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Shen jian dong shan he (1981)

A very strange film fom Chung Leung. It features a baby from outer space, goofy dwarves, evil wizards, golden warriors, a genie, a refugee from the black lagoon, fairies and flesh monsters ... See full summary »

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Pu-Liao Hsu
Hui-Shan Yang
Ling Ling Hsia
Yi Chang
Hsi Tien Huang
Fang-Fang Fong
Sheng Chiang
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Shih Chin
Da-Pai Huang
Gen-Man Huang
Cheng-Ru Kuo
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A very strange film fom Chung Leung. It features a baby from outer space, goofy dwarves, evil wizards, golden warriors, a genie, a refugee from the black lagoon, fairies and flesh monsters are just a few of the strange and bizarre characters that you'll find in this film. Written by Joseph P. Ulibas <mculibas@cwnet.com>

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Kung-fu Snow White
8 January 2004 | by (Boston) – See all my reviews

This kung-fu version of Snow White is unbelievable. Was it made for kids? Hard to say. A fleshy egg pops out of the pregnant queen, weird demons plague the kingdom, evil sorcerers try to take over, the hero fights with a weird bloody body. This film is low-budget, and if that's a plus for you, check it out. The sets are wonderful and the special effects are very funny (the dwarves are regular-sized actors, shot from above). Most of the effects involve optical-printing, which wasn't done very skillfully, so the sequences are a little out of focus. Nevertheless, this is one of the most entertaining kung-fu movies I've ever seen. The soundtrack consists of the themes to Battlestar Galactica, Starblazers, and some 80s P-funk.


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