新蜀山劍俠
Zu: The Warriors from the Magic Mountain (1983)
Alias: Zu: Warriors of the Magic Mountain
Alias: Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain
Alias: Zu: Warriors from Magic Mountain
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 02/05/1983 - 03/03/1983
Box Office: HK $1,587,851.00
 
Director
  Tsui Hark
 
Script
  Shui Chung-Yuet (1)
  Sze-To Cheuk-Hon
 
Action Directors
  Corey Yuen Kwai
  Yuen Biao
  Fung Hak-On
  Mang Hoi
 
Producer
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Yuen Biao ... Di Ming Qi/Dik Ming Kei
  Adam Cheng Siu-Chow ... Ding Yin/Ding Yan
  Mang Hoi ... Yi Zhen/Yat Jan
  Sammo Hung Kam-Bo ... Chang Mei/Red Army soldier [2 Roles]
  Norman Chu Siu-Keung ... Heaven's Blade
  Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia ... Ice Queen
  Moon Lee Choi-Fung ... One of the Ice Queen's guards
  Damian Lau Chung-Yan ... Xiao Ru
  Corey Yuen Kwai ... Devil Disciple leader
  Chung Fat ... Blue Commander
  Dick Wei ... Blue Commander
  Ha Kwong-Li ... Ji Wu Shuang/Chi Wu Chuang
  Ka Lee ... Orange Army soldier
  Fung Hak-On ... Devil Disciple leader
  Yuen Miu ... Orange Army soldier
  Sai Gwa-Pau ... Boatman
  Weng Qian-Yu ... Lady Li I-Chi
  Tsui Hark ... Blue Army soldier
  Jonathan Spalter ... Tony
  Alex Fleming ... Alex
  Oliver Albrecht ... Oliver
  Dani Bishop ... Fortune teller
  Leslie Clarke ... Curator
  Ken Brown ... George
  Jimmy Shaw ... Fencing coach
  Neville Pryce ... Professor
  Roger Bradstreet ... Gas station attendant
  Jorn Bertram ... Doctor
  Diego Swing ... Museum guard
  Pang Yun-Cheung ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Chow Chi-Man (1)
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Art Director
  William Chang Suk-Ping
 
Script Supervisor
  Lou Wai
 
Planning
  Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung
 
Lighting
  Lam Wong
 
Makeup
  Chan Kok-Hong
 
Props
  Ma Man-Chun
 
Cinematographer
  Bill Wong Chung-Piu
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Costume Designer
  Chu Sheng-Shi
 
Assistant Director
  Yeung Wa
  Lam Chi-Yan
 
Composer
  Kwan Sing-Yau
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
 
 
Summary
 

Director Tsui Hark has brought to the screen all the richness and power of Chinese mythology. Set in the distant past when the Earth is divided by war, the evil inhabitants of the nether world stir and prepare to break their bonds and control Earth. A young conscript escapes and hides on the Magic Mountain where he begins a perilous quest through the fantastic, magical world of mythology to find the two celestial swords which, when brought together, is the only weapon powerful enough to defeat the monstrous beings now poised to destroy the mortal world. [Rim Films Catalog]