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King Boxer aka Five Fingers of Death
Promising young student Chi-Hao is sent away to train under a new master in order that he may be able to win a martial arts tournament and thus prevent the local thugs from getting the power and prestige that would come were they to win it.
King Boxer aka Five Fingers of Death (Chinese: Tiān xi d yī qun, lit. "Number One Fist in the World"), is a 1972 martial arts film directed by Chang-hwa Chung (鄭昌和 정창화) and starring Lo Lieh. Made in Hong Kong, it is one of many kung fu-themed movies with Lo Lieh in the lead. He appeared in many similar efforts from the 1960s, pre-dating the more internationally successful Bruce Lee.
Released in the USA by Warner Bros. in March 1973, the film was responsible for beginning the North American kung fu film craze of the 1970s
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