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飛狐外傳 (1993)
The Sword of Many Lovers
Alias: Sword of Many Loves
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 08/20/1993 - 09/02/1993
Box Office: HK $6,859,835.00
  Poon Man-Kit
  Lee Ying-Git (2)
  Johnny Mak Tong-Hung
  Stephen Shiu Yeuk-Yuen
Action Directors
  Yuen Cheung-Yan
  Ma Yuk-Sing
  Johnny Mak Tong-Hung
  Stephen Shiu Yeuk-Yuen
  Leon Lai Ming ... Wu Fei
  Sharla Cheung Man ... Purple Yuen
  Michelle Reis ... Ching Ling
  Elvis Tsui Kam-Kong ... Fung Nam Tin
  Kingdom Yuen King-Tan ... Mo Yung
  William Ho Ka-Kui ... Sit Hei
  Jassie Lam Chak-Chi    
Production Company
  Golden Harvest Productions
Filming Company
  Mak Dong Hung Chai Chok Gung Shut
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
  Gala Film Distribution Limited (Hong Kong)
  Jin Yong (1)
  Chiu Foo-Keung
  Wong Bo-Man (1)
Art Director
  Ho Kim-Sing
  Fan Kung-Wing
  William Wu Wai-Lap
  Johnny Mak Tong-Hung
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
  Virginia Lok Yee-Ling
Assistant Action Director
  Yuen Shun-Yi
  Tony Tam Chun-To
  "The young and debonair Hu is a skilled swordsman without a care in the world. Feng is a master of swords who uses his skill for power money and lust. They are destined to cross swords when Hu becomes romantically involved with Feng's illegitimate daughter." - Tai Seng Catalogue Based on the same Jin Yong story that yielded LEGEND OF THE FOX and NEW TALES OF THE FLYING FOX from Shaw Brothers. Hu Fei (Flying Fox) gets involved in the rivalries and intrigues of the Poison Clan, and much madness (and weird poisoning) ensues.