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Bamboo Brotherhood (1974)

Tian long di hu (original title)
R | | Drama, Action | January 1974 (USA)
Yu Tien Lung returns home to avenge the murder of his parents, which he is prepared for by studying martial arts. After killing the lesser villains, he falls for the daughter of one of them... See full summary »

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(as Kuan-Ren Yao)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Tien Lung Yu
Mei Fang Teng
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chih-jing Chang
Chiu Chen
Shen-Lin Chen
Ying-teng Chen
Wan Hsi Chin
Wei-Hsiung Ho
Kao-Shan Hsiao
Han Hsieh
You Min Ko ...
(as Hsiao Lung)
Ming Lei
Chiang Li
Li-Li Liu
Chin Ku Ma
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Yu Tien Lung returns home to avenge the murder of his parents, which he is prepared for by studying martial arts. After killing the lesser villains, he falls for the daughter of one of them. Will he be able to take revenge for his parent's murder?

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martial arts | fighting | See All (2) »

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Killing his family wasn't murder... it was suicide!

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Drama | Action

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R
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2.35 : 1
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Utterly nondescript
28 May 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

THE BAMBOO BROTHERHOOD is an utterly nondescript martial arts story made in Taiwan. The story has literally nothing that you haven't seen done elsewhere, and every element of the story is either average or below average. The stock narrative sees a man's family massacred and him going after the villains for revenge, only to complicate matters by falling for the daughter of a gang member. This latter sub-plot merely exists to pad out the narrative a little longer. There are no famous actors in this film, and the fight choreography is sadly lacking, leaving it an utterly unmemorable viewing experience.


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