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火燄山 (1962)
The Flaming Mountain
Alias: The Blazing Volcano
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  Korean 
Genre: Fantasy 
Release Date: 07/25/1962
 
Director
  Mok Hong-See
 
Screenwriter
  Tu Kuang-Chi
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Tong Kai
  Lau Kar-Leung
 
Producer
  Wong Cheuk-Hon
 
 
Cast
  Kim Hee-Kap (1) ... Monkey King (Sun Wu-Kong)
  Choe Mu-Ryong ... Monk Tripitaka
  Ting Ying (1) ... Princess Iron Fan
  Yeung Hei-Fan ... Pigsy
  Hui Ying-Sau ... Sand Monk (Sha Wu-Jing)
  Tsui Siu-Ming ... Red Kid
  Lam Kau ... Ox King
  Chiu Mei-Ling ... Guanyin
  Kim Ji-Mee ... Jade-faced Fox
  Wu Ching-Li ... Hui An
  Yang Mi-Yeong ... Peony/Mau Dan
  Cheung Yee (2) ... Li Sheng
  Sai Gwa-Pau ... Kuai Ru-Feng ('Fast as wind')
  Chu Yau-Ko ... Ji Ru-Huo
  Helena Law Lan ... Dragon Woman
  Pak Lung-Chu    
  Cheung Sing-Fei    
  Lai Kwan-Lin    
  Kwan Yan    
  Lau Kar-Leung    
  Tong Kai    
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... woodcutter
 
Production Companies
  Lan Kwong Film Co.
  Hanyang Film Company
 
Distributor
  Wader Motion Picture & Development Co. Ltd. (Global)
 
Story
  Wu Cheng-En
 
Script Supervisor
  Cheung Shut-Lan
 
Cinematographer
  Wong Kat-Sing
 
Lighting
  Lau Siu (3)
  Sek Fat
 
Art
  Chiu Chuen
 
Costume Designer
  Lai Chu
 
Makeup
  Lai Siu-Wah
 
Hair Stylist
  Tsui Kam-Lun
 
Props
  Lau Long
 
Sound Recordist
  Mui Ching
  Wu San
 
Editor
  Sung Ming
 
Production Manager
  Wong Cheuk-Hon
  Kong Man
 
Unit Manager
  Lee Kwong (1)
 
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  Japan
  South Korea
 
 
Summary
  1st Cantonese film of Hong Kong shot on Eastmancolour film and in Technicolour widescreen format, Hong Kong–Korean co-production in separate Mandarin, Cantonese and Korean versions. Scenes that utilised special effects were filmed in Japan, Winner of the Korean Art and Culture Furtherance Association's 'Best Performance by an Ensemble' and 'Best Performance by an Actress' (Ting Ying) awards (HKFA)