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Lost classic that needs subtitled release
25 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

There are 3 of these films, only one of which was initially released in a dubbed format, in the UK under the title "Bronson Lee Champion" on VHS, in the early 80's. The story is about a Karate expert that loses his sight and fights back against the odds and win a high stakes Kumite to help fund his grandmother who is having financial problems. The action is almost on a par with Sonny Chiba's streetfighter films. Sadly I only saw parts 2 & 3 in Japanese language but the action was terrific Bolo yeung (Bolo from Enter the Dragon) is in one of them (part 3 I think) and I remember him fighting the hero Master Tadashi Yamashita (I call him Bronson Lee although I am sure that is not his characters name in the Japanese version) in the desert in a long high quality fight. I don't know what was going on without any subtitles and I cant speak Japanese, but it did not stop me enjoying the action. Irronically master Tadashi Yamashita (Bronson Lee) was a brief cameo in Enter the Dragon so has worked with Bolo Yeung before. Many thanks to my friend Karlos who hunted the films down (in Japanese) as I always wanted to see the trilogy in any way I could. Now I have I owe you many bottles of Jack Daniels lol.


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