Discussion in 'Martial Arts Films & Videos' started by Kevin, Jun 20, 2012.
OMG SifuPhil. Cheese is the word that you heard.
Sad to say, but this one came to mind this morning...
Oh well, you can't have a good movie if there are no bad ones
Wow - I never knew Brandon was in anything with Ernest Borgnine - I still remember HIM from McHale's Navy!
and escape from New York
Some of jackie chans early work
Kung Fu Hustle!!!!
Here's one you gotta see! I couldn't find the full movie
36th chamber of shaolin
The dragon lives again!!!
Ernest Borgnine was in the greatest TV show ever made. Airwolf. Also check out Jan Michael Vincent's karate moves!
Oh and I think it's a safe bet SifuPhil still has a fair supply of this.....
And the British version
Jim Kelly is a legend!!
Not any more, unfortunately, but I used to buy it in 55-gallon drums.
US gallons or Imperial??
U.S., of course! *square chin jutting out, long hair flying in the breeze, bald eagle on shoulder*
I own the Monkey series box set. Here in Australia during the 80's, they would have that on every weekday at 5pm. Get home from school - homework (sort of), Monkey at 5pm, Doctor Who at 530pm and then Countdown at 6pm(Music Show)....aaahhhh, those where the days.
Anyhow, 'Monkey' and 'Forbidden Kingdom' both are based on the chinese folklore story 'Journey to the West'
Flying Guilotene, scene it, stupidest concept ever....
36th chamber of Shoalin, true kung fu classic
Half a loaf of Kung Fu, another classic
3 Ninja's......ummmm, yeh...well
Ah, that'll be why you ran out. An imperial gallon is 20% larger....
You might have more ounces in your gallon, but we have more pints!
1 Imperial gallon = 160 Imperial Ounces or 8 Imperial Pints
1 Imperial gallon = 153.72 U.S. Ounces or 9.6076 U.S. Pints
Go figure ...
Your pints are smaller.... A US liquid pint is 497ml while a UK pint is 568ml.
I think only troy ounces are the same cos that's what gold and other precious metals are measured in.
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