EPISODE 6 IS LIVE

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A young slave watches as his father is killed by a ruthless warlord! Left for dead, he finds refuge and healing amongst the legendary monks of Shaolin. But with love and learning in the balance, will he get the vengeance he seeks for the death of his father?

 

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Jet Li Interview (Rare)

Number 5 is ALIVE

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A headstrong brat with a knack for getting into trouble gets disowned until he can master self-discipline from one of the most ruthless Kung fu teachers ever. It’s the potent mix of Kung fu and comedy that put a young Jackie Chan on the map for good! Welcome to the Kung Fu Drive In Podcast, I’m your host Jeof Vita and today, we’re taking a shot at the Drunken Master!

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Fight Science – Drunken style 

MUSIC:

“Wounds”

EPISODE 4 IS LIVE: MASTER OF THE FLYING GUILLOTINE

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It’s an epic vengeance tale that inspired decades of video games and imitators to follow, featuring a legendary weapon that transcended the film, starring a rotating cast of off-the-wall, over-the-top, and often just a tad offensive characters. On this episode, we’re sticking our neck out for the Master of the Flying Guillotine!

 

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Flying Guillotine | MythBusters

The Flying Guillotine

MUSIC:

“Wounds”

“Conscience (remastered)”

“Inexpress”

EPISODE 3 IS LIVE

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King Boxer, released in America as Five Fingers of Death was the film that set off the kung fu craze of the 70s. Bruce Lee took it over the top just a few months later but without Five Fingers, kung fu might never have exploded the way it did.

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Lo Leih 羅烈 interview 邵氏兄弟有限公司

MUSIC:

“Zombie Disco”

“Snake Charmer”