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Pi li long quan (1978)

Sergeant Li teams up with an Interpol agent investigating the death of his brother, He's not Harry, Riggs or Carter, his name Called Bruce and he's seeking revenge.

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Tiger
Tao Chiang ...
Nifty
Eun-ju Im ...
Detective Sergeant Li (as Pearl Lin)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Man Ting Cheung
Chi Chu Chin
Sung Kyu Choi
Ki Bum Kim
Wang Kuk Kim ...
Thug
Heng Li
Steve Mak
Il Tae
Chin Tang Tang
Il-joo Yoon
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Sergeant Li teams up with an Interpol agent investigating the death of his brother, He's not Harry, Riggs or Carter, his name Called Bruce and he's seeking revenge.

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The Title says it all.......
16 February 2006 | by (Bay Area, CA) – See all my reviews

A stupid title for an equally stupid film. Filmed in Korea, this modern crime drama is complex & confusing. It's another of Bruce Le's movies for the company P.T. Insantra. Le plays a HK Interpol agent, but doesn't have that big a role until near the end when he battles Chiang Tao again. Christina Cheung steals the film (and she can keep it) as a pretty female detective—by that I mean she's both "pretty" and "female", not just "pretty female". Anyway, she fights well in this typically 1970s kung fu movie. However, this is a stupid, pointless film. The credits read: "Super Starring: Bruce Le. Written by Zackey Chan". There's some actor called "Mulo Chiba". Characters are dubbed with names such like "Nifty", "Chunky", "Tiger", "Baldy", and "Flasher".

Anyway, it's the tale of a vengeful Interpol agent Tiger (Bruce Le) who's brother was killed, and how he eventually teams up lady cop sergeant Li (Christina Cheung). To the accompaniment of catchy disco tunes, they're thwarting the actions of Chiang Tao (AKA Kong To) and other antique smugglers— by that I mean they smuggle antiques; I'm not saying they're frightfully old.


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