"All Men Are Brothers" a.k.a. (Seven Soldiers of Kung Fu) (1975)
All Men Are Brothers, also known as 7 Blows of The Dragon 2,Seven Blows Of The Dragon 2,Seven Soldiers Of Kung Fu, Dong Kai Ji, or Seven Soldiers of Kung Fu is a 1975 Hong Kong wuxia film based on the Chinese classical novel Water Margin. The film was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and directed by Chang Cheh and Wu Ma.
(Synopsis): This is the long-awaited sequel to the martial arts blockbuster "Water Margin". Based on one of China's most enduring 14th Century novels, this epic features a cast of perennial kung fu favorites, and no less than four action choreographers! This is the long-awaited sequel to the martial arts blockbuster "Water Margin", which was released in America on video as "Seven Blows Of The Dragon". So now, finally, its many international fans can see this action-packed follow-up, based on one of China's most enduring 14th Century novels. Also known as "Seven Soldiers Of Kung Fu" and "108 Heroes", it is truly an epic by any name, featuring a cast of perennial kung fu favorites, and no less than four action choreographers!
Starring: David Chiang, Ti Lung, Chen Kuan Tai, Danny Lee Sau-Yin, Michael Chan (Wai Man, Chen Hui-Min), Betty Chung Ling-Ling, Guk Fung (Yu Feng), Lily Ho (Li Li), Yueh Hua, Tetsuro Tamba (Tetsuro Tanba), Bolo Yeung, Wong Chung, Chan Sing, Wong Kwong Yue
Directed by: Chang Cheh Wu Ma, Produced by: Runme Shaw Features: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1,Stereo, Running Time: 90 minutes, Languages: English, Subtitles: None, RegionCoding: All Region, Format: NTSC, Production company: Shaw Brothers Studio, Distributedby: Shaw Brothers Studio, Releasedate: 10 May 1975