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Chinatown Connection (1990)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yung Henry Yu ... Chan (as Bruce Ly)
Lee Majors II Lee Majors II ... Houston
Pat McCormick ... Flynn
Fitz Houston ... Tony
Art Camacho ... Estes
William Ghent William Ghent ... Hong
Susan Frailey Susan Frailey ... Dawson
Robert Chen Deer Robert Chen Deer ... Sheung (as Robert Chen Deere)
Brinke Stevens ... Missy
Paul Gunning ... Mike
Tanya Louise Tanya Louise ... Wendy
Greg Chabolla Greg Chabolla ... Officer at Church
Rafael H. Robledo Rafael H. Robledo ... Gang Leader
Erik Nielsen Erik Nielsen ... Smiley
Roger Gutierrez ... Gang Member #2


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Release Date:

19 July 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Lacznik z Chinatown See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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28 September 2002 | by immendorfuSee all my reviews

Well, I ll start to say that this is a different film. It did have a number of reconizable faces throughout and some good fight scenes. By Good, I mean the all with Art Camacho and his 2 buddies. There is only good Bruce Ly fight scene, but I thought he made up for it by his obvious Bruce Lee impersonation and he did incorporate some philo of Bruce Lee's as well. In the end the film is worth seeing.

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