CHINA O'BRIEN (REGION FREE IMPORT - LIMITED EDITION) 4K UHD [PRE-ORDER]


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Street Date 4/29/24

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The inimitable martial arts superstar Cynthia Rothrock stars in two of the most gloriously entertaining films of her career!

In China O’Brien, city cop and formidable martial artist Lori “China” O’Brien (Rothrock) is forced to resign from the force and return home to a small Utah town after her involvement in an accidental death. But upon arrival in Beaver Creek, she finds that her lawman father – Sheriff John O’Brien (David Blackwell) – is desperately trying to bring down local crime boss Edwin Sommers (Steven Kerby), and it isn’t long before she steps into the fray. Then, in China O’Brien II, Lori must once again protect her hometown when it becomes a hideout for a dangerous fugitive: the escaped drug lord Charlie Baskin (Harlow Marks).

Helmed by Richard Clouse, the celebrated director of Enter the Dragon and Game of Death, the China O’Brien films firmly established Cynthia Rothrock as an International action star following a successful string of hits in Hong Kong. Eureka Classics is proud to present both films for the first time on Blu-ray / Ultra HD Blu-ray from brand new 4K restorations

FEATURES:
Limited-edition O-card slipcase featuring new artwork by Grégory Sacré (2000 copies)
4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentations, presented in Dolby Vision HDR from brand new 4K restorations of the original film elements
Uncompressed restored English audio
Brand new feature length audio commentaries on both films
Brand new interview with Cynthia Rothrock
Trailers
A Limited-edition collector’s booklet featuring new essays by James Oliver and film scholar Eddie Falvey (2000 copies)

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