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孔雀王子 (1989)
The Peacock King
Alias: Legend of the Phoenix
Japanese title: Kujaku Oh
Alias: Peacock Prince
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Fantasy 
Theatrical Run (HK): 02/13/1989 - 03/03/1989
Box Office: HK $10,090,801
 
Director
  Lam Nai-Choi
 
Screenwriters
  Frank Kong Heung-Sang
  Shirley Woo Suet-Lai
  Edward Tang Ging-Sang
 
Martial Arts Directors
  Stephen Tung Wai
  Phillip Kwok Chun-Fung
 
Producer
  Chua Lam
 
 
Cast
  Yuen Biao ... Monk Peacock
  Gloria Yip Wan-Yee ... Ashura
  Pauline Wong Siu-Fung ... Witch Raga
  Mikami Hiroshi ... Monk Lucky Fruit
  Eddy Ko Hung ... Master Ku Fong
  Gordon Liu Chia-Hui ... Kubira
  Yasuda Narumi ... Miss Okada
  Ogata Ken ... Master Ji Ku
  Kara Hui Ying-Hung ... Peacock/Lucky Fruit's mother
  Phillip Kwok Chun-Fung ... Peacock/Lucky Fruit's father
  Hidari Tonpei ... Dept. Store's manager
  Yuen Bun    
  Cheung Kwok-Wah ... Kubira's man
  Siu Tak-Foo ... Kubira's man
  Yeung Sing (1) ... Kubira's man
  Lee Hung (3)    
  Yuen Miu ... Kubira's man
  Chiu Jun-Chiu ... Taxi driver
  Ken Boyle ... Archeologist
  Cheung Yiu-Sing ... Kubira's man
  Fei Pak ... Policeman [extra]
  Kwok Bei-Dak ... [Extra]
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest Productions
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
2nd Unit Director
  Kenny Ha Sau-Hin
 
Assistant Director
  Ho Ka-Wah (1)   Charlie Hau Kit-Fai   Shirley Woo Suet-Lai
  Lung Tin-Sang
 
Story
  Ogino Makoto
 
Script Supervisor
  Shirley Woo Suet-Lai
 
Cinematographers
  Kwan Chi-Kan (1)   Au Gaam-Hung   Lam Wah-Chiu
  Philip Ma Kam-Cheung   Lee San-Yip
 
Focus Puller
  Au Bong-Kwok
 
Lighting
  Yuen Teng-Bong   Lau Tit-Chi (2)
 
Best Boy
  Dick Tung Wai-Keung
 
Art Director
  Tanaka Takao   Eddie Ma Poon-Chiu
 
Art Assistant
  Chin Yiu-Hang
 
Costume Designer
  Shirley Chan Koo-Fong
 
Costume Assistant
  Dora Ng Lei-Lo   Chan Mei-Moon
 
Makeup
  Joyce Yeung Choi-Fung   Chan Yuk-Yee
 
Hair Stylist
  Julian Yeung Chun-Man   Ho Chi-Hang
 
Editor
  Chiang Hsing-Lung
 
Props
  Cheng Chak-Wing   Lai Pak-Shing
 
Scenery
  Butt Yiu-Kwong
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Music
  Yoshino Maki
 
Assistant Martial Arts Director
  Chu Ko   Ailen Sit Chun-Wai
 
Presenter
  Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung   Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
Film Coordinator
  Susanna Tsang   Johnathan Chow Chun-Tung
 
Production Manager
  Au Kam-Ping   Chan Lee-Wah   Lam Fai-Wong
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Hung Siu-Lai   Chan Hung-Kong
 
Unit Manager
  Addi Ng Kam-Chiu   Chut Shui-Cheong
 
Still Photographer
  Lam Fai-Wong
 
Post-Production
  Simon Leung Chi-Wa
 
Dialogue
  Alexander Lee Chung-Keung
 
 
Summary
  This Chinese-Japanese co-production is a timeless story with state-of-the-art designs and special effects. Set in the present day, its valiant young heroes battle their mythological foes through the streets of Tokyo and Hong Kong. The beautiful Ashura holds the only key to The Gates of Hell, where its King is imprisoned. But Ashura has been asleep for centuries. When the evil Raga awakens her and tries to steal the key, it is up to two young monks to foil Raga's plan. [Rim Films Catalog]