Siu and Ma are two bandits who ride from town to town robbing banks and killing anyone who tries to stop them. When a hold up goes wrong, Siu is caught, and soon realizes that Ma has kept the money and isn't coming to rescue him.
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3 martial arts directors united for this unique anthology film. Yueh Feng writes and directs a clever love-and-kung-fu triangle, Cheng Kang both writes and directs kung-fu courtesans ... See full summary »
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Siu and Ma are bandits who ride from town to town robbing banks and killing anyone who tries to stop them. When a hold up goes wrong, Siu is caught and tortured. As time passes he realizes Ma has kept all the money and isn't coming to rescue him. Sui manages to escape and heads for Ma's camp to settle the score.Written by
I wanted to like this one but it failed on two levels. In the initial scenes the character played by Ku Feng contrasts with Lo Lieh's. Ku Feng is a carousing, horn-dog, brothel rat who lives for the pleasure of the moment. Lo Lieh is serious, thinking about the future, and wants to settle down with one girl. Yet somehow Ku Feng turns into a responsible citizen in his next scene. Secondly, guns and kung fu don't mix. The police use their rifles as if they were carrying umbrellas. The only time anyone shoots is when they are far enough away to guarantee a miss. The guns have limitless bullets unless a gun is needed to be empty at just that moment. Finally, it took me a long time to find this one because of the title. An internet shopping search will yield thousands of results pertaining to an American TV series. I only managed to find an old VCD in a Chinatown movie store.
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