Shanghai throws both Luk and his country into turmoil. Luk is forced to flee to Hong Kong. He returns after the war, but finds the new Nationalist government isn't very accommodating. As China begins its transition to Communist rule, Luk sadly realizes he is heading towards oblivion. [Rim Films Catalog] Continuation of the first movie, Lord of East China Sea. The movie starts in 1936, at the height of Lu Yun Shan's (Ray Lui) power. He, Huang (Kent Cheng) and Yuan (Elvis Tsui) are the three big tycoons of Shanghai. The movie concentrates mainly on the Japanese takeover of Shanghai and where the loyalties of the three big tycoons, specifically Lu's, lie. [summary by Yellow Hammer]