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Kung Fu Kids Part V: The Adventure of Kung Fu Kids (1988)

Hao xiao zi 5: Wan neng yun dong yuan (original title)
It is the time of the dissolution of the Chinese Empire. The Boxer Rebellion challenges the occupying foreign powers, the Empress Dowager rules the throne, but Warlords control the country.... See full summary »

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Yu-Niang Chai
Chung-You Chang
Chung-Jung Chen ...
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Yan Hsiao
Chih-Hsiung Hu ...
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Han Chang Hu
Chie-Wen Lin
Kuang-Chun Lin
Andrew Midkiff ...
Foreign Soldier Ordering the Charge
Min-Jan Ni
Te-Yun Pei
Chia-chia Peng
Ren Tieh
Chung-Chiu Tsai
Shiao-Hu Tso
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It is the time of the dissolution of the Chinese Empire. The Boxer Rebellion challenges the occupying foreign powers, the Empress Dowager rules the throne, but Warlords control the country. After losing his army in a game of poker, one Warlord tries to borrow money from the foreigners but they will only loan him the money on one condition. The foreigners are bringing an international group of top athletes to tour China. If the warlord can recruit, and train a team to beat the international athletes, then he can borrow the money. A motley crew of offbeat characters are forced into being on the team. Coached by a very unorthodox trainer, played by Hu Gua, the team eventually meets the international athletes in a wild series of battles and competitions until one side is victorious. With lots of very juvenile humor, crotch jokes, and mildly interesting kung fu action. Written by AAAndrew

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6 August 1988 (Taiwan)  »

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Hao xiao zi: Di wu ji  »

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Follows Young Dragons: Kung Fu Kids IV (1987) See more »

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