白蓮邪神
White Lotus Cult (1993)
Alias: Sam The Iron Bridge 1: White Lotus Cult
Alias : 白蓮神教
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Regal 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 12/02/1993 - 12/07/1993
Box Office: HK $646,870.00
 
Director
  Cheng Siu-Keung
 
Script
  James Fung Shui-Hung
 
Action Director
  Phillip Kwok Chun-Fung
 
Producer
  Stephen Shin Gei-Yin
 
 
Cast
  Do Siu-Chun ... Sam Liang Kun / San
  Yip Chuen-Chan ... Tieh
  Fennie Yuen Kit-Ying ... Keke
  Ji Chun-Hua ... Chan, White Lotus Cult Leader
  Lily Li Li-Li ... Hung
  Wong Kam-Kong ... Prince/Master Mu
  Cho Wing ... White Lotus Cult Team Leader
  Yue Hoi ... Admiral Kuan Yun-feng
  Chiu Cheung-Gwan ... One of Emperor Ching's officers
  Wong Gwan-Hong ... White Lotus Cult Team Leader
  Gan Tak-Mau    
  Tam Chiu ... Kuang
  Sin Gam-Ching    
  Hai Dun (2)    
  Yang Lin (2)    
  Zhao Hui    
  Tan Sheng    
  Zhang Lei (1)    
 
Production Companies
  Long Shong Pictures Ltd.
  Citimedia Limited
 
Filming Company
  Citimedia Limited
 
Distributor
  Regal Films Distribution Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Hoh Geng-Ching
  Roddy Wong Yat-Ping
  Li Bin (4)
  Chow Wai-Chung
 
Sound Recordist
  Zhang Wang
 
Art Director
  Lam Gei-Foo
  Kan Wa-On
 
Script Supervisor
  Luk Ngai-Hung
  Wong Dai
 
Lighting
  Chan Mei-Fat
  Chin Ting-Cheung
  Kwong Ting-Fong
  Ng Kun-Wa
 
Planning
  Leung Lik-Ji
 
Makeup
  Gwok Yim-Gwan
  Yeung Mau-Yung
  Wu Bou-Ga
 
Props
  Wong Yuk-Biu
  Woo Gam-Shing
 
Cinematographer
  Wong Leun-Cheung
  Cheng Siu-Keung
  Leung Lik-Ji
 
Editor
  Wong Wing-Ming (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Che Fung-Yee
  Shi Shan-He
 
Sound Editor
  Wong Gwan-Sai
 
Presenter
  Daneil Lam Siu-Ming
  Wong Ying-Cheung
 
Assistant Director
  Muk Sing
  Lau Sau-Wan
  Sung Man-Ping
 
Hair Stylist
  Wan Fung-Lan
 
Composer
  Wong Lap-Ping
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
Assistant Action Director
  Jacky Yeung Tak-Ngai
  Cho Wing
  Dang Chiu-Yau
  Wong Gwan-Hong
 
 
 
Summary
 

First of a trilogy chronicling the adventures of Liang Kun. This time he gets involved in a feud between the leader of the White Lotus Cult and former classmate Ching Chen. Plot is somewhat hard to follow, but is cleared up a bit in the sequel, _Sam the Iron Bridge (Champion of Martial Arts)_. A corrupt leader of the White Lotus Cult plots to seize the"sacred scrolls" in an attempt to secure his martial arts power. This fanatical cult promises immortality to those who rise against the Europeans in China - resulting in the Boxer Rebellion. [ Tai Seng Catalog] Something like a jumbled, back-to-front version of Tai Chi Master and Fong Sai Yuk. Shifting focus on at least ten major characters makes whatever story there is hard to follow. But there's brother against brother, conflicts of loyalty, even disappointment in love. San (always good guy) is disappointed in his brother Kuang's (weak character) decision to join the Cult, and how the power has corrupted him. Chin Chen (good guy) resists his brother Chan's efforts to obtain the Classics. Chan tortures Chin by mistaking him for a pin cushion then, with the help of his cranky but skilled old flame Hung and his daughter Tien, Chin trains San in the Classics, to fight Chan.