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Two Hong Kong action classics from Sammo Hung, Warriors Two and The Prodigal Son both depict a version of the real-life kung fu master Leung Jan, whose mastery of Wing Chun would make him a legend. 

In Warriors Two, Sammo Hung and Casanova Wong play two students of master Jan (played here by Bryan “Beardy” Leung) who must use their skills to defend their town against an evil businessman and his gang of killers. 

The Prodigal Son follows Leung Jan as a younger man (played by Yuen Biao). Lazy and spoilt, he believes himself to be a great kung fu master not realising that his father has been bribing his opponents to intentionally lose. After being humbled in a real fight, Leung Jan decides to become a real Wing Chun master!

  • Featuring some of Sammo Hung’s most memorable action choreography, Warriors Two and The Prodigal Son are not to be missed and make their UK debuts on Blu-ray from brand new 2K restorations!
  • O-Card Slipcase featuring new artwork by Darren Wheeling
  • Reversible poster featuring original Hong Kong artwork
  • Plus: A Collector’s booklet illustrated with rare archival imagery and featuring new writing by James Oliver; a reprint of Frank Djeng’s original liner notes for The Prodigal Son from the US laserdisc release; and reprints of Warriors Two’s original sales notes and theatrical flyer

Disc One: Warriors Two:

  • Two Versions Of The Film, Both Fully Restored In 2K
  • Warriors Two: Hong Kong Theatrical Version (95 mins)
  • Warriors Two: International Export Version (90 mins)
  • Original Cantonese mono audio (Hong Kong Version)
  • Optional English dubbed audio (Hong Kong and Export Versions)**
  • Optional English Subtitles, newly translated for this release
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels [Hong Kong Version]
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema [Export Version] | Making of “Warriors Two” featurette
  • Stills galleries including rare production stills, artwork, and ephemera
  • Trailers

Disc Two: The Prodigal Son:

  • Fully Restored in 2K
  • Original Cantonese mono audio
  • Optional English dubbed audio
  • Optional English Subtitles, newly translated for this release
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema
  • Archival interview with Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Frankie Chan
  • Archival interview with Guy Lai
  • Alternate English credits
  • Stills galleries including rare production stills, artwork, and ephemera
  • Trailers

*All extras subject to change
** Note: English audio was originally created for the shorter export version, when playing English audio on Hong Kong version, some scenes will still be Cantonese w/ subtitles

studio:
Masters of Cinema
Run Time:
104 mins approx
Director:
Sammo Hung
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Sammo Hung

Casanova Wong

Yuen Biao
Theatrical Release Year:
1978

1981
Main Language:
Cantonese
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
Brand:
Masters of Cinema

Warriors Two & The Prodigal Son: Two Films By Sammo Hung (Eureka Classics) Limited-Edition 2-Disc

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Two Hong Kong action classics from Sammo Hung, Warriors Two and The Prodigal Son both depict a version of the real-life kung fu master Leung Jan, whose mastery of Wing Chun would make him a legend. 

In Warriors Two, Sammo Hung and Casanova Wong play two students of master Jan (played here by Bryan “Beardy” Leung) who must use their skills to defend their town against an evil businessman and his gang of killers. 

The Prodigal Son follows Leung Jan as a younger man (played by Yuen Biao). Lazy and spoilt, he believes himself to be a great kung fu master not realising that his father has been bribing his opponents to intentionally lose. After being humbled in a real fight, Leung Jan decides to become a real Wing Chun master!

