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秦俑 (1989)
A Terra-Cotta Warrior
Alt Spelling: Terracotta Warrior
Mainland VCD Title: Fight and Love with a Terracotta Warrior
Alias: Qin Yong
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Circuit: Dickson 
Genres: Fantasy  Comedy 
Theatrical Run: 04/12/1990 - 05/24/1990
Box Office: HK $20,991,782.00
 
Director
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
 
Screenwriter
  Lillian Lee Pik-Wah
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
  Lau Chi-Ho (1)
  Wang Chi (1)
  Bobby Wu Chi-Lung
 
Producers
  Chu Mu
  Tsui Hark
  Hon Pau-Chu
 
 
Cast
  Zhang Yi-Mou ... General Mong Tianfang
  Gong Li (1) ... Dong Er/ Zhu Lili
  Yu Rong-Guang ... Bai Yunfei
  Wu Tian-Ming ... Movie director
  Lu Shu-Ming ... Emperor Qin
  Che Bok-Man ... Tsui Fok / Tour guide
  David Cheung Jun-Ying    
  Ta Na De Li Ke    
  Zhao Zhi-Gang ... Qin General
  Choi Hin-Cheung    
  Wong Choh-Wa    
  Fan Chin-Hung    
  Fan Dung-Yue    
  Zhang Chun-Zhong    
  Lee Chang    
  Liu Shao-Chun (1)    
  Ma Yi (3)    
  Cheung King-Wa    
  Chiu Chin    
  Tu Jian    
 
Production Company
  Art & Talent Groupe Inc.
 
Filming Company
  Ga Man Yue Lok Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Distributor
  D & B Film Distribution (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Wei Han-Tao
  Kuk Kok-Leung
  Wan Fat
  Wong An (2)
 
Script Supervisor
  Yeung Siu-Dai
 
Director of Photography
  Peter Pau Tak-Hai
  Lee San-Yip
 
Focus Puller
  Lee Tak-Wai (1)
  Lee King-Fong
  Lee Chak-Fong
  Chow Lok-Hap
  Lee Wah-Ban
  Chow Siu-Tung (4)
 
Lighting
  Lee Tak-Shing
  Lau Tit-Chi (2)
  Lim Chi-Sam
 
Art Director
  Kenneth Yee Chung-Man
 
Costume Design
  Bruce Yu Ka-On
 
Makeup
  Man Yun-Ling
 
Hair Stylist
  Peng Yen-Lien
 
Editor
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
 
Props
  Chen Jih-Kang
  Yip Yeuk-Chung
  Ngai Kin-Tung
  Hon Wo-Ping
 
Set Decorator
  Sung Mau-Hap
 
Scenic Design
  Ben Lau Man-Hung
 
Music
  Joseph Koo Ka-Fai
  James Wong Jim
  Romeo Diaz
 
Singer
  Sally Yeh Chian-Wen
 
Stunts
  Wong Choh-Wa
  Fan Chin-Hung
  Choi Hin-Cheung
  Fan Dung-Yue
  Zhang Chun-Zhong
  Lee Chang
  Liu Shao-Chun (1)
  Ma Yi (3)
  Cheung King-Wa
  Chiu Chin
  Tu Jian
 
Presenter
  Chu Mu
  Hon Pau-Chu
 
Executive Producer
  Kam Kwok-Leung
 
Planning
  Zhang Yi-Mou
  Seeyee Aye
 
Production Manager
  Andrew Kam Yeung-Wa
  Lo Fook-Yuen
 
F/X
  Cinefex Workshop Co., Ltd.
 
Special Effects
  Tsui Hark
  Ma Yin-Leung
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Leung Ka-Lun
  Sherman Chow Gam-Cheung
 
Foley
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Dialogue
  Cheung Pooi-Yue
  Ding Yue
 
Filming Location
  China
 
 
Summary
  As a reward for saving the life of tyrannical Emperor Chin (the first man to unite China), mausoleum director Mong Tianfang is promoted to General. But his career takes a nosedive when has a forbidden affair with beautiful Dong Er, and they are both condemned to death. But Dong Er has thoughtfully stolen the eternal life pill, which court alchemists have been working on, pursuing the emperor's wish to live forever. Dong Er tongue-kisses Mong goodbye, and slips him the eternal life pill. However, Mong has chosen to become a terracotta warrior. This means he'll be covered in clay and baked alive, to stand guard at the emperor's mausoleum. Then, it's the 1930s. Airheaded aspiring starlet Zhu Lili is pursuing the gangster/film producer Bai Yunfei to secure a lead role in his next picture. Lili discovers the terracotta warrior tomb, and Bai becomes interested in her, because his real purpose is to find the tomb and sell the treasures to the British Museum and, or course, become very rich as a result. But Lili's discovery has brought Mong back to life, and Mong is torn between pursuing Lili (whom he believes is Dong Er) and protecting the emperor against Bai and his tomb raiders. Note : Believe it or not, this is a BRIEF and somewhat abridged description of the plot !