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Jin fen you long (1983)

| Action, Fantasy
A prince (Fei Meng) wants to marry a commoner, but that's a major no-no in feudal China. When the girl's parents are brutally murdered, however, a kung fu master known as the Silver Fox ... See full summary »

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(as Ma Peng Sze)

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(as Benny Ho)
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Ling Chang
Fei Meng
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yu-Hsiang Chang
Chun-piao Chen
Fu-Chiang Chi
Ming-Hsien Chiu
Hsing Nan Ho
Hsi Tien Huang
Te-Yun Pei
Kang Peng ...
(as Johnny Pang)
Feng Shih
Ying Shih
Philip So
Shou Shan Sun
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(as Monty Wang)
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A prince (Fei Meng) wants to marry a commoner, but that's a major no-no in feudal China. When the girl's parents are brutally murdered, however, a kung fu master known as the Silver Fox takes the girl under his wing and teaches her some choice killing techniques. Soon, the girl learns that the prince is being threatened by the same marauders who killed her parents. Now, it's time for revenge!

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2.35 : 1
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Garish, bloody kung fu revenge story
15 July 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A trashy Taiwanese kung fu film scripted by the one and only Godfrey Ho under one of his pseudonyms. This one's about a female fighter played by the enthusiastic Chang Ling whose parents are murdered in the opening sequences. Inevitably she swears revenge so undergoes some gruelling training in the martial arts in order to bring the perpetrators to justice.

This is a weird little film that has some of the slapdash look of an Indonesian fantasy like THE DEVIL'S SWORD to it. The sets and costumes are rather garish and cheap-looking and some of the lairs appear to be from children's movies. Chang Ling's transformation from innocent to killer is rather sudden, although the unbelievability of the plot is easy to ignore as there's plentiful action here with quasi-ninja henchmen and the like. There's also a surprising amount of bloodshed which is always a bonus in a kung fu flick. FURY OF THE SILVER FOX is no masterpiece but fans of the genre might get a kick or two out of it.


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