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Topic Started: Sep 26 2007, 03:30 PM (10,448 Views)
bdc
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I was also wondering about the Taiwan Hoker Records Shaw dvd's?
Are they decent quality?
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Jan 10 2013, 08:49 PM
Can anyone tell me more about Yuki Video and their dvd's?

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Found this:
"YUKI titles were produced in Hong Kong for Vietnam Territories
and were always issued in resealable sleeves and were never wrapped in shrink."
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Fun. :)
http://shelflifeclothing.com/shirtpages/jrvampire.html
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I saw a great documentary about Bruce Lee yesterday. It was called Fist of Fear, Touch of Death. I really learned some new thing. I didn't know there where samurais in Hong Kong and that you could film in color when Bruce Lee's grandfather was young.





...but no. The thing I was going to ask was if anyone know from which movie the footage when Bruce Lee's "grandfather" fought where taken? Really loved those fight scenes. I would imagine that they where taken from another movie, since I don't think that an american filmmaker could do that.
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Sep 19 2013, 12:19 PM
I saw a great documentary about Bruce Lee yesterday. It was called Fist of Fear, Touch of Death. I really learned some new thing. I didn't know there where samurais in Hong Kong and that you could film in color when Bruce Lee's grandfather was young.





...but no. The thing I was going to ask was if anyone know from which movie the footage when Bruce Lee's "grandfather" fought where taken? Really loved those fight scenes. I would imagine that they where taken from another movie, since I don't think that an american filmmaker could do that.


Ha! Probably my old tape. :lol:

Here's a clip:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x136bo0_f...mily_shortfilms

Chinese samurai, priceless. :D
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Yes it certainly was your old tape. You always send the most round packaging ever. But indeed nice movies. :up:

Yes, there is a lot to be desire in terms of fact in that movie, but damn it was great.

Still want to know which film (or films) the scenes are taken from. Any idea?
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Sep 19 2013, 03:57 PM


Still want to know which film (or films) the scenes are taken from. Any idea?

Nope, I've tried asking but so far no luck.
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Sep 19 2013, 07:41 PM
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Sep 19 2013, 03:57 PM


Still want to know which film (or films) the scenes are taken from. Any idea?

Nope, I've tried asking but so far no luck.

Sorry, I've only seen this post now.
The spliced in footage in question is from Invincible Super Chan from 1971 which was more gory and bloody than most swordplays of its time.
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Awesome. Thanks a lot bubikoglu. I must start looking for that one then.
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Sep 21 2013, 08:46 AM
Awesome. Thanks a lot bubikoglu. I must start looking for that one then.

You're welcome!

Shouldn't be too hard for you to track down a tape - there are Dutch, UK, German and US releases. The real challenge will come when trying to find a version that's 100% uncut!
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