血滴子
The Flying Guillotine (1975)
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date: 02/18/1975
 
Director
  Ho Meng-Hua
 
Script
  Ni Kuang
 
Action Director
  Simon Chui Yee-Ang
 
Producer
  Runme Shaw
 
 
Cast
  Chen Kuan-Tai ... Ma Tang
  Ku Feng ... Chief Xin Kang
  Wai Wang ... Ah Kun/Xu Shuangkun
  Kong Yeung (4) ... Emperor Yung Cheng
  Lau Ng-Kei ... Mrs. Ma Yu-Ping
  Ai Ti ... Wanzhu
  Wong Yu (1) ... Xie Tianfu
  Lam Wai-Tiu ... Luo Peng
  Norman Chu Siu-Keung ... Zhou Zhizhong
  Ricky Hui Koon-Ying ... Cheng Ziping
  Wu Chi-Chin ... Chen Xinyi
  Lei Lung ... Cha Zhiliang
  Lin Wen-Wei ... Wang Xiaoliang
  Wai Pak ... Sun Jian
  Liu Wai (1) ... Chief Eunuch Zhang
  Lee Sau-Kei ... Chen Lie
  Lee Pang-Fei (1) ... Yan Lebu
  Wang Han-Chen ... Wang
  Law Hon ... Governor of Lai Yang
  Kong Ling (1) ... murder witness
  Kwok Wai-Ming (1)    
  Lam Fung (2)    
  Ho Hon-Chau    
  Shum Lo ... [Extra]
  Si-To Wang    
  Ma Rong-Bai    
  Cai Rong-Zhang    
  Mui Kwok-Shing    
  Man Man (3) ... Fortune teller [extra]
  Man Sau ... midwife
  Chu Yau-Ko ... Yan Lebu's guest
  Cheung Chok-Chow ... Villager [extra]
  Gam Tin-Chue ... [Extra]
  Wong Kung-Miu ... [Extra]
  Cheung Sek-Aau ... [Extra]
  Unknown SB-Actor(53) ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Shaw Brothers
 
Production Manager
  Chen Lieh
 
Sound Recordist
  Wang Yong-Hua
 
Art Director
  Johnson Tsao Chuang-Sheng
 
Script Supervisor
  Yang Jin-Bang
 
Lighting
  Chan Fen
 
Makeup
  Wu Hsu-Ching
 
Props
  Yuen Cheung
 
Cinematographer
  Cho Wai-Kei
 
Editor
  Chiang Hsing-Lung
 
Costume Designer
  Liu Chi-Yu (1)
 
Assistant Director
  Hung Hak
 
Hair Stylist
  Peng Ku
 
Composer
  Wang Fu-Ling
 
 
 
Summary
 

Chen Kuan-tai battles assassins that use a deadly, beheading weapon to kill dissidents. Based on true events, the film's weapon was completely fabricated because in real life, no one ever survived to tell what the weapon actually looked like. - Celestial Pictures