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Ju ma pao (1976)

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Golden City, capital of wondrous Phoenix island, is attacked by an evil despot and his sorcerer ally and conquered, with the Emperor and his three generals killed by the invaders. The young... See full summary »

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(as Chick Lim Yu), (uncredited)

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(screenplay), (story)
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Credited cast:
Lingfeng Shangguan ...
(as Sun Kuan Rin Feng)
Chung Chien Li ...
Pao Ta-Hsiung
Sing Chen
Lik Cheung
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tao Chen
Wen Ho Chen
Ma Li Chu
Yuan Chuan ...
General Ma Tsen-Kung (Guest star) (as Chuan Yun)
Yang Fang ...
Magican's apprentice
Wang Hsiao ...
Hou Ping
Chien-Yung Hung
Chi Lin ...
(as Lin Gi)
Chiu Lung Liu
Eh Mao
Yuan Shen ...
Hsiang Chao-Chien
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Golden City, capital of wondrous Phoenix island, is attacked by an evil despot and his sorcerer ally and conquered, with the Emperor and his three generals killed by the invaders. The young princess and the three children of the generals are hidden away from the invaders with the hope that they one day will return to avenge the deaths of their fathers and reclaim the island paradise. Almost twenty years pass and the grown children do finally return to confront the despot and the sorcerer but, will they be successful?

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Fairly standard Taiwanese martial arts flick
28 December 2015 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK) – See all my reviews

A peaceful city nation is taken over by an aggressive enemy, led by a dictator and a wizard. The children of three prominent citizens murdered by the invaders grow up and seek revenge.

Return of the Kung Fu Dragon is a martial arts film from Taiwan. It isn't particularly distinctive from the many other chopsocky films from the 70's. In other words its action packed from start to finish, with lots of kung fu fighting. Like others it's cheaply made, with ropey dubbing but it does gain something from its period setting, which does give it some production value. But on the whole, this is strictly one for enthusiasts for this kind of thing.


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