Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
Historia de Ricky (Spanish)
Lai Wong
力王 (Japanese)
Genres: action
Themes: prison
Objectionable content: Intense
Plot Summary: Sentenced to 10 years for killing a mob boss who caused his girlfriend to commit suicide, Ricky Ho is transferred to a corporate-owned prison, where he must use his martial arts skills to battle a corrupt warden and a group of prisoners known as "The Gang of Four."
Running time: 91 minutes
Vintage: 1991
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Ngai Kai Lam
Screenplay: Ngai Kai Lam
Music: Fei Lit Chan
Director of Photography: Hoi Man Maak
Costume Design: Mei Shing Wang
Sound Effects: Siu Lung Ching
Siu-Wong Fan as Ricky Ho 

Akio Ohtsuka as Narumi (voice)
Cheng Cuen Yam as Assistant Warden 
Mitsuru Miyamoto as Shiragami (voice)
Shigezou Sasaoka as Kitamakura (voice)
Shunsuke Shima as Zhang Shangui (voice)
Tesshô Genda as Tokuzo Sugiyama (voice)
Toshihiko Kojima as Kokubu Warden (voice)
Yukari Ohshima as Huang Chaun 
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
Producer: John Sirabella
Simon Broad as Ricky

John Culkin as
Pierre Tremblay as Oscar
Simon Broad as Assistant Warden Dan

Gregory Marshall Smith as Announcer
Pierre Tremblay as Narrator
English companies
Distributor: Tokyo Shock
Dubbing: Omni Productions
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll
Licensed by: Media Blasters
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Marc Zanni as Riki-Oh Saiga (Spain dub)

Vicente Gil as Warden Assistant (Spain dub)

Eduardo Elías as Aunt Chang (Spain dub)
Enric Isasi-Isasmendi as Samuel (Spain dub)
Luis Espinosa as Roger (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
German staff
German cast
Ilya Welter as Keiko
Markus Pfeiffer as Ricky

Renier Baaken as Gangsterboss / Captain

German companies
Laser Paradise (DVD)
New East (VHS)
Chinese (Hong Kong) staff
Chinese (Hong Kong) cast
Director: Nai-Choi Lam
Screenplay: Nai-Choi Lam
Music: Philip Chan
Art Director: Kim-Sing Ho
Director of Photography: Hoi-Man Mak
Executive producer: Lam Chua
Producer: Jan-Tung Chow

Action Director: Phillip Kwok
Audio Recording: Shao-Lung Chow
Costume Design: May Wong
Make-Up Artist: Karen Sandhu
Louis Fan as Riki-Oh Saiga (Ricky Ho)

Fan Mei-Sheng as Tokuzo Sugiyama (Cyclops Dan)
Frankie Chan as Narumi (Oscar Hai)
Gloria Yip as Keiko Mizukami (Ying-Ying)
Kôichi Sugisaki as Kitamakura (Tarzan)
Kwai-Hung Wong as Shiragami (Brandon)
Kwok-Leung Wong as Manabu (Warden's Son)
Tetsurou Tanba as Zhang Shangui (Uncle Ghost)
William Ho as The Warden
Yukari Ohshima as Yomi (Rogan Wong-Chun)

Chang Gan-Wing as Wakamatsu (Old Ma)
Chi-Keung Wong as Kuwabara (Guan Dao)
Ging Chan as Tanimoto (Ba Chu)
Kai-Wing Lam as Iwata (Wildcat Samuel)
Kwok-Pong Chan as Asa (Alan)
Phillip Kwok as Imura (Kuang)
Chinese (Hong Kong) companies

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