Ma Sha & Eagle Lee Siu Fei Rare Movies Thread

What's the latest and hottest rare kung fu out there?
lauslee
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Postby lauslee » Mon Jul 30, 2012 12:23 pm

Hey Pete, believe me or not I wanted to make a thread about Ma Sha some time back but I havent done it since I thought that not many will visit it. Anyway I like Ma Sha much as well, I think that he was talented actor and it's shame that he made so less movies and he stayed unknown, and suddenly only hardcore fans have actually heard for him. I think that I can track down those movies that you mentioned over there, Ma Sha and Eagle Lee made much more movies in Taiwan which are unknown to us believe me, I have seen photos of those two from movies that I have never seen before and I used to study cinema of Taiwan for some time! It is interesting fact that Ma Sha all over his body have tattoos that are similar to Chan Wai-Man's, so I used to wonder if Ma Sha had ever any connections with Triads?

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Postby SaritaLinda18 » Mon Jul 30, 2012 1:31 pm

Does it mean that Chan Wai Man has connections with triads ?

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Postby lauslee » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:52 pm

Pete all stuff that you mentioned is totally correct.Those day fans mostly stick to SB flicks and Bruce Lee/Jackie/Sammo stuff. Kung Fu genre is so rich and it has so many stars that are unknown to the public and only hardcore fans can recognise them, one of those is definitly Ma Sha, others that comes to my mind are Cheung Lik, Martin Chui Man-Fooi and Chang Yi-Tao, fantastic actors.

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Postby lauslee » Tue Jul 31, 2012 10:20 am

[Quote=null] Yes lauslee you are correct mate.....and most of these fans as we know on forums burnout after a short while also.....There are many many fans who refuse to post on forums.......because they believe us forum fans are egotistical and argumentative warmongers Most of the hardcore fans who actually love the genre 100% are all-rounders and are perhaps in their mid 40's early 50's in age.....I think its us younger fans that are at each other on keyboards that tend to argue a lot at times.... [/Quote]

Suddenly I haven't seen much old school hardcore fans those days on forums or anywhere else. I think that its real shame since they could help us with many things, but just as you say it now everything on younger fans and I hope that we will manage to solve all mysteries of the kung fu movies world, altough it won't be easy.

[Quote=null]From my knowledge of you Lauslee......You are about 16/17 now yes.....and IMO you are a TRUE FAN TO THE CORE mate......You never argue with anyone or become egotistical....you are just a great fan period......its always great to debate with you and most of all its a great pleasure to know someone like you. [/Quote]

I'm 16 now but im going to be 17 at 5. Jaunuary, when I joined this forum few years ago I wasn't even half knowledgeable as I am today, I must say that I have learned quite a lot since then and man that time just flew away and it seems like I have joined several days ago. I respect all kinds of KF movies even if im not really into modern day stuff and Shaw Brothers, I concentrate more on undiscovered things like Taiwanese and Korean cinema, I have discovered many interesting things and I hope that I helped with building moder KF movies society.

[Quote=null]As you can see on our front page we have fans registering practically every day now....however 95% of the registered fans on FLK just buy and are not interested in forum talk....Its amazing how there are so many fans registering every day......Also on FLK facebook account I dont have much time to promote the page...however we now have a serious following 138 likes so far and I spend little time on facebook. Facebook Account My point is if we were to judge the rise and fall of the fans interest by FORUMS...we would not get an accurate statistical figure of the current wave of interest by forums IMO....because from our stats loads of fans are registering to buy only......however they are NOT INTERESTED IN POSTING perhaps only to read/buy yes but certainly no discussions about the movies and stars.[/Quote]

138 fans on FB page is pretty much big following when we are talking about KF movies. If you are asking me it is better to have 10 active fans then 60 lurkers. I think that correctly FLK forum have about 30 members that are always there to answer questions and to hope with building forum, first that come to my mind are you, Pete sr., Polly, ECC, jrcm and some others... Now im sending message to all those guys that for some reason don't want to join this forum, come here and check us out, we are not arrogant or egotistical, we are true fans that are always ready to share their opinions with everyone no matter if the are newbies or genre experts, since everyone can learn something new from someone.

