Brothers Five

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Brothers Five
BrothersFive.jpg
Film poster
Traditional 五虎屠龍
Simplified 五虎屠龙
Mandarin Wǔ Hǔ Tú Lóng
Directed by Lo Wei
Produced by Runme Shaw
Written by Ni Kuang
Lo Wei
Music by Wang Fu-ling
Cinematography Wu Cho-hua
Edited by Chiang Hsing-lung
Production
company
Distributed by Shaw Brothers Studio
Release date
  • 26 March 1970 (1970-03-26)
Running time
109 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

Brothers Five is a 1970 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Lo Wei and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio. Cheng Pei-pei plays the role of Yen Lai, a woman who must reunite the Kao brothers to rid the Teng Lung Manor of killers whilst avenging the murder of their father.

Cast[edit]

  • Cheng Pei-pei as Miss Yen Hsing-kung
  • Lo Lieh as Kao Hsia
  • Chang Yi as Scholar Kao Chih
  • Yueh Hua as Valet Kao Wei
  • Chin Han as Blacksmith Kao Hao
  • Kao Yuen as Security chief Kao Yung
  • Tien Feng as Master Lung Cheng-feng
  • Unicorn Chan as Flying Fork Wang
  • Wang Hsieh as Wang Liao'er
  • Sammo Hung as Chu, escort service man
  • Ku Feng as Lord Wan Bo-fu
  • James Tien as Master Ting Zhi-shan
  • Nam Wai-lit as Li Xiaosan
  • Chin Chun as Wang's thug
  • Lee Wan-chung as Butler Teng
  • Lee Ka-ting as Master Yau
  • Chow Siu-loi as Wang Fat
  • Lee Sau-kei as Lung's servant
  • Tsang Choh-lam as waiter
  • Chu Gam as waiter
  • Hao Li-jen as villager
  • To Man-bo
  • Someno Yukio as escort service man
  • Ling Hon as servant
  • Luk Chuen as Wan's man
  • Wu Chi-chin as Lung's gate guard
  • Yeung Chak-lam as Lung's gate guard
  • Kwan Yan as restaurant customer
  • Wong Chi-ming as one of the Weird Eight
  • Kei Ho-chiu as Lung's thug
  • Hoh Wan as Lung's bodyguard
  • Wong Kung-miu as villager
  • Goo Chim-hung as villager
  • Lam Yuen
  • Gam Tin-chue
  • Lam Ching-ying
  • Sham Chin-bo
  • Fuk Yan-cheng

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