Eighth Wonder of Kung Fu Trailer

Eighth Wonder of Kung Fu Trailer (1979)

19 October 1979 Action 90 mins

A masterful kung fu student must face all challengers to his honor and his school. He must battle Western boxers in the ring and Thai boxers in the street in order to prove the validity of Chinese Kung fu and to save his friends from dishonor. He even takes the rap for a murder he did not commit to save his friend.

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