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Hei chi hei (1972)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Zhen Zhen ...
(as Chen Chen)
Li Meng
Hung Lieh Chen
Lung Yu
Shin Shin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chung-kuei Chang
Shu Lin Chang
Chin Hai Chen
Han Chiang
Yang Chiang
Wan Hsi Chin
Chun Chou
Wei Fan
Wai Hung Ho
Po Wei Hou
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25 April 1974 (West Germany)  »

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Da Hong Kong: l'urlo, il furore, la morte  »

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Hit the slopes!
19 July 2008 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

Quite possibly the only martial arts film to ever feature a trio of bad guys wearing ski masks with big floppy bobbles on them, The Cannibals doesn't actually feature any. Cannibals, that is. What it DOES feature is music ripped off from other films (including some James Bond cues and the eternally popular Theme From Shaft), the annoying Ocean Shores logo repeatedly burned into the print, and, oh yes, those delightfully outre balaclavas. The story? Our masked anti-heroes have stolen $8,000 (enough to live on for a while, they assure us) and killed the courier in the process. Time for the man's brother, Mr. Bao, to quit his job as a martial arts instructor and get revenge! Unfortunately, there's a ton of boring exposition to plow through before we get to the climactic showdown. A very poor effort.


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