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Fainaru faito - Saigo no ichigeki (1989)

Years after retiring from the world of free fighting martial arts, a man returns to the deadly world of fighting after his best student is killed in the tournament.

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Cast

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Masahiro Kai
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Ryu Tenmei (as Yam Tat Wah)
Meg Lam ...
Suzie Wong (as Ken-Ming Lum)
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Milly McKenzie (as Cristina Lawson)
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Chang Lee, the Vietnamese Snake
Shinya Ono ...
Hiuga Riyoichi
John Ladalski ...
Jack O'Brien
Stuart Smith ...
Gang Leader (as Stuart Smita)
Ken Boyle ...
Hank Chow
Takaaki Nakamura ...
Lan Keiser
Fei Lung Chen ...
Stall Keeper
Sindy Lim ...
Stall Vendor
Richard Foo ...
Cheap Restaurant Manager
Masanari Nasu ...
Street Gang Member #1
Tadashi Satô ...
Street Gang Member #2

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Masahiro Kai has made it to the finals of the Free Fighting Championship. In flashback, he remembers training Ryu Tenmei for the event. Ryu makes it to the final bout against the reigning champ, Chang Lee. After Lee kills Ryu, Kai sinks into alcoholism, tangling with a gang of Americans, until he decides to go back into training and defeat Chang Lee himself. Written by Jim Terrell

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He was vicious in Enter the Dragon he was savage in Bloodsport now Bolo Yeung is the ultimate fighting machine in Bloodfight See more »


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24 June 1989 (Philippines)  »

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Yasuaki Kurata, Simon Yam, Meg Lam, Bolo Yeung, and Shinya Ono speak English with no dubbing necessary as this film was an attempt to go international. See more »

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When Masahiro and Ryu first meet, at the end of the fight the Gang Leader (Stuart Smith) gets thrown into the wind shield and hood of an on coming car with his head on the drivers side and feet on the passenger side with the wind shield damaged but intact. The next shot shows Smith's whole body inside the car with his feet sticking out on the passenger side of the wind shield, and the glass is gone before the car hits a pole. See more »

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Fantastic!!!!
20 October 1999 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

I got to see Bloodfight and I have to say it is one of the best tournament-revenge films I have seen. The one that shocked me was that this film was shot in English. Yasuaki "Shoji" Kurata, Simon Yam Tat-wah and most of the stars, who are from Hong Kong, spoke English. Not dubbed, which was quite a surprise. The fight scenes were great as well. I recommend this to any martial arts film fan!!!!


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