After Chen Zhen has been killed by the Japanese in Fist Of Fury, his fiancee and some of his friends flee to Taiwan. Taiwan is also under Japanese occupation, however, and they soon learn that the Taiwanese are getting just as rough a deal as they were in Shanghai. Jackie Chan plays a Taiwanese boy that hates the Japanese. He's head strong and courageous, but refuses to learn Kung Fu, despite Nora Miao's best attempts to change his mind. Eventually he snaps though, and signs up to New Jingwu Mun - where he inexplicably becomes their most accomplished fighter in a few days. Nora is so impressed, she agrees to teach him Chen Zhen's secret style - The Fist Of Fury.

Extras

  • Slipcase with brand-new artwork from R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien [Limited Edition - first print run only]
  • Extensive Booklet Notes by Bruce Lee Historian and Martial Arts movie reviewer for Martial Arts Illustrated and World of Martial Arts magazines :-Andrew Staton [Limited Edition - first print run only]
  • New 2K Remasters from The Original 35mm Negatives in 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Original 1976 Cut (120 mins) [Mandarin DTS-HD MA Mono and English DTS-HD MA Mono options] 
  • Re-edited 1980 Cut (83 mins) [Cantonese DTS-HD MA Mono and English DTS-HD MA Mono options]
  • Newly Remastered English Subtitles
  • Audio Commentary by Asian cinema expert Brandon Bentley and artist / Hong Kong cinema expert R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien
  • Audio Commentary by Hong Kong cinema expert Andrew Staton
  • Original Hong Kong Trailer
  • English Trailer
  • Reversible sleeve with original Hong Kong poster artwork and brand-new artwork from R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien  

 

Certificate:
15
Actor:
Jackie Chan

Nora Miao

Chan Sing
Director:
Lo Wei
Region:
B
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English

Mandarin
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH

Run Time:
120 mins approx
studio:
88 Films

New Fist of Fury

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Release Date: 30 November 2020

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After Chen Zhen has been killed by the Japanese in Fist Of Fury, his fiancee and some of his friends flee to Taiwan. Taiwan is also under Japanese occupation, however, and they soon learn that the Taiwanese are getting just as rough a deal as they were in Shanghai. Jackie Chan plays a Taiwanese boy that hates the Japanese. He's head strong and courageous, but refuses to learn Kung Fu, despite Nora Miao's best attempts to change his mind. Eventually he snaps though, and signs up to New Jingwu Mun - where he inexplicably becomes their most accomplished fighter in a few days. Nora is so impressed, she agrees to teach him Chen Zhen's secret style - The Fist Of Fury.

Extras

  • Slipcase with brand-new artwork from R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien [Limited Edition - first print run only]
  • Extensive Booklet Notes by Bruce Lee Historian and Martial Arts movie reviewer for Martial Arts Illustrated and World of Martial Arts magazines :-Andrew Staton [Limited Edition - first print run only]
  • New 2K Remasters from The Original 35mm Negatives in 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Original 1976 Cut (120 mins) [Mandarin DTS-HD MA Mono and English DTS-HD MA Mono options] 
  • Re-edited 1980 Cut (83 mins) [Cantonese DTS-HD MA Mono and English DTS-HD MA Mono options]
  • Newly Remastered English Subtitles
  • Audio Commentary by Asian cinema expert Brandon Bentley and artist / Hong Kong cinema expert R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien
  • Audio Commentary by Hong Kong cinema expert Andrew Staton
  • Original Hong Kong Trailer
  • English Trailer
  • Reversible sleeve with original Hong Kong poster artwork and brand-new artwork from R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien  

 

Certificate:
15
Actor:
Jackie Chan

Nora Miao

Chan Sing
Director:
Lo Wei
Region:
B
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English

Mandarin
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH

Run Time:
120 mins approx
studio:
88 Films
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