The head of a Chinese martial arts school owes money to some local hoods, so he sends two of his students to Bangkok, Thailand to participate in a kickboxing tournament in order to raise ... See full summary »
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The head of a Chinese martial arts school owes money to some local hoods, so he sends two of his students to Bangkok, Thailand to participate in a kickboxing tournament in order to raise the necessary money to pay off the debt. After one student gets injured and the other killed, the disgraced head of the school loses face with the Chinese Martial Arts Association and feels so ashamed that he commits suicide. It's up to the man's daughter and the injured student to not only avenge his death, but also to restore the honor of the school. Written by
There are several scenes between the members of the Martial Arts association that were filmed inside the late Bruce Lee's home in Cumberland Road, Hong Kong. Lee had died a year before this films release. See more »
Two Kungfu fighters take part in a fight against Thai boxers and lose because they are not prepared well enough, one of them is killed. The injured survivor (Carter Wong) and his sister (Angela Mao) now take a lot of time to study the style of their opponents, because on the second trip from Hong Kong to Bangkok, they don't want to lose again.
Good fighting with a variety of styles, but also a good story about a master who lost his face and is shunned by the others, even all students are leaving his school. I remember Carter Wong for his stare - eyes wide open like he is paying total attention. Practice that trick, children, it will help with the teachers at school. Angela Mao however gets the best part, furious and restless until the last enemy is kicked out of her house. Classic 70s flick that shouldn't be forgotten.
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