Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Jackie Chan Action 3 Pack Fantasy Mission Force/Young Tiger/Heroine|
Actor: Jackie Chan
Genres: Action & Adventure
Fantasy Mission Force (1982)The time is World War II - China. Japan is taking over the country and has captured a group of Allied generals. The Chinese hire Don Yen (Jimmy Wang Yu - Master of the Flying Guillotine) to roun... more »
3 Pack - BCI wrong Titles for Included Movies
michael winburn | astoria, ny United States | 06/06/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Fantasy Mission Force:
Actual Title of Movie on Disc: Fantasy Mission Force (Same)
1.71:1 Scope Dolby 2.0 Stereo - English Only
VideoQuality: 1.5 / 5 ; Letterboxed on a 4:3 Screen
Actual Title of Movie on Disc: Eagles Shadow Fist (1973)
2.45:1 Scope Dolby 2.0 Stero - English Only
Video Quality: 2.75 / 5 ; Letterboxed on a 4:3 Screen
(Note: far better quality than the Beverly Wilshire Filmworks (All Seasons Entertainment copied) version that notes: 'Original and Uncut' - when the movie is scoped down to 1.33:1 Full Screen, but that disc is formatted to 16x9 (Enhanced Widescreen) - that disc is garbage...skip it and get this BCI 3 disc version!
Actual Title of Movie on Disc: "Police Woman (The Young Tiger)" aka: "Rumble in Hong Kong"; aka: "The Heroine"
[note: this bci movie is NOT the 1973 Movie called just "Heroine" aka: "Kung Fu Girl" (tie3 wa2)aka: "None but the Brave" with Cheng Pei-Pie (Jacky chan is in that one too but only as villian with short cameo)]
2.41:1 Scope / video Quality: 3/5
Dolby 2.0 - English Only
(Note: Far better quality than the Front Row Features version of the same movie only it's titled, "Young Tiger (Rumble in Hong Kong); aka: "Police Woman" which is Full Screen and VidQ is 0.5/5!) - that disc is garbage - skip that and get this 3 Pack version
There you have it... be warned, but, in general this is okay quality and worth owning.
The Cover of the disc should read:
Jackie Chan Action 3 Pack: Fantasy Mission Force / Eagle's Shadow Fist (Not So Scared to Die)/ Police Woman (Rumble in Hong Kong)"