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Way of The Dragon DVD

Mandarin and/or Cantonese Multilingual DVDs

Hong Kong Movie

Martial Arts Documentary

 85 Minutes


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Way of The Dragon


Actor :Lee, Siu Lung Bruce  Miu, Ho Sau  
Director :Lee, Siu Lung Bruce  
演員 :李小龍  苗可秀  
導演 :李小龍  
監製 :鄒文懷  

發行商 ﹕Universe Laser & Video Co. Ltd.
地區碼: ALL
影像: NTSC 4:3
語言/音效: 國/粵語 5.1 Surround
字幕: 中文(繁/簡體)/英文/日文/印尼文/馬拉文/

Tang Lung arrives in Rome to help a friend Chen Ching-Hua. She has threatened by local gangsters who want to takeover her restaurant. After Tang's arrival, the gangsters appears at the restaurant demands Chen sign over the deed to the restaurant.

That evening the gangsters return to the restaurant for a reply and Tang challengers them and defeats them in and excellent show of his fighting skills. But uncle Wang, the restaurant cashier, warns them not to play up the incident or raise their hopes too high. The mastermind of the gang orders Tang's assassinations.

While Tang is chasing the gun-men, Chen is kidnapped by the gang and force her to sign over the deed. Tang storm the gang's stronghold and rescue Chen. The gang leader hires an international Karate champion from the United States in a last attempt to kill Tang. Tang meets the American in the coliseum and like gladiators they fight to the death. Tang learns that Uncle Wang ha....



DVD: List Price: US $20.95

Sale Price: US$10.95

Language: Cantonese / Mandarin

Subtitle: Chinese(Traditional)/Chinese(Simplified Characters)/English/Japanese/ Vietnamese/ Bahasa(Indonesia)/ Thai/Bahasa(Malaysia)/ Korean

All Regions (Can be played on any DVD player in the world)

Rating: IIA - "Some Content May Be Inappropriate For Children" (roughly equal to an MPPA rating of "PG-13") Films rated Category IIA may contain mild violence such as martial arts, mild nudity that is not sexually oriented, mild explicit language and some mild adult situations.