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Leo Fong reprises the role of P.I. Joe Wong from LOW BLOW in this direct-to-video action flick. Wong gets caught up in the middle of a gang war between Richard Norton and some Italian guy ... See full summary »
This show was not bad for a tv series. The two most interesting characters were the female police captain and the former spy named kermit. The show used a fake chinese culture. I wish there would have been more emphasis on the culture and on the criminal syndicates within it (ie. the seemingly invincible triads). The series was penned by one of my favorite tv writers MICHAEL SLOAN (ie. BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, THE RETURN OF THE MAN FROM UNCLE and the EQUALIZER). The series stressed virtue and martial arts action it was also escapist and for many years the only action hour left on tv. I am a fan of the original once conceptualized by BRUCE LEE. Of note is a tv movie in which BRANDON LEE stars.
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