PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Drama
A group of gentlemen of fortune visits a legendary "Lost City", located in Tibet. They plan to steal a priceless statue "Golden Dragon" during the martial arts tournament.
Sir Roger Moore was promised "above the title" billing by the producers on the posters, and the movie, but was shocked to see his name was further down in the credits.
Hey, clown boy! Get off of my street.
Christopher Dubois: Wait a minute.
Riggi: Hey, Dubois, what are you sick in the head or something? Please, grow up, go get yourself some new and nice clothes and come to work for me.
Christopher Dubois: I don't work for nobody.
Riggi: It's too bad, Dubois, it's too...
The movie is set in the 1920s and the tournament is represented by fighters from different sovereign nations around the world. One of the first fights announced is "Okinawa vs. Japan", but Okinawa had been part of Japan since 1879, over 50 years before the tournament.
The BBFC waived all previous cuts made to the film, and passed the widescreen version of the film as an uncut '18' on the 1st July 2002.
$7,029,120 (USA) (26 April 1996)
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