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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

The Deadly Art of Survival (1979)








































Starring:
Nathan Ingram, a true-to-life martial arts hero, is unaware of a contract out on his head. He is jumped and beaten bloody by a local street gang. Using his martial arts skills, he sets out to get revenge and is pitted against a group of drug dealers operating from a rival karate school called the "Disco Dojo." 

3 comments:

Dragonetta said...

Yo, Self! Dragonetta again... Check out this recent photo I found online of Carl Scott!!! http://carlscottkungfu.com/gallery/carl-scott-h-rmc/

Dragonetta said...

And look at old Bolo!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxPDbBv5PGA

SelfScience said...

Nice photo of Carl! He still looks like an ass kicker. Dope.