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Chinese martial arts
Chinese martial arts, also referred to by the Mandarin Chinese term wushu and popularly as kung fu or gung fu, are a number of fighting styles that have developed over the centuries in China. These fighting styles are often classified according to common traits, identified as "families" (家, jiā), "sects" (派, pài) or "schools" (門, mén) of martial arts.
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Confucius (551–479 BC) was a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history. The philosophy of Confucius emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice, and sincerity. His followers competed successfully with many other schools during the Hundred Schools of Thought era only to be suppressed in favor of the Legalists during the Qin Dynasty.
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G.I. Joe
G.I. Joe is a line of action figures produced by the toy company Hasbro. The initial product offering represented four of the branches of the U.S. armed forces with the Action Soldier, Action Sailor, Action Pilot, Action Marine and later on, the Action Nurse. The term G.I. stands, in popular usage, for Government Issued and after the First World War became a generic term for U.S. soldiers. The origin of the term dates to World War I, when much of the equipment issued to U.S.
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Wing Chun
Wing Chun, also romanised as Ving Tsun or Wing Tsun, (and sometimes substituted with the characters 永春 "eternal springtime"); (also known as Snake-Crane style); is a concept-based Chinese martial art and form of self-defense utilising both striking and grappling while specialising in close-range combat. The alternative characters 永春 "eternal spring" are also associated with some other southern Chinese martial arts, including Weng Chun Kungfu and White Crane Weng Chun (Yong Chun).
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Shaolin Kung Fu
Shaolin Kung Fu refers to a collection of Chinese martial arts that claim affiliation with the Shaolin Monastery. Of the multitude styles of kung fu and wushu, only some are actually related to Shaolin. Aside from a few very well known systems, such as Xiao Hong Quan, the Da Hong Quan, Yin Shou Gun, Damo Sword, etc. ,, after the loss of records during the 20th Century Cultural Revolution it would be almost impossible for a particular style to conclusively establish a connection to the Temple.
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Kung Fu (TV series)
This article is specifically about the original TV series (1972–1975) "Kung Fu". For other uses, see Kung fu (disambiguation). Kung Fu 230pxDavid Carradine and guest star Sondra Locke, 1974. Format western, drama, actionCreated by Ed Spielman Jerry Thorpe Herman MillerStarring David CarradineKeye LukePhilip AhnRadames PeraCountry of origin USANo. of seasons 3No.
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Nèijiā is a term in Chinese martial arts, grouping those styles that practice nèijìng, usually translated as internal martial arts, occupied with spiritual, mental or qi-related aspects, as opposed to an "external" approach focused on physiological aspects. The distinction dates to the 17th century, but its modern application is due to publications by Sun Lutang, dating to the period of 1915 to 1928.
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Hung Ga
Hung Ga 洪家, Hung Kuen 洪拳, or Hung Ga Kuen 洪家拳 is a southern Chinese martial art associated with the Chinese folk hero Wong Fei Hung, who was a master of Hung Ga.
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Shang-Chi is a Marvel Comics character, often called the "Master of Kung Fu". He was created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Jim Starlin. He has no special superpowers, but he exhibits extraordinary skills in the martial arts and is a master of Wushu (the actual Mandarin name for the various Chinese fighting arts) both empty handed and with weapons, including the staff, nunchaku and double-edged sword.
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Kung Fu Records
Kung Fu Records is an American independent record label founded in 1996 by Joe Escalante and Warren Fitzgerald of the punk rock band The Vandals. Founded in order to release a record by the Riverside, California band Assorted Jelly Beans, the label soon grew to include a roster of notable artists such as The Ataris, Ozma, Tsunami Bomb, and The Vandals themselves.
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Shoichi Funaki
(born August 24, 1968) is a Japanese/American professional wrestler best known for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment, where he was a one-time Cruiserweight Champion and a one-time Hardcore Champion.
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Kung Fu Hustle
Kung Fu Hustle is a 2004 Hong Kong action comedy film directed and produced by, and starring Stephen Chow. The other film producers were Chui Po-chu and Jeffrey Lau, while the screenplay was written by Huo Xin, Chan Man-keung, and Tsang Kan-cheung. Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Danny Chan, and Bruce Leung co-starred in prominent roles. After achieving commercial success with Shaolin Soccer, Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia began to develop Kung Fu Hustle in 2002.
