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Ten Tigers of Kwangtung (1980)

Guangdong shi hu xing yi wu xi (original title)
The movie involves two stories concerning the original Ten Tigers and their future disciples.


Cheh Chang


Cheh Chang, Kuang Ni




Credited cast:
Lung Ti ... Li Jen Chiao
Sheng Fu ... Tan Ming
Phillip Chung-Fung Kwok ... Beggar Su Chan (as Philip Kwok)
Sheng Chiang ... Chou Yu Sheng
Meng Lo ... Iron-fingered Chen Tieh Chi
Feng Lu ... Su Hei Hu
Chien Sun ... Wang Yin Lin
Li Wang ... Tung Chi
Pai Wei Pai Wei ... Wang Chu Ying
Dick Wei ... Wang Teng Ko (as Tu Lung)
Lung Wei Wang ... Liang Sen Kuei
Siu-Ho Chin ... Lin Fu Sheng (as Hsiao Hau Chien)
Tien-Hsiang Lung ... Wang Ming Chiao
Feng Ku ... Tsai Min Yi / Chu Hung Ying
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shu Gei Chan ... Liang Hsiao Hu (as Shu Chi Chen)


The movie involves two stories concerning the original Ten Tigers and their future disciples.

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Action | Drama


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Dull fights, disjointed plot
19 February 2011 | by petersgowSee all my reviews

There is an art to fight choreography, and this movies fights are technically "clean" but lack drama and build up. This movie is an example of why Shaw's popularity fell and golden harvest rose. As the years went on, there was a focus on a sort of Chinese opera style of dance acrobatics and the fights lost the umph of earlier movies such a Heroes Two and Shaolin Martial Arts. Also, the plot is a disjointed mess, and despite the fact that it has a "ton of stars" they are given very little to do. They are better films in the same genre, so I would give this one a pass. You would be better off seeking out Avenging Eagle, Shaolin Temple or Disciples of Shaolin. I read somewhere that Disciples was Fu Sheng's favorite film. Another worthy flick is 5 shaolin masters.

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Hong Kong


Mandarin | Cantonese

Release Date:

September 1981 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Ten Flying Tigers See more »

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Shaw Brothers See more »
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2.35 : 1
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