The Cub Tiger from Kwang Tung

1973

Action / Comedy

0
IMDb Rating 5.3

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Reviewed by leonblackwood 4/10

Review: I quite enjoyed this authentic movie which sees a young JackieChan (Hsiao Hu), take on a bunch of village bullies who are causinghavoc around his small town. He plays a young waiter who has a uniqueKung Fu skills, which he uses to tackle the bullies who find it hard tobeat him. The bullies soon get fed up with Hsiao and they start to takeadvantage of his loved ones, which just gets him more upset and sendshim on a path of vengeance. The only problem is that Hsiao&#x27;s fatherforbids him to use his Kung Fu skills to defend himself and he isconstantly punishing him for fighting in there village but when thebullies go a step too far, he gives him his blessing to take out thecrime kingpin who has caused trouble in his life before. I really triedmy hardest to get into this movie because you can&#x27;t read the subtitleson the DVD and the bonus subtitles only pop up every now and again. Imanaged to piece the main parts of the storyline together but I misseda lot of the dialogue, which is a shame because the film isn&#x27;t thatbad. With that aside, it&#x27;s not the greatest action that I have seenfrom Chan but for his age, he really does show that he has a promisingfuture in action movies. His acting isn&#x27;t too bad and there are someemotional scenes, which he performed quite well but the whole look ofthe film pretty bad. For entertainment, it&#x27;s a watchable movie, if youget a dubbed version, and the epic fight at the end is worth a watch sofor its time, it&#x27;s actually not that bad. Watchable.<br><br>Round-Up: This movie was directed by Hoi-Fung Ngai who only directedthis movie and the Witch in 1975. For the time, he done quite a goodjob with bringing an authentic action movie to the big screen but thedodgy camera work near the end, really does need a remastering.<br><br>I recommend this movie to people who are into their action/martial artsmovie starring Jackie Chan, Biao Yuen, Pei-Pei Shu and Hung Lieh Chen.4/10

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Reviewed by ckormos1 7/10

Fans need to know there are three edits of this movie. Another possibletitle is &#x22;Cub Tiger from Kwantung.&#x22; Other than that there is no way ofknowing which one you have by looking at the box or titles. You haveone chance in three of getting the one that is not that bad and twochances in three of getting the stinkers. If I could do video editing Icould put together a fourth version that would be as good as any JackieChan movie (without needing any additional scenes). If there&#x27;s a guywith a moustache at the beginning of your DVD then go out and buyanother one. Both of the stinkers begin with the guy in the moustache.Any time you see Jackie Chan fighting this guy in the moustache (KwangYung-Moon) it is NOT Jackie Chan. The better version begins with TienFeng and brother fighting Chen Hung-Lieh. The scene ends with Tien Fengescaping to raise his dead brother&#x27;s child, who is the grown up JackieChan in the next scene. Though this is the better version it skips thescenes of the child growing up and tutored by Simon Yuen. Furtherproblem is that in one version Simon Yuen is a borderline pedophile whoputs the boy bare ass into a bag of snakes. The other version is farmore &#x22;family oriented.&#x22; My idea of the best (my fourth version) wouldbe to begin the movie with the child watching the kung fu schoolpractice. This version unfortunately seques into the snakes in a bagscene. Instead replace that segment with the scene from the otherversion with Simon Yuen holding a chicken leg out for the child tograb. The master/student scenes in this edit are not creepy at all.There is also a rape scene that comes and goes and even comes againafter it was cut (if that makes any sense... really it was like that).Also in one version with Simon Yuen there are some totally unnecessaryscenes where he is teaching Jackie&#x27;s body double. Most important of allin this genre is the final fight. Both versions with moustache guy endwith a fight with Jackie&#x27;s body double. The good version ends with aneight minute long fight on a dock. This is Chen Hung-Lieh (andoccasionally his body double) versus the one and only totally realJackie Chan. This is a darn good fight. Fans of Jackie or old schoolmartial arts movies need to see this fight. So get the right versionand just rest assured despite some things being dumb by the time thebeer buzz hits you will be watching some real good action at the final8-9 minutes.

