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Along Comes the Tiger (1977)

Xue yu (original title)
A mysterious martial arts master takes revenge on the black Dragon gang for the murder of his father.


Wu Ma


Kuang Ni, Hsin Wei




Credited cast:
Chung-Kuei Chang Chung-Kuei Chang
Chiu Chen Chiu Chen ... (as Kau Chen)
Kao Chen Kao Chen
Kuang-Lung Chi Kuang-Lung Chi
Ming Chin ... (as Tommy Lee)
Po-Wei Hou Po-Wei Hou
Han Hsieh
Phillip Ko
Shih-Hao Ko Shih-Hao Ko ... (as Ko Pao)
Ching Kuo Ching Kuo
Chiang Li Chiang Li
Ming-Wen Li Ming-Wen Li
Wen-Tai Li
Chun-Erh Lung Chun-Erh Lung
Fong Lung


After seeing his father Killed by the master of the Black dragon Gang, a Man known only as Miricle (Or Cloud, In the Chinese version) sets about taking revenge on the entire gang. Wang Tao stars as the Miricle man in this stylish Kung FY film, brilliantly Chrographed by the master of Mayhem Tommy Lee who also co-stars as the Leader of the Black dragon gang. Written by massbits

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Wong Tao's personal tribute to Sergio Lenone's Once upon a time in the west, his father Geogre Wang who also co-produced this film was an actor in many Spagetti Westerns. See more »


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Entertaining Kung Fu Classic!
9 April 2020 | by Movie-MisfitSee all my reviews

Produced by star Wong Tao and his father, Along Comes The Tiger is their tribute to Sergio Leone's infamous Once Upon A Time In The West. Wong's father had actually been quite a popular actor in Italian cinema from the 1960's through to the 80's, as well as starring in a number of Chinese productions, so I guess his love of Italian movies was a big influence in getting this going.

While Wu Ma has never been the strongest director, he still delivers a decent kung-fu adventure (or should I say Western?), that hardly wow's at all, but still entertains as it borrows a few elements from its Italian counterpart, but still provides enough of its own ideas to keep things different!

As a big fan of Wong Tao, I found it cool that his character didn't speak, allowing for a new approach from his usual chop-socky roles and creating a more, mysterious hero. He gets to trade kicks with a young Philip Ko (in his 17th movie of that year), and teams up with famed HK fight director, Stephen Tung Wei, to take on a number of interesting adversaries.

The fights in Along Comes The Tiger are directed by the fantastic Tommy Lee who worked with Wong Tao on the classic, Secret Rivals, Eagles Claw, and The Hot, The Cool & The Vicious. While they certainly aren't his best, they still entertain and have some great moves from Tao especially, with director Wu Ma getting in on the action in a one-on-one with our silent hero...

At the end of the day, this is a film about revenge, leading to a nice and lengthy one-on-one between Tao and Tommy Lee!

Overall: A good cast and decent fights make this an above average flick that's worth at least one watch!

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1981 (West Germany) See more »

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