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Gai shi quan (1972)

A mountain girl sets out to avenge her murdered father.




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Credited cast:
Pin Chiang
Chia-Lin Sun ...
(as Chia Lin Sun)
Chin-Feng Wang
Yuan Yi
Chien Tsao
Yeh Tien ...
(Guest star)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chi Ping Chang
Yi Kuei Chang
Yi-Ben Chang
Ting Chao
Chin Hai Chen
Fu Hung Cheng
Chun Chou
Ming-Ching Chou
Wei-Hsiung Ho


A mountain girl sets out to avenge her murdered father.

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kung fu | heroine | See All (2) »


She Seeks a Mysterious Stranger and Nothing is Going to Get in Her Way


Action | Adventure





Release Date:

1982 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Deadly Fists  »

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2.35 : 1
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It writes the book on "average"
20 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is not just average - it writes the book on average. From start to finish there are no surprises, everything goes exactly as expected. The two lead characters are for one purpose. When one is about to get killed the other steps in to save, then vice versa. The girl sent to deceive the hero, as expected, falls in love with him. If the bad guys fail to kill the hero, as expected, hire a Japanese. There are a fair amount of fights and they are all strictly standard, competent, nothing below and nothing above the middle line of average. As usual in martial arts movies the title is not necessarily descriptive of anything in the movie. There is a girl looking for revenge but she is only on screen less than half the time. There is also the matter of a lost treasure map and that plot line takes up more than the revenge plot line. I usually have a beer with my martial arts movies but even a watered down light beer would be too flavorful here. Better to enjoy this movie with toast no butter and a tepid glass of tap water.

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