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Shaolin: The Blood Mission (1984)
"Sadae solimsa" (original title)

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A general goes on a search for a book that reveals the names of revolutionaries in the area, leading to a showdown at a Shaolin temple where he faces off against the revolutionaries.

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Jeong-li Hwang
Kuk-myeong Son
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Dan Bang / General Yuen (as Wong Cheng Li)
Frankie Poon
Kuo Ming Sun ...
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A general goes on a search for a book that reveals the names of revolutionaries in the area, leading to a showdown at a Shaolin temple where he faces off against the revolutionaries.

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25 August 1984 (South Korea)  »

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Four Shaolin Temples  »

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ENJOYED IT!
14 October 2004 | by (WILMINGTON, NC) – See all my reviews

This movie is one of my favorites in foreign martial arts films. Everything was good from beginning to end. The dreaded General Yuen Fong, killing all the rebels who had the hardest of all times trying the other half of a book. It wasn't blood curdling when branded one the rebels who wouldn't give out the rebel leaders location. Chan, Wi Yin, the tall monk, and Lam Min were the strong fighters in the movie. Mei Lin, the chess piece in Fong's Demented game was also the factor to the monks in the battle against The Tiger Camp. She really packed a punch against Chan's favorite brother monks. Master Han, the leader picked up a good fight against Yuen. And Chan gave it his all against Yuen, and won. This movie dealt with a lot of sacrifice, and though a price was paid, best way to handle it is to keep fighting. A 10!


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