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Breathing Fire (1991) | Kung Fu Movie | Jonathan Ke Quan, Eddie Saavedra

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  • Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea by Jules Verne | Part 1 of 2 | Audiobook with subtitles

    8:15:06

    Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea (Version 3)
    Jules VERNE , translated by F. P. WALTER
    Originally published 1870, this recording is from the English translation by Frederick P. Walter, published 1991, containing the unabridged text from the original French and offered up into the public domain. It is considered to be the very first science fiction novel ever written, the first novel about the undersea world, and is a classic science fiction novel by French writer Jules Verne published in 1870. It tells the story of Captain Nemo and his submarine Nautilus, as seen from the perspective of Professor Pierre Aronnax - Summary by Michele Fry

    Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Travel Fiction

    Chapters:
    1:15 | Introduction
    12:20 | 1-1. A Runaway Reef
    29:22 | 1-2. The Pros and Cons
    43:22 | 1-3. As Master Wishes
    55:22 | 1-4. Ned Land
    1:12:15 |1-5. At Random!
    1:27:56 | 1-6. At Full Steam
    1:48:13 |1-7. A Whale of Unknown Species
    2:05:17 | 1-8. Mobilis in Mobili
    2:24:49 | 1-9. The Tantrums of Ned Land
    2:41:04 | 1-10. The Man Of The Waters
    3:02:02 | 1-11. The Nautilus
    3:21:39 |1-12. Everything through Electricity
    3:38:19 | 1-13. Some Figures
    3:55:10 |1-14. The Black Current
    4:22:52 | 1-15. An Invitation in Writing
    4:41:57 | 1-16. Strolling the Plains
    4:57:14 | 1-17. An Underwater Forest
    5:14:02 | 1-18. Four Thousand Leagues Under the Pacific
    5:34:33 | 1-19. Vanikoro
    5:59:28 | 1-20. The Torres Strait
    6:19:46 | 1-21. Some Days Ashore
    6:44:41 | 1-22. The Lightning Bolts of Captain Nemo
    7:09:26 |1-23. Aegri Somnia
    7:29:58 | 1-24. The Coral Realm
    7:49:50 | 2-1. The Indian Ocean

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  • ♫ 1991 Breathing Fire • Paul Hertzog ▬ № 05 - Ending Theme

    1:54

    ★ January 16, 1991 — © Golden Pacific Films & Arts. Music by Paul Hertzog - ''Ending Theme''

    Breathing Fire is a 1991 American martial arts film directed by Lou Kennedy in his directorial debut, and co-directed by Brandon De-Wilde, and starring Jonathan Ke Quan, Eddie Saavedra, Ed Neal and Jerry Trimble. The film was released on direct-to-VHS in the United States on July 15, 1992.

    Michael Moore (Jerry Trimble), a Vietnam vet, pulls off a bank heist with his gang, which includes the bank's manager. To ensure the loyalty of everyone involved, a set of keys is made to the hiding place for the loot so it can only be opened if all the members are present. These sets of keys were encrusted in a fake pizza mold that was later sliced and given to the gang. The bank manager gets cold feet and tries to back out, but Michael and his henchman to kill him and his wife.

    The bank manager's daughter Annie (Laura Hamilton) gets hold of the key and runs for help to David Moore (Ed Neal), one of her father's old friends and also a Vietnam vet as well as a former comrade of Michael's. David does some investigation, alongside Michael's two sons to find out who murdered the girl's parents. They eventually discovered that Michael is the killer. However, trouble brews up when Michael reveals why he adopted his son. Among other things, 'Breathing Fire' is known for the scene in which the two adolescents battle kung fu midgets in a bar.

    It is a remake of the 1977 Hong Kong film The Flash Legs that starred Tao-liang Tan, who executive produced and wrote this film under the pseudonym of Delon Tanners. This was Eddie Saavedra's first American film only. After the film, Saavedra has retired from acting.

    Property of Golden Pacific Films & Arts®

    Recorded by Paul Hertzog — 1989/1990

    © All rights reserved.

    Budget: $1,5 million

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  • ♫ 1991 Breathing Fire • Paul Hertzog ▬ № 01 - Main Theme

    1:32

    ★ January 16, 1991 — © Golden Pacific Films & Arts. Music by Paul Hertzog - ''Main Theme''

    Breathing Fire is a 1991 American martial arts film directed by Lou Kennedy in his directorial debut, and co-directed by Brandon De-Wilde, and starring Jonathan Ke Quan, Eddie Saavedra, Ed Neal and Jerry Trimble. The film was released on direct-to-VHS in the United States on July 15, 1992.

    Michael Moore (Jerry Trimble), a Vietnam vet, pulls off a bank heist with his gang, which includes the bank's manager. To ensure the loyalty of everyone involved, a set of keys is made to the hiding place for the loot so it can only be opened if all the members are present. These sets of keys were encrusted in a fake pizza mold that was later sliced and given to the gang. The bank manager gets cold feet and tries to back out, but Michael and his henchman to kill him and his wife.

