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You can always count on Wilson Tong giving us a kind of Jive Bunny Mastermix of Kung Fu styles and this film is no exception. Snake, Drunken Snake, Lobster and Shadow kick galore! As always, Tong likes to confuse us with the plots, if there really is a plot. The eastern heroes version is a bit thrown together but still great to see. Not too many versions of this still around though so get it while you can! Like a whos who of kung fu films you'll enjoy spotting your favourite star and Stuntman Also, fans of Angela Mao Ying (the girl from Enter the Dragon, Bruce's sister) will be happy. Although she's only in it for one fight scene its well worth it. M Surman
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