Royal Tramp II

Royal Tramp II

Film poster
Traditional 鹿鼎記2神龍教
Simplified 鹿鼎记2神龙教
Mandarin Lù Dǐng Jì Èr Shén Lóng Jiào
Directed by Wong Jing
Produced by Stephen Shiu
Jimmy Heung
Screenplay by Wong Jing
Story by Louis Cha
Starring Stephen Chow
Sharla Cheung
Natalis Chan
Sandra Ng
Chingmy Yau
Damian Lau
Brigitte Lin
Deric Wan
Music by William Hu
Cinematography David Chung
Edited by Chuen Chi
Distributed by Golden Harvest
Release dates
  • 24 September 1992 (1992-09-24)
Running time
93 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$36,583,964.00

Royal Tramp II is a 1992 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel The Deer and the Cauldron. The film is a sequel to Royal Tramp, which was released earlier in the same year.


Following on from the Royal Tramp, after being exposed, Lung-er is bent on eliminating the person who disclosed her true identity - Wai Siu-bo. But complications ensue when Lung-er is assigned to protect Ng Ying-hung who is betrothed to Princess Kin-ning and Wai Siu-bo is assigned to be her escort by the Emperor. During an assassination attempt on the Emperor, Ying-hung and Wai Siu-bo are taken hostage. When Lung-er and her gang members go to rescue Ying-hung and Siu-bo, Ah Ko betrays her master - the one-armed Divine nun - by helping Ying-hung to escape. Lung-er manages to rescue Siu-bo but gets separated from her members. At the Dragon Sect camp, Lung-er is betrayed by Ying-hung and Fung Sek-fan. After being poisoned, she escapes with Siu-bo. In order to be saved, she has to lose her virginity which in turn will cause her to lose eight tenth of her martial arts' power. Recalling what Siu-bo has told her about Ying-hung and Sam-kwai, she chooses to sacrifice her virginity to Siu-bo and passing eight tenth of her power to him. At Sam-kwai's place, Fung Sek-fan captures Siu-bo's master - Chan Kan-nam - and sends him to the Emperor. In order to save his master, Siu-bo defeats Fung in a duel with his newly acquired martial arts' power and help from Lung-er; gets Fung executed in place of his master. While trying to escape with his master and his five wives (Lung-er, the twins, Princess Kin-ning, and Ah Ko), they are met by the Emperor and his men. But Siu-bo manages to convince the Emperor into letting them go.



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