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The Screaming Tiger (1973)
"Tang ren piao ke" (original title)

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Ching Ching Chang
Fei Lung
Ping Lu ...
(as Ping Liu)
Lan Chi
Mao Shan
Han Hsieh
Pao-Shu Kao
Chi Ma
Fu Hung Cheng
Kai Kang
Ming Lei
Tung Chiao Wu
Pin Lo
Tai-Liang Wang
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"The Scream Of The Tiger Is The Cry Of Revenge!" See more »

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16 August 1973 (West Germany)  »

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Awesomeness
14 November 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Version: RBC Entertainment's 'Kung-Fu Theatre' DVD.

This movie is really just an 85 minute long fight scene. Jimmy Wang Yu stars as 'the Chinese guy', who wanders around beating up bad guys, while these bad guys are beating up good guys, who are also beating up bad guys. This is one of the movies where you just have to assume that everybody knows kung-fu - because they all do. Add the dubbing, and you have near-pure awesomeness.

5/10 - Wow. Nothing much to it, apart from awesomeness. It really is no better than a lot of other cheap kung-fu movies, but it seems like it wants to be more awesomely cool than the rest. It so is.

Final note: Why do these Kung Fu Theatre DVDs smell weird?


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