|Directed by||Ron Hulme|
|Produced by||Jalal Merhi
Enrique Jim Gutierra-Ross (associate producer)
Dale Hildebrand (line producer)
J. Stephen Maunder (associate producer)
|Written by||Ron Hulme
J. Steven Maunder (created by)
Jalal Merhi (created by)
March 1991 (American Film Market)runtime = 88 min.
Jalal Merhi, Bolo Yeung and Monika Schnarre star in the tale of a martial artist (Merhi) who studies under an old master (Yeung) in the hopes of avenging his brother's death at the hands of a drug ring.
The movie was released in Canada in 1991, under the Black Pearls name, but was not released in the United States until 1994, where it was released directly to video by Imperial Entertainment under the Fearless Tiger name. In Canada, the movie flopped at the box office. The movie has been released on DVD in the UK, and in the United States as a double feature with Death Machines from EastWest Entertainment. A new special edition DVD is in the works, but as of April 4, 2011, nothing else has been announced.
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