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12-07-2009, 03:45 PM
I have seen others make similar posts with great results, so I thought I would ask fo assistance too. Growing up I used to watch Kung Fu Theater on the USA Network and one scene made a lasting impression, but I can not remember the movies name. The villain had a technique where he drove two fingers into the abdomen of his opponent. It was rather graphic as the usual blood out of the mouth would ensue. I think that he was white-haired and wore red and black and would hide his hand behind a cape like a matador. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
12-07-2009, 03:59 PM
Incredible Kung Fu Mission aka Kung Fu Commandoes. It sounds like this one was played a lot. Were some films played more than others?
KUNG FU BOB
12-07-2009, 06:36 PM
I thought it might be IRON FINGERS OF DEATH. Also known by the following titles: IRON FINGERS OF SHAOLIN
WU TANG PRINCE
and a title that makes no sense as far as describing this film, but I believe that it's the one commonly used for the US release- DEATH MASK OF THE NINJA.
In this film the guy had a two fingered steel thing that fit over his actual fingers. At the end he is carried to the climactic fight on a throne held up by four guys. One of the two heroes of the film was played by Ti Lung as a shaolin student with long black hair, wearing the typical yellow monk's robes. Does that ring a bell?
12-07-2009, 06:49 PM
Thanks for the input. I will do some searches on these titles and see if it is one of them.
[QUOTE][ I think that he was white-haired and wore red and black and would hide his hand behind a cape like a matador/QUOTE]
That's got to be Robert Tai's part in Incredible KF Mission.
12-07-2009, 11:32 PM
KUNGFU COMMANDOS, SHOWDOWN AT THE EQUATOR, BLOOD OF THE DRAGON, SHANGHAI MASSACRE and NINJA EXTERMINATORS were the most frequently replayed films on Kungfu Theater.
12-13-2009, 06:05 PM
I just watched the end fight on Youtube for Incredible KF Mission and that was exactly the film I remembered. Thanks again for the help!
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