Starring Tien Peng, Doris Lung Chun-Erh and Lo Lieh, with Eddy Ko Hung, Kao Pao-Shu, Wong Yat-Lung, Lam Yi-Wa and Nick Cheung Lik.
The movie starts out telling the story of a king that came to power at the age of nine and since he was too young to govern, he had to rely on a corrupt prime minister that was in league with the kings enemy Ya Shen (Lo Lieh). A traitor sends a secret map to Ya Shen's sister Madam Shu Shen (Doris Lung) who is planning to take over the country. Fortunatly a general learned of the plot and sent a troop (one man) to the area, who meets up with Madam Shu Shen but she assassinates him. Along the way, our hero Jade Fox (Tien Peng) ends up intercepting the secret map, and so it all begins.
Obviously the whole of the movie is based around this secret map, the Jade Fox and this nasty bitch Madam Shu Shen, but the overview sums it up a little better. Overview: In her bid for domination of the kingdom, a wicked woman invites opponents to their doom at her "Fairyland" estate. Funny thing though, it seems that anyone who is invited has to be beat and kidnapped to get there. Of coarse, the Madams' biggest chore is to get the Jade Fox, which isn't an easy task.
The movie has a good cast, good fights, good scenery and we also get to see the kid Wong Yat-Lung (that's only found in 9 or so films, like Snuff Bottle Connection) who's name is "Come Again" and his master is a monkey (we get to see him showcase his monkey style).
Overall a movie that's average fare for 1979. Watch it and write a review (I cant believe I'm the first, maybe these are becoming "the same old thing" to others).
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