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百忍道場 (1971)
The Ghost's Sword
Origin: Taiwan
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date (HK): 07/30/1971
 
Director
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
 
Screenwriters
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
  Lin Yu-Yuan
 
Martial Arts Director
  Lin Yu-Chuan
 
Producer
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
 
original movie poster (image provided by Toby Russell)
 
Cast
  Chiang Nan (2) ... Lung Ta-Chien
  Lu Ping ... Master Kwan Chien
  Ko Yu-Min ... 'Superintendent' Wang Yi-Cheng
  Su Chen-Ping ... Ching Erh (Kwan Hsiao-Ching)
  Julie Lee Chi-Lun ... Lady of Ling Shan
  Tian Ming ... Meng Chi-Yuan
  Ho Yu-Hua ... Yuo Ping, Kwan's wife
  Wa Luen ... Li Hsiao-Feng
  Yuan Shen ... Liu Chung
  Yueh Feng ... Boss Liu Tien-Fu
  Wang Hsiang ... Yin Tung-Po (fighter duo)
  Kang Ming ... 1st instructor Shang Yu
  Lui Woon-Suen ... 2nd instructor Liu Hao-Sen
  Su Chin-Lung ... 3rd instructor Yen Khan
  Li Min-Lang ... 4th instructor Liu Chuen-Ching
  Yue Fan (1)    
  Cheung Lui (4)    
  Shao Lo-Hui ... Ling Shan Lady's master
  Liu Wen-Hsiung ... 'Fatal Parachute' Knight Chao
  Wan Jie (1) ... Lung's master 'Uncle Chen'
  Ching Chiu-Mei    
  Wang Chiu-Hsiong ... School instructor
  Liu Fen ... Teahouse Boss Li
  Kung Cheng-Hsiang    
  Ou-Yang Qi    
  Huang Hsing-San    
  Yi Yuan ... Dare devil [flashback/Intro]
  Chiang Pin ... [Guest in Flashback/Intro]
 
Production Company
  Hong Hwa International Films (H.K.) Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Kong Kei (1)   So Chung-Shing (2)
 
Story
  Joseph Kuo Nan-Hong
 
Script Supervisor
  Hsu Chin-Wen
 
Cinematographer
  Wong Shui-Cheung
 
Lighting
  Chung Man-Hung
 
Makeup
  Chou Chiu-Yueh
 
Editor
  Sung Ming (1)
 
Sound Recordist
  Chang Hua (1)
 
Music
  Eddie H. Wang Chi-Ren
 
Production Manager
  Sung Kong-Lung
 
Filming Location
  Taiwan
 
 
Summary
  Sequel to "Sorrowful to a Ghost" - the first minute is a flashback to the final scene