Du bi dao da zhan du bi dao (1977)

  |  Action, Drama


Du bi dao da zhan du bi dao (1977) Poster

The story centers on a secret society that plots to overthrow the Qing Dynasty and resume the Ming monarchy. The organization gains the support of numerous righteous martial clans, but the ... See full summary »


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17 January 2008 | bcuson
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| Great!!
I rented this movie on VHS a LONG time ago (back when Hollywood Video was Video Watch). It's great! The hero is inadvertently drawn into war between two clans when he interrupts the rape of a young girl. He is shot with a poison dart in the shoulder and cuts his arm off - at the elbow...and continues fighting! Awesome, fun, great martial arts, lots of sword fights, meancing bad guys, pretty girls. I couldn't remember the names of any of the actors if you put a gun to my head, but they were all great. Now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure it was part of a distribution company's set. I saw a few of them, but this was the best one. Somebody please release this on DVD.

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Genres

Action | Drama

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Release Date:

18 March 1977

Language

Mandarin


Country of Origin

Hong Kong, Taiwan

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