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九二神鵰之痴心情長劍 (1992)
Saviour of the Soul II
Alias: 九二神鵰俠侶
Alias: 新神鵰俠侶2
Alias: 神雕俠侶之痴心情長劍
HK-DVD: Savior of the Soul II
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Newport 
Genres: Fantasy  Romantic Comedy  Science Fiction 
Theatrical Run (HK): 09/03/1992 - 09/16/1992
Box Office: HK $9,372,114
  David Lai Dai-Wai
  Corey Yuen Kwai
  John Chan Kin-Chung
  Kim Yip Kwong-Kim
Martial Arts Director
  Yuen Tak
  Jessica Chan Pui-Wah
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... Ching Yan
  Corey Yuen Kwai ... Doctor
  Shirley Kwan Suk-Yi ... Ruby
  Rosamund Kwan Chi-Lam ... Dream Girl
  Lai Chi-Lam ... Tim Chow Ha-Chi
  Richard Ng Yiu-Hon ... King of Evil
  Won Jin ... Kidnapper Goblin
  Asuka Tamami ... Gambling girl
  Jack Wong Wai-Leung ... Extra
  Lee Kin (2) ... Extra
  Hon Ping ... Extra
  Adam Chan Chung-Tai ... Extra
  Chan Sek ... Extra
  Kong Miu-Deng ... Extra
  Tsim Siu-Ling ... Extra
  Fan Chin-Hung ... Extra
  Choi Hin-Cheung ... Extra
Production Company
  Teamwork Production House Limited
  Newport Entertainment Co., Ltd (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Lai Gwok-Wai   Ng Kwan-Yuk   Christina Fon
  Cheung Siu-Kin   Martin Lau Kwok-Wai
Script Supervisor
  Ng Kwan-Yuk
  Bill Wong Chung-Piu   Lee Tak-Wai   Jimmy Leung Chi-Ming (2)
  Tom Lau Moon-Tong
Focus Puller
  Dandy Chan Yiu-Ming   Edmond Fung Yuen-Man   Leung Chi-Nin
  Fong Seung-Fat   William Chan Wai-Lin   Lam Seng-Ming
Art Director
  Raymond Lee King-Man
Costume Designer
  Fung Shui-Lin   Chang Ging-Yin
  Charmaine Yip   Tong Ping
  Cheng Fung-Yin   Kitty Ho Wai-Ying   Nanxy Tong
Hair Stylist
  Law Ka-Wai   Pearl Lai Wai-Kuen   Nanxy Tong
  Chun Yu
  Chan Fong-Tai
Scenic Coordinator
  Butt Yiu-Kwong
  Andrew Tuason
Theme Song Composer
  Andrew Tuason
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah
  Jack Wong Wai-Leung
Stunt Double
  Won Jin
  Lee Yun-Wa   Daniel Yu Wai-Kwok   David Chan Chi-Wai
Production Manager
  Alice Chan Wai-Chung   Tam Chi-San   Chan Lai-San
Associate Production Manager
  Michael Parker
Unit Manager
  Liu Chi-Wai (2)
Still Photographer
  Hui Wai-Tat
  Unlimited Effect (Hong Kong) Ltd.
Special Effects
  Yiu Yau-Hung
Recording Studio
  Mandarin Recording Studio Ltd.
Mixing Studio
  Showreel Film Facilities
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
Cantonese Dialogue
  Lo Hung
  Salon Films (HK) Ltd.
  Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong) Ltd.
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  This story reflects the human sentiments and relationships described by Louis Cha in his famous "Savior" novel. Legend has it that a beautiful Ice Woman lives in the Snowy Mountain. Many people are attracted to the area to look for her, causing the Last Stop In Life Hotel in the Snowy foothills to prosper. Among the guests is Yen, a famous martial arts hero who is very loyal in love. The one drawback to the quest is that nobody has ever returned from Snowy Mountain. Yen often dreams of the Ice Woman, but can never see her face. The innkeeper, who has a crush on him, dresses up as the Ice Woman to entice him. But Yen does not believe her and insists on going up the mountain to search. On the way, he angers the Devil King and is rescued by the Ice Woman. But in doing so, the Ice Woman ages 200 years overnight. Yen still wants to marry her, but the Devil King will not let them leave. Finally, the innkeeper sacrifices herself for Yen, allowing Yen to fight the Devil King in one final battle. [Rim Films Catalog] Ching Yan has dreamt of the same beautiful woman every night for 28 years. With his godson and a mad doctor, he goes to the Life Terminal in search of the Virgin Ice. This quest indirectly leads him to his dream lover.