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Dragon Gate Inn

R1 DVD cover
Directed by King Hu
Produced by Sha Jung-Feng
Written by King Hu
Starring Polly Shang-Kwan
Hsu Feng
Shih Jun
Pai Ying
Cho Kin
Music by Chow Lan-Ping
Cinematography Hua Hui-ying
Wu Dajiang
Editing by Chen Hung Min
Distributed by Union Film
Release date(s) November 18, 1971 (Hong Kong)
Running time 200 min
Country Taiwan
Language Mandarin

Dragon Gate Inn (TC: 龍門客棧, SC: 龙门客栈, pinyin: Lóng mén kè zhàn), also known as Dragon Inn, is a 1966 Taiwan wuxia film directed by King Hu.

The film was remade in 1992, as New Dragon Gate Inn.


Zhao, the Emperor's first eunuch, has successfully bested General Yu, his political opponent. The General was beheaded but his remaining children have been exiled out of China. As the children are being escorted to the western border of the Chinese empire, Zhao plots to have the children killed. Zhao's secret police lay in ambush at the desolate Dragon Gate Inn. Kung Fu expert Xiao shows up at the inn, wanting to meet the innkeeper. Unknown to the secret police is that the innkeeper, Wu Ming, was one of the General's lieutenants and has summoned Xiao to help the children. A brother-sister martial-artist team (children of another Yu lieutenant) also show up to help. These four race to find Yu's children and lead them to safety.


  • Polly Shang-Kwan (Shang-Kwan Ling Feng) - Miss Chu Huei
  • Hsu Feng - Yu Chien's daughter
  • Shih Chun - Hsiao Shao Tzu
  • Pai Ying - Tsao Shao Chin
  • Cho Kin - General Wu Ming
  • Han Ying Chieh
  • Sit Hon
  • Go Ming
  • Got Siu Bo

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