手指拗出
Kung Fu Executioner (1981)
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date: 05/08/1981
 
Director
  Lam Chin-Wai
 
Script
  Lam Chin-Wai
 
Action Director
  Leung Siu-Chung (1)
 
Producer
  Pau Ming
 
 
Cast
  Carl Scott ... Donny
  Billy Chong Chuen-Lei ... Li Kuen Kong
  Chan Sing (1) ... Hung Chun Fai
  Lily Lan Yu-Li ... Chan Yim Hung
  Miao Tian ... Diu Kwei
  Chiang Tao ... Gawa Shima
  Chan Yau-San ... Li Ysun Nam
  Ma Chung-Tak ... Li Kuen Wei
  Kwan Ngai ... Li Kuen Kong's mother
  Cliff Ching Ching ... Rascal
  Cheung Ching-Fung ... Hung's victim
  Sit Hon ... Angry man at park
  Chi Fu-Chiang ... Thug at park
  Ching Kuo-Chung ... Thug at park
  Cheung Chung-Kwai (1) ... Thug
  Lin Mei-Ling ... Li Kuen Kong's girlfriend
  Choi Chung-Chau ... Japanese swordsman
  Lam Gwong-Wing ... Japanese swordsman
  Hui Man-Yui ... Japanese swordsman
  Ma Yan-Sang    
  Wong Hing-Gat    
  Chu Lai (1)    
  Lui Wan-Biu ... Thug
  Henry Luk Yat-Lung ... Gambler
  Chan Cheung (2) ... Japanese swordsman
  Unknown Taiwanese Actor (1) ... Japanese swordsman
  Wong Tak-Sang ... Man at brawl [extra]
  Lam Man-Cheung ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  The Eternal Film (H. K.) Co.
 
Cinematographer
  Cheung Tak-Wai
 
Art Director
  Jonathan Ting Yuen-Tai
 
Editor
  Poon Hung (1)
 
Planning
  Woo Wan-Ping
 
Sound Editor
  Chang Hua
 
 
 
Summary
 

The plot is strongly reminiscent of The Godfather. A group of business people decide to get into opium trading after strong suggestions from an escaped convict and a Japanese. The suggestions become even stronger, leading to bashings and murder, which of course leads to revenge and double dealing, which of course leads to even more revenge, and so it continues.