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唐手跆拳道 (1972)
The Crush


Jason Pai Piao
Steve Chan Ho

Jason Pai Piao



 

Jason Pai Piao

Chen Hung-Lieh

Bang Su-Il

Ingrid Hu Yin-Yin

Gong Hui-Bae
 

Jason Pai Piao

Chen Hung-Lieh

Bang Su-Il

Ingrid Hu Yin-Yin

Gong Hui-Bae
 

Steve Chan Ho

Lee Fung-Lan (1)

Tony Lou Chun-Ku

Kwan Yung-Moon

Kim Ki-Bum
 

Steve Chan Ho

Lee Fung-Lan (1)

Tony Lou Chun-Ku

Kwan Yung-Moon

Kim Ki-Bum
 
Iron Head Korean
Kim Seok-Hun
actor Han Tae-Il ?
Korean
You Young-Kook
Korean

 
Korean
Korean
Korean
Korean

Kim Mun-Ju
 

Bae Su-Cheon
Japanese
Japanese
Japanese
Japanese
 


Nam Chung-Il
Japanese
Japanese
French movie poster
 

Jason Pai Piao

Jason Pai Piao
original Chinese movie flyer; outside
original Chinese movie flyer; inside
Korean Poster
 
Behind the scenes of THE CRUSH: Pai Piao using a trampoline (bottom right corner!)
Jason Pai Piao

Jason Pai Piao

Gong Hui-Bae
Jason Pai Piao
Steve Chan Ho

Jason Pai Piao
Chen Hung-Lieh
Italian movie poster
 
Italian mini poster
German movie poster (displaying a collage of different still segments:
the head of Pai Piao from the original poster was put on a still of Ti Lung from DELIGHTFUL FOREST,
whereas the swords pointing at him are taken from a publicity shot of David Chiang from NEW ONE-ARMED SWORDSMAN, also released by the same distributor in Germany as THE CRUSH!)
original movie poster (image provided by Toby Russell); please note that Lin Nien-Tung is credited here as co-director in addition to Doo Kwang-Gee for the first time. This is surprising, as no other advertisement material names him, especially not the original credits of the movie. Lin Nien-Tung had not really pursued a career as a director. THE INN OF MERCY, attributed to him, remained unfinished under Cathay.
Jason Pai Piao
Chen Hung-Lieh
original lobby card
Jason Pai Piao
Steve Chan Ho
original lobby card (displaying a scene that is not in the final movie:
Lee Fung-Lan caring for Pai Piao after he has defeated the main villain)
Lee Fung-Lan (1)
Jason Pai Piao
 
Italian lobby card set (fotobusta), displaying a mistaken still from THE INVINCIBLE IRON PALM (bottom right)
poster for a German 7-days martial arts movie programme called