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Shen tan guang tou mei (1982)

R | | Action, Drama | March 1983 (USA)
A government agent teams up with an international crimefighting organization to rescue a kidnapped princess.




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Complete credited cast:
Bruce Baron ...
Jack Sargeant
Mandy Moore ...
Princess Rawleen
James Barnett ...
Gen. Marushka
Frances Fong ...
Olivia Jeng ...
Elana Mann
Randy Channell ...
Richard Lau ...
Richard Mann
Hal Archer ...
Sam Sorono ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chi-Hung Chan
Yun Ho
Chia-Liang Huang
Wai Man Lau
Bruce Li ...
Tan Lung
Jackson Ng


A government agent teams up with an international crimefighting organization to rescue a kidnapped princess.

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Wholesome B-Movie goodness with a groovy soundtrack!
8 February 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

From the very opening macho shots of our hero oiled down and pumping iron in a gym whilst a particularly groovy track plays over the opening credits, you just know that this is going to be a very tacky albeit fun flick.

Sure enough it doesn't disappoint, this is B-movie fun from start to finish!

Bruce Baron who genre fans will instantly recognise as the star of a number of the hilarious cut and splice ninja outings as perpetrated by Godfrey Ho and Joseph Lai appears here as Jack Sargent, a sort of play boy secret agent who is assigned to rescue a princess who has been kidnapped by some stereotypically nefarious individuals.

Along the way he meets and is subsequently initiated into the clandestine group of the films title, Dragonforce, headed by Bruce Li. Cue lots of martial arts action, some very amusing tongue in cheek humour and a noteworthy scene of entirely gratuitous full frontal female nudity and hey presto, you have a highly entertaining one and a half hours!

This film is very rare to find nowadays but is definitely well worth a look if you can track down a copy. Highly recommended!

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