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The Golden Hairpin (Part 1) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) VCD

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The Golden Hairpin (Part 1) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10 (5)
All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.6 out of 10 (7)

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Product Title: The Golden Hairpin (Part 1) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) 碧血金釵 (VCD) (上集) (香港版) 碧血金钗 (VCD) (上集) (香港版) 碧血金釵 (VCD) (上集) (香港版) The Golden Hairpin (Part 1) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Connie Chan | Cheung Ying Choi | Shek Kin | Chan Ho Kow | Yu So Chau | Suet Lei | Chen Lie Pin 陳寶珠 | 張英才 | 石堅 | 陳好逑 | 于素秋 | 雪妮 | 陳烈品 陈宝珠 | 张英才 | 石坚 | 陈好逑 | 于素秋 | 雪妮 | 陈烈品 陳寶珠(チャン・ボーチュー) | 張英才 (チョン・インチョイ) | 石堅(シー・キエン) | 陳好逑(チャン・ホーコウ) | 于素秋 (ユー・ソーチャウ) | Suet Lei | Chen Lie Pin Connie Chan | Cheung Ying Choi | Shek Kin | Chan Ho Kow | Yu So Chau | Suet Lei | Chen Lie Pin
Release Date: 2005-03-15
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: No Subtitle
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Disc Format(s): VCD
Publisher: Tien Seng Record Co. Ltd.
Other Information: 4VCDs
Package Weight: 200 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1003974754

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導演:陳烈品
Director: Chan Lit-bun

徐元平大仇未報,偷入少林寺取易筋經,無意中得慧空禪師傳授絕學,還得到一柄寶劍,劍鞘比劍更珍貴。丁玲,丁鳳姐妹倆與金老二合作奪劍,但金奪劍鞘後欲殺她倆,平相救,三人一起追蹤金老二。武林中人齊集洛陽奪南海奇書。玲,鳳叔叔丁燄山見她們與平一起,趕他離開。平於路上遇一馬車隊,策馬者氣燄迫人,平準備跟著他到碧蘿山莊看個究竟。山莊機關重重,一紫衣女出現放玉蜂傷平,但又給他解藥。玲,鳳追至,與平逃到破廟,見金門派綠衣女要殺師兄宋濤,平阻止,綠衣女重傷玲。平取水給丁玲,見紫衣女被吊在樹上火燒,平欲救她,反被她責阻礙她看各路人馬爭奪南海奇書醜態。紫衣女擺竹石陣,各人在陣中神智不清,她又算出丁玲中毒,用金釵將她救回後離去。丁燄山再見平,把他趕走。平又獨自上路。

Tsui Yuen-ping has not taken his revenge. He breaks into the Shaolin Temple to steal the Vessel Strengthening Manuscript and accidentally receives unique feats of fighting from the Buddhist monk Wai Hung. He also obtains a precious sword, the sheath of which is more precious than the sword itself. Two sisters, Ting Ling and Ting Fung, co-operate with Kam Lo-yi to capture the sword. But Kam tries to kill the pair after he has taken the sword's sheath. Tsui saves the sisters and the three of them chase Kam together. The members of the martial arts sector gather together in Lok Yeung with the aim of seizing the Marvellous Book of the South Sea. When the Ting sisters' uncle Ting Yim-shan sees that Tsui is with the sisters, he drives him away. Tsui meets a fleet of carriages on his way. The person who drives the horses is filled with arrogance and Tsui intends to follow him to the Pik Law Mountain Estate to see what actually takes place. The estate is full of traps. One woman in purple clothes appears and sends bees to poison Tsui. But she gives him an antidote afterwards. Ling and Fung arrive after running some distance and then escape with Tsui to a tumble-down temple. There, they see a woman of the Kam Mun School in green clothes trying to kill her senior schoolmate, Sung To. Tsui tries to prevent this, and the woman in green seriously hurts Ling. While Tsui is fetching water for Ling, he sees the woman in purple being hung and burned on a tree. Tsui intends to save her, but is reproved by the woman for obstructing her view of the ludicrous behaviour of the people of various groups in the martial arts sector scrambling for the Marvellous Book of the South Sea. The woman in purple sets up a formation of bamboo and stone, inside which people lose their senses. She also figures out that Ting Ling will be poisoned. She saves Ling by using a gold hairpin and goes away after saving her. Ting Yim-shan drives Tsui away again when he meets him. Tsui thus starts his journey alone.
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10 (5)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.6 out of 10 (7)

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October 6, 2005

This customer review refers to The Golden Hairpin (Part 2) (End) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
VCD Cover is a bit deciving. Customer Review Rated Bad 5 - 5 out of 10
Very similar to the style of Secret Book maybe is from the same author. Again all girls go after the male lead this time instead of Mr Lam Ka Sing is Mr Cheung Ying Choi. Like Secret Book Ms Yu suddenly disappear from the story, it is left with Chan Ho Kow, Connie Chan and a rather stiff acting new commer Suet Lei to fight over their man. Mr Skeh Kin is more suited to be a villain. I would see this film before other better films like The Snowflake Sword.
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Anonymous

July 18, 2005

1 people found this review helpful

Golden Hairpin Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
Very good movie, good acting, good special effect although some scenes are blurred as the picture is not focused well, hope the VCD-producer will correct this short-coming.

Also, the sound quality is not so good, sometimes it is difficult to hear, sometimes it is too loud.
I use 5.1 speaker system and the sound quality has improved as more speakers have compensated the weak sound in some parts of the movie.

In the novel, there are four actress who are all in love with the Principal male role actor.
As this is difficult to handle, the scriptwriter has chopped off one (YU so Chow) at the end of the First part.
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Anonymous

June 15, 2005

1 people found this review helpful

Very Very good Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
The picture quality of this movie box set is exceptionally good compared with that of other old-Cantonese movie box sets produced by the same company, i.e. Tien Sing Records Company. I have, in some previous comments, complained Tien Sing's poor VCD quality.

And, the original movie is comprised of 4 parts, each time span is more than 100 minutes.

As the VCD producer this time have NOT cut any parts of the originals, the plot of the whole story is complete and intact. The black & white picture is very good, except that some shots are blurred (due to the VCD quality, NOT of the original films)

Some parts of the sound are too difficult to hear, such defect also a result of POOR VCD production.

Anyway, as more than 99% of the original scenes have been preserved, I rank this box set 99% good, despite some blurred pictures and weak sound effects in some scenes.
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Anonymous

May 1, 2005

This customer review refers to The Golden Hairpin (Part 2) (End) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Excellent Classic Epic Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
It is good that at long last, this excellent movie classic is on VCD. This swordfighting blockbuster of the 1960s stars some of the biggest names in the Cantonese movie world. Highly recomanded.
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Anonymous

March 23, 2005

1 people found this review helpful

An Excellent Epic Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This is a Blockbuster Four Full-length Feature Film Serial. Shown in the cinemas in 1963-1964 this was an enormous box-office smash hit in the good old days. It's really good to have these 4 episodes on VCD at long last. The VCD Box one contain 2 movies GOLDEN HAIRPIN Part 1 & Part 2. The second Box contain another 2 more movies Part 3 and 4. This is basically a CHEUNG YING-CHOI movie. Pretty Connie Chan Poh Chu is only in Part 2, 3 & 4. She is not in Part 1. A very exciting swordfighting ancient classic -highly recomended. Picture and Sound Quality is suprisingly intact and quite good. Quickly order both the box-sets today. I predict these to be a big seller.
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