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Hong Kong, 1972, Chung Chang-wha (Cheng Chang-ho)
Here’s the film that started the U.S. chop-socky craze in the early 70s! (Though it won’t have the same bad dubbing in this new, fully-restored 35mm color and subtitled print.) A kid from the country masters the “iron fist” technique at an urban kung-fu school, then proceeds to pummel his opponents – even those who fight dirty against him! “The fight sequences are splendid, and pack many a punch even by today’s standards.” –Time Out Film Guide. Mandarin with subtitles. 97 min.
Added by sspivack on November 15, 2006