Mostly a Kung-fu showcase; a loose script describes Jackie Chan's character learning Kung-fu from a beggar-master and his pupil while guarding a caravan from bandits. Chan's early comedic ... See full summary »
Korea, 1934. During the Japanese occupation, there is open warfare between rival martial arts schools. There is a fight in the marketplace, and three Chinese students can't stand the unfair... See full summary »
Villager Bold Cheung (Sammo Hung Kam-Bo), known for his willingness to do anything courageous, bold or daring, becomes a target by the evil rich Master Tam (Huang Ha), who committed ... See full summary »
Think Chinese Western, with music ripped off from TV's Mission Impossible, and The Godfather! Pretty bad, but they all did that back then.
The cover picture shows Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan, but only Jackie is in this movie as a Guard and stunt person. He has no starring roll. Bruce Lee does not seem to be in, or have anything to do with this film at all from what I could see. There is certainly no fighting between them in this movie as the cover picture suggests. Jackie Chan at the time was merely a stunt man, like in Enter the Dragon. So, he was a nobody at the time.
"Fist of the Double K" makes it sound like a cowboy western on a ranch, and doesn't fit really anything in the movie.
The action was OK some good fight scenes at the end.
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