武林客棧
Chivalrous Inn (1977)
Alias: Chivalious Inn
Word by Word: Bamboo Forest Guest Inn
Alt title: The Gangsmen Tavern
Alias : 亡命客棧
Alias: Shaolin's Magnificent Disciples
Country: Taiwan
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
 
Director
  Chiang Nan (2)
 
Script
  Yiu Hing-Hong
 
Action Director
  Ko Pao
 
Producers
  Chu Hon-Kwan
  Lin Chao-Ming
  Chow Chi-Hap
 
 
Cast
  Carter Wong Ka-Tat    
  Wang Kuan-Hsiung    
  Doris Lung Chun-Erh    
  Chia Ling ... Hsiao Chiao
  Chang Yu    
  Lung Fei    
  Liu Ping (1)    
  Si Wai (3)    
  Ko Yu-Min    
  Chang Chi-Ping (2)    
  Yueh Feng    
  Chuan Yuan    
  Weng Hsiao-Hu    
  Liu Li-Tsu    
  Tsang Chiu    
  Yuan Shen    
  Mark Lung Koon-Mo    
  Liu Shan    
  Woo Wai (3)    
  Lee Jun-Yee    
  Wong Fan    
  Liu Yan-Xiao    
  Hu Zhong ... Soldier
  Yeh Mao ... Chivalrous Inn fighter
  Cheung Chung-Kwai (1)    
  Chan Gam-Chu    
  Yau Siu-Hung    
  Hung Fa-Long    
  Leung Fung (4)    
  Nam Muk-Chan    
  Wong Chung-Wing    
  Hoi Ban    
  So Kwok-Leung ... Soldier
  Lam Chung (4) ... Soldier
  Au Lap-Bo ... Night watchman
  Hung Kin-Wing ... [Extra]
  Unknown Taiwanese Actor (10) ... Chivalrous Inn fighter
 
Production Company
  Great East International Film (H.K.) Corp.
 
Cinematographer
  Jung San
 
Production Manager
  Lee Shin
 
Editor
  Huang Chiu-Kuei
 
Planning
  Liu Li-Tsu
 
Presenter
  Cheung Yan-Git
 
Composer
  Stanley Chow Fook-Leung
 
Filming Location
  Taiwan
 
 
Summary
 

Patriotic swordfighters, for and against the Ching (Manchu) Dynasty head towards the Martial Inn. Three old men with long silver hair (who are very difficult to tell apart !) are key characters, along with a number of young men and very pretty young women, all very capable swordfighters. Buried under the smouldering looks, suspicions and even lines spoken in dialogue poetic couplets, there is even a murder mystery.