The Double Crossers

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The Double Crossers (Gui ji shuang xiong) (1976, Hong Kong/Indonesia) is a Martial Arts-Action-Crime-Drama film directed by Chang-hwa Jeong.


Main Details

  • Released on August 13, 1976 (Hong Kong)
  • Color
  • Running time: 90 minutes
  • Production Co.: Golden Harvest | Isetase Films
  • Written and directed by: Chang-hwa Jeong
  • Starring: Fun-Ti Ai, Michael Wai-Man Chan, Pei-Shan Chang, Sammo Hung, Hsiung Chao
  • Producer: Raymond Chow

Plot Summary

  • Detective Lung is investigating the murder of his father and discovers his father belonged to a syndicate of smugglers. He finds out the murderer used to be his father's business partner and that he's now living in Hong Kong under a new name (Wang). Lung tries to lure Wang to Bali where he hopes to get his revenge


  • Deadly bait in Bali

Also known as

  • Gui ji shuang xiong
  • Caminhos Cruzados
  • Le grand Piege
  • Kung-Fu Killer (Germany)

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