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Qi sha jie (1973)

A Chinese doctor's assistant fights the morphine-dealing criminals who run a Japanese nightclub.


(as Shen Yuang)


(as Jiang Shen)

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Credited cast:
Tien Lung Yu ...
Chi Shou (as Tin Lung Yiu)
Ching-Ping Wang ...
Tien Fei (as Wong Yen Piang)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Feng Chang ...
(as Fung Chian)
Shao Chun Chang
Chin Hai Chen
Wan Hsi Chin
Wei-Hsiung Ho
Min-Hsiung Hsiao
Yao Hsiao
Shu-Chun Hsu ...
(as Sou Chun Shiu)
Kwong Hu
Blackie Shou Liang Ko
Leng Ku ...
(as Leng Gu)
Yun Lan
Chiang Li


A Japanese nightclub is poisoning a Chinese village with morphine and opium, making addicts of the locals. A doctor offers free treatments, but the Japanese put a stop to it by falsely accusing him of malpractice and extorting money from him. The doctor's young assistant seeks to avenge the man who is his employer, guardian and future father-in-law. But the duplicitous wife of an addict and the vengeful men from the nightclub will stand in his way. His worst enemy of all will be a man called the Chairman, with his fingers of death. Written by J. Spurlin

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Release Date:

31 May 1973 (Taiwan)  »

Also Known As:

Infernal Street  »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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[first lines]
Hero: [in greeting] Doctor.
Heroine: [greeting doctor] Dad.
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Edited into Tela Class: O Pai das Puta (2007) See more »

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Cheap and cheerless
24 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This Taiwanese programmer is no different to a hundred other low budget martial arts outings. It loses points for being very cheap, with every single setting looking like the same set just redressed over and over again. The story follows Bruce Lee's FIST OF FURY in that the Japanese are the stock villains, here running a brothel/gambling/drug den and generally making the life of the local Chinese very difficult. Cue a young, upstanding hero who goes against them.

I'll make no bones about it, this movie looks awful. The choreography in the fight scenes is standard and unspectacular and the acting over the top. The dubbing is horrendous, with lines like "Don't stand there, get dinner ready!" delivered in unintentionally hilarious ways. Expect lots of racism ("Those pigs shouldn't live!" one character exclaims of the Japanese), some music stolen from blaxploitation flicks, red tinted flashbacks and fight scenes that play out with all the monotony of an '80s beat-em-up video game. The only memorable scene is the one in which the hero severs the ears of his opponents as punishment (by apparently cutting them off with the edge of his palm!).

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