Snake In The Eagles Shadow
  • Directors(s)

    Woo-Ping Yuen

  • Production Year

    1978

  • Genre(s)

    Martial Arts

  • Approx. running minutes

    97m

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Film

Snake In The Eagles Shadow

moderate violence, language

SNAKE IN THE EAGLES SHADOW is an English-dubbed martial arts action film in which an orphan befriends an old kung-fu master.

  • Directors(s)

    Woo-Ping Yuen

  • Production Year

    1978

  • Genre(s)

    Martial Arts

  • Approx. running minutes

    97m

Posters and synopsis powered by IMDb

There are scenes of moderate violence, which contain masked stabbings and slashings from blades, with minor bloody detail visible in the aftermath. There are also highly-stylised martial arts sequences, some taking place in a clear sporting context, with punches and kicks accompanied by exaggerated sound effects. There are stronger moments existing outside of the sporting context, which contain more focus on the use of pressure points, but these do not dwell on the infliction of pain or injury.
There is moderate bad language ('bitch'), as well as milder terms, including 'bastard', 'God', 'hell' and 'damn'.
A dead man hangs from a tree, implied to have been left there by his enemies, with a written message attached to his clothes. There is no focus on injury detail or accompanying verbal references to the man's death. There is very brief implication of a man sniffing something off the back of his hand, as well as a man lacing a drink with poison, but the latter does not have fatal consequences. There are mild sex references when a man jokes about a move called "Finding the Snake", hitting a man between the legs and also when a priest is pulled into a house by a group of women who claim they can give him lots of 'fun'.

TypeRuntimeDistributorClassification Date
Snake In The Eagles ShadowFilm97m 0s88 Films01/04/2021
  • Classified date

    01/04/2021

  • Language

    English