Overview

Shih Erh (Yuen Biao), a Taoist monk disciple, takes in a scholar named Tsui Hung-Chuen (Lawrence Ng) after he inadvertently burned down his house after battling a demon. Shih Erh and his master Wu Men-Chu (Wu Ma) house and attempt to protect Tsui from the demons and spirits that lurk nearby; however, Tsui encounters a benevolent female ghost named Mo Chiu (Joey Wang), who is confined to the hands of the wicked King Ghost (Elizabeth Lee).

  1. Wu Ma

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Chan Ka-Cheong

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joey Wong

    Joey Wong

    Mo Chiu

  2. Yuen Biao

    Yuen Biao

    Shih Erh

  3. Wu Ma

    Wu Ma

    Wu Men-chu

  4. Lawrence Ng

    Lawrence Ng

    Tsui Hung-Chuen

  5. Elizabeth Lee Mei-Fung

    Elizabeth Lee Mei-Fung

    King Ghost

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Picture of a Nymph
Picture of a Nymph

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Original Title 畫中仙

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 18, 1988
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Cantonese

Runtime 1h 37m

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