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Kung Fu Gold (1974)

Shuang long tu hu (original title)
A gold miner returns to his hometown to arrange marriages for his fellow miners. He discovers that his own sweetheart was murdered by a corrupt army officer, and he teams up with a rebel fighter to defeat him.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kuan-Hsiung Wang
Lan Chi
Fei Lung Huang ...
(as Lung Huang)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chi Ping Chang ...
Hsiao Hei
Ping-Yu Chang
Hsin Yi Chen
Hou-Chiang Chi
Ming-Ching Chou
Benny Chow ...
(as Ji-Ping Chou)
Tsi-Yu Hong
Chen-Peng Kao ...
(as Cheng-Peng Kao)
Tien-Chou Kao
Tien Hsiang Lung ...
Brother Nan
Chao Tseng
Peng-Sheng Yu
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A gold miner returns to his hometown to arrange marriages for his fellow miners. He discovers that his own sweetheart was murdered by a corrupt army officer, and he teams up with a rebel fighter to defeat him.

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12 Kung Fu Masters in a Fight for a Fortune in GOLD!

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Action | Drama

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September 1975 (USA)  »

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(Technicolor)

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2.35 : 1
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Referenced in Forty Deuce (1982) See more »

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Clunky
2 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A clunky kung fu effort, filmed on the cheap in Taiwan. This has no recognisable faces or major talent behind the cameras, and the lack of expertise is apparent in the routinely-staged fights and general lack of coherence. It's the sort of film you watch and feel that nobody was really trying very hard.

The story begins as a bunch of gold miners fall out and end up randomly fighting. Eventually the main guy makes his fortune and goes off to marry his sweetheart only to discover that she's been accidentally killed by the chief villain. The chief villain, meanwhile, gets his hands on the loot and becomes all-powerful with his own private army, equipped with guns no less. The hero and his allies must figure out how to combat them.

Everything here plays out exactly as you'd expect. There are no major plot twists, no good fight scenes, just predictability and drawn-out plotting. Just the sort of cheap kung fu film I hate, really.


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