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Karate Bear Fighter (1977) More at IMDbPro »Kyokuskin kenka karate burai ken (original title)

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Rated R for Strong Bloody Martial Arts Violence Throughout and a Rape Scene.

A woman is raped and cut up.

The film is loaded with brutal martial arts fights and graphic violence.

A man has his eyes gouged out.

An American soldier beats up a waiter for bumping into him.

A woman is beat, raped, and cut up.

A father abuses his son.

A guy is beat to death with a shotgun.

Matsua has a fight to the death with a wild bear. The bear claws him up, leaving him bloody and in rags after the fight. Matsua gains the upper hand and kills the bear with his bare hands.

Uses of damn, hell, and SOB.

Violence is too intense for younger viewers.

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