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Bei po (1977)

R | | Action, Drama | October 1978 (USA)
Two illegal immigrants meet a young kid and the three become best friends until one of them joins the Triads. Now the remaining two must fight the Triads in a battle to the death.

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(as I Hung Hwa)

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(as Chan Wai Lin)
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Credited cast:
Bruce Li ...
Wong Wei-lung (as Chung Tao Ho)
Feng Ku ...
Chin Shi Po
Meng Lo ...
Shao-san (as Lun Kuan)
Carl Scott ...
Tom
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Chai-yun
Susan Yam-Yam Shaw ...
Dora (Guest star) (as Yin Yin Shao)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kwok Kuen Chan
Lung Chan
Chuan Chen
Yi-Hsiung Chi
Chuen Chiang
Tao Chiang
Tien-Chu Chin
Yuet Sang Chin
Alan Chung San Chui
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Two illegal immigrants meet a young kid and the three become best friends until one of them joins the Triads. Now the remaining two must fight the Triads in a battle to the death.

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Side by side to avenge the death of their friend!

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Then unknown actor/stuntman Yuen Biao provided the acrobatic doubling for actor Ku Feng in the final fight. See more »

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Not for the sensitive
31 March 2000 | by See all my reviews

Fans expecting a light hearted Jackie Chan-esque Martial Arts movie or people expecting a fun blaxploitation film will be disappointed by "Soul Brothers of Kung Fu." This film is definitely NOT for the sensitive.

This film DOES feature some spectacular martial arts, the majority from Bruce Li, the best of the Bruce Lee clones. While the fights do provide a lot of entertainment, the storyline itself falters. Yes, it features a typical kung fu movie bad-guy and his bumbling henchmen and a lot of other formulaic martial arts movie scenarios, but most of it borders on risque.

If racial violence offends you, then skip this movie. A lot of the film is focused on the verbal berating and physical beating of Carl Scott, the film's sole African American character, who's been given an extremely stereotypical dub-over.

Also, this movie was obviously cut up when it was released on video. Some of the scenes made no sense, and it's easy to tell that a scene that supported it was cut. The annoying constant use of the theme from "Rocky" doesn't help this movie either. The ending itself also didn't sit well with me for numerous reasons, which I won't really get into. I saw the version with the "alternate ending" (I think that's the only one out there), so I'm not sure if the other version of the ending was any easier to swallow.

You may, as I did, notice this video at your local video store and go "That should be fun." I was under the impression that this would be a campy film, but it really wasn't. As a huge fan of Kung Fu movies, I was able to look past most of the content and focus solely on the fighting, but it was difficult. I do not recommend this movie for anyone looking a for cheesy movie to watch on a rainy day, or for anyone who is trying to wean their way into the Martial Arts Genre. But if you're a fan of good martial arts, you may wanna check this one out.


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