In this stirring saga of the "Martial Arts World," Lo Lieh plays a righteous swordsman trying to protect another hero's wife and daughter from a corrupt minister's murderous plans...two ... See full summary »
A one-man killing machine named Chen Wu-hai is dropping martial artists left and right. The leaders of the martial world, including the heads of Shaolin, Wudang and the beggars clan, hold a... See full summary »
I agree with the general comments of this movie, had the personna of a great kung-fu movie, having many very capable kung-fu characters but never produced. totally left out the end of Lo Lieh's battle, they were very little kung-fu battles but had a good story though. But what i really wanted to say was that; I am a vintage kung-fu fan... If you really want to see "Pearl Cheung" in her most greatest-most deadliest kung-fu movie and which is now one of my all time classics (out of the 500 to 1000+ kung-fu movies that I've seen i give very few that acclaim) then try and see "Fury of The Silver Fox!!!". Don't let a little of the first 15 minutes discourage you. Once she sets out, she's extremely serious!!. She has 2 separate avenges to make. And on her first opponent she arrives so crucial, knocks over the banquet table, resets it with marvelous kung-fu. All i've got to say is, i hope your pause, rewind and slow motion functions works well on your DVD player. until next time, see-ya at the next intermission of Kung-fu theatre.
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