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Tian di shuang yi tui (1978)

A corrupt mayor of a town in Szechuan province allies himself with a group of bandits to gain control of the region by cutting off all supply routes to the town. Two police men both expert ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Sing Chen ...
Commissioner Fong (as Cheng Shing)
Tao-Liang Tan ...
Su Fang (as Tan Taou Liang)
Feng Ouyang
Fei Lung ...
Mayor Tai Wen
Tao-Chien Tan ...
Yuan Fu (as Tan Taou Chien)
Chung Ouyang
Han Hsieh
Ping An
Hung Tsai
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Chi-Liang Chang
Hung Chi Chang
Shu Lin Chang
Yi Kuei Chang
Hou-Chiang Chi ...
(as Chi Fu Hsiang)
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A corrupt mayor of a town in Szechuan province allies himself with a group of bandits to gain control of the region by cutting off all supply routes to the town. Two police men both expert kickers are deployed to put an end to the mayors evil plot.

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8 June 1978 (Taiwan)  »

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Dual Flying Kicks  »

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Edited into Martial Arts Mayhem Vol. 3 (2007) See more »

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Only a few elements of interest in this routine Taiwanese kung fu film
22 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

DUEL OF FLYING KICKS is a routine Taiwanese kung fu story with a few familiar faces. Flash Legs Tan is one of the high-kicking duo who make up the film's heroes, going after a couple of corrupt officials and their endless henchmen in a fight to the death. Everything about this film screams stock and average, with poor quality filming and cheap-looking combat scenes which rob the film of its vitality.

The movie opens with bad guy regular Lung Fei playing a corrupt mayor who decides to get rid of some interfering policemen by having his men kill them. Brawling action ensues, along with some minor plotting. It comes as no surprise when that other bad guy regular, Chen Sing, shows up at the beginning and end and proves to be a master villain. Everything is by rote here, apart from one interesting interlude in a quarry filled with stilted warriors swinging their weapons in the air in a perfect bit of choreography. Oh, and there's also a random, gruesome cannibal attack. The rest is very ordinary.


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