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Made in China (1982)

Sha shou ying (original title)
Kung fu champ John is given the chance to train CIA agents in martial arts by using self-hypnosis. But when he discovers the reason he escapes and the CIA go after him. John must fight for ... See full summary »

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John Liu ...
John Liu / James Liu
Casanova Wong ...
Johnny Wong
Roger Paschy ...
Pascho
Mirta Miller ...
Caroline
Bik-Lin Cheng
Biu Gam ...
Mister Chan
José María Blanco ...
Army Captain
Raquel Evans ...
Gisete
Martín Garrido Ramis ...
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Christian Anders ...
Sanders
Víctor Israel ...
Doctor Stahl
J.M. Vendrell
John Ladalski ...
KGB agent
Danny Lee ...
CIA agent
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Kung fu champ John is given the chance to train CIA agents in martial arts by using self-hypnosis. But when he discovers the reason he escapes and the CIA go after him. John must fight for his life all over Europe as he flees the CIA. Written by Albert Valentin

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John Liu begins to circle the drain
8 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

John Liu apparently made some good money at the beginning of his career. He then seemed to blow it all on some self- produced, directed and starring films that enabled him to travel and have love scenes with white girls. Way to go, John! So when a movie is made for those reasons then how good can it be? The answer is – this bad.

The only thing that kept me watching this movie was trying to decide the worst part. It was a close tie for every part as the worst. The top three in my opinion are the simulated oral sex in the woods, that Roger Paschy looked prettier than some of the woman, and Casanova Wong. Casanova seems to "act" in every scene as if he was in a comedy. But why be critical? I will call it a tie for every scene as the worst scene.


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