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Jin luo han (1977)

Gold is stolen by someone claiming to be Super Guy. Suspicion falls upon a trusted servant and his daughter. Criminals are on the hunt for the missing gold. Super Guy seeks the real thief and restoration of his reputation.

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Yi Chang
Chiu Chen
Han Hsieh
Ping Lu
Fei Lung
Chui Meng
Tien Miao
Hsiao-fu Nan
Chung Tien Shih
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Gold is stolen by someone claiming to be Super Guy. Suspicion falls upon a trusted servant and his daughter. Criminals are on the hunt for the missing gold. Super Guy seeks the real thief and restoration of his reputation.

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martial arts | fighting | See All (2) »

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4 June 1977 (Taiwan)  »

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Golden Lohan  »

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2.35 : 1
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Not as bad as the title would seem but almost
23 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

If you can get past the title that is appropriate for only a Saturday morning cartoon and actually watch the movie you will be one of the few. The movie starts with two bad guys, I call them Horny and Hungry. They meet a girl carrying a chicken dinner. One eats chicken and the other rapes. They soon meet two more evil doers and plan to rob gold from a rich man. It seems someone else has already robbed the gold. More and more characters enter the story to the point where one wonders is there even a good guy in this movie or just a lesser bad guy? Chang Yi as Invincible Superguy could be the good guy but he gets little screen time so how can one decide? This movie seems a throwback to the early days of Taiwan martial arts movies that were heavy on plot and character. Chang Yi did have an excellent dramatic scene in his first appearance. It fails to deliver like "A Touch of Yen" or the other classics, primarily from lack of a real lead character or plot direction. When the final fights come it really does look like a cartoon. Overall the high point of the movie was Chang Yi's mustache – fabulous.


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