Snuff Bottle Connection

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Snuff Bottle Connection
Directed by Dung Gam-woo
Lau Lap-lap
Produced by Johnny Lee Man-yiu
Written by Tue Liang-tee
Starring Hwang Jang Lee
John Liu
Roy Horan
Music by Chow Lan-ping
Cinematography Lin Wen-chin
Edited by Poon Hung-yiu
Distributed by Fortuna Film Company
Release date(s)
  • 15 September 1977 (1977-09-15)
Running time 91 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin
Box office HK $1,012,351.20

Snuff Bottle Connection (Chinese: 神腿鐵扇功) is a 1977 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Dung Gam-woo and Lau Lap-lap, and starring Hwang Jang Lee and John Liu. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 15 September 1977.

Plot[edit]

The Russians are consorting with the traitorous Manchus, who plan to turn over a map of the strategic points the Russians could use to invade Chinese territories. So, with the hope that he can sniff out their pan and the traitors (and not get killed like their first spy), the government sends out Chow Tien (John Lui) to investigate and spy on the visiting Russian General, Tolstoy (Roy Horan), and his lackeys. Since Tolstoy is a pistol expert, Tien gets his brother Ko (Yip Fei Yang), who is a dagger expert, and his tag along kid (Wong Yat Lung) to help aide him. Soon the plot reveals a traitorous magistrate and the key figure behind it all (Hwang Jang Lee), but the method by which the Manchu’s identify themselves to the Russians, a rare snuff bottle, is stolen by Tien and his cohorts. But, Tein and crew are in the midst of enemies and must fight their way out alone in a desperate bid to save China and bring the traitors down.

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External links[edit]

Snuff Bottle Connection at the Internet Movie Database