Shang Li is fighting for the woman he loves, a prostitute he is trying to buy out of service. He plans to steal a large amount of silver, but when the plan backfires he is faced with severe opposition.

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Angela Mao ...
Bandit Queen
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Shang Li (as Wang Tao)
Lieh Lo ...
Pao Cheng-fang
Chiang-Lung Wen ...
The Sparrow
Phillip Ko ...
Three Scar Chief (as Kao Fei)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mi-hu Chang
Ping-Yu Chang
Chiu Chen
Shang Chen
Kam Cheung
Lung Chin
Kuo Chung Ching
Tien Wu Chu
Chieh-Fu Ho
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Shang Li is fighting for the woman he loves, a prostitute he is trying to buy out of service. He plans to steal a large amount of silver, but when the plan backfires he is faced with severe opposition.

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Don't Let His Stinger Get You In A Ringer!

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8 December 1977 (Hong Kong)  »

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One of the better old school kung fu movie
28 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the better old school kung fu movie featuring Wang Tao, and to a lesser extent Angela Mao.

Wang Tao is a wagon driver who's trying to buy off the girl he hopes to marry from the brothel. He needs to make $200 to buy her. He's offered a job that he's promised $800, but of course the job is of a shady kind, to steal and transport a chest containing silver. Group of bandits headed by Angela Mao is after him also to get the silver.

There's story, and good kung-fu action in this classic movie. Each of the actors can act, and directing is also good. Wang Tao movies really well in this movie. Fight scenes are well choreographed, and showcases the actor's clean body line.

Overall, it's one of the better old school kung fu movies made, and is worth viewing.


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