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Michael Wai-Man Chan,
My Martial Arts Theater copy was sold to me with Sammo Hung as the star. Not true, the real stars are Lee Ka Ting and Charles Heung. It is odd to see Sammo Hung as a rapist and killer and though he puts in some good moves, as the other review points out he just disappears at the end. As usual the story makes little sense and the acting is pretty poor but the fights are well done, especially the end fights which go on for a very long time. The sex scene is extremely graphic and is strangely set to music from 'Enter the Dragon'. My copy is titled 'The End of the Wicked Tiger' which may be meant to be Han Ying Chieh who puts up some good fights with fist and stick. Wilson Tong fights well too. At least the scenery is not another HK back lot and one fight on a hill has a beautiful back drop. Eddy Ko has only as small part and a poor fight to the death against Han Ying Chieh. Average except for the very good final fight.
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