Kid from Kwangtung Trailer

Kid from Kwangtung Trailer (1982)

07 February 1982 Action, Foreign

Respected actor and action choreographer Hsu Hsia didn’t waste his chance to direct — inviting three other kung-fu designers to help on this fight-filled thriller. Wang Yu, co-star of such classics as Dirty Ho and The Kid With A Tattoo, here takes center stage as a young rascal caught between master martial arts actor Jen Shih-kuan (Once Upon A Time In China) and violent Huang Cheng-li (Snake In The Eagle’s Shadow). From there on, it’s one masterful kung-fu bout after another.

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Wong Yu

as He Jiayu

Yuen Tak

as Debao

Yen Shi-Kwan

as Zhang Liyi

Hwang Jang-Lee

as Luo Yihu

Kwan Fung

as Master He

Wong Mei-Mei

as Mrs. Chen

Chung Wa

as Golden Whip, Man Ying Tai

Chiang Kam

as Wu Dezhi

Sharon Yeung Pan-Pan

as Chen Xiaowei

Kwan Hoi-San

as Master Wu Changjiu

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 07 February 1982

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