The Young Rebel Trailer

The Young Rebel Trailer (1975)

08 February 1975 Drama, Action, Foreign 100 mins

When Ti Lung and David Chiang left Shaw Brothers, they returned a year later after learning directing and defied their former studio heroics making films with social leanings. Directed by Ti, The Young Rebel is one such film. Fatherless as a child, Hsiang (Chiang) supports his mother. When gangsters kill his mother, he kills in revenge. Unlike his swordplay heroes, Hsiang admits guilt, expresses sorrow and is imprisoned

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Cast

David Chiang

as Xiang Rong

Ti Lung

as Gen Lai

Chiang Nan

as Mr. Fong

Lin Jing

as Rong's mother

Yuen Siu-Tin

as Rong's sifu

Lo Dik

as Mr. Tou Cheng

Lee Hoi-Sang

as Master Liu

Eddy Ko Hung

as King Ren

Chiang Tao

as Shi Tou/Stone

Fung Ngai

as Long Feng

Wan Man

as Lin Xiu Ping

Crew

Ti Lung

Director

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 08 February 1975

Production Companies

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