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Martial Arts: 4 Film Favorites [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Overview

Synopsis

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

Militant Eagle
The forces of good and evil clash in this martial-arts picture, as personified by warriors and overlords from the Orient's past. ~ John Bush, Rovi

Moonlight Sword & Jade Lion
Tyrone Shu directs Lung Chun, Wang Tao, and Angela Mao in the historically set martial arts film Moonlight Sword & Jade Lion. During the Sung Dynasty, Mao plays a martial arts expert who finds herself involved in a variety of political intrigues. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Bloody Fists
Bloody Fists stars Chen Sing, Lindy Lim, Yue Mi, and Henry Yue Young. Set in the not-so-recent past, the film finds a cotillion of Japanese martial-arts experts terrorizing a small Chinese village. Chen Sing comes to the rescue, but even he is forced to duck for cover. He is, you see, a fugitive from both Chinese and Japanese authorities. Filmed in 1972, Bloody Fists was released worldwide six years later. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Meng Fei
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    Pa Hung
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    Lee Lam Lam
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    Suma Wah Lung
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