Cat vs Rat

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Cat vs. Rat)
Jump to: navigation, search
Cat vs. Rat
movie poster
Traditional 御貓三戲錦毛鼠
Simplified 御猫三戏锦毛鼠
Mandarin Yù Māo Sān Xì Jĭn Máo Shŭ
Cantonese Jyu6 Maau1 Saam1 Hei3 Gam2 Mou4 Syu2
Directed by Liu Chia-liang
Produced by Mona Fong
Written by I Kuang
Starring Alexander Fu Sheng
Adam Cheng
Kara Hui
Hsiao Ho
Gordon Liu
Lydia Shum
Lau Kar-wing
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Cat vs. Rat is a Shaw Brothers martial arts-comedy film directed by Lau Kar Leung, starring Alexander Fu, Adam Cheng, Kara Hui and Hsiao Ho. The plot is loosely based on the 19th century wuxia classic novel The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants.


Baak Juktong and Zin Ciu were martial arts students of the same sifu, Si Daatfu. They quarreled and fought incessantly over who had the most powerful kungfu. Baak saved the emperor, traveling in the region in plain clothes, but did not believe his identity when the emperor offered him officialdom. Later, Zin also saved the emperor, who appointed him imperial sword-bearing guard with the title "Royal Cat". Jealous and infuriated, especially because his nickname was "Brocade-Coated Rat" (rats were known as cat food), Baak and his four sworn brothers — Zoeng Ping the "River-Overturning Rat", Ceoi Hing the "Mountain-Boring Rat", Hon Zoeng the "Earth-Piercing Rat" and Lou Fong the "Sky-Penetrating Rat" — plotted to steal the imperial jade seal from the emperor to embarrass Zin.

Cast and Characters (in order of appearance)[edit]

Note: The characters' names are in Cantonese (Jyutping) romanisation. Mandarin (Pinyin) romanisation is included in parentheses when helpful.

External links[edit]