Secret Service of the Imperial Court Trailer

Secret Service of the Imperial Court Trailer (1984)

19 October 1984 Action, Foreign 87 mins

Secret Service of the Imperial Court was one of the last kung fu/swordplay films to be made at Hong Kong's Shaw Bros. studio. Set in the Ming Dynasty, it makes excellent use of the studio's vast array of sprawling sets and colorful costumes to give a real period flavor. It has a good cast, lots of large-scale fight action and an exciting storyline about a conflict between an honorable officer and a corrupt Eunuch.

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Cast

Leung Kar-Yan

as Sgt Zhao Bufa

Ku Feng

as Captain Zhao Wuyi

Lo Meng

as Zhao Buqun

Lo Lieh

as Zhao Wuji

International Titles

Jǐn Yī Wèi Trailer

Im Geheimdienst des gelben Drachen Trailer

錦衣衛 Trailer

锦衣卫 Trailer

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International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 19 October 1984

Production Companies

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