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The Twin Swords

The Twin Swords

Intercontinental Video Limited
~Jimmy Wang Yu, Chin Ping, Ivy Ling Po, Fung Bo-Bo
DVD Region 3

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Original Name  鴛鴦劍俠
Official Release Date Mar 22, 2007
Starring Jimmy Wang Yu, Chin Ping, Ivy Ling Po, Fung Bo-Bo
Director Hsu Cheng Hung
Screen Format Anamorphic Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Mono
Language Mandarin
Subtitles Chinese, English
Year 1964
Running Time 88 Minutes
Genre Martial Arts
Version  Hong Kong
PAX-Code PAX0001518559
Catalog No.  IVL108600
Item Code  4891670108600


With a cast list that includes Jimmy Wang Yu, Chin Ping, Lo Lieh and Ivy Ling Po, you can expect lots of hard-edged action in The Twin Swords. Jimmy Wang Yu, the star of such martial arts hits like One-Armed Swordsman, plays Kwei Wu who happens upon a kidnapping with his wife Kan Lien-chu (Chin Ping) at the Red Lotus Temple. Kan sends Kwei to go for reinforcements while she stays to fight the kidnappers. Fortunately, the mysterious Scarlet Maid (Ivy Ling Po) is surreptitiously helping her.


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anthonywijaya78 (286) on 02, Oct. 2011 12:36 (HKT)
Exciting sequel to
"The Twin Swords" looks great and tells an exciting, action-packed tale. The film plays like a violent fairy tale in which anything can and does happen, including a talking bird, an evil lute, and little Fung Bo-Bo slinging the vaunted Fish Intestines Sword. Unfortunately, the movie shifts gears in its final fifteen minutes and becomes too talky. Nevertheless, this colorful, swashbuckling tale is richly entertaining and I recommend it highly.
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