The Brave Archer and His Mate

Genres: Action, Drama
Guo Jing and Huang Rong return to Peach Blossom Island and are shocked to see that Guo's first martial arts teachers, the "Seven Freaks of Jiangnan", have all been murdered except for Ke Zhen'e. Guo Jing is tricked into believing that Huang Rong's father, Huang Yaoshi, is responsible for the murders and he attempts to avenge his teachers by fighting Huang Yaoshi. The intelligent Huang Rong eventually uncovers the truth and reveals that the murders are actually part of a plot masterminded by Ouyang Feng and Yang Kang. Ouyang and Yang want to make Guo Jing and Huang Yaoshi kill each other and Yang can learn Ouyang's newly mastered skills from the fake copy of the Nine Yin Manual.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1982-02-25
Run time: 100 minute / 1:40
Director: Chang Cheh
Production Company : Shaw Brothers
Production Country: Hong Kong


Alexander Fu Sheng
as Yang Guo
Gigi Wong
as Huang Yung
Philip Kwok Chun-Fung
as Kuo Tsing
Chin Siu-Ho
as Wu Sau Man
Lung Tien-Hsiang
as Yang Kang
Wong Lik
as Ouyang Fung, Western Poison
Chiang Sheng
as Prince of Fu To
Lily Li Li-Li
as Fifth Teacher
Candy Wen Xue-Er
as Fu Er
Kwan Fung
as Huang, Eastern Devil
Lam Sau-Kwan
as Mu Nian Zhi
Danny Lee Sau-Yin
as Ouyang Ke
Lau Fong-Sai
as Wu Dun Yu
Chu Ko
as Da Er Ba
Yu Tai-Ping
as Temple guard
Siao Yuk
as Temple guard
Lam Chi-Tai
as Temple guard
Ngai Tim-Choi
as Temple guard
Lu Feng
as Priest Chi King
Wong Ching-Ho
as Priest Wang
Wang Han-Chen
as Priest Ma
Chan Shen
as Senior Teacher Or
Wai Wang
as Priest Yao
Ailen Sit
as Yang Kang's thug
Ting Tung
as Peach Island's guard
Chiang Hsing-Lung Editor

Louis Cha Novel
Ni Kuang Writer

Mona Fong Producer

Yen Hai Li Editor

Chang Cheh Director

Chang Cheh Writer

Cho Wai-Kei Director of Photography

Johnson Tsao Chuang-Sheng Art Direction

Eddie H. Wang Chi-Ren Original Music Composer All About Movies © 2020

Powered by: