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The Fate of Lee Khan (1973)
"Ying chun ge zhi Fengbo" (original title)

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Wan Jen-mi
Roy Chiao ...
Tsao Yu-kun
Feng Hsu ...
Lee Wan-erh
Ying Bai ...
Wang Shih Cheng (as Pai Ying)
Feng Tien ...
Lee Khan (as Feng Tian)
Angela Mao ...
Hai Mu-tan (as Mao Ying)
Chin Hu ...
Shui Mi-tao
Helen Ma ...
Yeh Li-Hsiang
Nan Chiang ...
Liu San-Hu
Ying-Chieh Han ...
Sha Yuan Shan
Chia-Hsiang Wu ...
Tavern manager Liu
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Chih Chen
Ging Man Fung
Li Jen Ho
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enjoyable early hong kong action
25 September 2000 | by (new york freakin city) – See all my reviews

This early hong kong flick is an enjoyable lark. While the fights and effects are sometimes laughably primitive by today's standards, they are nonetheless well-choreographed. The story is pretty intriguing, the intentional humor hits the mark, and, the acting is actually surprisingly competent for the genre, which can tend to be hokey and melodramatic.

All in all, worth seeing for fans of Bruce Lee, John Woo, and "The Matrix," all of whom are obviously influenced by movies such as this.


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