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July 1982 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
...Invaders of the Jade Tombs! See more »
Plot:
A group of martial arts students are en route to an island that supposedly is home to the ghosts of martial artists who have lost their honor... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Cameron Mitchell ... Capt. Harry Dodds
Geoffrey Binney ... Mike O'Malley
Hope Holiday ... Hazel Buck
Jillian Kesner ... Cookie Winchell

John Dresden ... John Taylor
Jennifer Holmes ... Ann Davis
Rey Malonzo ... Go Chin (as Rey King)
Carla Reynolds ... Eilleen Fox
Carl Anthony ... Lloyd Davis
John Locke ... Gary Schwartz
Mark Tanous ... Cooper
Ralph Lombardi ... Thomas Speer
Chanda Romero ... Mayloo

Camille Keaton ... Girl In Toilet
Lin Lin Li ... Gun Moll (as Maggie Lee)
Garry McClintic ... Steve
John Rosselli ... Male Stripper
Joe Pagliuso ... Milt
Dennis Edwards ... Man In Toilet (as Robert Dennis)
Janelle Pransky ... Girl With Balloons
Tony Oliver ... Bill
Robert MacKenzie ... Clyde
Steve Elmer ... Religious Freak
Jewel Shepard ... Drunk Sexpot
Michael P. Stone ... Bartender
Judi Brooks ... Girl With Tattoo
Edward Talbot 'Chip' Matthews ... Passenger
Kurek Ashley ... Drunk With Cake
Brad Barnes ... Passenger
Gerry Bailey ... Hood
Don Gordon Bell ... Zombie of Mushashi (as Don Gordon)
Chip Westley ... Hood
Bob Campbell ... Hood
Willy Schober ... Hood
Maurizio Murano ... Hood
Roger Capilitan ... Hood
Phil Guerrero ... Hood
Vic Diaz ... Monk
Mike Cohen ... Monk
Binney Villanueva ... Monk
Bayani Balingit ... Monk
Louie Florentino ... Monk
Frank Aguila ... Monk
Geoff Wood ... Corpse
Tony Beso ... Corpse
Frank Belgica ... Corpse

Jimmy Navarro ... Corpse
Ely Refuerzo ... Corpse
Nilo Fortez ... Corpse
Jess Bonzo ... Corpse
Rolly Tan ... Corpse
Anna Torino ... Hooker
Evelyn Beso ... Hooker
Violeta Beso ... Hooker
Evelyn Yap ... Hooker
Vicky Abad ... Hooker
Baby Serrano ... Hooker
Zenaida Luciano ... Hooker
Nannette Caragay ... Hooker
May Bacosa ... Hooker
Sonia Cervantes ... Hooker
Fred Strong ... Crewman
George Gyenes ... Crewman
Jay Bumpus ... Crewman
Peter Schultz ... Crewman
Roger Searcy ... Crewman
Mary Miller ... Girl In Cabin
Britt Helfer ... Girl In Cabin

Directed by
Edward D. Murphy 
 
Writing credits
Edward D. Murphy 

Produced by
Frank E. Johnson .... producer
Lawrence Woolner .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Walter Murphy 
 
Cinematography by
Frank E. Johnson 
 
Film Editing by
Eric Lindemann 
 
Sound Department
Gary C. Bourgeois .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Hayes .... camera operator: "a" camera
 
Editorial Department
Parvez Zabier .... assistant editor (uncredited)
 

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"Raw Force" - USA (original title)
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86 min
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Continuity: The nude dancing woman at the bar where Cooper and his gang attack the main characters can be seen wearing underwear in one cut.See more »
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voice over the PA system:Those of you who wish to end up sitting on the toilet for the rest of the trip, with violent, projectile diarrhea, try the Hungarian food in our restaurant, courtesy of Michelle the Hungarian bitch.See more »
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References "The Love Boat" (1977)See more »

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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Babes, blades, zombies & Cameron. Freaking. MITCHELL., 26 February 2008
Author: doc_hartman from Boise, ID

I was going to give this one 9 out of 10 but had to knock it down because it quite simply wasted Jillian Kesner (RIP; you kicked my ass).

A nutty German who is apparently Hitler's younger brother, Chip, trades Philippine hookers for Jade to some weird monks ("Zey eat zem," Chip tells us) and uses a group of head-band-wearing Kung-fu thugs to protect the operation. If that sentence right there doesn't make you want to watch this film...

Zee chade mine must be kept a zeecret...sorry. Chip doesn't want anyone to know about the jade mine and when he finds out a low rent cruise ship is planning on making a tour of "Warrior Island" (dun dun duuun) he tells his thugs to take care of it. They fail of course, due to the First Commandment of Kung-fu: The good guy will always kick butt no matter how many bad guys attack him at once.

The thugs do manage to set the ship on fire and kill everyone on board except the plucky group of heroes. Their life raft beaches on the island and more Kung-fu ensues. The monks capture the group and tell them they may not leave until they have fought the monk's Kung-fu masters which is the queue for the Kung-fu ZOMBIES (!) to enter (I freaking love this film!).

The fight scenes were great, the over-acting was wonderful and the concept was so far out that it clicked like Fred Astaire in tap shoes. I can't end the review without a special shout out to Mitchell who was the ONLY man who could play the part of the captain. I laughed out loud every time he fired his pistol, especially when he tried to get the attention of a potential rescue plane by firing his pistol AT it! This film had it all and I can't do it justice here. Just see this film!

Things you didn't know: The South China Sea is loaded with piranha Asian chefs are ALWAYS Kung-fu masters Buddhist monks aren't always the peaceful guys they are rumored to be

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