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The Chinese Boxer (1970)
"Long hu dou" (original title)

 -  Action | Crime  -  June 1973 (USA)
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Credited cast:
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Lei Ming
Lieh Lo ...
Kitashima
Ping Wang ...
Li Shao-ling
Hsiung Chao ...
Diao Erh-yeh
Mien Fang ...
Master Li
Lei Cheng ...
Chang Da Lung
No Tsai ...
Lin Hung
Kuang Yu Wang ...
Sun Tung
Sing Chen ...
Ishihara
Li Tung ...
Lumura (as Kang Hua)
Chung Wang ...
Tanaka
Ling Chiang ...
Lin Ah-Chuan
Lung Yu ...
Greeting student (as Yu Chung Chieh)
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Chuan Chen ...
Chung-Yi student
Hsieh-su Fung
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For Lo Lieh Completists
1 April 1999 | by (Brooklyn, USA) – See all my reviews

For fans of Lo Lieh (Five Fingers of Death) this is a chance to see him as the evil Japanese karate master. In the US, advertising hyped this as "the most blood-spurting" martial arts film. It's hardly that; but the fight scenes are wild.


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