Three refugees become sworn brothers during a war. One (Kuo Chui/Philip Kwok) works in a whore house, one (Chiang Sheng) in a gambling house, and the other (Lo Mang) in a martial arts ... See full summary »
The heroes pose as gun dealers and acrobats in order to get close to the bad guys so they can avenge the death of one of their brothers. In the end they lock the bad guys in a warehouse for a final battle to the death.
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Three refugees become sworn brothers during a war. One (Kuo Chui/Philip Kwok) works in a whore house, one (Chiang Sheng) in a gambling house, and the other (Lo Mang) in a martial arts school. They become embroiled in the war and are betrayed by one's mentor. Written by
Dr. Craig D. Reid in his book "The Ultimate Guide to Martial Arts Movies of the 1970's" writes that "...every film has its moments." That is true here. Cut to about 24 minutes in for the fight at the casino. Think back to all the old time movies where you saw a crowded dance floor. Enter our guy and girl and they start dancing up a storm. Yes, just like the scene in "It's a Wonderful Life". The crowd stops dancing and circles around to watch the two best dancers. In this movie there is a brawl in the casino. Two of the Venoms start displaying good kung fu. Little by little the other fighters notice the class act going on center stage and stop fighting to watch two guys who really know their chops. I love it! Who was the genius that thought of this scene? Thank you for that moment.
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