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鴉片戰爭 (1997)
The Opium War
Alias: The Opium War Chronicle
Origin: China
Language: Mandarin 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: War 
Rating: II A (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 06/13/1997 - 06/19/1997
 
Director
  Xie Jin
 
Screenwriters
  Mak Tin-Shu
  Zhu Su-Jin
  Ni Zhen
  Zong Fu-Xian
 
Producer
  Cheng Zhigu
 
 
Cast
  Pao Guo-An ... Lam Jak Chui (Lin Ze Xu)
  Lin Lian-Kun ... Kei Sin (Qi Shan)
  Lung Hsiung ... Hoh Ging Yung
  Shao Hsin ... Hoh Sin Ji (He Shan Zi)
  Su Min ... Emp. Diy Gwong (Dao Guang)
  Gao Yuan (2) ... Yung Ngai (Rong Ei)
  Bob Peck ... Din Dei (Denton)
  Simon Williams ... Yee Lut (Charles Elliot)
  Emma Griffiths ... Lut Lai (Mary Denton)
  Philip Jackson ... Captain White
  Garrick Hagon ... Missionary
  Robert Freeman ... Hill
  Ko Hsiang-Ting ... Yik Saan
  Hung Hin-Chu ... General Xue Rengui
  Jiang Hua ... Gan Tien Pei
  Liu Zhongyuan ... Lu Zi-Fang
  Gu Lan (2) ... Senior minister
  Yang Zhaoquan ... Blind musician
  Yang Heping ... Military officer
  Li Wei-Xin ... Deng Ting-Zhen
  Jamie Wilson ... Artillery Captain Paul Artuard
  Debra Beaumont ... Queen Victoria
 
Production Company
  Emei Film Studio
 
Filming Company
  Film and Television Production Co., Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Entertainment Company Limited (Hong Kong)
 
Executive Director
  Na Renhua   Zhu Shi-Bin
 
Assistant Director
  Yang Heping   Hai Da   Yeung Wai (3)
  Sheng Lin   Wong Ying-Kit   He Yan
 
Cinematographers
  Hou Yong   Seung Yung
 
Art Director
  Shao Ruigang
 
Costume Designer
  Wang Youlong
 
Makeup
  Hong Mei-Juan   Shen Ke-Jiang   Wang Xue-Qing
 
Editor
  Qian Li-Li   David Wu Dai-Wai   Zhang Long-Gen
 
Props
  Li Mingshan   Li Baotai   Zhu Ming
  Lam Kei-Hung   Hou Yi   Zhang Xianchun
 
Sound Recordist
  Wang Xueyi   Lai Qizhen
 
Music
  Wong Hon-Kei   Jin Fuzai
 
Presenter
  Ng Bo-Man   Sammy Cheung Wai
 
Planning
  Lee Hsing   Li Xian   Ann Hui On-Wah
 
Production Manager
  Gu Qing-Rui   Sun Dan   Stephen Lam Bing-Kwan
  Song Zhenshan
 
Filming Location
  China
 
 
Summary
  winner of the 1997 Golden Rooster and 1998 Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Picture