The Proud Twins (1979)

Movie


The Proud Twins (1979)
Jue dai shuang jiao (original title)

This tale of hidden treasure and a young wushu warrior in the Valley of Villains is considered among the best from director Chu Yuan and celebrated author Ku Lung. Making the production even more special is the presence of international favorite Alexander Fu Sheng.
Hong Kong
IMDb  6.2 /10
Creators
Director Yuen Chor
Writer Yuen Chor
Writer Lung Ku
Information
Release Date1979-07-19
Runtime1h 52mins
GenreAction, Comedy, Romance
Content Rating
Awards
CompanyShaw Brothers
CountryHong Kong
LanguageCantonese, Mandarin
Chiang Hsiao Yu (as Alexander Fu Sheng)
Wai-Kwok Ng
Wai-Kwok Ng
Hua Wu Chueh (as Wei-Kuo Wu)
Tieh Shin Lan (as Hsueh Erh Wen)
Mu Yung Ching (as Pei-Shan Ouyang)
Priest Shen Hsi (Guest star)
Villains' Valley gangleader
Han-Chou Ho
Han-Chou Ho
Chiang Yu Liang (Guest star)
Jen Kwan
Jen Kwan

The Proud Twins (film)

The Proud Twins is a 1979 Hong Kong film adapted from Gu Long's novel Juedai Shuangjiao. The film was directed by Chor Yuen, produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, and starred Alexander Fu and Ng Wai-kwok as the lead characters.


Cast

  • Alexander Fu as Jiang Xiaoyu (Xiaoyu'er)
  • Ng Wai-kwok as Hua Wuque
  • Wong Yung as Yan Nantian
  • Wen Hsueh-erh as Tie Xinlan
  • Susanna Au-yeung as Murong Jing
  • Kitty Meng as Yaoyue
  • Tang Ching as Jiang Biehe / Jiang Qin
  • Ku Kuan-chung as Jiang Yulang
  • Cheng Miu as Wan Chuliu
  • Chan Shen as Ten Villains' chief
  • Lau Wai-ling as Xiao Mimi
  • Jamie Luk
  • Yuen Bun
  • Lun Ga-chun
  • Lam Fai-wong
  • Lee Ging-fan
  • Yeung Chi-hing
  • Ngai Fei
  • Wong Chi-wa
  • Wong Ching-ho
  • Ting Tung
  • Chai Lam
  • Tam Bo
  • Wong Chi-ming
  • Sek Gong
  • Wong Pau-gei
  • Ho Hon-chau
  • Hung Ling-ling
  • Gam Tin-chue
  • Sai Gwa-pau
  • To Wing-leung
  • Kwan Yan
  • Fung Ming
  • Cheung Chok-chow

External links

  • Jue dai shuang jiao on IMDb
  • The Proud Twins at the Hong Kong Movie DataBase
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