The Hand of Death

With eighteen different ways to kill, the Hand of Death strikes fear into the hearts of men. An evil overlord is oppressing the people in feudal Japan - without anyone to fight on their behalf the future is bleak for the villagers until one comes forward who possesses the ancient skills. With the Hand of Death on their side the people are able to turn the tide against the oppression and tyranny. This film was directed by Wu Yu Sen, who later became better known to Western audiences as John Woo.

Year: 1976
Genre: Jackie Chan Films, Martial Arts, Action
Country: Hong Kong
Director: John Woo
Starring: Jackie Chan, Dorian Tan, James Tien, Tan Tao-Liang
Duration: 97 Minutes
Rating: M
Location in store: Foreign (Hong Kong: Jackie Chan)



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