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神經刀與飛天貓 (1993)
Flying Dagger
Alias: 大小飛刀之九尾狐與飛天貓
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Regal 
Genres: Martial Arts  Mo Lai Tau (Nonsense Comedy) 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/06/1993 - 05/20/1993
Box Office: HK $9,706,345
  Kevin Chu Yen-Ping
  Wong Jing
Action Director
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
  Jessica Hsu Pei-Yong
  Tony Leung Ka-Fai ... Big Dagger Hon Cheung
  Jimmy Lin Zhi-Ying ... Little Dagger Hon Lam
  Jacky Cheung Hok-Yau ... Nine Tail Fox
  Maggie Cheung Man-Yuk ... Flying Cat
  Sharla Cheung Man ... Big Bewitchment
  Gloria Yip Wan-Yee ... Little Bewitchment
  Ng Man-Tat ... Pang Ting Hong (Innkeeper)
  Chen Hung-Lieh ... Dicky Lui
  Kingdom Yuen King-Tan ... Brothelkeeper
  Yuen Cheung-Yan ... Never Die
  Lo Lieh ... Must Die [cameo]
  Ku Pao-Ming ... Retrieves wine from innkeeper
  Lee Ka-Ting ... Erotomania man
  Pauline Chan Bo-Lin ... Evil Lady of Yi Ho
  David Wu Dai-Wai ... Western Ace
  Fang Fang ... Hong's wife
  Sam Ho Choi-Chow ... Japanese
  Wong Chung-Kui ... Japanese
  Lau Chi-Ming ... Never die's man
  Wu Zhan-Peng ... Never die's man
Production Company
  Chang Hong Channel Film & Video Ltd. Co. (HK)
Filming Company
  Chang Hong Channel Film & Video Ltd. Co. (HK)
  Regal Films Distribution Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Sylvia Liu Jing-Yi   Janet Chun Siu-Chun   Tu Fu-Ping
Script Supervisor
  Wong Wing-Kai
  Chen Jung-Shu
Focus Puller
  Yip Chun-Wing
  Choi Sam-Kat
Art Director
  Andy Lee Yiu-Kwong
  Yiu Wai-Ming
Image Design
  Tony Au Ting-Ping
  Poon Man-Wah   Man Yun-Ling
Hair Dressing
  Chau Siu-Mui   Ho Yau Chun Heung
  Ma Chung-Yiu
  Jackson Wong Wai-Ming
  Chen Tai-Li   Fu Li
Martial Arts Directors
  Ma Yuk-Sing   Dion Lam Dik-On
  Ng Dui
Executive Producer
  Jessica Hsu Pei-Yong
  Yiu Kei-Wai   Pei Gin-Yam
Production Manager
  Eric Tang Chung-Miu   Cheung Siu-Ping
Associate Production Manager
  Sunny Cheng Shu-San
Project Manager
  Jackson Chan Tak-Wa
Set Runner
  Yan Fook-Ming
Still Photographer
  Yang Hong (3)
Tea Lady
  Tai Lai-Fung
Recording Studio
  Mandarin Recording Studio Ltd.
Cantonese Dialogue
  Alexander Lee Chung-Keung
Mandarin Dialogue
  Wong King-Ping
  Norman Production
  The well-known "Flying Dagger" Chung and his nephew Lam lived on rewards from apprehending bandits. Chung refused the love of "Great Coquette" Lady Fung. Therefore, Fung always mess up Chung's business for revenge. Flying Fox, the country's number one bandit, had stolen the millionaire Tsao's evidence of being a traitor. Hence, Tsao employed Chung to catch the bandit. Flying Fox's wife, Flying Cat seduced Chung to save her husband, which caused jealousy and a severe fight with Fung. Meanwhile Lam was kidnapped by Tsao. Chung and Fung finally realized that Tsao was the head of East Wing. They united together to beat against Tsao.. [from the Mei Ah DVD] In this quintessential "makes no sense" comedy, Jackie Cheung plays a farting forest bandit. Maggie Cheung is a flying catwoman, and Tony Leung turns green from a magic potion. [from the Tai Seng Catalog]