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The Bloody Fight (1972)

Xue dou (original title)
The evil Japanese are challenging kung fu masters to death duels and they are winning until one school learns to adapt and overcome by combining styles. Some drunken boxing helps along the way.

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(as Tien Tsu Wu)
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Credited cast:
Pi-bo Au ...
Nai Kung
Ying Bai ...
Tien Chung-yu (Amanaka-yo) (as Pai Ing)
Lau Chan
Pawana Chanajit ...
Ka Chia (as Liu Lan Ying)
Fei Lung Chen
Hsing-Tang Chen
Kuan Tai Chen ...
Sun Ta-kuei
Mu Lung Chen
Chung Ping Chiang ...
Shih Ching-hao
Yeh Fang ...
Chalapa
Ingrid Yin-Yin Hu ...
Shih Chih-ying
Eddy Ko ...
Chiang Yen-nan
Wen Chung Ku ...
Shih
Shen Lin
Alan Tang ...
Shih TIen-hua
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The evil Japanese are challenging kung fu masters to death duels and they are winning until one school learns to adapt and overcome by combining styles. Some drunken boxing helps along the way.

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martial arts | violence | kung fu | See All (3) »

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Action | Drama

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13 April 1972 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Bloody Duel: Life and Death  »

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Drunken boxing begins here
8 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There seems to be some differences between the film I watched and the other reviewer, perhaps because of different international cuts. I find no alternate title of "Shaolin Killers" for this movie, just "Bloody Duel:Life and Death" from Crash Masters. My copy is from Crash Cinema and is "Bloody Fight". The DVD quality is excellent. Yes, it's the evil Japanese plot. There is plenty of fighting and most of it is good enough for 1972. Tang Ching once again plays the good guy, this time with a thin moustache. The high point of this movie is the drunken boxing fight. Tang Ching takes on Kuan Tai-Chen and Pai Ying's other students after drinking too much wine. To my knowledge this is the first drunken boxing fight choreography ever and it is well done. That fight alone made the whole movie above average.


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