  • Featuring some of Sammo Hung’s most memorable action choreography, Warriors Two and The Prodigal Son are not to be missed and make their UK debuts on Blu-ray from brand new 2K restorations!
  • O-Card Slipcase featuring new artwork by Darren Wheeling
  • Reversible poster featuring original Hong Kong artwork
  • Plus: A Collector’s booklet illustrated with rare archival imagery and featuring new writing by James Oliver; a reprint of Frank Djeng’s original liner notes for The Prodigal Son from the US laserdisc release; and reprints of Warriors Two’s original sales notes and theatrical flyer

Disc One: Warriors Two:

  • Two Versions Of The Film, Both Fully Restored In 2K
  • Warriors Two: Hong Kong Theatrical Version (95 mins)
  • Warriors Two: International Export Version (90 mins)
  • Original Cantonese mono audio (Hong Kong Version)
  • Optional English dubbed audio (Hong Kong and Export Versions)**
  • Optional English Subtitles, newly translated for this release
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels [Hong Kong Version]
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema [Export Version] | Making of “Warriors Two” featurette
  • Stills galleries including rare production stills, artwork, and ephemera
  • Trailers

Disc Two: The Prodigal Son:

  • Fully Restored in 2K
  • Original Cantonese mono audio
  • Optional English dubbed audio
  • Optional English Subtitles, newly translated for this release
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels
  • Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema
  • Archival interview with Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Frankie Chan
  • Archival interview with Guy Lai
  • Alternate English credits
  • Stills galleries including rare production stills, artwork, and ephemera
  • Trailers

*All extras subject to change
** Note: English audio was originally created for the shorter export version, when playing English audio on Hong Kong version, some scenes will still be Cantonese w/ subtitles

studio:
Masters of Cinema
Run Time:
104 mins approx
Director:
Sammo Hung
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Sammo Hung

Casanova Wong

Yuen Biao
Theatrical Release Year:
1978

1981
Main Language:
Cantonese
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
Brand:
Masters of Cinema

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Best kung fu movie boxset ever

My review of Warriors Two & The Prodigal Son: Two Films By Sammo Hung (Eureka Classics) Limited-Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray 2 of the finest wing chun kung fu films ever made, essential blu-ray for every kung fu movie collector, I have owned various versions of both films going back to VHS video era, this blu-rays are the best these films ever have looked & sounded. Warriors Two Eureka has removed the thing I hated the most about the Hong Kong Legends version of Warriors Two, the Elvis tune near the start of the film in the tea house, this tune has no place in this classic & by Eureka removing this tune proves it. Not much when it comes to extra's with this blu-ray, a archive featurette introduced by Bey Logan same as on the Hong Kong Legends dvd, Stills gallery, 2 trailers, original theatrical trailer, international trailer, Warriors Two poster & booklet, Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels [Hong Kong Version] & Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema [Export Version]. Picture & sound Two Versions Of The Film, Both Fully Restored In 2K, Warriors Two: Hong Kong Theatrical Version (95 mins), Warriors Two: International Export Version (90 mins), Original Cantonese mono audio (Hong Kong Version), Optional English dubbed audio (Hong Kong and Export Versions). I rate video & audio, 5 out 5 stars for video & 4 out 5 stars for audio. The Prodigal Son Eureka has replaced the audio of Hong Kong Legend DVD Version, with a fully restored version of the original audio, for those kung fu fans who like original audio & English dub. Not much here too when it comes to extra's with this blu-ray, more or less the same as on the Hong Kong Legends dvd, Stills gallery, 3 trailers, original theatrical trailer, international trailer & US home video trailer by Tai Seng release, The Prodigal Son poster & booklet, Archival interview with Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, and Frankie Chan, Archival interview with Guy Lai, Brand new feature Wing Chun 101 with Sifu Alex Richter & Frank Djeng, Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and martial artist / actor Robert “Bobby” Samuels [Hong Kong Version]] & Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema [Export Version]. Picture & sound Two Versions Of The Film, Both Fully Restored In 2K, Original Cantonese mono audio, Optional English dubbed audio & Optional English Subtitles, newly translated for this release I rate video & audio, 5 out 5 stars for video & 4 out 5 stars for audio. Overall both films I rate Warriors Two 4 and a half out of 5 stars I rate The Prodigal Son 5 out of 5 Sammo Hung's crowning achievement I rate this boxset 4 and a half out of 5 stars Both these films are in my top 10 kung fu films of all time. Pro's Very good video & audio. Posters & booklet. Con's These 2 classic deserve a separate release.

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