This unfortunately titled movie seems to be available only on Ocean Shores VHS format and that's all it deserves. I respect Chang Yi. Not a martial artist in his first martial arts movie "King Cat", he certainly trained hard and by 1972 he had the moves of a black belt or equivalent stunt man. Shaw Brothers had thrown him under the bus but he continued to live his dream on his own effort, with results sometimes good - often not. The plot here is Chang Yi is after his brother's killer but it is muddled by too many needless characters most of whom can't fight. There is no female eye candy either as both the chicks seem past their expiration dates for looking hot. Chang Yi will go on to much better movies where he plays the villain. Here, he is still the hero and the only reason I rated it a generous 6 out of 10.
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