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Shao Lin fo jia da dao (1980)

 -  Action | Drama  -  1980 (Taiwan)
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Chia Yung Liu
Chung Kwan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ming-Wai Chan
Kuo Hua Chang
Cheng Chiang
Kuang Chiang
Szu-Ying Chien
Kin Ping Chow
Chi Cheng Ho
Yun Ho
Feng Ku
Hoi-San Kwan ...
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Siu-hung Lee
Wen Tai Li
Hsin Liang
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Poor, confusing film
20 October 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

1986. Directed by Cheng Wing-Keu who only seems to have made this film, and then understandably disappeared (if this name is not a pseudonym). My Tai Seng copy lists the stars as Kong Keung, Kwok Fung and Liu Gia-Yung which is not the same (unless under another name) as the only actor listed here. I can't trace the Tai Seng names and whoever the young lead actor is, he is very annoying and hard to relate to. The story is the usual stuff with the son revenging the murder of his father, a constable who arrested some villain who joins up with the brother of his fellow villain who was killed. Hidden treasure comes into it somewhere as do some very odd supernatural scenes, including a master monk fighting a ghost. Despite the Tai Seng blurb there are few fights and only the Chinese sword fight at the very end is worth watching. Avoid.


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