十八羅漢陣
18 Shaolin Disciples (1975)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
 
Director
  Hsu Tseng-Hung
 
Script
  Cheung San-Yee
 
 
Cast
  Chang Yi ... Miao Yi Tao
  Hsu Feng ... Shuan Ching
  Wen Chiang-Long ... Chen Tai
  Carter Wong Ka-Tat    
  Mang Fei (1)    
  Wong Ging-Ping    
  Liu Ping (1)    
  Siu Yiu (3)    
  O Yau-Man    
  Li Min-Lang ... Bandit
  Shih Ting-Ken ... Monk
  Wong Fei-Lung ... Bandit
  Kong Ban    
  Au Lap-Bo ... Ring toss vendor
  Lam Mong-Nam ... Monk
  Hu Ying-Ying    
  Liu Lin (1)    
  Lui Wan-Biu ... Monk
  Wong Goon-Hung (2) ... Monk
  Lee Gam-Gong ... Monk
  Chow Jun ... Monk
  Wong Chi-Sang ... Monk/Soldier
  Chiang Sheng (1) ... Soldier
  Robert Tai Chi-Hsien ... Soldier
  Ching Kuo-Chung ... Soldier
  Yip Hoi-Ching ... Bandit
  Ko Chang-Sheng ... Bandit
  Sit Cheung-Man ... Monk
 
Production Manager
  Yen Wu-Tong
 
Sound Recordist
  Lin Ting-Kuei
 
Art Director
  Chung Chi-Kwong (1)
 
Lighting
  Cheng Wai-Boh
 
Makeup
  Lee Lai-Kuen
 
Props
  Pan Yi-Lai
 
Cinematographer
  Chong Yan-Gin
 
Editor
  Huang Chiu-Kuei
 
Costume Designer
  Suen Chi-Yung
 
Presenter
  Peter Pan Chi-Chun
 
Assistant Director
  Ngai Loi
 
Hair Stylist
  Lau Tak-Yee
 
Composer
  Wong Mau-San
 
 
 
Summary
 

Note1 - 1975 is an estimate. This film was made before Shaolin Kung Fu Mystagogue, possibly several years before. Note2 - Some sources identify this film to be an alt title of Shaolin Kung Fu Mystagogue. This is NOT correct, despite having three of the same lead actors. Plot - Chuen Chan spares the life of the evil Miao Yi Tao in a duel, and Miao swears he'll regret it ! Some years later, Chen Tai and Shuan Ching leave home, with the task of escorting the "guard articles" to the capital. The cocky young Chen Tai disgraces a group of bandits, who happen to work for Miao. Miao investigates, and suspects Miao's father has information about the whereabouts of Chuen Chan, also known as The Ghost Killer. This forces father to disclose a terrible secret to his children.