Chen Kuan-tai exuded incredible power on screen, which his directors used to great advantage in this fight-filled follow-up to the smash hit The Boxer From Shantung -- which culminates in an incredible climatic battle, choreographed by the legendary Liu Chia-liang and Chen Chuan.
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I saw this movie years ago and consider it one of the best early kung-fu films produced by the Shaw Brothers. Chinese martial arts films are often devoid of irrelevant sub plots and thus easy to follow. Good film!
Dubbed in English, which always ruins the feel of the characters. The movie was okay with decent choreographed fight scenes. The story was not very strong. It has a James Dean feel to it in which the main character wants to be known as a tough guy who is rebellious and fights everyone. If he wants a girl, then he will do anything to get the girl, which is what gets him into trouble. He tries to seduce a girl who is already the girlfriend of a wealthy business man's son, whose family operates a triad. Though the main character has a small triad of his own, it's no match for the wealthy big triads. They duke it out for the girl, but there are deceits among the triads.