|The Young Tigers of Hong Kong|
|Directed by||Ernst Hofbauer|
|Produced by||Wolf C. Hartwig|
|Written by|| Rolf Olsen |
|Starring|| Robert Woods |
|Music by||Gert Wilden|
|Edited by||Herbert Taschner|
|25 July 1969|
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The film's sets were designed by the art director Peter Rothe. Location shooting took place around Hong Kong.
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