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奇門怪拳 (1979)
Of Cooks and Kung Fu
Alias: Duel of the Dragons
Alias: 饕餮功
Origin: Taiwan
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date (HK): 06/05/1980
  Ting Chung
  Sze-To Man
Martial Arts Director
  Jacky Chen Shao-Lung
  Wong Wing
  Chan Wing-Kwan
  Jacky Chen Shao-Lung ... Tan Tan
  Chia Kai ... Master Glutton
  Chang Shan ... Pok Chin Chu
  Lee Kwan ... Supt. Woo / Mr. Hu
  Li Kuan-Chang ... Emperor
  Wu Ma ... Shao Li Tzu
  Wang Ruo-Ping ... Gangster
  Cheng Sai-Gang ... Chief of the Underworld
  Mao Ching-Shun ... Devil's disciple
  Yu Sung-Chao ... Mr. Chou
  Chin Wan-Che ... Won Fu Lan
  Ho Wei-Hsiung ... Kun Lan
  Chin Pin ... Mrs. Woo / Mrs. Hu
  Chang Yi-Kuai ... Master Chef
  Ou Li-Bao ... Waiter
  Yen Chung ... Owner of the fish pond
  Ho Kang ... Person with warning
  Tai Liang ... Emperor's assistant
  Chang Ping-Yu ... Empress [cameo]
  Sun Yueh ... Li Liangyang [cameo]
  Hsu Yung-Kang ... Restaurant patron
  Chang Chung-Kui ... Thug
  Wu Ho ... Cook
  Pei De-Yun ... Restaurant patron
  Li Chin-Kuang ... Thug
  Chiang Yu ... Hu's thug
Production Company
  Great China Film Company H. K.
  Lai Wen-Hung
Stunt Double
  Wu Hao (5)
  Ting Pao-Seng
Production Manager
  Chou Tai-Chuan   Chu Gang
  Very similar story to Drunken Master. Tan Tan is a cook, apprenticed to his grandfather, the Master Glutton, in both cookery and kung fu. Tan is an able student but rather lazy and lacking focus. A mystery man hiding under a basket on his head is killing people and asking where the Master Glutton is. The arrival of this man will test the skills of both MG and Tan Tan.