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This was a wonderfully entertaining movie. In most traditional respects, it was a complete disaster. The editing (including the sound editing) is the worst I have ever seen/heard in a movie. Whoever chose the cats who dubbed this in English was apparently drunk as well - most of them sounded clinically depressed (or like a bunch of morons). But the whimsical roles and performances of Gordon Liu and the drunken master more than compensated for the monumental failures. This remains one of my all-time favorite gongfu movies.
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