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rdenn
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Postby rdenn » Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:00 pm

plenty of research pete mainland done more than we thought, even moderns

SaritaLinda18
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Postby SaritaLinda18 » Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:36 pm

Where do you find all these interesting movies ?!!!

rdenn
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Postby rdenn » Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:49 pm

you can see the logo on the clip that's where.

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Postby Pete Senior » Wed Oct 23, 2013 11:53 pm

[Quote=rdenn]plenty of research pete mainland done more than we thought, even moderns[/Quote]

Its absolutely amazing.

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Postby Pete Senior » Thu Oct 31, 2013 8:59 pm

Would Ji Chun Hua be regarded as a mainland villain[imgUploaded size=438|500]Mainland_villians.jpg[/imgUploaded]?

rdenn has this man Ji Chun Hua made any hidden gems we should know about?



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Postby rdenn » Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:07 am

pete he has done untold, check this one rotten luck
[youtube]FIb0YvjGR_I[/youtube]

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Postby SaritaLinda18 » Fri Nov 01, 2013 11:51 am

This title Rotten luck every time, isn't it a part of the tv serial The gold conveyors with David Chiang ?

That's true that I saw this guy is in a lot of movies, but most of the time, it's difficult to find the English titles of these Mainland movies except for a few of them...

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Postby Pete Senior » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:19 pm

[Quote=rdenn]pete he has done untold, check this one rotten luck
[youtube]FIb0YvjGR_I[/youtube][/Quote]

Yes he seems to have been busy, without much trace as to his extended career.

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Mainland bad ass stars

Postby Pete Senior » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:43 pm

I have to say this remake of "King Boxer" is quite well made with Timmy Hung "Sammo Hung's" son. Timmy Hung plays the original part of Lo Lieh quite well without overshadowing the original epic.
[imgUploaded size=456|242]Unrivalled_Palm2.jpg[/imgUploaded]

Timmy Hung with the broken hands, inflicted by the Japanese henchmen in this scene.
[imgUploaded size=456|242]Unrivalled_Palm23.jpg[/imgUploaded]


Japanese henchmen are 3 as in King boxer
[imgUploaded size=456|242]Unravvelled_P_42.jpg[/imgUploaded]


Waise Lee on right had side of Timmy Hung, plays the part of the Iron palm instructor played by Fang Mian in the original film
[imgUploaded size=456|242]Unravelled_Palm3.jpg[/imgUploaded]


This cap shows the arch-villains Lam Wai who plays the part of Tien Feng. His son is dressed in white, played by Tung Lam in the original version.
[imgUploaded size=456|242]Unrivalled_palm12.jpg[/imgUploaded]

The old school master, actor/director Wu Ma play the original teacher of the main character played by Lo Lieh

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Postby SuperK » Sat Nov 09, 2013 7:42 am

Timmy Hung off set picture Unrivaled palm.[imgUploaded size=450|600]03ec10p5.jpg[/imgUploaded]


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