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Postby samtheseed » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:48 pm

18 Princes 1980
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[IMG]http://i1126.photobucket.com/albums/l601/graemer1959/KidfromXiMenDing1978-4-b.jpg[/IMG]Ma Sha
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The First Error Step aka Never Too Late To Repent 1979

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Ma Sha Filmography

Postby samtheseed » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:28 pm

Born:16th February 1947.
Clan of Righteousness (1979
Ling Chen Liu Dian Qiang Sheng (1979)
The First Error Step (1979)
18 Princes (1980)
Huet Chin Fei A Kai (1980)
The Story of A-Lan (1980)
Fighting Life (1981)
The Gambler's Duel (1981)
Virago (1981)
Nude Body Case in Tokyo (1981)
Ma! Don't Die on My Back (1981)
The Third Face (1981)
Kid from Xi Men Ding (1981)
The Reformed Gambler (1981)
Challenge (1981)
The Daredevil (1981)
Wandering Prodigal (1981)
The Pistol Grabber (1981)
A Centennial of Railways of ROC (1981)
Fighting Duel of Death (1981)
Queen Bee (1981)
Hero vs Hero (1982)
The Gang of Five (1982)
Jackie and Bruce to the Rescue (1982)
The Mad Rose (1982)
Underground Wife (1982)
Rainbow Force (1982)
Witch with Flying Head (1982)
Handsome Vagabond (1982)
The Tycoon (1982)
Seven Steps to Showdown (1982)
I Want to Be a Good Person (1982)
Dirty Trick (1982)
The Girl Robber and I (1982)
Da Xiao Ji Gong (1982)
The Alliance of Hung Sect (1982)
Temptation (1983)
Tian Zhuang A Ge (1983)
My Son My Everything (1983)
Women Are Tough (1983)
Golden Doll (1983)
Friends & Brothers (1984)
The Vampire Dominator (1984)
Ninja Operation: Knight and Warrior (1986)
Ninja Operation 3: Licensed to Terminate (1986)
Ninja Commandments (1986)
Female Brookers (1987)
American Commando 3: Savage Temptation (1987)
American Commando: Angel's Blood Mission (1987)
Xiao Xiao Mian Dang Bing (1989)
A Lang A Lang (1990)
Case Fate of Wolf (1992)
Lady Killer (1996)
Yin Yu Mai Ching (2006)



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Eagle Lee Siu Fei (Filmograhpy)

Postby samtheseed » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:59 pm

Aliases: Lii Sheau-Fei, Li Xiao-Fei, Li Hsiao-Fei, Lee Shiao-Fei, Sean Lee, Lee Hsiao-Fei

Filmography (1974-1992)
Coffee, Wine, Lemonade (1974)
The Living Buddha Chikung (1975)
Young Hero of Shaolin (1975)
The Greatest Plot (1977)
The 7 Grandmasters (1978)
The First Error Step (1979)
Upstairs and Downstairs (1979)
Ling Chen Liu Dian Qiang Sheng (1979)
Story of a Repentant Juvenile (1979)
Magnificent 72 (1980)
The Frogman (1980)
Virago (1981)
Who Dare Challenge Me (1981)
Fighting Duel of Death (1981)
Ma! Don't Die on My Back (1981)
Hei Se Da Heng (1981)
The Call of Duty (1981)
Kid from Xi Men Ding (1981)
Kuo-Hao Crams for College (1981)
Challenge (1981)
Wandering Prodigal (1981)
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The Pistol Grabber (1981)
The City (1982)
The Deadly Angels (1982)
Steamrolling (1982)
Handsome Vagabond (1982)
The Girl Robber and I (1982)
Ying Hung Ho Git (1983)
Armed Schoolgirls (1983)
The Night Ever So Long (1983)
My Son My Everything (1983)
Friends & Brothers (1984)
The Kinmen Bombs (1986)
Ninja Commandments (1986)
Ninja Operation 2: Way of Challenge (1986)
Heaven Dragon Earth Tiger (1986)
Pretty Girl (1987)
My Beloved (1988)
I Revenge For My Son (1989)
Gangland Brothers (1989)
Gamblers Heavenly Made (1990)
The Woman Who Sells the Bean Curd (1992)



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Postby samtheseed » Thu Aug 16, 2012 2:32 pm

I Have "Fighting Duel Of Death" 1981 English Audio if anyone is interested.

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Postby pollypolly » Sun Aug 19, 2012 11:43 am

@ Pete Jr. - Out of the early 80's Ma Sha stuff, personally I'd recommend:
Mad Rose, Queen Bee, Tycoon (w/ Chen Kuan Tai), Seven Steps To Showdown (w/ Champ Wang) and Dirty Trick (w/ Chen Kuan Tai AND Champ Wang).

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Postby samtheseed » Sun Aug 19, 2012 12:58 pm

Queen Bee Brief Summary

Cast:
Lu I-Chan, O Chun-Hung, Ma Sha, Chi Kuan-Chun.

In this classic Taiwan B film there is nothing new or complicated in the story.The plot of this film is very simple and effective it is revolves around two sisters one of them is raped in the beginning of the film and commits suicide through the shame. The other sister vows to revenge so, she learns martial arts, and tattoos a queen bee on her chest, grabs a rifle and goes after the gang who sexually assaulted her sister which led to her death.

Of the four films pollypolly mentioned...i have Dirty Trick in CN audio, NO English subtitles, MKV/H264, 720x480, 581MB.
I can leave someone my Mediafire download links if required.


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