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Who Here Remembers The Series- Kung Fu?


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2 hours ago, blackbeltbill said:

Rob,I am taking New Students now.   Come on down.:P

You don't have that call? You like turkey hunting and karate so I figured you'd have one of those in your call collection. As for new students? Haven't you heard? It's WW3, all that hop-chop suey will do me about as much good as buying a Tesla after an E-Bomb goes off. Trump told me so.

I don't feed trolls.

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20 hours ago, blackbeltbill said:

The Saturday  movies as,I remember.  5 Deadly Venoms was a favorite. 

How about Kill Bill?  That's gotta be one of your faves! image.png.cccf274e554afbb8b5c808e6a2da939f.png

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38 minutes ago, Robhuntandfish said:

How about Kill Bill?  That's gotta be one of your faves! image.png.cccf274e554afbb8b5c808e6a2da939f.png

LOL-- I really did not like those 2 movies, I believe.  Very unrealistic.  Good entertainment, I guess for most.

  I go for True to Life/ Believable  Movies and series like the Clip,I posted above .

 

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Bill, there was nothing realistic about those Saturday morning martial arts movies. Fighters flying around on wires, non-fluid movements, and voice tracks so far off with the dubbing they were in the next scene before their lips stopped moving. Fun to watch, yes, realistic, NO. The Kill Bill movies were a throwback to those older movies and even had Mr. Kung Fu himself in them.

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2 minutes ago, DirtTime said:

Bill, there was nothing realistic about those Saturday morning martial arts movies. Fighters flying around on wires, non-fluid movements, and voice tracks so far off with the dubbing they were in the next scene before their lips stopped moving. Fun to watch, yes, realistic, NO. The Kill Bill movies were a throwback to those older movies and even had Mr. Kung Fu himself in them.

  Rob,I favor the Realistic  Movies and Series .  As a former Teacher,I know exactly  what works and what is fake. 

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