The Crimson Charm

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The Crimson Charm
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Traditional 血符門
Simplified 血符门
Mandarin Xué Fú Mén
Directed by Huang Feng
Produced by Runme Shaw
Written by Huang Feng
Starring Ivy Ling Po
Shih Szu
Chang Yi
Ku Feng
Wang Hsieh
Fang Mien
James Nam
Wong Ching-ho
James Tien
Lee Ka-ting
Music by Wang Fu-ling
Cinematography Danny Lee
Edited by Chiang Hsing-lung
Production
company
Distributed by Shaw Brothers Studio
Release date
  • 16 July 1971 (1971-07-16)
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

The Crimson Charm is a 1971 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Huang Feng and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio.

Plot[edit]

The film is the tale of a noble swordsman and a one-armed swordswoman who find themselves up against the evil Crimson Charm gang of thieves and thugs.

Cast[edit]

  • Ivy Ling Po as Yu Fang-fang
  • Shih Szu as Chiang Shang-ching
  • Chang Yi as Han Yu
  • Ku Feng as Crimson chief Lin Han-su
  • Wang Hsieh as Yellow-gowned Chief Tsao Kang
  • Fang Mien as Chief Chiang Tzu-chao
  • James Nam as Blood Master Ling Wu-lui
  • Wong Ching-ho as Godly Sword
  • James Tien as Red-gowned Chief Au-yang Kwun
  • Lee Ka-ting as Leader Wang Yi
  • Chow Siu-loi as White-gowned Chief Fei Tung-yang
  • Little Unicorn as Black-gowned Chief
  • Hung Lau as White Face King of Hades Kwok Siu-wai
  • Wong Wai as Leader Yan
  • Liu Kei as Chiang Hsiao
  • Ling Siu as Man Yan-ho
  • Raymond Lui as Tsao Kang's son
  • Ng Ming-choi as Crimson Charm messenger / thug
  • Yeung Chak-lam as Crimson Charm messenger / thug
  • Chin Yuet-sang as Crimson Charm messenger / thug
  • Sammo Hung as Crimson Charm thug
  • Chin Chun as Crimson Charm thug
  • Lam Ching-ying as Crimson Charm thug
  • Wong Chi-ming as Crimson Charm thug
  • Cham Siu-hung as Crimson Charm thug
  • Leung Seung-wan as Crimson Charm thug
  • Siu Lo-fu as Crimson Charm thug
  • Yee Kwan as Innkeeper
  • Tsang Choh-lam as Xiao Fu, inn waiter
  • Luk Chuen as Chao's disciple
  • Wu Chi-chin as Chao's disciple
  • Wu Por as Chao's disciple
  • Sham Chin-bo as Chao's disciple
  • Pao Chia-wen as Chao's disciple
  • To Wing-leung as Chao's servant
  • Leung Lung as Servant of lady in mourning / thug
  • Man Sau as Grand Teacher
  • Cheung Sek-au as Passerby / Inn customer

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