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黑靈官 (1969)
The Black Enforcer
Alias: 흑수도
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date (HK): 01/28/1972
  Ho Meng-Hua
  Anthong Hoh Wa
Martial Arts Director
  Leung Siu-Chung
  Sir Run Run Shaw
  Tang Ching ... Kung Tien-Lung
  Tien Feng ... Kuan Yun-Fei
  Wang Ping ... Yen-Erh
  Fang Jen-Tzu ... Ling Tzu
  Chao Hsiung ... Kuan Ta-Tzu
  Choi Sung ... Kuan Tao
  Cliff Lok ... Kuan Hai
  Choe Gwang-ho ... Hsiao Er
  Lee Hae-Ryong ... Robber Chou Han [2nd edit]
  Tung Li ... Robber Chou Han [1st edit]
  Wong Ching-Wan ... Hsia Ching (Kung's Mei Mei)
  Erh Chun ... Sneaky constable
  Ko Ching ... Young Yen
  Chin Ping ... Yen [deleted footage]
  Lai Man ... Kung's mother
  Cheung Chok-Chow ... Pharmacist
  Chin Ping ... Yen-Erh [deleted footage]
  Chui Hing-Chun ... Constable [extra]
  Cham Siu-Hung ... Constable [extra]
  Lam Hak-Ming ... Constable [extra]
  Leung Lung ... Constable [extra]
  Unknown SB-Actor (21) ... Constable [extra]
  Ng Ming-Choi ... Constable [extra]
  Chow Ga-Chong ... Constable [extra]
Production Company
  Shaw Brothers
Assistant Director
  Ip Sam   Wang Yun-Hua
  Lam Kwok-Cheung
Costume Designer
  Kamber Huang Chin-Ba
  Fong Yuen
  Johnson Tsao Chuang-Sheng
Sound Recordist
  Wang Yong-Hua
  Stanley Chow Fook-Leung
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  South Korea
  H.K & South-Korean co-production with several (unregular) Korean support actors, partly shot in Korea (see articel scan in picture section) Due to the aprupt career end of lead actress Chin Ping during the shooting in 1969, the movie was partly re-shot with new starlet Wang Ping. The role of robber Chou Han played by SB-Star Tung Li (aka Kang Hua) was finished by Korean Lee Hae-Ryong with same makeup in the progress, but Tung Li still appears in the first half of the final version!