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    So, Who are your favorites ‘stache kung fu fighters? I’ll go with Gordon Liu in Dirty ho and Ti Lung in Shaolin temple (lord that guy is made for a stache!).
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    Pai Piao, of course. I can't imagine him without his moustache, though there are a lot of movies I saw him in without it...
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    Chang Yi (I prefer him without any moustache...)
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    Lau Kar Wing and Lar Kar Leung going over the choreography for Drunken Monkey.
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    Oh, les, I forgot to mention the music ! It's the first thing that pleased me when the credits began ! But there were still some inserted themes from The Avengers series (if I'm not mistaken) and from one of the Corleone movie themes (I don't know the English title, here it's called Le Parrain)...☺️
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    Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain
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    Thanks for the clarification. Very interesting. No wonder he was blacklisted. I will google the review and read up on it.
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    No you didn't have it backwards you are exactly right! You must have misunderstood me lol. When I said Kelly didn't use control I meant he actually hit Tan in the fight scenes and Tan got mad and started hitting him back. I think the crew broke them up from having an all out fight. After that it was Kelly that was blacklisted from HK movies. You can read about in the review for the film over at the cityonfire film site.
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    I just watched FIST OF THE DOUBLE K. What a superb movie, with A LOT of very good fights ! I got the German release form FilmArt, with German, English and Mandarin language, running for 1h26mn and a few seconds, and a said Italian shorter version, that plays in German and not in Italian, and runs for only 1h19mn and a few seconds. Henry Yu Yung is excellent, and at some times, I thought that he looked like Ti Lung : take a look at the following screenshots . Arghh !! I didn't shoot the third one well, and it was the one in which it was the most visible !!
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    Not really a " behind the scenes " for a movie, but rather for a show. Angie Chiu and Adam Cheng rehearsing their number, and after (or just before, I don't know) the number, with their costumes.
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    Another thing that I noticed in several movies : it seems that Chinese guys have a kind of devotion for their dirty feet. Not only they clean them by just using their hands, but also they ALWAYS smell their hands after that, and you can see the ecstasy invading their face when they breathe with all their force, just as if they were in the Alps, breathing the sweet smell of the eucalyptuses and the pines !! Maybe it's a kind of medicine for the flu that we should try and see if it's effective...🤣
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    No he's referring to Tan Tao Liang. Kelly didn't want to use control with his techniques in the fight scenes and it pissed him off. That's why the planned sequel to Tattoo Connection never happened and he was pretty much blacklisted from HK movies because of the bad reputation after that.
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    Was just reading through this thread for the first time and was laughing at all the comments, but then when I saw this post with so many comments for one film I didn't even read it first and I was already laughing so hard I couldn't breathe. Secret Executioner's signature gif was adding to the whole experience.
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    ive never seen good copies of either of these,comedy grates abit in both but some good action
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    Beardy reduced to a stache in my favorite HK movie of all time, The Last Blood.
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    Dragonsclaws just can't stop posting something...anything. Which isn't a bad thing, but I prefer more restraint. This thread is interesting in that for once he's not liking my posts! I used to get over 10 notifications a time!
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    Lau Kar Leung was ten years older than Lau Kar Wing.