Secret of the Shaolin Poles Trailer

Secret of the Shaolin Poles Trailer (1977)

28 April 1977 Action 95 mins

Legendary Chinese rebel Fong Sai Yuk (Fei Meng) takes on the Manchu dynasty in this high-octane martial arts actioner. After killing one of the governor's thugs, Fong must not only elude authorities, but also face a deadly assassin. Discovering the governor has murdered his two kung fu brothers, Fong vows to take on the corrupt leader. The film includes a slew of awe-inspiring battles using lethal Shaolin poles.

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Cast

Meng Fei

as Fang Shi-Yu

Dorian Tan Tao-Liang

as Mai Chiu (as Delon Tam)

Yasuaki Kurata

as Tiger Lei (as Shoji Kurada)

Crew

Chun Ouyang

Director

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 28 April 1977

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