King Boxer

1972 • 97 minutes
68 reviews
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Months before Bruce Lee burst into the international scene with Enter the Dragon, this powerful story of tragedy, torture, redemption, and revenge premiered across America under the unforgettable title Five Fingers Of Death. And, under that title, it went on to become the first international martial arts movie hit, and a perennial best-selling video. It made a continent-spanning star of Lo Lieh, and established the Shaw Brothers as the preeminent studio for high quality action and adventure. Now, finally, after more than thirty years, the original King Boxer takes its rightful place as the film that started it all for the Western world. Not surprisingly, the tale of an honorable fighter's retraining in the "Iron Palm“ style after corrupt invaders crush his hands remains as potent and exciting as when it premiered.
68 reviews
Kelvin Jones
October 24, 2015
One of the very best kung fu movies I ever seen beside Enter the Dragon. Saw it when it first came out as Five Fingers of Death.
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Generation X-Man
March 3, 2015
This became the very first Kung Fu movie to be released and distributed by Warner Brothers courtesy of Shaw Brothers on that Wednesday of March 21,1973.
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Mike Swett
February 24, 2018
A Classic, the single best movie, before Enter the Dragon , of course a Run Swaw Production.
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