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東方不敗─風雲再起 (1993)
The East Is Red
Alias: Swordsman 3
Alias: 東方不敗再起風雲
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Empire 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/21/1993 - 02/11/1993
Box Office: HK $11,248,503
  Raymond Lee Wai-Man
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
  Roy Szeto Wai-Cheuk
  Charcoal Tan
  Tsui Hark
Martial Arts Directors
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
  Dion Lam Dik-On
  Ma Yuk-Sing
  Tsui Hark
  Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia ... Invincible Asia
  Joey Wong Cho-Yin ... Cici / Snow
  Jean Wang Ching-Ying ... Dai
  Yu Rongguang ... Officer Koo Cheung Fung
  Lau Shun ... Disguised Invincible Asia
  Eddy Ko Hung ... Hon Ching
  Lee Ka-Ting ... General Tin Kai Wan
  Kingdom Yuen King-Tan ... Brothel keeper
  Yen Shi-Kwan ... Master Wu
  Wu Ma ... Flute player [footage from 'Swordsman']
  Lam Ching-Ying ... Zither player [footage from 'Swordsman']
  Samuel Hui Koon-Kit ... [Footage from 'Swordsman']
  Dion Lam Dik-On    
  Lau Tze-Ming ... Soldier
  Michael Lam Kong    
  Cheng Kwan-Chi    
  Mike Miller ... Spanish Conquistador
  Ho Wing-Cheung ... Extra
Production Companies
  Film Workshop
  Long Shong Pictures Ltd.
  Golden Princess Film Production Ltd.
Filming Company
  Film Workshop Co. Ltd.
  Newport Entertainment Co., Ltd (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Koan Hui On   Chung Hon-Sit
Script Supervisor
  Teddy Lee Sung-Yue
  Tom Lau Moon-Tong
Focus Puller
  Venus Keung Kwok-Man   Edmond Fung Yuen-Man
  William Chan Wai-Lin
Best Boy
  Wong Wing-Chi
Art Director
  Eddie Ma Poon-Chiu
Assistant Art Director
  Eddy Wong Ga-Lang   Kenneth Mak Kwok-Keung   Chan Kwok-Yiu (2)
Costume Designer
  Chiu Kwok-Shun   William Chang Suk-Ping
Assistant Costume Designer
  Law Wai-Shan   Mui Kwong-Sing
  Chan Sau-Ming   Pat Tang Yu-Ho
  Simon Chan Kwok-Hong   Tung Hon-Wan
Hair Dressing
  Jane Kwan Yuk-Chan   Cheung Lai-Ying   Lai Wai-Yin
  Lee Ching-Lam   Chau Siu-Mui
  Chun Yu   Keung Chuen-Tak
  Ho Chieh-Fu   Ciff Chang Chi-Wing
  Lam Chung-Sam
Sound Recordist
  Edward Cheng Wai-Luen   Herman Chow Kam-Wing
Original Music
  William Wu Wai-Lap
  Raymond Lee Wai-Man   Tony Ching Siu-Tung
Production Manager
  Ken Wu Chia-Nuo
Associate Production Manager
  Chan Yiu-Wing
Assistant Production Manager
  Shirley Yung Sau-Lan
Unit Manager
  Wong Kam-Ming (2)
  Leung Pak-Seng
Still Photographer
  Piggy Chan Kam-Chuen
Tea Lady
  Elsa Chan Kit-Ling
Special Visual Effects
  Cinefex Workshop Co., Ltd.
Recording Studio
  Mandarin Recording Studio Ltd.   108 Records Ltd., Co.   Clear Water Bay Recording Studio
  True Technic Limited
Re-Recording Mixer
  Edward Cheng Wai-Luen   Herman Chow Kam-Wing
  Kwong Wai-Hung
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
Cantonese Dialogue
  Chow Wing-Tuen
Mandarin Dialogue
  Fung Suet-Yui
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
  Fine Art Production Co.
  Asia the Invincible, the demon who metamorphosized into a woman in Swordsman II, was thought dead at the end of the previous adventure. Navy Official Koo discovers her in her old hideout, and tells her that many have been assuming her name and forming cults. Knowing this division will destroy the country, she vows to destroy them all. She finds that her former lover, Snow, is also one of the imposters. What begins as a patriotic endeavor soon becomes a bloodbath as her destructive nature consumes her. Unable to control her fury, she unleashes her powers on Snow and Koo. In her final battle with Koo, she kills him as well as Snow. Once again, she retires from the world. [from the Rim Films Catalog]