Zhao Chou quan wang (1973)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Yeh Fang ... Tang Han-Tian
Lung Nu Hsiao Lung Nu Hsiao
Kwai Shan ... Zeng Sha-Lie
Yi Kung Yi Kung
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fa-Hsi Ah Fa-Hsi Ah
Po-Te Ah Po-Te Ah
Sayan Chantaraviboon Sayan Chantaraviboon
Yuan Chieh Yuan Chieh ... Japanese Boxer
Ti Chin ... Chen Hua-Tian
Cheng Po Chou Cheng Po Chou ... Liao Hua
Duangdao Jarujinda Duangdao Jarujinda ... Mila
Ni Liu Ni Liu ... Fang Shi
Tai Na Tai Na
Tan Na Tan Na
Chi-Hsia Tai Chi-Hsia Tai ... Tang Han-Tian's Aunt
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Country:

Hong Kong | Taiwan

Language:

Mandarin

Release Date:

14 December 1973 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Boxer King of Chaozhou See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Experienced Hong Kong film makers go to Thailand and embarrass themselves
2 June 2016 | by ckormos1See all my reviews

Only on "opposite day" would I agree with that title. (Greatest? - nope.) It opens with a fight in the ring. Later the winner is approached by the gangsters to throw a fight. He refuses and is stabbed, kicked, run over, then crawls all the way home before he dies. Tough guy! Mom arrives. Cut to some smart ass looking for a fight at a boxing school gets his smart ass kicked but the teacher is a good guy and welcomes him. Back to mom who has an emergent headache. She needs an operation so our guy enters the ring to win fight money. He wins but it is too late. He continues to fight and win. More important, he is smart enough not to be stabbed like the first fighter. Enter the evil Japanese including Bolo. That was Bolo's worst fight sequence ever.

I loved the irony. The hero refuses to throw a fight and his reason is "I won't cheat the public". Yet the people who made this movie and charged admission for people expecting to see great Thai boxing had no problem cheating the public!

The copy is widescreen format with Chinese and English hard subtitles. Unfortunately these are the solid white subtitles and everyone seems to be wearing a white shirt. The fights in the ring lacked focus, power, and I would go as far to say they lacked simple coordination.


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