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Kung Fu Killer (2008)

A Caucasian monk in Shanghai infiltrates the underworld to find the killers of his spiritual female Grandmaster.

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Kay Tong Lim ...
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Bai (as Lim Yu-Beng)
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Christian Lee ...
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A Caucasian monk in Shanghai infiltrates the underworld to find the killers of his spiritual female Grandmaster.

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17 August 2008 (USA)  »

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The White Crane Chronicles  »

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David Carradine doing his legendary "Kung Fu" only he's older
10 February 2009 | by (Cardiff) – See all my reviews

"White Crane" (Kung Fu Killer) is to me classic David Carradine doing his legendary "Kung Fu" only he's older. If any of you remember his TV shows "Kung Fu" in the 70's and "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" of the 90's in which Carradine fights in a majestic and powerful way and shares with you his words of wisdom then you should love this, if you have been brought up on the films of Jackie Chan and Jet Li where they jump around like they are on something hitting their opponents a dozen times without defeating them but some how winning in the end then you may not appreciate this style of Kung Fu movie. Daryl Hannah does a good job as a 1930s singer and looks the part and Osric Chau is excellent as a young Kung Fu student.


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