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Enter the Game of Death (1978)

Si wang mo ta (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Drama | February 1980 (USA)
World War 2 is approaching, and China is suspecting an invasion from Germany and Japan. Mr. Chang Bruce Le is hired by a Chinese espionage group to recover a secret document - crucial in ... See full summary »

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Kwon Yong
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bruce Le ... Chang
Bolo Yeung ... (as Yang See)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chi Ling Chiu
Michael B. Christy Michael B. Christy ... Mr. Keegan
Steve James ... Black Martial Artist
Robert Kerver Robert Kerver
Cheung Lak Cheung Lak
James Nam ... White haired master at red level (as Lam Kum Fun)
John Nowell John Nowell
Le Hai San Le Hai San
Sebastian J. Sciotti Jr. Sebastian J. Sciotti Jr. ... British Agent
Samuel Walls Samuel Walls
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World War 2 is approaching, and China is suspecting an invasion from Germany and Japan. Mr. Chang Bruce Le is hired by a Chinese espionage group to recover a secret document - crucial in winning victory - hidden on the top floor of a 6-storey building, and to do so, must fight his way up the tower and get to the last floor. Written by J. R.

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Action | Drama

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One of 3 Bruceploitation films based on Bruce Lee's Game of Death. See more »

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Bond 77
Music by Monty Norman and Marvin Hamlisch
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Great Fighting - not more not less
11 October 2006 | by heretic369See all my reviews

Yeah, it's a little cheesy, it's a typical Bruce Lee Clone Movie and the story isn't really mentionable (although it's there and even kind of logical.. in the most part). The quality is OK for this time even if there are some bad cuts..

But if it comes to fighting this one is one of my favorite movies.. I like this "defeat the Master of one Stage after another" thing, there are many different fighting styles and one arrogant master after the other plus there's good old Bolo Yeung in his prime role as Executioner of the bad guy - what do you want more ?

So if you get a Copy and like just plain fighting - enjoy it.


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Country:

Hong Kong | USA

Language:

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February 1980 (USA) See more »

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The King of Kung Fu See more »

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Mono

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2.35 : 1
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