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Martial Arts Collection [DVD]

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Synopsis

Kung Fu for Sale
Shu Jun Ping directs action star Shaking Eagle in the martial arts film Kung Fu for Sale. When his father attempts to stop him from learning kung fu, a young man (Shaking Eagle) takes off and his own. He soon falls under the tutelage of a master who instructs him in Pig Fist kung fu. Eventually the young man must battle Lightning Shuffler, who wants to rid the world of kung fu practitioners. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Laser Mission
In this action adventure tale, Professor Braun (Ernest Borgnine), an expert in weapons technology, is kidnapped by Soviet terrorists who intend to force him to make a high-tech laser cannon for them. Intelligence agents Michael Gold (Brandon Lee) and Alissa (Debi A. Monahan) are sent in by the CIA to rescue him and recover a cache of stolen diamonds before it's too late for Braun and the world at large. Laser Mission marked Brandon Lee's first starring role in a U.S. feature film, three years before his tragic death while shooting The Crow. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Black Belt Jones 2: The Tattoo Connection
Lee Tso Nam directs Jim Kelly in the martial arts action film Black Belt Jones 2: The Tattoo Connection. When a precious gem is stolen, the CIA assigns their fearless agent Lucas (Kelly) to get it back. He gets some help from one of the bad guys who begins to have a change of heart. Together they take on the evil leader Luk Sam-Kwong. ~ 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

Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers
In Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers, the titular hero comes across a quintet of chop-socky despots. Though decidely outnumbered, Dragon Lee must do everything within his power in order to prevent the overthrow of the Ching government. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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