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  • Actors: Yuen Yi, Ching Ching Chang, Ming Hsia Wu, Min-Hsiung Wu, Hung Lieh Chen
  • Directors: Min-Hsiung Wu
  • Writers: Richard S. Brummer, William C.F. Lo
  • Producers: Peter Ronald, Yueh Chuan Tung
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 17, 2006
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BVNSAM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #229,914 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Kung Fu Masters Wielding Incredible Devil Weapons! High-flying action, outrageous stunts and stupendous flying appendages are just a few of the sights in store as mighty warriors face off in a battle that can only leave one side standing! The mighty Eagle Claw Clan is torn apart when evil member To Pa instructs his followers to rob honorable Almighty Imperial Lightning Whip, whose children avenge the crime with the aid of a clan member disillusioned by his friend's wicked deeds. An over-the-top cult favorite, this martial arts extravaganza comes packed with quotable dialogue, vivid characters (including the Soul Pickers and the Dragon Raiser brothers), and enough fun and excitement to keep the heartiest kung-fu fans glued to the screen!

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By cookieman108 on February 3, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Back in the early 1970s independent distributor Richard Ellman and film editor Richard Brummer presented American audiences released this Chinese made nugget titled Fearless Fighters, originally released in 1973 by an entity called Sun Wah Motion Picture Company, with the American version released in 1974. I know not who wrote, directed, or even starred in this film, but I will tell you this, I thought it a lot of fun, and worthwhile to anyone who digs on old school martial arts 'B' films featuring a whole lot of crazy, high flying action.

As the story begins we see a man practicing his martial arts skills by throttling a tree, collecting the leaves that fall on his sword blade, and then using said leaves much like one would use throwing stars, impaling them into a target, in this case, a tree, possibly the same one from whence the leaves came, I don't know, but I digress...cut to a convoy, lead by an elderly man on horseback. Some highwaymen appear, and we learn they're members of the Eagle Claw fighting clan. Seems the convoy is carrying a shipment of royal gold intended for distribution to the poor, and the fighting clan, lead by an odious fellow, aims to procure the goods...not very honorable, but soon enough we're knee deep into a fight sequence and we see the old man, who's actually the `All Mighty Imperial Lighting Whip', opens a six-pack of whupazz, as his whip skills are quite impressive (one might even go so far as to say they're da bomb). He manages to fend them off, but the clan returns in greater numbers (and with archers), eventually taking the gold and leaving the old man mortally wounded. Now, the man we saw at the beginning, whose name is something like Napalm (at least that what I kept hearing...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Koski VINE VOICE on August 17, 2007
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No, it is not the finest movie ever made, but this movie is awesome for what it is. Tired of movies with stinky plots, slow parts, art scenes, character development? Look no further -- this movies has NONE of that. It is PURE FIGHTING. Oh sure, there is a vague plot, but you won't make sense of it until halfway through the movie. There was even a 38 second romantic interlude followed immediately by fighting. There are absurd jumps (literally) where the action moves from one locale to another. If you are looking for a movie that is easy on the brain, look no further.

If you want something a bit more cerebral, try to figure out what is going on. When they fight a group of, well, random guys, one of them runs off to warn the evil leader. The good guys are headed towards that same evil leader. The bad guy takes roughly 2 minutes to get there and he is injured. The bad guy leader has enough time to put a contract on somebody's head, hire a killer army, and set up ambushes. Meanwhile, the good guys take a full day to get there. There is plenty more where that came from.

Sit back and enjoy!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By morgoth on September 2, 2006
Format: DVD
Now the movie is nothign special, but does have a few fun weapons. Add in some really good acting and you have a decent movie. The fighting is the thing that slows this film down. It is just slow and doesn't look that good. A few of the fights are fun, but that mainly comes from the acting ability. One man Army, the Devil Ripper, you will see what I mean.

Now the thing I found very interesting was the commentary from the people whio originally released in America back in the 70's. They talk A LOT about how they had to cut the film up a ton becasue there was too much dialogue, and they talk about the dubbign extensively. I had almost as good of a time listening to the commentary. So the movie is decent, but the commentary is very interesting for us that want to know how these movies got released, who released them, basically all the info I wanted to know. I couldn't ask for more.

The pictrue is letterboxed with very good picture quality.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Loren on February 11, 2010
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The 1st thing I intend to write about this film is that it is one of those entertaining gems from the golden age of the 1970's that you cannot pass up if you are a hard core Kung Fu Fan. I was very lucky enough to catch this wonder when it came out in 1973-4. After Bruce Lee had kicked and quickly died, U.S distributors were trying to cash in as fast as they could on the '' Kung Fu Craze''. I still remember being 10 years old and since this was an rated R film, I had to beg my Dad take me. Big mistake. He never took me to another one again, Lol.

That was okay, I snuck into most of the films back then anyway. I can still hear my Dad complaining about the actors '' Flying over Mountains and Rivers'' and that is not far from the truth. This film has an amazing array of sword fights and ''trampoline Fu'' that will def wet your appetite. The wire acts and reverse film footage was in full effect here and will not disappoint.

I'm sure you thought you would get a full review of the film, but I think you should hear it from a fans point of view. I must say that this film is entertaining and you will def get your money's worth. It should be noted that this film along with 5 Fingers of Death was one of the 1st to hit the U.S. shores and be part of Kung Fu Lore.

Enjoy. I know I have for almost 40 years now...
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