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石破天驚 (1973)
The Awaken Punch
Re-release title: Village on Fire
US DVD release title: Buddhist Shaolin Avengers
US title: The Fury of the Black Belt
Alias: Black Belt Fury
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 05/23/1973 - 05/29/1973
Box Office: HK $439,052.20
  Fong Lung-Seung
  Fong Lung-Seung
  Cory B. Sarangaya
Action Directors
  Yuen Wo-Ping
  Yuen Cheung-Yan
  Jimmy L. Pascual
original movie poster 
(provided by Toby Russell)
  Henry Yu Yang ... Cheung Da Gong
  Au-Yeung Pui-San ... Jun Suen
  Tien Feng ... Mr. Wong
  Mang Lee ... Brothel Madam
  Kenneth Tsang Kong ... Goes to the law
  Ko Hsiang-Ting ... Gong's father
  Sun Lan ... Commissioner
  Fong Yau ... Pai (White Fan)
  San Kuai ... Li (Black Fan)
  Fung Hak-On ... Thug
  Nancy Sit Ka-Yin ... Da Gong's sister
  Lee Chiu (2) ... Thug
  Yuen Wah ... Court deputy
  Lee Hang (3) ... Thug
  Yuen Wo-Ping    
  Mars ... Fighter
  Yuen Shun-Yi ... Pushy customer
  Jackie Chan ... Thug
  Kong Chuen (3) ... Thug
  Yuen Cheung-Yan ... Thug
  Tang Tak-Cheung ... Thug
  Alan Chan Kwok-Kuen ... Thug
  Wynn Lau Chun-Fai ... Thug
  Joe Cheung Tung-Cho    
  Chan Siu-Kai    
Production Company
  Empire Cinema Center Limited
  Dak Lee Film Company, Ltd. (Hong Kong)
  Hua Shan
  Kwok Ting-Hung
  Stanley Chow Fook-Leung
  Cory B. Sarangaya
  Ho Man-Keung
  Chan Sai-Wing
Production Manager
  Michael Fung Kin-Kuen
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  Cheung Da Gong is a righteous young man who decides to stand up for the poor and downtrodden shopkeepers, who are being bullied by a local gang for protection money. But then he hires himself out to a high bidder. What's going on ? Gong is restrained from fighting for a time, having made a deathbed promise to his father to stop being a hothead, but of course that doesn't last, otherwise there'd be no movie, now would there ?