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Dragon Fist (simplified Chinese: 龙拳; traditional Chinese: 龍拳; pinyin: Lóng Quán) aka Dragon Hero is a 1979 Hong Kong action film diercted by Lo Wei. The star and stunt coordinator of the film is Jackie Chan. Like Chan's Spiritual Kung Fu, Dragon Fist was filmed in 1978 but could not be released because the studio was running out of money. As a result, both Lo Wei productions only saw a release after Chan returned from his loan period with Seasonal Films, where he made Snake in the Eagle's Shadow and Drunken Master with director Yuen Woo-ping. Unlike most of Chan's early films, Dragon Fist had a more serious tone, with little in the way of comedic moments. Tang How-Yuen (Jackie Chan) is a disciple of kung fu master San-Thye. San-Thye wins a martial arts tournament, only to be killed by evil kung fu master, Chung Chien-Kuen (Yen Shi-Kwan). Tang tries unsuccessfully to fight Chung, and leaves the evil master unharmed. Tang, along with San-Thye's wife and daughter head after the killer to...
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