Seven Warriors

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Seven Warriors
SevenWarriors.jpg
US film poster
Traditional 忠義群英
Simplified 忠义群英
Mandarin Zhōngyì Qúnyīng
Cantonese Zung1 Ji6 Kwan4 Jing1
Directed by Terry Tong
Produced by John Shum
Written by Tsang Kan-cheung
Starring Adam Cheng
Jacky Cheung
Max Mok
Tony Leung
Wu Ma
Shing Fui-On
Ben Lam
Lo Lieh
Elaine Jin
Gregory Lee
Yip San
Sammo Hung
Music by Lo Ta-yu
Richard Lo
Tang Siu-lam
Cinematography Gray Ho
Yeung Hok-leung
Terry Tong
Edited by Cheung Kwok-kuen
Cheung Pei-tak
Production
company
Maverick Film
Distributed by Newport Entertainment
Release date
  • 26 August 1989 (1989-08-26)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$6,646,992

Seven Warriors is a 1989 Hong Kong action film directed by Terry Tong and starring Adam Cheng, Jacky Cheung, Max Mok and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai with a guest appearance by Sammo Hung. This film is a homage to the 1954 Japanese film Seven Samurai.

Plot[edit]

The story takes place during the Warlord Era in China where many soldiers became bandits, doing evil nuisances to farmers. In Guangxi, a small village often suffers from bandits robbing and in order to defend their homeland, the villagers hire seven warriors to protect them against bandits infringement. The seven warriors led the villages to prepare for war and together with their combined efforts, they finally defeated the bandits.

Cast[edit]

  • Adam Cheng as General Chik
  • Jacky Cheung as Ching Ka
  • Max Mok as Yung
  • Tony Leung Chiu-Wai as Wong Wai-mo
  • Wu Ma as Old Man
  • Shing Fui-On as Kau
  • Ben Lam as Mau Tin-lui
  • Lo Lieh as Ma Cheng-piu
  • Elaine Jin
  • Gregory Lee as Fung Sau
  • Yip San
  • Sammo Hung as Hung Sap-kan (cameo)
  • Fung Hak-on as Wu Long (cameo)
  • Lisa Chiao Chiao as Aunt Ping cameo)
  • Shum Wai as Master Kam (cameo)
  • Philip Kwok as Ngau
  • Thomas Wong
  • Yeung Sing as bandit
  • Bak Man-biu as Village head
  • Chan King as Hang
  • David Ho as muscle man
  • Yiu Yau-hung as Master Kam's bandit
  • Wong Kwok-fai as villager
  • Leung Sam as villager
  • Ho Chi-moon as villager
  • Kong Long as bandit
  • Wong Ka-leung as bandit and fighter
  • Chui Kin-wah as old fighter
  • Dion Lam as bandit
  • Lam Chi-tai as villager
  • Tam Wai-man as bandit
  • Lau Shung-fung as bandit
  • Chung Wing as thug
  • Ma Yuk-sing as thug
  • Derek Kok as bandit
  • Lam Fu-wah as bandit
  • Choi Hin-cheung as bandit
  • Lee Yiu-king as guard
  • Wan Seung-lam
  • Kong Chuen

Box office[edit]

This film grossed HK$6,646,992 at the Hong Kong box office during its theatrical run from 26 August to 13 September 1989 in Hong Kong.

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