Kung Fu Collection [2 Discs] [DVD]
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Synopsis

Kung Fu Fever
In this vintage martial arts action opus, the training guidebook of legendary kung fu battler Bruce Lee has disappeared, and one of his disciples (played by Dragon Lee) is determined to get it back. However, he discovers he'll have to take on an army of gangsters from Japan, Korea, and Hong Kong before he can claim the prize. Black Dragon Fever also stars Ron Van Clief. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Blood of the Dragon
Kao Pao Shu's Blood of the Dragon is about a boy who has been commanded to transport an important message to the prince. The prime minister's minions intercept the boy, but the White Dragon arrives in time to save the boy. Eventually the boy, the White Dragon, and the prince team up to stop the prime minister. The film stars Chiao Chiao, Nu Lung, Yang Yang, and Wang Yu. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

The 36 Crazy Fists
The enormously popular martial-arts star Jackie Chan served as the action director for The 36 Crazy Fists and has a cameo. Wong Tai Kwong's (Tony Leung Siu Hung) father is killed, and he seeks revenge. Learning the intricacies of kicking and slashing from a Shaolin master, he takes on 18 opponents before finally getting his chance to square accounts with his dad's murderer. The supporting cast includes Liu Chia Yung and Jen Shin Kuan. Barely known in the U.S., The 36 Crazy Fists began showing up with reassuring regularity in American video stores after the box-office success of Chan's Rumble in the Bronx. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Chinese Hercules
Chan Wai Man possesses an almost supernatural strength. While such an attribute is seen by many as a blessing, it soon shows itself to be a curse when Chan nearly kills his fiancée's brother. He makes a vow there and then never to raise his hand in anger again, but he finds that this vow is challenged every day by the cheating and dishonesty that goes on at the dock where he works. Chan is forced to contain his rage, but one day he is given permission by his boss to use his superhuman strength once more, and teach the lying crooks of the docks a lesson they'll never forget. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi

The Crippled Masters
This is a martial-arts epic about kung-fu masters with physical handicaps. The film demonstrates that punishment can be induced from any body extremity if you're skilled enough. Peter Shen heads this cast. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Image of Bruce Lee
Yueng Kuen directs Bruce Li in the martial arts action film The Image of Bruce Lee. Li plays an undercover police officer assigned to stop a criminal operation (headed by Yin-Chieh Han and Bolo Yeung) that has already stolen jewels and passed phony currency. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Kung Fu: The Punch of Death
In this period martial arts action drama, Fong Si Yu (Meng Fei) is a gifted but arrogant young man who has not learned how to manage his anger or use his gifts for the martial arts for positive purposes. Fong's reckless attacks upon the corrupt leader of a martial arts academy leads to the death of his father, and the disappearance of his mother; a further assault, which claims the life of a student, leaves Fong severely injured at the hands of Iron Fist Tan (Yasuaki Kurata) and the other members of the academy. A humiliated Fong is reunited with his mother, who helps to train him for an epic rematch against Tan and the embittered students. Kung Fu Punch of Death was one of several martial arts dramas which followed the story of Fong Si Yu, most of which were produced by the Grand Old Men of the Kung Fu genre, the Shaw Brothers. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Bruce Lee Fights Back From the Grave
Directed by Umberto Lenzi, Bruce Lee Fights Back From the Grave revolves around Lee's fight for his eternal soul -- the marital arts extraordinaire must face off against the Black Angel of Death in this unique, supernatural kung fu venture. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

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