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The Swordsman Of All Swordsmen Blu-Ray - Limited Edition

The Swordsman Of All Swordsmen Blu-Ray - Limited Edition

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This limited edition release features

  • Limited edition O-Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Grégory Sacré 
  • A Limited Edition collector’s booklet featuring new writing on both films by James Oliver

Disc 1: The Swordsman Of All Swordsmen (1080p HD presentation on Blu-ray from a 2K digital restoration completed by the Taiwan Film Institute)

Disc 2: The Mystery of Chess Boxing (1080p HD presentation on Blu-ray, scanned from the only known surviving print of the film supplied by collector Dan Halsted (Head Programmer at the Hollywood Theatre, Oregon))


A tale of honour and revenge by a celebrated master of wuxia cinema, Joseph Kuo!

Having witnessed the brutal slaying of his entire family as a small child, Tsai Ying-jie (Tien Peng, A Touch of Zen) spends several years wandering in search of those responsible. After years in training, he intends to use his expert swordsmanship to exact violent revenge on Yun Chun-chung (Tsao Tsien, Dragon Inn) and his four accomplices, who murdered his father in order to obtain a legendary weapon known as the Spirit Chasing Sword. But after dispatching several rival swordsmen that stand in the way of his righteous vengeance, Tsai comes to contemplate the futile nature of revenge after Yun Chun-chung’s daughter, Flying Swallow (Polly Shang-Kuan Ling-Feng, Back Alley Princess), saves his life.

Followed by The Bravest Revenge and The Ghost Hill, The Swordsman of All Swordsmen is the first entry in Joseph Kuo’s Tsai Ying-jie trilogy and a landmark work in the wuxia genre.

SKU: 5060000705256-sl-b


Actors: Polly Ling-Feng Shang-Kuan, Peng Tien, Meng-Hua Yang

Director: Joseph Kuo

Special Features: Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng and film writer John Charles (The Hong Kong Filmography/1977–1997), Archival interview with director Joseph Kuo, Brand new feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng and martial artist / filmmaker Michael Worth, Brand new feature length audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder and Arne Venema

Release Year: 1968


More Information

Format: Blu-Ray

Label: Eureka Video

Region Coding: Region B

Language: Mandarin

Subtitles: English

Case Type: Blu-Ray Case in O-Ring Slip Cover

Technical Details

Run Time: 176 mins

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 original aspect ratio

Video Format: PAL

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