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黃大仙 (1992)
Legend of Wong Tai Sin
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Fantasy 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Release Date (Taipei): 10/17/1992
 
Director
  To Man-Bo
 
Screenwriter
  Sze-To On
 
Martial Arts Director
  Pan Yaokun
 
Producers
  Lee Yuk-Hing
  Ma Oi-Lin
 
 
Cast
  Lam Ching-Ying ... Cho Pin [title char]
  Pang Chi-Yee    
  Eva Lai Yin-Shan ... Siu Lan
  Kwan Hoi-San ... Wise Taoist
  Lau Siu-Kwan    
  Ku Feng ... Dr Wang
  Chu Kong    
  Zhang Jiu    
  Marylinn Wong Cho-Shut    
  Pan Yaokun ... Wong Siu Erh
 
Production Company
  Jia's Motion Picture (H.K.) Co.
 
Assistant Director
  Chu Kong
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Ling-Chi
 
Cinematographers
  Ho Hak-Wai   Cheung Tung-Tung
 
Focus Puller
  Hap Hak-Hau   Wong Pak-Kwan   Wong Kin (4)
 
Lighting
  Leung Kang-Ho   Wong Pui
 
Costume
  Li Chi   Lip Yiu-Dai
 
Props
  Lee Shuk-Sum
 
Presenter
  Law Ka-Fu   Jintana Ferreira
 
Planning
  Pang Chi-Yee
 
Production Manager
  Wong Kung-Shing   Chu Yau-Hung
 
Unit Manager
  Wong Pak-Leung
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  Gold Tortoise is troubled that fairies are having such fun in heaven while people on earth are dying from drought. He mischievously splashes water from the sacred pond, causing an unscheduled rainstorm. Mother of Heaven is furious, but Fairy Kwanyin intercedes for mercy. Under her protection, Gold Tortoise is incarnated as Wong Cho Pin, who is instructed to do 1,000 good deeds before he can return. The young Cho Pin works at tending "sheep" (actually goats !) and loves pretty Siu Lan. But Kwanyin instructs him to learn taoism, so he approaches a wise taoist, under whom he studies Red Pine Gold Sutra for 20 years. Cho Pin wanders the country doing good deeds, among his adventures, Cho Pin battles the greedy Dr Wang.