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Nan quan bei tui dou jin hu (1977)

Unrated | | Action | 20 April 1977 (Hong Kong)
The twin brother of the Silver Fox attempts to avenge his brother's death and get a hidden treasure using the 8 Diagram. It is up to one hero from the original and the brother of the 2nd original hero to stop him.

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John Liu ...
Shao Yi-Fei
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Silver Fox
Chiang Wang ...
Sheng Ying-Wu
Corey Yuen ...
Silver Fox's henchman (as Yuen Kwai)
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Chin Hai Chen
Tien Lung Chen ...
Little South Boxer Shen Ying-wu (as Tino Wong Cheung)
Yao Lin Chen
Hsia Hsu
Kuo Chu Huang
Tien Te Hui
Kang Kang
Blackie Shou Liang Ko
Feng Lu
Ting Shen
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The twin brother of the Silver Fox attempts to avenge his brother's death and get a hidden treasure using the 8 Diagram. It is up to one hero from the original and the brother of the 2nd original hero to stop him.

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A sequel just as good as the original
19 September 2000 | by (Stockton, California) – See all my reviews

Hwang Jang Lee and John Liu return in the sequel to the kung fu classic that began the careers of both actors. The story involves the brother of Silver Fox (Hwang's character from part 1) seeking revenge for his brother's death while searching for stolen treasure. Tino Wong appears as Wong Tao's brother. The action is nearly non-stop in this movie. John Liu is excellent, his kicks are in good form. Tino Wong's punches are fast and brutal. Hwang Jang Lee's kicks are spectacular and impressive as usual. The finale is fairly long and memorable. The choreography is more intricate than the first. Overall, a great film for kung fu fans.


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