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Posts Tagged ‘Hong Kong Godfather’

The Director’s Series 35: Johnny Wang – This Man Is Dangerous & Hong Kong Godfather

A hard kicking and hard punching martial arts action actor takes the leap to hard kicking and hard punching storyteller.  With Kenny B and Tom K-W.

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Running Times:

00m 00s – Intro/Johnny Wang biography.
17m 52s – This Man Is Dangerous reception.
21m 30s – This Man Is Dangerous review.
46m 00s – Hong Kong Godfather reception.
49m 24s – Hong Kong Godfather review.

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Two Fisted Podcast 1: Hong Kong Godfather

Ideal females The Ninjasquid and achillesgirl discuss Wang Lung Wei’s 1985 bloody triad film Hong Kong Godfather in the debut episode of Two Fisted Podcast! Highlights include Ninjasquid’s special recipe for the “Hong Kong Godfather” cocktail, a short pre-Shaw biography of Wang Lung Wei, his career, an hommage à Shum Wai, an email interview with Wayne Archer, and a “Learn Movie Cantonese!” segment with Frank Djeng (frankdjeng at yahoo.com) ! Sex, violence and hilarity ensues. Also see the Hong Kong Godfather companion blogpost

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