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Dao jian (1967)

Experienced heroine Li Li-Hua plays a swords-woman out to reclaim her murdered husband's "Green Sword," the sharpest blade in the world. The lovely Li Ching plays the role of Li Li-hua's ... See full summary »

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Ching Lee
Chuang Chiao
... Prince Lu Tien Hsia
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Tsao Chang
Chuan Chen
Hao Chen
Shao-Chia Chen
Shao-Peng Chen
Chun Chin
Siu Loi Chow
Chin Chu
Chun Erh
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Experienced heroine Li Li-Hua plays a swords-woman out to reclaim her murdered husband's "Green Sword," the sharpest blade in the world. The lovely Li Ching plays the role of Li Li-hua's student, who must take up the fight when her teacher falters.

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8 November 1967 (Hong Kong)  »

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Do kim  »

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Should be considered a martial arts movie classic
17 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

What a wonderful surprise to watch this movie. I came across it by accident and as a fan of the genre I gave it a chance though I knew nothing of it in advance.

I enjoyed it thoroughly and it ended with many questions. Why is this movie not a martial arts movie classic? Why was a sequel never made in 1968? Why was this movie never remade? It is that good.

Let me qualify that. First you have to be a fan of this genre. Second you have to look at the date it was filmed. Putting that into perspective I rate it 8 out of 10. Reasons for that high rating include: real martial arts. Though not true martial artists the fight choreographer actually taught the actors how to do real kung fu moves. Also the fan is used as a weapon. The fan was later picked up and used as a weapon and comedy prop by Gordon Liu and Jackie Chan and others. Is this not the first use? Finally we have the girls kick ass aspect of the movie. Pei Pei Ching gets a lot of credit for leading that type of action but that's another story. I'll just say this movie is an excellent early example of that style.

To conclude I consider this movie mandatory for all fans of the genre.


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