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Mu mien jia sha (1986)

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Tian Yuan, a mercenary hired to destroy the Shaolin Temple, disguises himself and infiltrates the temple. Once in, he challenges the High Priest of Shaolin for rule of the Temple.

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Qin Chen
Zu-Rong Chen
Jinyou Ding
Hsu Hsiang Dong
Jianmin Gao
Qiuping Lin
Hua Wang
Qiuhua Wu
Shangyong Xu
Rong Yang
Dalu Yu
Nailiang Zeng
Dayong Zhang
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Tian Yuan, a mercenary hired to destroy the Shaolin Temple, disguises himself and infiltrates the temple. Once in, he challenges the High Priest of Shaolin for rule of the Temple.

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4 November 1986 (Hungary)  »

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Shaolin and Wu Tang 2: Wu Tang Invasion  »

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great kung fu film
11 April 2004 | by (winnipeg, canada) – See all my reviews

Holy Robe of Shaolin Temple is a great 80's martial arts flick that fits in alongside movies like THE SOUTH SHAOLIN MASTER. It's a superbly shot and choreographed film with a ton of great acrobatic fast fights.

The tone of the film is pretty serious throughout and the film doesn't fall prey to bad comedic moments alot of other films from the period unfortunatley did.

While it's not exactly a classic, it's a film that's worth seeing if your a fan of the genre as it has some great fight scenes similar to those in SOUTH SHAOLIN MASTER and MARTIAL ART MASTER WONG FEI HUNG and shows the origins of Yu Rongguang who was in some of the better 90's era films like IRON MONKEY, although in this film he plays a villian.

another bonus is that the DVD version is widescreen, although it looks like it was taken from a video master and is a bit washed out looking but still better than the majority of films released by Xenon, it looks similar to their release of "DEADLY CHINA HERO"


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