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Brutal Tales of Chivalry


Ken Takakura, Ry? Ikebe, Yoshiko Mita, Shinjirô Ehara View All


Isao Matsumoto (Screenplay), Hideaki Yamamoto (Screenplay), Akira Murao (Screenplay), Kiyoshi Saeki (Director) View All

Release: Oct. 1st, 1965
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
After World War II, their town was a pile of rubble. Gennosuke, the second-generation boss of the Kamizu Group was upholding yakuza chivalry by keeping black-market and illegal items out of their open-air market. Taking advantage of the mess, Iwasa and his gang take hold of goods from the US military, black-market and controlled items in order to become the most powerful group in the Enko area. Iwasa has Gennosuke assassinated but before he...
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0 Last Hurrah for Chivalry (John Woo: 1978)
This is the greatest HK ever, save CTHD. It has the best kung fu ever. see this movie, it may be really hard to find, i had to order it on DVD. It shows on the Action channel (satalite only my friend...

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