Come Fly the Dragon

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Come Fly the Dragon
Hong Kong VCD cover
Traditional 反斗馬騮
Simplified 反斗马骝
Mandarin Fǎn Dòu Mǎ Liú
Cantonese Faan2 Dau2 Maa2 Lau1
Directed by Eric Tsang
Produced by Keung Leung-kam
Poon Cheung-chuen
Wallace Cheung
Screenplay by Ng Hong-keung
Lau Tai-muk
Cheung Tat-ming
Yiu Hing-hong
Starring Andy Lau
Tony Leung
Michael Miu
Shing Fui-On
Frankie Chan
Fennie Yuen
Music by Richard Lo
Cinematography Tom Lau
Ho Yung-ching
Edited by Wong Chau-kwai
Movie Impact
Distributed by Newport Entertainment
Release date
15 April 1993 (1993-04-15)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$6,878,943

Come Fly the Dragon is a 1993 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Eric Tsang and starring Andy Lau and Tony Leung. Lau and Leung, alongside co-star Michael Miu, were three of the Five Tiger Generals of TVB in the 1980s.


Taiwan's uprising gang leader Lee Yan-chak uses violence to wipe out Taiwan's competing forces and won Asia's largest arms smuggling market. Because the smuggling group is powerfully armed, the military decided to set up a special group, where the leader chooses fighting pilots Chow Chun-kit and Lau Ka-lun to be trained by Colonel Ng. Kit was sent undercover to investigate on Lee's evidence of crime. Subsequently, Lee's men notices Kit. Lee also notices Kit's hale personality and takes him under his wing. In a choice of his task and his personal relationship, Kit chose task as the main importance and assisted the Special Force in infiltrating the arms base, while Lee plays dead and escapes from the law.


  • Andy Lau as Chow Chun-kit
  • Tony Leung Chiu-Wai as Lau Ka-lun
  • Fennie Yuen as Lee Wai-kuen
  • Michael Miu as Chiu
  • Frankie Chan as Lee Yan-chak
  • Shing Fui-On as Lee Yan-chak's henchman
  • Norman Chu as Colonel Ng
  • Ben Lam as Leung Wai-man
  • Lee Chi-hei as Lee Kwok-man
  • Chui Sing-yee as Sze Hon
  • Choi Chung-chau
  • Lam Kai-man
  • Tsang Man-cheong
  • Chan Yiu-wing
  • Chu Kwan-yeung
  • Lam Kwong-chun

Theme song[edit]

  • Happy Monkey (開心的馬騮)

Box office[edit]

The film grossed HK$6,878,943 at the Hong Kong box office during its theatrical run from 15 to 29 April 1993 in Hong Kong.

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