Shanghai 13 Trailer

Shanghai 13 Trailer (1984)

04 February 1984 Horror, Action, Foreign 90 mins

A patriot finds evidence that the government is collaborating with a foreign power. If the people knew about the deception, they would revolt and overthrow the corrupt government. One patriot in office steals the proof and must make it out of the country. He gets assistance from a local rebel leader who is in charge of a motley group of fighters called the Shanghai 13. Not all of them can be trusted, as some of them will turn in the government official. Our weak protagonist must run a gauntlet of the who's who already mentioned.

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Cast

Jimmy Wang Yu

as Black Hat

Ti Lung

as The dock boss

Chiang Sheng

as Ping An, the Smoker

Danny Lee Sau-Yin

as Black Sniper

Chi Kuan-Chun

as Leopard

Chan Sing

as Black Eagle

Lu Feng

as Tiger

Leung Kar-Yan

as Millionaire

Andy Lau

as Student

Crew

Chang Cheh

Director

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 04 February 1984

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