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The White-snake Girl (Part 2)    (1960)

Director :
Wong Fung (2)

Music :
Law Bo Sang

 
Other titles : 銀屏太子陰陽河會妻 (HK Title)
Bai she nu sui shi huan nie zhai da jie ju
Bai she nu xia ji da jie ju
Yin ping tai zi yin yang he hui qi
Country : Hong Kong
Film Company : Kowloon Film Co, Xingguang Film Company
Genre : Chinese opera / Fantasy
Video : Black & White
Audio : Speaking (Cantonese)
 
 Cast :  
Mak Bing Wing
Tang Pik Wan
Fung Wong Nui
Chan Gam Tong
Gam Siu Fung
Lee Heung Kam
Sai Gwa Paau
Wong Chin Feng
Lai Kwan Lin
Ching Lai
       
 
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Plot

In ancient China. Prince Kam-ling is enchanted by the Queen Fox to kill his father and seize his crown. Fox poisons Kam-ling's brother Ngan-ping, rendering him stupid, deaf and dumb. She also chops off the left arm of Ngan-ping's lover, Princess Choi-luen. The two lovers are separated from each other after the tragedy and they come across each other again. Choi-luen is so keen to save her lover that she sneaks back into the palace, hoping to steal the medicine to cure Ngan-ping. However, she falls into the trap of the Fox.
 
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Director :
Wong Fung (2)
 
 Cast : (when available)  (Hide) (full cast & crew)

Tang Pik Wan

Chan Gam Tong

Lee Heung Kam

Sai Gwa Paau

Wong Chin Feng

Ching Lai
 
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