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Revenge of the Dragon - 1980, 1983, or other?
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Author:  gigantibyte [ Wed Mar 05, 2008 4:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Revenge of the Dragon - 1980, 1983, or other?

There seems to be a few martial arts films with the title or aka title of "Revenge of the Dragon". W33N1S has captured a version that does not seem to have a listing at IMDb or Allmovie.com, so help is needed in determining the correct year.

Details from the credits:

Revenge of the Dragon

Cudal Productions presents
a Campbell-Klein Production

Directed by Michael Campbell

Starring:

Orlando F. Cudal, JR.
Teresita F. Cudal, JR.
Bruce Jimbo Lee as Long
Michael P. Stone as Jim Young
Lee Lee Hola as Dan
Michael Dang as David

No copyright date.

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There are two sites that list the movie:

http://www.reelzchannel.com/movie/18848 ... the-dragon
http://salzers.myvideostore.com/content ... s&id=24505

"A peculiar karate expert disrupts a gangster's drug traffic." That's sound's right, but could also fit many other Kung Fu movies! The two sites don't agree on the year unfortunately.

Author:  Oberon [ Thu Mar 06, 2008 1:43 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Revenge of the Dragon - 1980, 1983, or other?

You've got a weird one there. Here is another link that
supports the 1980 theory:

http://videoeta.com/movie/24505

Also, an interesting note that the Michael P. Stone
listed in the credits could be the same Michael Stone
that was in American Ninja 2. Yes, impress all your
friends with that nugget of info.... :lol:

Oh, and that 3rd screen shot is awesome. He's got
some phat chops!

Author:  gigantibyte [ Thu Mar 06, 2008 3:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Revenge of the Dragon - 1980, 1983, or other?

Oberon wrote:
You've got a weird one there. Here is another link that
supports the 1980 theory:

http://videoeta.com/movie/24505

Also, an interesting note that the Michael P. Stone
listed in the credits could be the same Michael Stone
that was in American Ninja 2. Yes, impress all your
friends with that nugget of info.... :lol:

Oh, and that 3rd screen shot is awesome. He's got
some phat chops!


The 3rd screen is Michael P. Stone as Jim Young, the evil Kung Fu master. The film has now been posted here:
http://forum.dead-donkey.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=17392

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