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Long mu xiang (1970)

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Two martial-arts students are assigned to deliver a map to a treasure that will enable the Song army to defeat the Yuan army in China.

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Credited cast:
Pin Chang
Kuan Tai Chen
Manling Chen ...
(as Melinda Chen Man Ling)
Shan Chiang
Siu Loi Chow
Kong Chu
Yao Chung
Yuen Kao
Ying Lee
Wen Tai Li
Jason Pai Piao
Tsai Pao Tung
Ingrid Hu Yin-Yin
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Two martial-arts students are assigned to deliver a map to a treasure that will enable the Song army to defeat the Yuan army in China.

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31 December 1970 (Hong Kong)  »

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Cold Blade  »

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Quality Chor Yuen film
10 April 2007 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Cold Blade is a fairly simple story of two students of a martial arts master who are charged with delivering a map of a treasure trove to the Song forces, who are fighting the Yuan forces in China. The two protagonists encounter various challenges along the way, all of which allow them to demonstrate their fighting skills.

The fight scenes are fairly well done in the film, and each is different from the other, although the two main characters do have similar techniques that they use. The main criticisms I have of the film are some of the changes in character are hard to follow, and the biggest fight scene is not until the end of the film; the ending just after it seems a bit abrupt.

All in all, though, a good film for Chor Yuen fans and those who enjoy older martial arts films.


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