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Along Comes the Tiger (1977)

Xue yu (original title)
A mysterious martial arts master takes revenge on the black Dragon gang for the murder of his father.





Credited cast:
Chung-Kuei Chang
Kao Chen
Kau Chen
Kuang Lung Chi
Ming Chin ...
(as Tommy Lee)
Po Wei Hou
Han Hsieh
Phillip Ko
Shih Hao Ko ...
(as Ko Pao)
Ching Kuo
Chiang Li
Ming-Wen Li
Wen Tai Li
Chung-Erh Lung
Fong Lung


After seeing his father Killed by the master of the Black dragon Gang, a Man known only as Miricle (Or Cloud, In the Chinese version) sets about taking revenge on the entire gang. Wang Tao stars as the Miricle man in this stylish Kung FY film, brilliantly Chrographed by the master of Mayhem Tommy Lee who also co-stars as the Leader of the Black dragon gang. Written by massbits

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1981 (West Germany)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Wong Tao's personal tribute to Sergio Lenone's Once upon a time in the west, his father Geogre Wang who also co-produced this film was an actor in many Spagetti Westerns. See more »

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This cult classic really delivers!
16 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to say I know of lots of Kung Fu Cult films and I've never even heard of this one until RARESCOPE bought it from the star/producer of Along Comes a Tiger, Wang Tao! It is a remake of the classic western "Once Upon a Time in the West" and features several of the same elements but overall it very unique. It features lots of fights at breakneck speeds. Some of the other HK legends in the film include Philip Ko and Tung Wei (the famous "Kick Me" kid from Enter the Dragon). Another element I liked was the fact that Wang Tao's character Sacred Cloud didn't speak at all (so you don't have to worry about the usual "You killed my father prepare to die!"). Overall I felt Along Comes a Tiger doesn't follow the usual formula of Chop Socky films and proves to be a diamond in the rough. TWO THUMBS WAY UP!

Make sure to buy the RARESCOPE DVD release that features a commentary and several other special features, including an anamorphic widescreen presentation.

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