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Long quan (1979)

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A dishonored student of the Dragon Fist Sect seeks revenge for the death of his teacher.



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Credited cast:
Tang How-Yuen
Nora Miao ...
San-Thye's Daughter
James Tien ...
Lin Yin-Ju
Chiang Kao
Yen Si-Kuan
Sha-fei Ouyang
Hsia Hsu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lu Chiang Chao
Eagle Han
Yuen Hsu
Hsiao-shih Liang
Kang Peng
Fat Tsui
Li-peng Wan


A dishonored student of the Dragon Fist Sect seeks revenge for the death of his teacher.

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Release Date:

21 April 1979 (Hong Kong)  »

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In Eagle Dragon Fist  »

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surprisingly good dramatic 'fu film
24 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is actually a well made film. because of that, I doubt very highly that it was directed by Lo Wei. My vote is that Chan, once allowed to choreograph the fight scenes, just went ahead and directed the film, much as what happened with Bruce Lee and The Chinese Connection, another film claimed by Lo Wei that he didn't actually direct. In fact that's pretty typical for Lo Wei - probably half the films he made were directed by the actors while he was off gambling, drinking, or sleeping it off.

At any rate: Although the film is heavy handed and a little slow, the story is not without interest (this is one of the few 'fu films where we see a potential villain repent and become a good guy), and the performances are all above standard for this genre in the mid-'70s. I believe this film, I believe its characters. Certaily not a masterwork, but a worthwhile dramatic 'fu film.

Oh, and the fight scenes are all pretty good.

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