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Once Upon a Time in China III  (1992)

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  |    |  Color  |    |  109 Minutes
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The movie Once Upon a Time in China III, released in 1992 and directed by Hark Tsui, was shot on film using Panavision Panaflex Platinum Camera, Panavision Panastar II Camera and Panavision C Series Anamorphic Lenses, Panavision E Series Anamorphic Lenses with Andrew Lau Wai-Keung as cinematographer and editing by Angie Lam, Marco Mak.
Directed by | Hark Tsui
Cinematography by | Andrew Lau Wai-Keung
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Country | Hong Kong
Language | Cantonese, Russian
Genres | Action, Adventure, Biography, History

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Wong Fei-Hung
13th Aunt
Leung Foon
Ghost Foot Seven
Wong Kei-Ying
Chiu Tin-Bai
Lee Hung-Cheung
Master Chiu
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Stunt Team: Lion Dancing
Stunt Team: Lion Dancing
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Stunt Team: Lion Dancing
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Stunt Team: Lion Dancing
Stunt Team: Lion Dancing
Stunt Team: Lion Dancing
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