Kung Fu: Punch of Death

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Kung Fu: Punch of Death (1973, HK) is a Martial Arts film directed by Chai Yang Min.

Kung Fu Punch of Death

Main Details

  • Released in 1973 | Color
  • Runtime: 90 Min.
  • Production Co: South Sea Film
  • Distribution Co: L.A.N.A. Films (1974) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed)
  • Directed by Chai Yang Min
  • Starring Fei Meng, Yasuaki Kurata, Lam Lam Lee, Pa Hung, Wang Qing
  • Produced by Ying Chang
  • Action Directors: Chia Yung Liu, Wong Pen-tsi

Also Known As

  • Chen la furia scatenata (Italy) (TV title)
  • Fong Sai Yuk (Hong Kong) (Cantonese title)
  • Kung Fu: The Punch of Death
  • Punhos de Tigre (Brazil)
  • The Prodigal Boxer (Hong Kong) (English title)
  • The Prodigal Boxer: The Kick of Death


  • Every punch hurts, but the last one is...the punch of death!
  • Overpowering in savage action!


  • Legendary Chinese hero Fong Sai Yuk instigates a dispute with a corrupt rival martial school that results in his father's death and his and his mother's exile.

TPB is an early take on the legend of martial artist Fong Sai-Yuk (later to be portrayed by the likes of Jet Li and Alexander Fu-Sheng), here played by Mang Fei. Once Fong Inadvertently kills a student of the rival school run by Iron Hand Tan (Kurata Yasuaki), this action leads to a series of near death confrontations between the men concluding in a tournament battle of the ages. (VCI)

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