Yang Wei, finds himself drawn into the murky world of crime by a gang of ex-bandits who fear assassination! A series of robberies seem to carry all the hallmarks of their supposedly ... See full summary »

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David Chiang ...
Robert Yang Wei
Norman Chu ...
Fang Tsung
Phillip Ko ...
Kao Yu-Cheng
Lily Li ...
Chiang Fei-Hsia
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Chen-shen Chang
Mei-Li Chang
Jackie Chen
Kuan Pao Chen
Li-Chuen Chiu
Alan Chung San Chui
Chi-Wei Ho
Ha Huang
Chien-Yung Hung
Sae Ok Kim
Chang Sheng Ko
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Yang Wei, finds himself drawn into the murky world of crime by a gang of ex-bandits who fear assassination! A series of robberies seem to carry all the hallmarks of their supposedly deceased master, The Spider, previously double-crossed by the gang. Yang is hired to uncover if The Spider is back on the scene. However, all descends into chaos as members of the Gang begin to drop like flies.

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11 June 1980 (Hong Kong)  »

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The Bloody Tattoo  »

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No Woo Ping?
10 April 2004 | by (Memphis Tn) – See all my reviews

This is a rare and unique film with action you would have thought Woo Ping was responsible for. The story has a nice twist to it and run with the film,and what makes it special is that you will never get confused. The two stars work very well together and should have done more films with each other. There is one particular guy to look at, he carries a flute and has a marital arts style that is amazing. This movie falls in the category of good films like Magnificent Butcher, Knockabout, and the Victim. The end fight scene is one to look forward to with spectacular hand and weapon combat, also this is where the guy with the flute really starts to kick some serious azz. I won't waste your or my time telling you this film is great. If you haven't seen it, watch it, if you don't have it, then GO GET IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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