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Super Man Chu: Master of Kung Fu (1973)
"Lie ri kuang feng" (original title)

R  |   |  Action, Drama  |  May 1975 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Yi Chang ...
Hung Ching
Mi Tien
Ying Bai ...
Chen Chun (as Pai Ying)
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Hua An ...
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Peng Chang ...
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Ying Chin ...
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Wang Kuk Kim
Hsun Li
San Li
Feng Sheng Lin
Tai-Liang Wang
Min-Hsiung Wu ...
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Super Cool. Super Quick. Super Deadly.

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Hung Ching: It's a long story. The villain killed my whole family and I have to avenge their deaths.
Girl: You must, I know, avenge their deaths, but must you do it right away? Come on, you have to eat.
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Kill him!
29 May 2005 | by (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) – See all my reviews

SUPERMANCHU (1 outta 5 stars) Terrible, terrible Chinese action movie from the 70s... complete with atrocious dubbing and badly-synced sound effects. A bunch of bad guys randomly kill and terrorize some innocent people and a pair of good guys team up to beat the snot out of them. There... that's it... that's the story. All you're going to get out of this movie is some barely competent martial arts action (the heroes don't seem to have too many fancy moves) and some unintentionally stupid American dialogue dubbed in. One pretty good scene has one of our heroes surrounded by bad guys up on some balconies who lasso him with ropes and pull him up into mid-air (marred only slightly because you can obviously see the "invisible" wires that are actually keeping him suspended). Hey, it's not a great scene but it's the only thing in this movie that sticks in my mind and I need to write *something* to pad this review out to a decent length.


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