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Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Chuck Norris should have been required to shave his chest and back...and grow a mustache
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Frank Allan over 8 years ago
The Way of the Dragon (Chinese: 猛龍過江; literally, "The Fierce Dragon Crosses the River"; also known as Return of the Dragon in the United States) is a 1972 Hong Kong martial arts film written, produced, directed by and starring Bruce Lee. Tang Lung is sent from Hong Kong to Rome to help his friend's niece Chen Ching Hua, and family friends, whose restaurant is being targeted by the local Mafia, which has been trying to force them to sign a contract handing over ownership of the restaurant to the Mafia boss. After their offers to purchase the restaurant are repeatedly turned down, the gangsters resort to intimidation. Tang fends off the local gangsters and wins the admiration of Chen, who had initially looked down on him for his naïvety. Tang had earlier been reluctant to put all his savings into a bank and had even unknowingly gone home with a prostitute while touring Rome with Chen; he had further frustrated her by not being able to understand the Italian and English languages. After...
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