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Meng jiao di she long nu (1973)

Chang Chen-Wai, a martial arts expert who runs a jade-importing business, follows his missing brother to Thailand and learns he has been murdered. Chang vows revenge.


(as Shang Lang)


(screenplay) (as Shang Lang)

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Credited cast:
Wai-Man Chan ...
Chang Chen-Wai (as Michael Chan)
Chia-Lin Sun ...
(as Sun Chia Ling)
Pailot Chaising ...
(as Lok Poon)
Tip Lan Wang ...
(as Wong Tip Lan)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fei Lung Chen ...
(as Chan Fei Lung)
Alan Chung San Chui
Wen Chung Ku ...
Mr. Wong (as Guh Men Tong)


A martial arts expert named Chang Chen-Wai runs a jade-importing business with his brother, Chang Fan. When Chang Fan suddenly disappears on a buying trip in Thailand, Chang Chen-Wai gets a little worried and decides to travel down there to find him. When he arrives there, he meets another kung fu expert named Li Pai-Yu after helping him fight off local thugs in a village. They become friends and Li decides to help Chang Chen-Wai find his missing brother. When they both learn that Chang Fan was murdered by the henchmen of a gangster named Ming Pan-Tin, Chang Chen-Wai resolves to revenge his death. They both go to fight off the henchmen one by one and find the head leader, Ming Pan-Tin. Written by Chris Stoddard <chris_stoddard_78@yahoo.com>

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1973 (Hong Kong)  »

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Angry Tiger  »

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Ignore the title and poster - this has nothing to do with Bruce Lee!
17 November 2015 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK) – See all my reviews

This Hong Kong Chopsocky action film is set in Thailand. Like many, many others it is based around a revenge plot-line - two guys team up to defeat a gang of criminals who are responsible for killing one of their brothers. This is the type of story you will have seen done dozens of times if you have delved into Asian martial arts movies of the 70's. And to be honest, there's really nothing much to differentiate this one from all the others. It has lots of kung fu fighting for sure but it's also badly paced and pretty tedious on the whole. The one thing that does stand out a little bit was its utterly meaningless title. To tell you the truth when I went into this I thought I was going to be getting a documentary about Bruce Lee and I have to admit that the title seriously let me down on that score and turned out to simply be a pretty cheap and annoying way for this undistinguished and below par martial arts flick to cash in on the one truly international star of its sub-genre.

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