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Credited cast:
Kwok Choi Hon
Feng Ku
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ling Wei Chen
Cheng Chiang
Lu Chin
Chiang Chou
Han Chou Ho
Yat Fan Lau ...
(as Yi Fan Liu)
Hoi Sang Lee
Ke Ming Lin
Tong-Ming Lin ...
(as Lin Ting Ming)
Ni Liu
Yao-kun Pan
Kwai Shan
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5 May 1979 (Hong Kong)  »

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Incredible Master Beggars  »

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Silly but Fun
24 August 2003 | by (Newfoundland, Canada) – See all my reviews

This film adds a sense of humor to the normal Kung-Fu battles as our hero fights in a most unusual and funny manner (something Jackie Chan as well made use of in many films). While the film has the normal revenge motif set-up common in these type of films, it's most bizarre (or possibly due to the atrocious English dubbing) that after the hero's girl gets kidnapped, and worse, she is all but forgotten by the hero at the end as he approaches his climatic showdown with his most talented fighting enemy...it's this problem the film never recovers from. Also it puts a serious damper on the earlier fun.


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