The Legend of Red Dragon

Overview

An elusive killer with a particularly sharp sword is decimating the ranks of the Kurosawa kai crime family, leaving a key officer with the responsibility of catching the culprit lest he become the last man standing. In Osaka, the streets run red with the blood of the Kurosawa kai. The police say that the killer uses a sword to slice his victims in half, and that the murders are no doubt the work of a true professional. Aramaki is an officer in the Kurosawa kai family. He's determined to bring the killer to ...
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Overview

An elusive killer with a particularly sharp sword is decimating the ranks of the Kurosawa kai crime family, leaving a key officer with the responsibility of catching the culprit lest he become the last man standing. In Osaka, the streets run red with the blood of the Kurosawa kai. The police say that the killer uses a sword to slice his victims in half, and that the murders are no doubt the work of a true professional. Aramaki is an officer in the Kurosawa kai family. He's determined to bring the killer to justice, but the victims are piling up faster than the clues. When suspicions lead Aramaki to believe that the killer is a "sekiryu" (the red dragon), one woman attempts to let the truth be known before it's too late.
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Special Features

Making of; Photo gallery; Cast bios; Trailer
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
Arms and legs are flying every where in this Hong Kong martial arts film that is chock full of colorful, nonstop action starring H.K. superstar Jet Li. Hong Xiguan learned kung fu at a Shaolin temple. He joins rebels to try to usurp the oppressive rulers. Unfortunately, a fellow student squeals upon him and Hong's family is slain, except for his son whom he trains. The duo live with Ma, a wealthy, but idiotic fellow who wants to learn kung fu. He also accepts poor Red Bean, into his home as a slave. Red Bean is ostensibly trying to earn enough money to bury her dead mother. But her mother isn't really dead. It is only part of a scam. Red Bean herself is an excellent martial artist and when not sparring, she and Hong become mutually attracted. They join forces, along with her mother surprise! another marital artist, and his son to defend the Shaolin temple from invaders. The film's alternate title is The New Legend of Shaolin. Sandra Brennan
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/23/2008
  • UPC: 798622370921
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Westlake
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Subtitled
  • Time: 1:17:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 72,149

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Yu Misaki Yu Asahina
Kenji Takechi Rou Kunimoto
Kenichi Endo Genichiro Aramaki
Tatsuya Gasyuin Matsuoto 1
Kenji Ohba
Technical Credits
Toru Ichikawa Director
Eikichi Hasegawa Producer, Screenwriter
Satoru Ohnishi Sound/Sound Designer
Shintaro Oka Producer
Kenichi Suemitsu Screenwriter
Sen Techibana Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Legend of Red Dragon
2. Chapter 1 [6:54]
3. Chapter 2 [3:18]
4. Chapter 3 [4:28]
5. Chapter 4 [2:51]
6. Chapter 5 [4:58]
7. Chapter 6 [4:34]
8. Chapter 7 [8:07]
9. Chapter 8 [6:50]
10. Chapter 9 [11:09]
11. Chapter 10 [9:47]
12. Chapter 11 [4:20]
13. Chapter 12 [7:50]
14. Chapter 13 [2:15]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Legend of Red Dragon
   Play Movie
   Scene Select
   Bonus Features
      Making Of
      Photo Gallery
      Cast Bios
         Yu Misaki
         Kenji Ohba
         Kenichi Endo
         Kenji Takechi
         Tatsuya Gashuin
      Trailer
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