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Reviewed by Shawn McKenna ([email protected]) 4/10

Contrary to popular belief and even in contrast to Jackie Chan and manyother sources, &#x22;Cub Tiger From Kwang Tung&#x22; (aka Little Tiger of Canton)was finished and even had a small release (probably around 1973 or1974, I currently cannot find exact details) though it was filmed a fewyears earlier in 1971, done a little before his stunt work in &#x22;Fist ofFury&#x22;. Chan was given an opportunity to star in this movie by his&#x22;biggest sister&#x22; from his Peking Opera youth whom was now an assistantto a film producer. In Chan&#x27;s autobiography &#x22;I Am Jackie Chan&#x22; he hasnothing good to say about this experience stating &#x22;One night, thedirector and producer quietly disappeared, taking with them any hopethat the movie would be finished.&#x22; It is not his first film either, hehad done several movies as a child actor in the 60s with &#x22;Big andLittle Wong Tin-Bar&#x22; (1962) being his first appearance in a movie. Helooks quite young though and slight of build compared to his laterappearances.<br><br>Jackie Chan (he uses the screen name Chan Yuen Lung using Sammo Hung&#x27;sold opera name) portrays Hsiao Hu, an adopted precocious martial artyouth who has been brought up by a semi-sadistic foster dad (Tien Feng:Fist of Fury, Young Master) and enjoys sparring with his foster sisterHsiao Lam (Shu Pei-Pei) when he is not working for his Uncle Chiang atChiang Kee Noodles. Hsiao Hu does not know that his real Dad diedabsorbing Lu Chi&#x27;s aka 3rd Brother (Kwan Chung) &#x22;Leg of Doom&#x22; (the movesounds good, does not look that impressive though should be named &#x22;Legof Partial Hurt&#x22;) so Tien Feng could get away and raise his Hsiao Hu.<br><br>Meanwhile, back at the noodle shop, a group of ruffians order aplethora of food, yet refuse to pay. Hu&#x27;s superior Kung Fu is shown ashe destroys them in fighting. Lu Chi just happens to be their boss andthis angers him immensely when he finds out. Hu&#x27;s foster dad isperturbed by his fighting and tortures him with excess work. At firstit is just moving extra pails of water, but after another incident(even though he saved his sister) he is forced to put his hands intobroken glass (great dad). Later, he forces Hu to &#x22;really&#x22; fight hisfoster sister (later in the film though he states that they were madefor each other). Of course, Hu&#x27;s foster dad is only trying to preventhim from using his Kung Fu so he won&#x27;t be found out by the vengeful LuChi (though I do not think this point is ever explicitly said). As inany martial art movie I can only recommend this for Jackie Chan ormartial art movie fanatics for completeness. The editing is quite badand the story is a bit hard to follow leaving lots of floating plotpoints. The lifted score (I am pretty sure this is not an originalpiece) is quite annoying as it is repetitively used. The martial artaction is decent though, Jackie Chan looks quite better than everyoneelse and so the pacing is sometimes off in the fights. The finale worksas well as it should though the highpoint of the film is thedemonstration of skills during the beginning credits where Chan gets toshow off his technique and acrobatic skills (the 70&#x27;s Jackie films showChan do more of his Peking Opera background than later films as well asthis film shows him pre-eye surgery).<br><br>The film quality of the Rarescope R1 edition is quite poor with acropped picture (shown 2:35:1, but a lot of image is missing), burnt-insubtitles that are occasionally replaced by &#x22;other&#x22; subtitles when thecropping interferes (and that replacement also has typos and grammarmistakes) and copious amounts of damage. Also, the back coverdescription has many mistakes with its summation of the plot. Thefunniest is the combo of &#x22;his father has forbidden him ... fromlearning the martial arts&#x22; and &#x22;... killed his father many yearsbefore.&#x22; Still it is nice to have available in a non-&#x22;Master withCracked Fingers&#x22; version shown close to what it originally was.<br><br>The extras are a hodge-podge of trailers, still gallery and a 6-plusminute questionnaire and answer with Jackie Chan. The still gallery isnot too bad with what looks like lobby cards and stills from the movie.The Q and A with Jackie Chan is a shaky camcorder print of Jackie beingquestioned after a showing of &#x22;Rumble in the Bronx&#x22; (quick talk aboutthe longer HK cut). So this was probably originally filmed around 1997in the UK (the year it came out in UK) with other clues such as theaccents and he talks quickly about future projects: Police Story 5(probably talking about New Police Story though that would not come outuntil 2004), a western story (obviously talking about the future&#x22;Shanghai Noon&#x22; (2000)), a South African story (&#x22;Who Am I&#x22; (1998)) andabout finishing A Nice Guy (later known as &#x22;Mr. Nice Guy&#x22;; thoughfilming was done in 1997). Not much is learned from this extra otherthan a quick mention of the &#x22;fireman story&#x22; that never came about andaudiences that are annoying are ubiquitous. Jackie is asked to performsome moves (which he absolutely hates to be asked to do) and he feignsa previous knee injury though later he can be seen bouncing aroundwithout any problems.

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