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The Four Hands of Death (1977)

Zhi zun wei long (original title)

Director:

Chiang Lu (as Richard Chiu)

Writer:

On Szeto
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Cast

Credited cast:
Fong Lung ... Tsai Kan (as Jimmy Lee)
Fu Hung Cheng
Wen-Hsiu Wu Wen-Hsiu Wu ... Chiao Chiao (as Mo Man Su)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chung-Kuei Chang Chung-Kuei Chang
Ping Chang Ping Chang
Hui Lou Chen ... (as Chan Wai Lau)
Shen-Lin Chen
Tien-Chi Cheng ... (as Johnny Cheng)
Ti Chin
Feng-Shan Fan Feng-Shan Fan
Wen-Jui Hsu Wen-Jui Hsu
Yuan Hsu Yuan Hsu
Gen-Man Huang Gen-Man Huang
Kang Li Kang Li
Kun Li ... (as Lee Quinn)
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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese | Mandarin

Release Date:

1977 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Four Hands of Death See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(VHS release)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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A low budget martial arts comedy typical of the year and genre and nothing more
16 November 2016 | by ckormos1See all my reviews

I have this as a 1980 movie with the title "A Wily Match" with Lung Fong, Cheng Fu-Hung, Sun Jung-Chi, Gam Dai, Chan Wai-Lau and Mo Man- Su.

Lung Fong cuts in on a martial arts class, unpaid and uninvited. He defeats them all because none can really fight. Cut to four guys fight out in the weeds for something or another. Cut again to the big man, Cheng Fu-Hung, as the dumb and tough son of the versatile actor Chan Wai-Lau. Father has a hard time keeping a practice partner for the big, tough, but dumb son. Lung Fong falls into the job through a series of comedic circumstances.

Our hero's life is further complicated by winning a bride from a martial arts contest. He rejects her because her feet were bound and he detests the custom though other men are certainly attracted to this unusual form of "beauty". Mo Man-Su had a small role in Jackie Chan's "Spiritual Kung Fu" and does some fights in this movie.

My copy is a digital file from an Ocean Shores VHS. It is English dubbed and the voice actors did a competent job. The video is not wide screen but the picture quality is as good as it gets for a VHS to digital file.

Comedy is difficult to rate in these type of movies. What is funny or not funny is really what you prefer in your tea cup. I liked it, never touched the fast forward button and consider it just a sliver above average for the year and genre.


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