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Michael Cole over 3 years ago
It was really frustrating watching this movie dubbed.
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The Big Boss, previously known by its U.S. title Fists Of Fury (Chinese: 唐山大兄) is a 1971 Hong Kong martial arts action crime thriller film. The Big Boss was Bruce Lee's first major film. It was written to star James Tien; however, Lee's strong performance relegated Tien, already a star in Hong Kong, to second billing. The film made Bruce Lee a major star across Asia. Cheng is a Chinese man from Guangdong who has moved to Thailand to live with his uncle. He works in an ice factory with his cousins. When a block of ice is accidentally broken, a bag of white powder falls out. Cheng's cousins are asked to stay to see the manager, who tells them there are better jobs for them. The factory is really a front for a drug smuggling ring led by the Big Boss, Hsiao Mi. When the cousins refuse to cooperate, they are killed and their bodies disposed of. Two more of Cheng's cousins, Hsu Chien and Ah Pei, go to Hsiao Mi's house to ask about their brothers. They realize he is acting suspicious and...
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