He qi dao (1972)

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He qi dao: Directed by Feng Huang. With Angela Mao, Carter Wong, Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Han Jae Ji. Korea, 1934. During the Japanese occupation, there is open warfare between rival martial arts schools. There is a fight in the marketplace, and three Chinese students can’t stand the unfair way of students that side up with the invasors, when they gang assault one of the fighting men. Between the three, they send the aggressors away. Retaliation is heavy: their school is destroyed, and they are banished. They return to China, and start their own school, and set out on good-will visits to the other martial arts schools, only to find that everybody in their neighbourhood is already dominated by the Japanese. They have many kung fu fights to win, before they eventually manage to establish peace.

“Jackie can be seen briefly in at least two scenes. I first noticed him near the end of the film in the scene where Angela visits the Japanese school and is prevented from leaving. Jackie, dressed in black, stands in the doorway and gets flipped to the floor by Angela. In another scene, heu0026#39;s also standing on the left side of a doorway, but heu0026#39;s wearing white.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI THINK I also saw Yuen Biao (in white) a couple of times, but unfortunately, I canu0026#39;t tell you where to look for him. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWhat surprised me was how prominently featured Lam Ching-Ying is in this movie. Heu0026#39;s all over the fight scene that takes place in the street market, ultimately taking punches from Sammo Hung, who probably has more screen time than anyone else in the film.. certainly screen time spent fighting.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFinally, I was surprised to discover that the attractive young woman who gets ogled and nearly groped near the start is none other than Nancy Sit!”


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