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Release Date:
21 March 1981 (Hong Kong) See more »
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Carrying on the legend.
Plot:
Billy Lo, famed martial arts star is murdered. His brother, Bobby goes to Korea, and in an underground... See more » | Add synopsis »
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A solid martial arts film from the early 80s... See more (26 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Bruce Lee ... Billy Lo / Lee Chen-Chiang (archive footage)
Tai Chung Kim ... Bobby Lo / Lee Chen-Kuo (as Tong Lung)
Jang Lee Hwang ... Chin Ku (as Huong Cheng-Li)
Roy Horan ... Lewis (as Roy Haron)
Roy Chiao ... Abbot
Hoi Sang Lee ... Monk
Cheng-Wu Yang ... Wildman
Hou Li-Jen ... Billy's Father
Miranda Austin ... Angel
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Han-yuan Ma ... (uncredited)
Mars ... Guard in Cave (uncredited)
Yung-chiang Peng ... Guard (uncredited)
Graham Ravey ... Fighter (uncredited)
Dan Schwarz ... (uncredited)
Casanova Wong ... Korean Fighter (archive footage) (uncredited)
Biao Yuen ... Blue Staff Monk (uncredited)
Shun-Yee Yuen ... Monk (uncredited)
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Directed by
See-Yuen Ng  (as Ng See-Yuan)
Sammo Hung Kam-Bo (co-director) (uncredited)
Corey Yuen (co-director) (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tin Shing Hoh 
Chuo-lun Ting 

Produced by
Kuen Cheung .... associate producer (as Cheung Kuen)
Raymond Chow .... producer
Andre Morgan .... producer
See-Yuen Ng .... producer
 
Original Music by
Frankie Chan  (as Franky Chan)
 
Cinematography by
Hai Chang 
Chi Ming Chiang 
Yu-tang Li 
Hsi-Ming Liang 
 
Film Editing by
Yao Chung Chang  (as Cheng Yao-Chung)
 
Production Management
Terence Chang .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lung Hsiao .... assistant director
Wen Lo .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Shi Cheng Yang .... props
 
Stunts
Wah Cheung .... stunts
Hoi Sang Lee .... assistant stunt coordinator
Biao Yuen .... assistant stunt coordinator
Biao Yuen .... stunt double: Bruce Lee
Biao Yuen .... stunt double: Tai Chung Kim
Corey Yuen .... assistant stunt coordinator
Woo-ping Yuen .... stunt coordinator
Mars .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Tin Shing Hoh .... script supervisor
Chuo-lun Ting .... script supervisor
Biao Yuen .... assistant action director
Biao Yuen .... double: martial arts and acrobatics
Woo-ping Yuen .... martial arts instructor (as Yuen Wo-Ping)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Si wang ta" - Hong Kong (original title)
"The New Game of Death" - USA
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MPAA:
Rated R for some violence and nudity
Runtime:
Hong Kong:86 min
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Certification:
Australia:M | Canada:R (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-18 (DVD rating) | Finland:K-16 (cut: 1994) | Germany:16 (re-rating) (2013) | Hong Kong:IIA | Iceland:16 | Norway:18 (video premiere) | Singapore:M18 | UK:18 | USA:R | West Germany:18 (original rating)
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Trivia:
Bruce Lee had filmed over 30 minutes of fight scenes for The Game of Death (1978) when work was suspended to allow Lee to work on Enter the Dragon (1973). However, Lee died before he could return. Six years later, director Robert Clouse fleshed out a feature around the original footage with a new cast, including two stand-ins for Lee. After the success of Game of Death in Japan, there was high demand for a new Bruce Lee movie there. As a result, much of the movie is filmed in and takes place in Japan.See more »
Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: When Lewis delivers the final kick to the face of the second of the Wu/Yen brothers, a wire harness for the stuntman can clearly be seen sticking out from the arms of his vest.See more »
Quotes:
Lewis:Kung-fu fighters should be fierce like a lion and swift like a peacock so I study their styles.See more »
Movie Connections:
Features The Big Boss (1971)See more »
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11 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
A solid martial arts film from the early 80s..., 1 November 2006
Author: Jimmy Green from Ipswich, UK

...just forget about it being a Bruce Lee film! Honestly, it's pretty good. I don't know why people slate this film, it's no better or worse than something like Shaolin Iron Claws (also starring Hwang Jang Lee), or many other martial arts films from the late 70a and early 80s.

Unfortunately, as this was planned as a 'tribute to' (read 'another way to get money out of the image of') Bruce Lee, it's what it's mainly remembered as. I would argue that there are some rather good sequences in this film - Roy Haron's fight scenes, for example, or the end sequence (which is pretty enjoyable in a James Bond type of way).

And, to be honest, the footage is interpolated a HELL of a lot better than that P.O.S. 'Game Of Death' film that came first, which is just laughable. Damn, that film was bad. This film, in comparison, is reasonably good natured, and at least moves on from the Bruce Lee footage (none of which features any original Bruce Lee fighting at all!) quite early, leaving the audience to get on with a 'proper film', rather than playing spot the edits with the original Bruce Lee footage and the stand in.

I must apologise for all the 'inverted commas' in this review! Anyway, it's better than the first Game Of Death, Hwang Jang Lee is well worth watching (as always) and Roy Haron is wicked.

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