It's approaching World War 2, China is suspecting an invasion from Germany and Japan. Mr. Ang is hired by a Chinese group after a secret document on the top floor of a tower, Mr. Ang must ... See full summary »
Bruce Le directs this superb action film. This time Bruce Le is in search of the organization that killed his sister, who had information to the whereabouts of hidden gold that was stolen ... See full summary »
While investigating his friend Chin Ku's (Hwang Jang Lee) death, martial artist Billy Lo (Bruce Lee) is killed. His younger brother, Bobby Lo (Kim Tai Chung), investigates both deaths. His ... See full summary »
Two CIA agents - a kung fu master (Bruce Le) and a suave womanizer (Richard Harrison) - track the stolen formula for a super-sterility drug from Spain to Hong Kong, battling Neo-Nazi terrorists and a Vietnamese spy ring for its possession.
Reformed criminal and ace martial artist Bruce decides to go straight and settle down with his girlfriend after being released from prison. The gang he used to be part of kidnap the ... See full summary »
Somewhere in the future the environmental overkill had come. Many people had died. The rich were able to build the underworld, the poor had to stay on the surface building gangs to survive.... See full summary »
A semi-biography of a young Bruce lee. Somewhat accurate account of Bruce Lee(Lee Shiao-Lung) striving to perfect his fighting style and how he is continually threatened by other schools of Kung Fu, jealous of his power,ability and agility. Written by
The late great character actor who specialized in slimy treacherous bad guys,Ping Ou Wei (billed as Wei Ping-Ao), has a nice cameo in this film. He is best remembered as the effeminate 'Interpreter Wu' of the Japanese school in the real Bruce Lee's "The Chinese Connection" and Lee's "The Way of the Dragon" as also another effeminate character called 'Ho' ( billed as as Paul Wei Ping-Ao) See more »
Having just watched this dvd.. i was amazed at how a 20 year old movie this good could have been passed, by the masses. It has a segment with young bruce lee..enough for the title..about 5 minutes i'd say.. then it's an atypical Bruce Li as Bruce Lee movie.. The fights are pretty good, the action moves along and their is actually a pretty decent plot. If you like bruce lee, bruce li or good "chop-sockey" flicks.. you shouldn't miss this one. And the dubbers have named the love interest in the film "Chow MAE" a play on chow mein .. while on the subject of dubbing it's even done above par . a great early 80's chinese actioneer!! Dont miss it.
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