When the Japanese massacre the people of his fishing village, the Chinese hero of this Kung Fu epic (Jimmy Wang Yu) heads to Japan seeking vengeance.

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Wang Yu, King of Boxers
Ching Ching Chang ...
Yoko
Fei Lung ...
Sakuraki (as Wong 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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When the Japanese massacre the people of his fishing village, the Chinese hero of this Kung Fu epic (Jimmy Wang Yu) heads to Japan seeking vengeance.

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"The Scream Of The Tiger Is The Cry Of Revenge!" See more »

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Action | Crime | Drama

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16 August 1973 (West Germany)  »

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Screaming Ninja  »

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2.35 : 1
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information on packaging is false; wang yu kung fu is true
22 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

note - the information on some packages for this film is frequently false - not this film's cast, not its crew, not its international release title.

'screaming tiger' - written, directed, and starring wang yu, along with what was, at the time, his ensemble cast and crew, who worked with him on many other films of the period.

ej's kung-fu capsule review for films of the chop-socky old-school - 1. basic plot type - revenge; school vs. school; ethnic conflicts; buddhist message 2. plot construction - standard English-version pretty badly chopped up; but what is there is actually well-constructed, if occasionally derivative 3. dramatic - yes 4. funny - occasionally; marvelous moment when wang yu finds himself surrounded by 20 thugs and, without a word, smiles and shrugs, and just starts tossing them around 5. dialog - good for this genre 6. cast performance - very good 7. crew performance - not great, but above average for this genre at that time 8. amount of fighting - a lot 9. quality of fighting - good 10. special any cast or crew notes - occasionally credited to lo wei in reviews, the film was actually written and directed by star wang yu; although wang yu had contributed to the general 'jap'-bashing that plagued chop-socky 'fu for a while, he had quite a large following in japan, where he would eventually co-star in 'zatoichi vs. the one-armed swordsman'; this film is the first effort, in hong kong 'fu films, to find some way to 'forgive and forget' and abandon ethnic strife 11. big positive - just a nice bit of genre film-making over all 12. big negative - editing is weak bottom-line - who should see this movie - solid kung-fu entertainment for those with any interest in the genre


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