Moon Warriors

Moon Warriors is a 1992 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Sammo Hung, written by Alex Law and starring Andy Lau, Kenny Bee, Anita Mui and Maggie Cheung.

Moon Warriors
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MandarinZhàn Shén Chuán Shuō
CantoneseZin3 San4 Cyun4 Syut3
Directed bySammo Hung
Produced byJessica Chan
Written byAlex Law
StarringAndy Lau
Kenny Bee
Anita Mui
Maggie Cheung
Music byMark Lui
James Wong
Sherman Chow
CinematographyArthur Wong
Cheung Man-po
Tam Chi-wai
Edited byKam Ma
Distributed byNewport Entertainment (Hong Kong)
Release date
  • 19 December 1992 (1992-12-19)
Running time
83 minutes
CountryHong Kong
Box officeHK$11,159,986 (in 1992)

HK$27,000,000 (in 1993)

Total over HK$38,159,986


Fei is a simple fisherman, who still possesses great sword-fighting prowess. He ends up foiling an assassination attempt against 13th Prince and helping him in an attempt to regain the throne from his evil brother. Yuet-nga and Mo-sin appear as the prince's wife-to-be and aide, while adding their talents to the film's numerous swordplay sequences. The film ending was also a tragic situation.


  • Andy Lau as Fei
  • Kenny Bee as 13th Prince
  • Anita Mui as Princess Yuet-nga
  • Maggie Cheung as Mo-sin
  • Kelvin Wong as 14th Prince
  • Chang Yi as Lord Lan-ling
  • Chin Ka-lok as 13th Prince's bodyguard
  • Heung Lui
  • Tam Wai as 14th Prince's killer in bamboo forest
  • Ng Biu-chuen
  • Wong Man-kit
  • Lam Wai-kong
  • Sam Mei-yiu
  • Law Yiu-hung
  • Lui Tat as Villager
  • Mak Wai-cheung as Kite killer
  • Hsiao Ho as Kite killer
  • Leo Tsang as Beheaded official
  • Hon Ping as Kite killer
  • Cheung Wing-cheung
  • Hoi Wai as Neptune

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Theme song

  • You and I Are the Most Freedom (最自由是我和你)


  1. "Moon Warriors". Retrieved 30 July 2010.
  2. "Moon Warriors". Retrieved 30 July 2010.
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