|Produced by||Sir Run Run Shaw|
|Starring||Alexander Fu Sheng
Siu Yam Yam
Wang Lung Wei
|Distributed by||Shaw Brothers Studio|
Chinatown Kid (Chinese: 唐人街功夫小子; pinyin: Tángrénjiē Gōngfu Xiǎozi; Jyutping: Tong4jan4gaai1 Gung1fu1 Siu2zi2) is a 1977 Shaw Brothers kung fu film directed by Chang Cheh, with action choreography by Robert Tai Chi Hsien and Lee Ka Ting, and starring Alexander Fu Sheng and the Venom Mob.
Struggling to survive the murderous gang wars of Hong Kong, Tan Tung (Alexander Fu Sheng), a young martial arts street fighter, successfully takes on all challengers—until he runs up against the savage underworld empire of Hong Kong's Triad mafia. Escaping to San Francisco, he again tangles with criminal gangs, but this time fights his way to the top of the city's most feared gangster organization led by the White Dragon boss (Kuo Chui). At last, his rise to power leads to a final, murderous, gang-land war for control of all Chinatown. And in the end, Tan Tung must decide whether he will use his awesome skills to fight for evil...or for to help his best friend Yang Ching.
- IMDb entry
- Chinatown Kid at Hong Kong Cinemagic
- Chinatown Kid at AllMovie
- Chinatown Lost Detailed breakdown of the Chinese vs English release
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