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武林聖鬥士 (1992)
Deadend of Besiegers
Alias: 東瀛遊俠
Alias: The Japanese Warrior
Alias: 蕩寇英雄
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Circuit: Silver 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run (HK): 08/06/1992 - 08/12/1992
Box Office: HK $440,170
  Zhang Siu-Wai
  Lin Xiang-Pei
  Ba Tong
Martial Arts Directors
  Yu Rongguang
  Wang Hua (2)
  Wang Rong
  Yu Rongguang ... Wuwechimatao
  Cynthia Khan ... Cui Gu
  Yu Hai ... Cui Gu's father
  Ji Chunhua ... Japanese pirate lord
  Li Zhi-Zhou    
  Ge Chun-Yan ... Tian Peng's mother
  Jin Demao    
  Dale Cook ... Gaijin who beats Wuwech
  Xu Jie (3)    
  Chang Rong    
  Wang Hua (2)    
  Zhang Jian-Wen    
Production Company
  Rising Fortune Films Co., (H.K.)
  Sil-Metropole Organisation Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Sze Yeung-Ping   Ling Yun (3)   Lee King-Chung
Script Supervisor
  Luk Ngai-Hung
  Chau Pak-Ling   Li Ming
Focus Puller
  Su Shan (2)
  Tou Siu-Fan   Liu Ban
  Har Qing-Guo
Assistant Art Director
  Pan Qing
  Lu Yue-Ying   Li Yan-Wen
  Lee Yuk-Ping   Ching Hung   Shen Ke-Jiang
  Wu Bou-Ga
Hair Stylist
  Lee Kuen
  Koo Chi-Wai
  Lau Goon-Ching   Lam Kei-Hung
Set Decorator
  Lam Kei-Fu
Sound Recordist
  Huang Jun-Shi   Cheung Mong
  Zhang Shao-Tong   Chen Yong-Tie
  Chen Xinhua
Production Manager
  Li Bin   Ho Ching
Unit Production Manager
  Li Bin   Ho Ching
Unit Manager
  Sung Man-Ping   Yong Yi-Hui   Wong So-Ban
Still Photographer
  Lee Wai-Lun (3)
  Wang Sen-Gui
  The story mainly concerns Wuwechimatao, and how he came to found Karate. Humiliated by that most essential staple of HK cinema, the overacting bad-attitude loudmouth American arse-kicker, Wuwechimatao hops on a boat to China to learn the fabled Dog Fist. But he gets on the wrong boat, finding himself among pirates bent on kidnap and plunder. He foils the pirates' plan (to capture village children for ransom) and befriends an excessively cute kid, who just happens to be the sister of Cui Gu, champion of Dog Fist. After much crawling under legs, Cui agrees to teach Wuwech. There follows lots of cultural comparison, some very funny and warm scenes between the little girl and Wuwech, oodles of swordplay and fu fighting, leading up to an outstanding and very long climactic fight which starts in a mask festival, moves to the Shaolin temple and ends in a barn full of inflammables.