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The Fate of Lee Khan
The Fate of Lee Khan
is a 1973 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
wuxia film, directed by King Hu.[1]

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Analysis 4 Releases 5 References 6 External links

Plot[edit] In the film, Wan Jen-mi is a resistance fighter of the Chinese underground who wants to stop Lee Khan from attaining an important map. All of the resistance fighters want to restore Han rule. The villains are Lee Khan and his female partner Wan’er, who want to prevent the resistance fighters achieving victory.[1] Cast[edit]

Li Li-Hua
Li Li-Hua
as Wan Jen-mi Roy Chiao as Tsao Yu-kun Feng Hsu as Lee Wan-erh Ying Bai as Wang Shih Cheng (as Pai Ying) Tien Feng as Lee Khan Angela Mao as Hai Mu-tan (as Mao Ying) Hu Chin (fr) as Shui Mi-tao Helen Ma as Yeh Li-Hsiang Nan Chiang as Liu San-Hu Ying-Chieh Han as Sha Yuan Shan Chia-hsiang Wu as Tavern manager Liu

Analysis[edit] The film is one of the Chinese action films that helped encourage that there be more female action roles.[2] The director King Hu used methods of framing to show action scenes in detail. Close to the end of the film, the director used cutting patterns and edge framing to show how similar all of the fighters' moves are.[3] Hu also filmed The Fate of Lee Khan
The Fate of Lee Khan
back to back with The Valiant Ones.[1] Releases[edit] Titled Ying chun ge zhi Fengbo in its original Taiwan release, the film has had subsequent releases under other titles. It was as Der letzte Kampf des Lee Khan in Germany, as L'auberge du printemps in France, and as Ying chung gok ji fung boh when released in Cantonese in Hong Kong. References[edit]

^ a b c Stephen Teo. "King Hu's The Fate of Lee Khan
The Fate of Lee Khan
and The Valiant Ones". Sense of Cinema. Retrieved December 27, 2011.  ^ Billson, Anne; British Film Institute (2005). Buffy the vampire slayer. Macmillan. p. 12. ISBN 978-1-84457-089-8.  ^ Fu, Poshek; David Desser (2002). The Cinema of Hong Kong: History, Arts, Identity. Cambridge University Press. p. 22. ISBN 978-0-521-77602-8. Retrieved December 27, 2011. 

External links[edit]

The Fate of Lee Khan
The Fate of Lee Khan
at the Internet Movie Database

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Films directed by King Hu

Feature films

Ding yishan (1964) The Story of Sue San (1964) Sons of the Good Earth (1965) Come Drink with Me
Come Drink with Me
(1966) Dragon Inn
Dragon Inn
(1967) A Touch of Zen
A Touch of Zen
(1971) The Fate of Lee Khan
The Fate of Lee Khan
(1973) The Valiant Ones (1975) Raining in the Mountain (1979) Legend of the Mountain (1979) Juvenizer (1981) All the King's Men (1983) The Swordsman (1990) Painted Skin (1993)

Short films

Hsi nou ai le (1970, segment "Anger") The Wheel of Life (198

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