Peking Opera Blues Trailer

Peking Opera Blues Trailer (1986)

06 September 1986 Action, Comedy 104 mins

The film is set in 1913 Beijing, during Yuan Shikai's presidency of the Republic of China. It depicts the adventures of a team of unlikely heroines: Tsao Wan, a patriotic rebel who dresses as a man; Sheung Hung, a woman in search of a missing box of jewels; and Pat Neil, the daughter of a Peking Opera impresario.

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Cast

Brigitte Lin

as Tsao Wan

Sally Yeh

as Pat Neil

Cherie Chung

as Sheung Hung

Kenneth Tsang

as General Tsao

Mark Cheng Ho-Nam

as Ling Pak Hoi

Wu Ma

as Mr. Wong

Wu Ma

as Boss Wong

Paul Chun

as Fa Gum-Sao

Paul Chun Pui

as Fa Kam Siu

Mark Cheng

as Ling Pak-Hoi

Ku Feng

as Commander Liu

Kenneth Tsang

as General Cho

Ging Man Fung

as General Tsao's officer

Huang Ha

as General Tun

Poon Hang-Sang

as Theatre doorman

Crew

Tsui Hark

Director

International Titles

Peking Action Blues Trailer

Peking Action Blues (1986) Trailer

Peking Opera Blues Trailer

刀馬旦 Trailer

Dao ma dan Trailer

Do ma daan Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 10 November 1986

Hong Kong 06 September 1986

United States 06 September 1986

Production Companies

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