Ten Fingers of Death (1971)

Rated R. Jackie Chan is forbidden by his father to practice Kung Fu. He learns from a old beggar and become proficient in the art. He keeps this a secret until it is needed to protect and defend his family.

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  • 2 thoughts on “Ten Fingers of Death (1971)”

    1. First of the Jacki Chan genre. Story line weak but the action is there even though it appears very staged. Appears to take on a Bruce Lee style of toughness but the embryo of the Jackie Chan style can be seen emerging in certain scenes.

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