The Invincible Kung Fu Legs (1980)
Bruce Lee l'invincibile del kung fu
Incredible Death Kick Master
The Leg Fighters

Nomination Year: 2011
SYNOPSIS:  Boy, those Kung Fu legs, they're sure invincible. I don't know which fight has more bad edits. The plot? Tan, a Northern Chinese Kung Fu expert, kills a man using his lethal footwork in self defense. He is then hired to train a bratty princess and her servant. In the meantime, the brother of the man Tan killed is out for revenge and wants to get him at any cost. Tan trains his unruly charges just in time to fight the main baddie, and... And what? I don't know. Nobody does. The movie has no ending. Oh, and two of the main lieutenants of the baddies are named (I kid you not) Ding Dong and Dong Dong. And Ding Dong (I kid you not again) is voiced almost exactly like Yogi Bear. Better even than Aykroyd's.

Worst Cover Copy

Invincible Kung Fu Cover
The front "image" looks like a collection of clip art with the "kung fu" tag. The back cover's English and punctuation is not so hot, and the saucy tone of the writeup ("a naughty student") is at odds with the serious tone of the actual movie.

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"The --"
Just at the climax of the big fight scene...nothing. It stops. No resolution. No credits. No nothing. They left out the last part of the film. The movie abruptly ceases. YAH!

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Tao-liang Tan  
Kang Peng  
Director Claim to Fame
Tso Nam Lee  

Bryan Cassidy

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