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Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei

Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987) Movie Poster
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Hong Kong / West Germany  •    •  90m  •    •  Directed by: Teddy Robin Kwan.  •  Starring: Samuel Hui, Lung Ti, Teddy Robin Kwan, Joey Wang, Alan Kuo, Bruce Baron, Chun-kun Chan, Shun Chien, Eva Cobo, Krishna Jaganath, Shun Kim, Blackie Shou Liang Ko, Jun-fung Lam..
      A writer gets involved by an adventurer friend in the search for a legendary object: a golden pearl left in a Buddhist monastery by a dragon.

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Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Image from: Wai Si-Lei Chuen Kei (1987)
Wisely, the famous writer-adventurer, is tricked by his friend (played by Teddy Robin Kwan, the film's director) into helping him steal the dragon pearl. Sam Hui plays Wisely in this big budget HK movie, with production units filming some scenes by the Great Pyramids, and many scenes in Nepal. There are car chases and crashes, chases by horsemen and plenty of fights along the way. The Legend of Wisely is a live action comic book. A lot of effort went into making this movie, and it shows as Wisely goes from one hazard to another, a HK version of Indiana Jones. If you can, see the Universe DVD version of this movie, a widescreen transfer that highlights the panoramic views of the Himalayas in Nepal, where much of the on location action takes place.

Review by gerrytwo from the Internet Movie Database.