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Shi er sheng nan (1978)

| Action, Drama | 1978 (Taiwan)
A woman discovers a magical sword, which enables her to learn the deepest secrets of the Dragon Kung-Fu school.

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Credited cast:
Lingfeng Shangguan
Lieh Lo
Feng Shih
Yang Yueh
Hung Yi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shu Lin Chang
Hsin Yi Chen
Shen-Lin Chen
Fu Hung Cheng
Feng Hsien Hu
Han Chang Hu
Tien Te Hui
Sae Ok Kim
Chiang Li
Chung Lin
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A woman discovers a magical sword, which enables her to learn the deepest secrets of the Dragon Kung-Fu school.

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Cheap and gaudy
12 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

ZODIAC FIGHTERS is an obscure, cheap, Taiwanese kung fu fantasy movie based around the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac. The rag-tag storyline sees female fighter Polly Shang Kwan coming up against a ruthless warlord and into possession of a magical sword, but the main thrust of the narrative involves twelve fighters, each of whom are embodied by the spirit of one of the zodiac signs. Thus there's a silly rooster-costume guy, a monkey fighter, and the like. The action here is plentiful but very cheaply staged and the costumes are largely gaudy and rubbish-looking, factors which sap the film of its enjoyment factor even as a so-bad-it's-good picture. Lo Lieh appears in the final reel as his customary master villain, and he has the worst wig ever.


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