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Martial Arts 20 Movie Pack

2.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

For the first time, the legends of martial arts are gathered in this ultimate DVD collection that will provide countless hours of adrenaline-filled action! Check out such classics as Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave, Crippled Masters, Fists of Bruce Lee, L.A. Street Fighter, Rage of the Master and Screaming Ninja. Marvel at the abilities of such superstars as Bruce Lee, Dragon Lee, Bolo Yeung, Bruce Le, Ron Van Clief, Bruce Li and Lee Van Cleef!

Included

  • 1. Blood of the Dragon
  • 2. Bloodfight
  • 3. Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave
  • 4. Champ Against Champ
  • 5. Clones of Bruce Lee
  • 6. Crippled Masters
  • 7. Deadly Kick
  • 8. Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers
  • 9. Fighting Ace
  • 10. Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe, The
  • 11. Fists of Bruce Lee
  • 12. Image of Bruce Lee
  • 13. Kung Fu
  • 14. Kung Fu Fever
  • 15. L.A. Street Fighter
  • 16. Master, The
  • 17. Rage of the Master
  • 18. Real Bruce Lee, The
  • 19. Screaming Ninja
  • 20. Snake Crane Secret

  • Special Features

    None.

    Product Details

    • Actors: Bruce Lee, Bolo Yeung, Dragon Lee, Chen Lee, Bruce Li
    • Directors: Various
    • Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
    • Language: English
    • Region: All Regions
    • Number of discs: 4
    • Rated:
      Unrated
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: July 22, 2008
    • Run Time: 1815 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00196SUPQ
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,645 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

    Customer Reviews

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    Verified Purchase
    Contrary to the only other review here at this time I knew what I was buying before I got this. I got it at $6.99 and free with gift cards so I can't complain. This is another of Mill Creek's low cost compilation sets, which are made of movies that are in the public domain. You shouldn't expect widescreen, digitally remastered features. This came with a colorful menu and four chapter points for each movie. There are 4 films on a dvd so I presume they use dual layer discs. It comes in a hard dvd case with flip over holders. Many of these movies are not available anywhere on DVD or will be for a time, are at a high cost for the same print, or let alone remastered. This is a good addition to go with the Martial Arts 50 Movie Pack Collection. The set that I got from this day comes with all the following:

    # 1. Blood of the Dragon 1973
    # 2. Bloodfight 1989
    # 3. Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave 1978
    # 4. Champ Against Champ 1983
    # 5. Clones of Bruce Lee 1977
    # 6. Crippled Masters 1979
    # 7. Deadly Kick 1976
    # 8. Dragon Lee vs. The Five Brothers 1978
    # 9. Fighting Ace 1979
    # 10. Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe, The 1972
    # 11. Fists of Bruce Lee 1978
    # 12. Image of Bruce Lee 1978
    # 13. Kung Fu - The Invisible Fight 1972
    # 14. Kung Fu Fever 1979
    # 15. L.A. Street Fighter 1985
    # 16. Master, The 1984
    # 17. Rage of the Master 1975
    # 18. Real Bruce Lee, The 1973
    # 19. Screaming Ninja 1973
    # 20. Snake Crane Secret 1976

    There were two movies that repeated from the 50 pack martial arts I have (not the one with bruce lee on the cover): The Master and The Real Bruce Lee.
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    This set is a smart buy for anyone looking to plump up their cheapo kung fu library, especially if you're into Bruce Lee imitators - in one film alone, the infamous CLONES OF BRUCE LEE, we get Bruce Li, Bruce Le, and Bruce Lai, all running wild as the title creations! Probably 1/4 of this collection is Bruce Lee imitators, including blatant bait-and-switches like THE FISTS OF BRUCE LEE, THE IMAGE OF BRUCE LEE, and BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM THE GRAVE, as well as more restrained "tributes" like KUNG FU FEVER [martial artists scramble to track down Bruce's secret training manual] and THE REAL BRUCE LEE [which features some home movie footage of a young Bruce].

    If the washed out spectrum of "Brucesploitation" doesn't appeal to you, there's also the shock hook of THE CRIPPLED MASTERS, a spaghetti western/kung fu cross in THE FIGHTING FISTS OF SHANGHAI JOE, and a Godfrey Ho "epic," CHAMP AGAINST CHAMP.

    There isn't much overlap here between Mill Creek's other sets, besides SHANGHAI JOE [appears on the Spaghetti Western 44 Film Collection] and SNAKE CRANE SECRET and THE MASTER [the Lee Van Cleef TV series thing] from the Martial Arts 50 pack. EXCEPT: this 20 pack was recently reissued as a 16 pack, with some of Mill Creek's snazzy new packaging, retitled FISTS OF VENGEANCE! We lose THE CLONES OF BRUCE LEE, BLOOD OF THE DRAGON, DEADLY KICK, and FIGHTING ACE, for no particular reason that I can see. Along with their newer, licensed TV and Crown International releases, Mill Creek is dragging a lot of their old stuff out of the vault and stuffing it into slick new packaging, probably hoping to snag some new customers who aren't as familiar with their old reputation. But don't be fooled by the slick new covers, it's the same old fuzzy VHS dupes and dubious copyrights, and you're better off getting this older 20 pack!
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    The connection of the stars in the different movies, to Bruce Lee was interesting, whether they were friends or pupils of Bruce, but based on the cover art, I was expecting a little more of actual Bruce Lee information, not those that knew him or had some connection to him. I think that a more in depth look into Bruce's movies, and other movies that built on his legacy would have been a more enjoyable experience.
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    some movies worked fine (looked terrible but hey good ol kung fu cheesiness u cant deny) and some movies didnt work correctly at all. i bought this brand new. the only thing i can guess is the movies were burned onto some very cheap quality dvds. i only spent 5$, but still im disappointed. oh and i like the cover, esp how bruce is in like 1 movie and his clones star in the others. i wasnt expecting much for 5$, but when its barely playable, then we have some issues.
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    Do not buy this set. You will be disappointed if you do. It's not in widescreen format. It's in 4:3 standard format and the video quality is worse than a VHS tape. I will just chuck it out
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