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Bruce Lee in New Guinea
Bruce Lee in Snake Island

Hong Kong 1978
directed by Cy Yang, Joseph Kong Hung
starring Bruce Li (= Ho Chung Tao), Chen Sing, Dana, San Kuai, Lee Gam Kwan, Bolo Yeung (= Yang Sze), Lau Ga Yung


review by
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Archeologist Kwong (Bruce Li) & his friend Chin (Lee Gam Kwan) go top Snake Worship Island in New Guinea, the former to study the natives, the latter to study Snake style Kung Fu, but once there they learn of the evil devil sect that butally rules over the Snake Tribe & its benevolent princess Ankawa (Dana).

After many Kung Fu fights with the sect's guards (lead by Bolo Yeung), Kwong & Chin get separated, & while Chin manages to escape back to Hong Kong, Kwong seems to have disappeared. It is not until many moons later that Kwong returns as well, but he is a changed man, always brooding, & when women touch him, he invariably seems to turn into a snake.

But why is that ? When on Sanke island, Kwong fought the Great Wizard of the Devil sect, & that man poisoned him & left him to die. Fortunately though Kwong was found by princess Ankawa & nursed back to health. The 2 (of course) fell in love, but when Kwong was discovered by the wizard, he was saved only on the condition that he left Snake Worship Island & the princess would do everything the wizard wants - which comes quite handy for the wizard, as he wants to marry her to his good-for-nothing son (San Kuai) ...

Kwong & Chin however decide to train some more Kung Fu & go back to Snake Worship Island, & it was about time too, since the princess has since born Kwong's son, who has been cursed to die within a week ba the wizard's son, & the only way to lift the curse is to find the Snake Pearl. Unfortunately though, there are some treasure hunters after the legendary pearl, too, so Kwong & Chin have to fight not only the sect but these guys as well.

Chin loses his life in the proceedings, but  Kwong manages to beat both the wizard & his son - who was about to rape the princess - as well as the treasure hunters, find the pearl, heal his son & in the end head off to Hong Kong with the princess.

Ah yeah, there's a gorilla guarding the princess thrown into the story, too.


A stupid martial arts story with hints of the supernatural, a man in a bad ape suit, women in cheap & cheesy skimpy costumes (comparable to those of that campy Wonder Woman tv-series), some exotic locations with the occasional  power line hanging into the picture, in other words: pretty dumb, but a fun watch.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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