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The Curse of the Dragon Sword (2017)

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Alex Cox presents, a Kung Fu adventure following a father and daughter duo as they seek to reforge the mythic Dragon Sword in order to exact revenge on a powerful warrior.

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Hu
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Lin
Alex Cox ...
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Mi
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Xun
Sasha Viers ...
Trevor DiMartino ...
Master Li
Noel Baterna ...
Kang
Adam Aragon ...
Hu (voice)
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Lin (voice)
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Blacksmith (voice)
Kelsey Bollig ...
Mi (voice)
Victor Jendras ...
Xun (voice) / Wounded Man
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Jeishi (voice)
Matthew Barham ...
Master Li (voice)
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Hu, a Kung Fu teacher, and his daughter, Lin, live in a small village, which is attacked by a powerful warrior and her gang of bandits. Seeking revenge for the loss of their loves ones, Hu and Lin seek out a way to reforge the only weapon with the power to kill the warrior that destroyed their lives - the Dragon Sword. This quest sends them on a long and dangerous journey that begins with the evil blacksmith that originally forged the sword. He then sends them to various locations to retrieve the necessary elements, but warns that these places are guarded by those who have suffered under the sword's blade. Can Hu and Lin survive this journey? Will their taste for vengeance by satisfied? Or will the warrior, Mi, destroy them both? Written by Jason Phelps

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Trivia

This is the first feature length installment in the Dragon Sword series. See more »

Goofs

During the fight with Kang, the string that is moving his beard is sometimes visible. However, this is also somewhat intentional in keeping in line with the style of the film. See more »

Quotes

Blacksmith: What is it you want?
Lin: We want to know how to kill the bandit leader, Mi.
Blacksmith: Ah, Mi. The bandit leader who once sought to destroy the dragon sword, only to be consumed by its evil power. She is now invincible, thank you for stopping by.
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Crazy Credits

In keeping with the style of classic Kung Fu films, all of the credits are listed in an opening credits sequence and there are no closing credits at all. See more »

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Follows The Return of the Dragon Sword (2015) See more »

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