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Gong fu da pai mai (1979)

This non-stop Kung-Fu action/comedy film is about a young man whose father forbids him from continuing his martial arts training. Leaving home, he soon falls under the guidance of a Kung-Fu... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Hua Chung
Kuang Yang ...
(as Lung Szema)
Dean Shek
Jen-Ping Su ...
(as Su Chen Ping)
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Feng Chang
Fu Hung Cheng
Han Chiang
Shao Hua Chu
Wang Hsiao
Pu-Liao Hsu
Hsi Tien Huang
Hua-Liang Hung
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(as Ming Go)
Kun Li
Teng-Tsai Li
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This non-stop Kung-Fu action/comedy film is about a young man whose father forbids him from continuing his martial arts training. Leaving home, he soon falls under the guidance of a Kung-Fu master who prepares him for the fight of his life. Written by Anonymous

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solid martial-arts entertainment
22 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

ej's kung-fu capsule review for films of the chop-socky old-school - 1. basic plot type - young man comes of kung-fu age 2. plot construction - pretty good 3. dramatic - okay 4. funny - sometimes 5. dialog - not too bad 6. cast performance - pretty good all around 7. crew performance - solid 8. amount of fighting - fair amount 9. quality of fighting - okay 10. special any cast or crew notes - appears to be a transitional film for director Joseph kuo, made roughly at same time as the superior 'cavalier' 11. big positive - rarely dull 12. big negative - annoying leading actor who looks too old for the part bottom-line - who should see this movie - a solid martial-arts entertainment for any seeking such


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