(as Philip Chalong), (co-director)




Credited cast:
Yuen Kao ...
Chang Jang-ming
Jeanette Yu Wei ...
Lorna Cheng
Sing Chen ...
Tien Chung
Sombat Metanee ...
Chang Jang-cheng (as Mo Sung)
Ai Nu Ma ...
Lu Chu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fei Lung Chen ...
Hung Ku Chen ...
Chang Fa-li
Ming Chin
Ho Chiu Kei
Hsiu Hsia Lung ...
Wu Min
Luok Nong
Sompong Phonmitr
Somjit Sapsomruai
Chi Sung ...
Tsai, Lai


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Release Date:

December 1977 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

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2.35 : 1
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The fast-forward button is the best part
13 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you are a die-hard martial arts movie fan and want to watch every one ever made then this film might show up on your list. One day when you run out of wet paint to watch dry would be a good day for this movie. The plot has something to do with a family grudge. That's all you need to know because nothing else makes sense. Visually, you get to see Thailand in 1972. It's pretty. The movie runs about 90 minutes but you will be off the couch much sooner because your thumb will be on the fast-forward button for at least half of this nonsense. The fights, few and far between, are bad in every way possible. Too close, too many cuts, scraggly stunt men who can barely stand up, lack of power and lack of focus. Did I mention the boobies? No because not even a typical 1970s nipple just for the heck of it appears. Keep your thumb on fast forward and scratch this one off your list.

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