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'''The Enchantress''' (''Yao hun'') ([[:Category:1983|1983]], [[:Category:Hong Kong|Hong Kong]]) is a [[:Category:Martial Arts|Martial Arts]]-[[:Category:Action/Adventure|Action]]-Fantasy film directed by Yuen Chor.
'''The Enchantress''' (''Yao hun'') ([[:Category:1983|1983]], [[:Category:Hong Kong|Hong Kong]]) is a [[:Category:Martial Arts|Martial Arts]]-[[:Category:Action/Adventure|Action]]-Fantasy film directed by Yuen Chor.
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The Enchantress (Yao hun) (1983, Hong Kong) is a Martial Arts-Action-Fantasy film directed by Yuen Chor.

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Main Details

  • Released on January 1, 1983
  • Color
  • Running time: 88 minutes
  • Production Co.: Shaw Brothers
  • Directed by Yuen Chor.
  • Written by Ying Wong
  • Starring: Siu Chung Mok, Jing-Jing Yung, Chau-Wah Yim


Plot Summary

  • Max Mok is the dashing young swordsman Feng Xiwu who arrives at a beautiful, but deadly location known as Moonlit Sky to investigate rumors of deaths and disappearances there.
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