They brutally killed his wife, wiped out dozens of his innocent people, and burnt his entire village down to a charbroiled crisp. Now, master Liou Wen-lung (Fang Mien) is out for revenge. Armed with a near-invincible sword style and a pack of killer darts, he heads out to settle a 10-year old grudge with the cold-blooded evildoers. Joining him is his son (Yueh Hua), an orphan named Yu Sien (Chin Ping) and his trusty servant.
- Stars:Ping Chin, Hua Yueh, Siu Hung Cham, Pei-Shan Chang, Yu Chin Chang, Mien Fang, Ying-Chieh Han, Li Jen Ho, Lin Ye Hsiao, Chin Hsu, Tung Hu, Hsiao-man Huang, Feng Ku, Tsan-hsiung Ku, Jen Kwan,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Meng Hua Ho,
- Writer:Yun Chih Tu (screenplay)
They brutally killed his wife, wiped out dozens of his innocent people, and burnt his entire village down to a charbroiled crisp. Now, master Liou Wen-lung (Fang Mien) is out for revenge. Armed with a near-invincible sword style and a pack of killer darts, he heads out to settle a 10-year old grudge with the cold-blooded evildoers. Joining him is his son (Yueh Hua), an orphan named Yu Sien (Chin Ping) and his trusty servant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Killer Darts torrent reviews
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