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Tong hau goo si (1986)

A Chinese immigrant to America is sucked up into the Chinese underworld when he finds greater acceptance in the arms of a small gang.

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Mickey Lee
Daisey Yong ...
Stacey (as Nga-Wan Yung)
Te-Pin Tan ...
Paul Lee
Anthony Gioia ...
Det. Martineli
Christopher O'Connor ...
Capt. Silverman
Quitan Han ...
Mr. Chen
Dan Lau ...
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Lun Chia ...
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Maria Jo ...
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Teacher
Chornel Chan ...
Uncle David
Ben Chau ...
Shanghai
Wing-Hon Cheung
Jurly Chi Chan ...
Jerry
Sammy Ching ...
Sammy
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A Chinese immigrant to America is sucked up into the Chinese underworld when he finds greater acceptance in the arms of a small gang.

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22 May 1986 (Hong Kong)  »

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Tongs: A New York Chinatown Story  »

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The american cut is badly dubbed and clipped. Painful to watch.

Tongs (1986) I saw this movie several years ago on videotape. It was a clipped dubbed copy of the movie. From what I saw it was a bad and incoherent mess. It was all over the place. The worst part was the dubbing. Any seriousness was gone because the voice actors were terrible. I might look upon this movie differently if I saw it in it's original format. But for now all I have to say is the english version blows big time.

Mildly recommended for a few cheap laughs.

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