HEART OF DRAGON (REGION B IMPORT) BLU-RAY

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for their action and derring-do, old friends Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung teamed up for a film that shows there's much more to them than brawling.

Jackie plays a good-hearted cop looking after his learning-disabled brother Danny, played by Sammo, but doesn't always succeed in keeping him out of trouble. When Danny is taken as a hostage, his brother will risk everything - his career and even his life –-to rescue him, throwing it down as only Jackie Chan can.

Made the same year as Police Story, Heart of Dragon was a change of pace for the great action artists, giving them a chance to show of their acting chops as well as their stunt skills - even if they don't ignore the latter! 88 Films are proud to present this UK Blu-ray premiere of a Hong Kong classic.

FEATURES:
New 2K Remaster of the Original Hong Kong Cut from The Original 35mm Negatives in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
Cantonese mono with newly remastered english subtitles [HK Cut]
Classic English Dub [HK Cut]
New 2K Remaster of the Extended Cut [Japanese version] from The Original 35mm Negatives in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
Cantonese Japanese Soundtrack [Extended Cut] - [This is the audio from the original Shochiku Japanese theatrical cut of the film, in which ALL of the HK score/songs were replaced with a Japanese score and Jackie's songs "China Blue" and "Tokyo Saturday Night]
Cantonese HK theatrical Soundtrack [Extended Cut] - [This track is essentially if you took the extended Japanese cut, but all of the music prior to the end credits is from the HK cut. Even the parking lot fight audio is taken from a rare source in which it doesn't have the music from the Japanese cut.]
Cantonese HK theatrical Soundtrack with Japanese Soundtrack for parking lot fight scene [Extended Cut] - [Pretty much the same as the above option, but with the Japanese music cue for the parking lot fight.]
Cantonese with HK soundtrack & the Japanese songs [Extended Cut] - [HK music score, but Jackie's opening and ending songs.]
Classic English dub hybrid with Cantonese for the extra Japanese scenes [Extended Cut] - [The only scenes that would revert to Cantonese would be the methadone clinic fight and the parking lot fight.]
Newly Remastered English Subtitles
The First Mission - Making of Special [48:41 mins]
The First Mission - Behind the Scenes - Special video for the pre-release event (screened at Shinjuku Shochiku and others in August 1985) [15:21 mins] [HD]
[Archive] Interview with Jackie Chan
[Archive] Interview with Rocky Lai
[Archive] Interview with Sammo Hung
[Archive] Interview with Sammo Hung 2
[Archive] Interview with Arthur Wong
Hong Kong Trailer
English ‘Raging Force’ Trailer
Fortune Star Trailer
Japanese Teaser Trailer #1
Japanese Teaser Trailer #2
Japanese Theatrical Trailer
Reversible sleeve with alternative Hong Kong poster artwork
New artwork from R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien

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