Legend of the Dragon (film)

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Legend of the Dragon
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Traditional 龍的傳人
Simplified 龙的传人
Mandarin Lóng De Chuán Rén
Cantonese Lung4 Dik1 Cyun4 Jan4
Directed by Danny Lee
Produced by Danny Lee
Screenplay by Law Kam-fai
Story by James Fung
Starring Stephen Chow
Teresa Mo
Bryan Leung
Yuen Wah
Music by Philip Chan
Tang Siu-lam
Cinematography Abdul M. Rumjahn
Andrew Lau
Tony Miu
Edited by Ma Chung-yiu
Production
company
Magnum Films
Distributed by Golden Princess Amusement
Release date
  • 7 March 1991 (1991-03-07)
Running time
96 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
English
Box office HK$23,762,012

Legend of the Dragon is a 1990 Hong Kong action-comedy film directed by Danny Lee, starring Stephen Chow, Teresa Mo, Bryan Leung and Yuen Wah.

Plot[edit]

Chow plays a naive young kung fu student, who leaves his rural home on a small island to find his fortune in Hong Kong under the dubious guidance of his uncle (Bryan Leung), who cons him into using his natural skills as a snooker player for the uncle's financial gain. The film also stars real world six-time world snooker finalist Jimmy White as Chow's final opponent.

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