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Superdragon vs. Superman (1975)

Meng long zheng dong (original title)
Scientist Dr Ting has invented a secret formula that will help the world's food crisis, but refuses an offer to sell it. When Dr Ting is later kidnapped by a sinister organization, Alice's ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Bruce Li
Fei Lung
Lu Wen Lu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Foe Brown
Yi Kuei Chang
Yi Tao Chang ...
(as Bruce Lai)
Chun Chou
Ying Hei
Shih Hao Ko ...
(as Ko Pao)
Sha Ma ...
(as Sa Ma)
Ming Min
Chung Ouyang ...
(as Ross Au Yeung)
Mao Shan ...
(as Mu Shan)
Bo Lin Tsu
Huo-mu Yang


Scientist Dr Ting has invented a secret formula that will help the world's food crisis, but refuses an offer to sell it. When Dr Ting is later kidnapped by a sinister organization, Alice's boyfriend, the renowned crime fighter Kato is called in to rescue him. However after an attempt is made to kidnap Alice, Kato realises he cannot fight the organization alone and enlists the help of his two superhero friends collectively known as "The Green Hornet". Written by Gavcrimson (gavcrimson@tesco.net)

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Release Date:

5 December 1975 (Belgium)  »

Also Known As:

Bruce Lee vs. the Supermen  »

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2.35 : 1
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Some versions of this film use music cues from The Return of the Pink Panther (1975) composed by Henry Mancini See more »


Followed by Süpermenler (1979) See more »

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Class-A action from Bruce Lee-alike Li!
20 February 2004 | by (Brisbane, Australia) – See all my reviews

WARNING: MAJOR PLOT SPOILERS!!! Urinating in the face of copyright laws the world over, Lee-alike Li first appears in the masked chauffeur Kato guise, fighting a group of toughs messing with his car. His next scene is as half of the Green Hornet duo (but red body stockings here, dig) alongside a scruffy European with a beard, who looks like a German tourist on a backpackers visa. They learn of a plan to end world hunger courtesy of the eminent scientist Dr Ting, who right at that moment is targeted for kidnapping by another organization of obligatory Euro villains. Li goes undercover as a Bruce Lee lookalike (complete with biker sunnies, long-sleeved red tee and black flares) teams up with his high-kicking buddy, just in time to witness Dr Ting and his daughter kidnapped by the Euro villains' henchmen. In the most protracted and pointless car chase on film - you pray they run over a stray dog for dramatic effect - Li and his nameless buddy thwart the napping. Just the opening line he needed to take out Ting's daughter for a date set to an excruciating Asian synth-pop song, where they wander around temples, share meat on a stick....

Meanwhile, in what looks like a cheap Kowloon motel room, the villains call for the Green Hornets' nemesis: `Superman', a kung fu expert in a black suit with white beach towel for a cape, and his four similarly-suited and gravity-defying students in red monkey masks (the title `supermen'). This time Ting's kidnapping is successful and the `supermen' ambush the vengeful Li in a forest, leaping backwards from tree to tree in a miraculous display of film reversal, and in a surreal turn, appear maskless to reveal painted clown faces while screaming like skinned lemurs. This sets the scene for Li's final confrontation with Superman, a surprisingly well-shot (the cameraman sprints in and gets good'n'close into the action) and bloodied face-off. Li rips out the nunchukkas and tries a half-assed Bruce Lee cat cry before dumping the sticks and hammering in bare-fisted. Superman answers with a brutal pair of spiked wristbands that leaves Li grated like a carrot, but not before Li sticks a blade to Superman - right in the groin! Scruffy backpacker Green Hornet stops Ting's captors at the border, Li reappears (remarkably clean) in body stocking, and world hunger is a thing of the past. Beautiful.

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