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Zhuang ju zai yu Niu gan yan (1979)



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Credited cast:
Mo Lai Tao
(as Mary Han)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Man-Biu Bak
Ga-Ming Chan
Kwok Kuen Chan ...
Shao-Chia Chen
Ka-Sang Cheng
Kang Chu
Ping Fong
Pak-Kwong Ho
Tony Hwang
Hoi-San Kwan ...
(as Hoi-Shan Kwan)
Keung-Kuen Lai


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Action | Comedy





Release Date:

27 July 1979 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

The Dragon, the Odds  »

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2.35 : 1
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Brothel Mistress: [Giggle] Oh sir. Why do you want my picture of me? There are so many other lovely young ladies here.
Lobo: I want your picture.. to keep away devils.
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Harmonica Man's Theme
Written by Ennio Morricone
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Kung-fu fun in a story that's very involving!
26 February 2001 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Mo (Yuen Biao) is a gifted student in one of the village's dozens upon dozens of kung-fu schools. But when the master's away, he leaves the place in the hands of his best student Kang. But Kang rules with a cruel, iron fist. Little does anyone know, however, Kang is really the pupil of his Masters' old nemesis Ken Mo Fung 'The Golden Tiger'. Fung has instructed Kang to discredit the school publicly, then kill his Master by poisoning his tea. When Mo almost stumbles in on the plot, Kang beats him with a viscious onslaught and casts him out of the school.

On his own, Mo runs into a comical, street-smart ne'er-do-well named Lobo. He helps Mo gain his independance and soon the two come to think of each other as brothers. When Mo and Lobo endure to become a fortified fighting duo (through alot trial and error), they then devise a plan to free the school of Fung's tyranny.

Lot's of hard hits and high kicks, with engaging characterizations, and many comic misadventures make this seemingly run of the mill kung-fu flick a cut above the rest done in the style of Jackie Chan. Look fast for a quick cameo by Sammo Hung.

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