    The bank manager's daughter Annie (Laura Hamilton) gets hold of the key and runs for help to David Moore (Ed Neal), one of her father's old friends and also a Vietnam vet as well as a former comrade of Michael's. David does some investigation, alongside Michael's two sons to find out who murdered the girl's parents. They eventually discovered that Michael is the killer. However, trouble brews up when Michael reveals why he adopted his son. Among other things, 'Breathing Fire' is known for the scene in which the two adolescents battle kung fu midgets in a bar.

    It is a remake of the 1977 Hong Kong film The Flash Legs that starred Tao-liang Tan, who executive produced and wrote this film under the pseudonym of Delon Tanners. This was Eddie Saavedra's first American film only. After the film, Saavedra has retired from acting.

    Property of Golden Pacific Films & Arts®

    Recorded by Paul Hertzog — 1989/1990

    © All rights reserved.

    Budget: $1,5 million

  • ♫ 1991 Breathing Fire • Paul Hertzog ▬ № 02 - Michael Go To Limousine

    35

    ★ January 16, 1991 — © Golden Pacific Films & Arts. Music by Paul Hertzog - ''Michael Go To Limousine''

    Breathing Fire is a 1991 American martial arts film directed by Lou Kennedy in his directorial debut, and co-directed by Brandon De-Wilde, and starring Jonathan Ke Quan, Eddie Saavedra, Ed Neal and Jerry Trimble. The film was released on direct-to-VHS in the United States on July 15, 1992.

    Michael Moore (Jerry Trimble), a Vietnam vet, pulls off a bank heist with his gang, which includes the bank's manager. To ensure the loyalty of everyone involved, a set of keys is made to the hiding place for the loot so it can only be opened if all the members are present. These sets of keys were encrusted in a fake pizza mold that was later sliced and given to the gang. The bank manager gets cold feet and tries to back out, but Michael and his henchman to kill him and his wife.

    The bank manager's daughter Annie (Laura Hamilton) gets hold of the key and runs for help to David Moore (Ed Neal), one of her father's old friends and also a Vietnam vet as well as a former comrade of Michael's. David does some investigation, alongside Michael's two sons to find out who murdered the girl's parents. They eventually discovered that Michael is the killer. However, trouble brews up when Michael reveals why he adopted his son. Among other things, 'Breathing Fire' is known for the scene in which the two adolescents battle kung fu midgets in a bar.

    It is a remake of the 1977 Hong Kong film The Flash Legs that starred Tao-liang Tan, who executive produced and wrote this film under the pseudonym of Delon Tanners. This was Eddie Saavedra's first American film only. After the film, Saavedra has retired from acting.

    Property of Golden Pacific Films & Arts®

    Recorded by Paul Hertzog — 1989/1990

    © All rights reserved.

    Budget: $1,5 million

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  • ♫ 1991 Breathing Fire • Paul Hertzog ▬ № 04 - Charlie & Tony Training Montage

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    ★ January 16, 1991 — © Golden Pacific Films & Arts. Music by Paul Hertzog - ''Charlie & Tony Training Montage''

    Breathing Fire is a 1991 American martial arts film directed by Lou Kennedy in his directorial debut, and co-directed by Brandon De-Wilde, and starring Jonathan Ke Quan, Eddie Saavedra, Ed Neal and Jerry Trimble. The film was released on direct-to-VHS in the United States on July 15, 1992.

    Michael Moore (Jerry Trimble), a Vietnam vet, pulls off a bank heist with his gang, which includes the bank's manager. To ensure the loyalty of everyone involved, a set of keys is made to the hiding place for the loot so it can only be opened if all the members are present. These sets of keys were encrusted in a fake pizza mold that was later sliced and given to the gang. The bank manager gets cold feet and tries to back out, but Michael and his henchman to kill him and his wife.

    The bank manager's daughter Annie (Laura Hamilton) gets hold of the key and runs for help to David Moore (Ed Neal), one of her father's old friends and also a Vietnam vet as well as a former comrade of Michael's. David does some investigation, alongside Michael's two sons to find out who murdered the girl's parents. They eventually discovered that Michael is the killer. However, trouble brews up when Michael reveals why he adopted his son. Among other things, 'Breathing Fire' is known for the scene in which the two adolescents battle kung fu midgets in a bar.

    It is a remake of the 1977 Hong Kong film The Flash Legs that starred Tao-liang Tan, who executive produced and wrote this film under the pseudonym of Delon Tanners. This was Eddie Saavedra's first American film only. After the film, Saavedra has retired from acting.

    Property of Golden Pacific Films & Arts®

    Recorded by Paul Hertzog — 1989/1990

    © All rights reserved.

    Budget: $1,5 million

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