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Naval Commandos

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Naval Commandos

Hai jun tu ji dui (Naval Commandos)
Directed by Chang Cheh
Liu Weibin
Wu Ma
Starring Philip Kwok
Lu Feng
Chiang Sheng
Release date(s) April 7, 1977
Country Hong Kong Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Naval Commandos is a Shaw Brothers film directed by Chang Cheh, who is famous for his martial arts cinematography, but ventured into military combat action with the production of this war movie based upon the War of Resistance/WWII (1937-45).


The Chinese Navy led by its captain (Ti Lung) is attempting to defend its coastline from a Japanese attack, they send their commando unit led by Szu Shih into the mainland to enlist help to thwart the Japanese before they attack. Japanese officers have been hanging out in a place owned by David Chiang and his hot-headed body guard Fu Sheng but they are secretly opposed to the Japanese. The commandos enlist the help of Chiang and Sheng to kill the Japanese officers led by Shan Mao and destroy their attacking ships.


  • Ti Lung – Chinese Naval Captain
  • Szu Shih – Commando leader
  • David Chiang – Local Boss
  • Fu Sheng – Body guard
  • Shan Mao – Japanese Naval Captain
  • Kuo Chui – Commando
  • Chiang Sheng – Commando
  • Lu Feng - Commando

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