A friend of Sammo's owns a restaurant. He refuses to sell to Nathan Babbott, a big businessman, and then gets attacked. To help his friend Sammo begins an investigation into Babbott. Sammo ... See full summary »

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Sammo Law (as Sammo Hung)
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Capt. Benjamin Winship
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Chen Pei Pei
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Det. Louis Malone
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Nathan Babbott (as John C. Reilly)
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Wu Feng (as George Kee Cheung)
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George Young
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Thornton Kale
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Timothy Chang (as Chao-Li Chi)
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Inspector Hotchkiss
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Vanessa Feng
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Jane Donovan
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Curtis
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A friend of Sammo's owns a restaurant. He refuses to sell to Nathan Babbott, a big businessman, and then gets attacked. To help his friend Sammo begins an investigation into Babbott. Sammo has problems trying to open a checking account at the local bank. Written by Anonymous

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14 November 1998 (USA)  »

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John Reilly is miscredited as John C. Reilly instead of his usual alternate John D. Reilly. See more »

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An action-packed episode
22 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

TAKE OUT is one of the best MARTIAL LAW episodes yet. That's because the story is absolutely packed out with action sequences, all of which are fast, funny, and inventive. Sammo and his buddies are called in to protect the owners of a Chinese restaurant from a ruthless land grabber, a plot with more than a whiff of the western about it. The supporting cast includes a neat role for Shannon Lee, daughter of Bruce, and yes, she fights, although of course she can't hold a flame to Sammo.


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