Difference between revisions of "The Double Crossers"

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===Also known as===
 
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Gui ji shuang xiong
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*Gui ji shuang xiong
Caminhos Cruzados
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*Caminhos Cruzados
Le grand Piege
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*Le grand Piege
Kung-Fu Killer (Germany)
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*Kung-Fu Killer (Germany)
 
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[[Category:Films|Double Crossers]][[Category:1976|Double]][[Category:Action/Adventure|Double]][[Category:Martial Arts|Double]][[Category:Hong Kong|Double Crossers]][[Category:Golden Harvest|Double]]
  
  
 
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Revision as of 23:57, 29 January 2021

The Double Crossers (1976, HK/Indonesia) is a crime/action drama with martial arts elements.

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Main Details

  • Released in 976
  • Color
  • Written and directed by: Chang-hwa Jeong
  • Stars: Fun-Ti Ai, Michael Wai-Man Chan, Pei-Shan Chang, Sammo Hung, Hsiung Chao
  • Producer: Raymond Chow
  • Companies: Golden Harvest

Also known as

  • Gui ji shuang xiong
  • Caminhos Cruzados
  • Le grand Piege
  • Kung-Fu Killer (Germany)


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