Death Duel of Kung Fu Trailer

Death Duel of Kung Fu Trailer (1979)

31 December 1979 Drama, Action, Foreign 87 mins

Ming General Cheng (Wang Dao) and his band of soldiers escape to Taiwan after Ching forces topple the Ming Dynasty. Still fearing the deposed general's deadly potential, however, the Ching prince Ta orders his own band of ruthless mercenaries to finish off Cheng and his warriors. The rivals prove to be equally skilled, and soon everybody is kung fu-fighting in this action-heavy martial arts spectacular.

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Don Wong Tao

as Sun Shing Kwei

Charlie Chan Yiu-Lam

as Kai Yee Chi

Peter Chan Lung

as Marshall Tao's assistant

Eagle Han Ying

as To Ku Lan


Cheung Kei


International Releases Dates

Taiwan 31 December 1979

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