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Karateciler istanbulda, Movie, 1974 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ninja Killer
  • Die Todeshand des Lifangtu (Germany)
  • Karate on the Bosphorus (Hong Kong SAR)
  • Mat ling (Hong Kong SAR)
  • Mi ling (Hong Kong SAR)

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carobserver MX

2011-09-24 00:18

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what are doing a 1980 car ( The Mercedes W126) in a 1974 movie? :??:

Lateef NO

2011-09-24 00:22

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Time traveling? :D

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-09-24 01:03

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Perhaps we should move it to the comments, since it clearly cannot be part of the original film.

dsl SX

2011-09-24 01:44

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Also the picture quality seems newer for the Merc - and possibly for the Isuzu N-series?? Anyone able to date it?

Jale PL

2011-09-24 02:01

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In Turkish Wikipedia - also 1974 - http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karateciler_%C4%B0stanbul%27da

Interesting, that according to this site movie has only 62 min, but on VHS - 88 ( http://www.sinematurk.com/film_genel/4468/Karateciler-istanbul-... ). Maybe later was added some scenes (even from different movie)?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-09-24 02:06

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The Isuzu is right hand drive and appears to have a Macau number plate, so perhaps that's an added scene too. The Mercedes has a Hong Kong plate, so perhaps the people who shot the additional scenes were based on Hong Kong and hopped over to Macau to find European style buildings that could stand in for Istanbul.

Member-x FI

2011-09-24 18:14

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This movie has been put together from two different movies, one newer and one older, hence the "time traveling". But it has been written down as -74 on imdb.

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