"Little Dragon Maiden" a.k.a. (The Brave Archer 5) (1983)
Little Dragon Maiden, also known as 楊過與小龍女, Little Dragon Maid and Yeung Goh Yue Siu Lung Lui is a 1983 Hong Kong film adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Return of the Condor Heroes. Little Dragon Maiden and The Brave Archer and His Mate (1982) are seen as unofficial sequels to the Brave Archer film trilogy (The Brave Archer, The Brave Archer 2 and The Brave Archer 3).
(Synopsis): New wave, gravity-defying action! This film itelligently mixes the old with the new to create magic as kung fu fighting veterans Chen Kuan Tai and Lo Lieh joined relative newcomer Leslie Cheung in a far-out, costume-action love story that really cooks.
Overview: When Hong Kong's new wave, gravity-defying action style hit the scene in the early 1980s, so did a new wave of actors: Canto-pop stars. "Little Dragon Maiden" intelligently mixed the old with the new to create pure golden magic as kung fu fighting veterans Chen Kuan Tai and Lo Lieh joined relative newcomer Leslie Cheung in a far-out, costume-action love story that really cooks. Cheung garnered international recognition in John Woo's "A Better Tomorrow".
Starring: Leslie Cheung Kwok, Wing, Mary Jean Reimer, Chen Kuan Tai, Lau Suet Wah, Tien Ni, Lung Tien Hsiang, Goo Goon Chung, Ku Feng
Directed by: Hua Shan, Produced by: Mona Fong, Action Director: Benz Kong To Hoi, Running Time: 95 minutes, Languages: Mandarin, Subtitles: English, Features: Widescreen 16:9,Dolby Digital, Region Coding: All Region, Production company: Shaw Brothers Studio, Release date: 2 December 1983