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Pursuit Of Vengeance (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

Ti Lung (Actor) | Lo Lieh (Actor) | Anthony Lau (Actor) | Si Si (Actor)
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A sequel to the applauded The Magic Blade, Pursuit of Vengeance also stars the famous Ti Lung (A Better Tomorrow), supported by Shaw Brothers actors Law Lit and Lau Wing. Directed by Chor Yuen in 1977, Pursuit of Vengeance is less dramatic than The Magic Blade, but it may also be more entertaining with the two supporting actors playing humorous swordsmen in contrary to the serious and cool role delivered by Ti Lung. Apart from dazzling fights, the film also impresses the audience with the characters' skills to disguise as another person and the protagonist's stunningly designed weapons, with which he starts his vengeance plan.

A prolific director from the late 1950s to the 1970s, Chor Yuen was inspired by his father Cheung Wood Yau, a famous Hong Kong actor, and entered the film industry in 1956 as a scriptwriter. He started directing in 1958, and became reputable in both the Cantonese and Mandarin film worlds, in particular for his wuxia films for Shaw Brothers. In his later years, Chor Yuen was known as a TV actor.

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Product Title: Pursuit Of Vengeance (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 明月刀雪夜殲仇 (DVD) (台灣版) 明月刀雪夜歼仇 (DVD) (台湾版) 明月刀雪夜殲仇 (DVD) (台湾版) Pursuit Of Vengeance (DVD) (Taiwan Version)
Artist Name(s): Ti Lung (Actor) | Lo Lieh (Actor) | Anthony Lau (Actor) | Si Si (Actor) | Norman Tsui (Actor) | Derek Yee (Actor) | Gu Kwoon Ching (Actor) | Chang Chung (Actor) | Chen Ping (Actor) | Ching Miao (Actor) | Wai Wang (Actor) | Zhan Sen (Actor) | Ai Fei (Actor) | Yeung Chi Hing (Actor) | Fan Mei Sheng (Actor) | Lin Hui Huang (Actor) | Yu Rong (Actor) 狄龍 (Actor) | 羅烈 (Actor) | 劉永 (Actor) | 施思 (Actor) | 徐少強 (Actor) | 爾 冬陞 (Actor) | 顧冠忠 (Actor) | 張沖 (Actor) | 陳萍 (Actor) | 井淼 (Actor) | 韋弘 (Actor) | 詹森 (Actor) | 艾飛 (Actor) | 楊志卿 (Actor) | 樊梅生 (Actor) | 林輝煌 (Actor) | 于榮 (Actor) 狄龙 (Actor) | 罗烈 (Actor) | 刘永 (Actor) | 施思 (Actor) | 徐少强 (Actor) | 尔 冬升 (Actor) | 顾冠忠 (Actor) | 张冲 (Actor) | 陈萍 (Actor) | 井淼 (Actor) | 韦弘 (Actor) | 詹森 (Actor) | 艾飞 (Actor) | 杨志卿 (Actor) | 樊梅生 (Actor) | 林辉煌 (Actor) | 于荣 (Actor) 狄龍(ティ・ロン) (Actor) | 羅烈 (ロー・リエ) (Actor) | 劉永(トニー・リュウ) (Actor) | 施思(シー・ズー) (Actor) | 徐少強(チョイ・シウキョン) (Actor) | 爾冬陞(イー・トンシン) (Actor) | 顧冠忠(クー・クゥンチョン) (Actor) | 張沖 (Actor) | Chen Ping (Actor) | Ching Miao (Actor) | Wai Wang (Actor) | Zhan Sen (Actor) | Ai Fei (Actor) | Yeung Chi Hing (Actor) | Fan Mei Sheng (Actor) | Lin Hui Huang (Actor) | Yu Rong (Actor) Ti Lung (Actor) | Lo Lieh (Actor) | Anthony Lau (Actor) | Si Si (Actor) | Norman Tsui (Actor) | Derek Yee (Actor) | Gu Kwoon Ching (Actor) | Chang Chung (Actor) | Chen Ping (Actor) | Ching Miao (Actor) | Wai Wang (Actor) | Zhan Sen (Actor) | Ai Fei (Actor) | Yeung Chi Hing (Actor) | Fan Mei Sheng (Actor) | Lin Hui Huang (Actor) | Yu Rong (Actor)
Director: Chor Yuen 楚原 楚原 楚原(チョー・ユン) Chor Yuen
Release Date: 2011-10-21
Language: Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 89 (mins)
Publisher: Hoker Records
Package Weight: 170 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1025607006

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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)

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September 3, 2015

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Don't bother trying to untangle this plot Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Like one of those Russian matryoshka dolls, director Chor Yuen's "Pursuit of Vengeance" is built upon plot within plot, scheme within scheme, treachery within treachery. Eventually the complexity of the film's storyline becomes incomprehensible, but the viewer is carried along by the sheer fun the film's three big stars (Ti Lung, Lau Wing, and Lo Lieh) seem to be having, as the body count grows ever higher.

Deadly martial artist Fu Hong Xue (Ti Lung) has been summoned to a town for reasons unknown to him. In an inn a gang of thugs picks a fight with the scruffy Fu. Colorful, knife-throwing fighter Ye Kai (Lau Wing) comes to Fu's aid and the pair make quick work of the thugs. The dour Fu, however, wants nothing to do with Ye. As it turns out, both of them have been called to the town by its local martial arts school, from which neither is intended to escape with their lives.

With this flimsy premise, the film is off to the races, with fight after fight, skirmish after skirmish. Lo Lieh enters the fray as an assassin looking to kill Fu and Ye if he can find someone to pay him for the job. Lovely Shih Szu also is on hand to sling a sword and, believe it or not, Ouyang Sha Fei also threatens the 'odd couple' central pair.

"Pursuit of Vengeance" is a sort of sequel to "The Magic Blade", in which Ti Lung plays the same character, but watching the earlier film will provide no help to viewers in untangling this Rube Goldberg-like plot. The resolution to it all, however, proves to be surprisingly satisfying. Lo Lieh brings comic brilliance to his affable killer-for-hire and steals the hire; he also features in what may be the most memorable closing shot in any Shaw Brothers film.
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