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Karate Kung-fu

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Fists of curry

Original Bollywood Soundtrack. “Morchha”   Music by Bappi Lahiri   Polydor Records

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The left hand of God

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Presenting Evangelist Dean Blakeney “Kung Fu Karate!”

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Uma’s Kill Bill screen test

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Chinese Kung Fu par Banzai.   Danse par Les Clodettes.   Rythm Kung Fu.

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Karate dance fever

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“Karate” The Original Soundtrack on EMI India. Music by Bappi Lahiri. Lyrics by S. H. Bihari.

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Mack daddy

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Freddie Mack “Kung Fu Man” / “Ultra Funk” (1974)

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Karate jones

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“Black Belt Jones” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1974) Music by Dennis Coffey. Starring Jim “Dragon” Kelly.

“With his funky Afro hairstyle, super cool attitude and superb karate skills, Jim Kelly was instantly identifiable, and one of the top martial arts film stars of the early 1970s. After appearing in a minor film role, Kelly’s second screen effort was as one of the invited guests to the deadly Han’s Island in “Enter the Dragon” (1973). Kelly quickly cropped up in several more martial arts influenced “blaxploitation” films including “Three the Hard Way” (1974), “Golden Needles”(1974) and “Black Belt Jones” (1974), with its interesting fight finale in a soap filled car wash! He then appeared in several other action films of the late seventies, however since 1980, Kelly has only cropped up in two minor roles. A talented athlete, winning ranked titles both in tennis and karate, Jim Kelly was an integral part of the African-American & martial arts cinematic explosion of the 1970s.” — IMDB

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Kicking out the jams

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The Stylers!

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Kato and the Green Hornet

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The Green Hornet with Bruce Lee as Kato.   A Japanese single on 20th Century Records from the sixties.

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Hi-ya!

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Karate karaoke

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Yet another Bruce Lee tribute album.

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