Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Early j. chan
Richard Ristow | Jacksonville, NC United States | 07/22/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"It's almost funny. Jackie Chan in the late 1970's, early '80s. No stunts that mark his later career, this all about straight fighting at slow pace, one in which you notice the plotting and plans. The villian here almost seems to outshine Chan in terms of fighting and martial arts. Still, you see Chan's Buster Keaton-like humor develop here. It doesn't matter how bad the dubbing is, as Chan's physical mannerisms are still a joy to watch, even if it's no where near the calibre of Drunken Master 2 or Mr. Nice Guy. If you buy this, you get a little bit of martial art's history. . .namely, seeing one of Jackie Chan's low-budget steps towards becoming a screen hero.Granted, some of this [is not so good], but it is fun to watch a master in the early stages of his career."