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Kung Fu Panda 2
Kung Fu Panda 2 is a 2011 3D American computer-animated action comedy film, directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, produced by DreamWorks Animation, and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is the sequel to the 2008 film Kung Fu Panda, in which Po and his friends battle to stop a would-be conqueror with a powerful new weapon, with the giant panda discovering a disquieting link to his past in the process.
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The Karate Kid (2010 film)
The Karate Kid (known as The Kung Fu Dream in China and sometimes Karate Kid 5 and Best Kid in Japan and South Korea) is a 2010 American martial arts film and remake of the 1984 film of the same name. Directed by Harald Zwart, produced by Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, the film stars Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan. Principal photography for the film took place in Beijing, China; filming began around July 2009 and ended on October 16, 2009.
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Fujian White Crane
This article is about the Fujian style of White Crane. For the Tibetan style, see Lama (martial art). White Crane Boxing is a Southern Chinese martial art which originated in Fujian (福建) province and is now practiced throughout the world. According to oral traditions, the creation of this style is attributed to Fāng Qīniáng, a female martial artist.
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Kung Fu Fighting
"Kung Fu Fighting" is a disco song written and performed by Carl Douglas and produced by Biddu. It was released as a single in 1974, at the cusp of a chopsocky film craze, and eventually rose to the top of the British and American charts, in addition to reaching number one on the Soul Singles chart. It received a Gold certification from the RIAA in 1974, won the 1974 Grammy Award for Best Selling Single, and popularized disco music.
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Origins of Asian martial arts
Theories of the origins of Asian martial arts range from the highly diffusionist to models which show greater recognition of independent invention. The former argue that Asian martial arts history consists of one cohesive tree of thought, with branches spreading transitively to each country and originating in India or even Greece. The latter arguments believe that defense arts naturally evolved in each place, similar predominantly because humans are similar.
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Kung fu (term)
Kung fu, gongfu, or gung fu is a Chinese term referring to any study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy, and time to complete, often used in the West to refer to Chinese martial arts, also known as Wushu. It is only in the late twentieth century, that this term was used in relation to Chinese Martial Arts by the Chinese community. The Oxford English Dictionary defines the term "Kung-fu" as "a primarily unarmed Chinese martial art resembling karate.
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Northern Praying Mantis (martial art)
Northern Praying Mantis is a style of Chinese martial arts, sometimes called Shandong Praying Mantis after its province of origin. It was created by Wang Lang (王朗) and was named after the praying mantis, an insect, the aggressiveness of which inspired the style.
Northern Praying Mantis (martial art)Praying Mantis (wushu)Chinese martial arts

Blondie (album)
Blondie is the eponymous debut album by American New Wave band Blondie, released in 1976 on Private Stock Records. The first single "X Offender" was originally entitled "Sex Offender" but since radio stations would not play a song with such a controversial title, the band renamed the song. After disappointing sales and poor publicity, Blondie bought back its contract with Private Stock.
Blondie (album)Blondie albumsChrysalis Records albums1976 debut albumsAlbums produced by Richard GottehrerAlbums produced by Craig Leon

Bak Mei
For information on the fictional Pai Mei from Kill Bill, see Pai Mei (Kill Bill).
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Northern Shaolin (martial art)
In its broadest sense, Northern Shaolin refers to the external (as opposed to internal) martial arts of Northern China referring to those styles from the Northern Shaolin Monastery in Henan. At its most specific, Northern Shaolin refers to a style called Northern Shaolin Boxing School, disseminated by Gu Yu-jeung (1894–1952; also known as Ku Yu-cheung or, in Pinyin, Gu Ruzhang) and represented today by Grandmaster Chan Kowk Wai.
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Deadly Hands of Kung Fu
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu is a martial arts comic book magazine published by Curtis Magazines, a short-lived imprint of Marvel Comics. There were a total of 33 issues published, plus one "Special Album Edition," before the series was cancelled.
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Monkey Kung Fu
Monkey Kung Fu, or Monkey Fist (猴拳), is a Chinese martial art which utilizes ape or monkey-like movements as part of its technique. There are a number of independently developed systems of monkey kung fu. Examples includes Xingzhemen (行者門) named after the protagonist Sun Wukong of the popular Ming dynasty novel Journey to the West, Nanhouquan (南猴拳) or Southern Monkey Fist originating from the Southern Shaolin Temple as well as the more well known Da Sheng Pi Gua Men 大聖劈掛門 style of Hong Kong.
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Southern Dragon Kung Fu
The movements of the Southern Dragon style of Shaolin Boxing are based on the mythical Chinese dragon. The Dragon style is an imitative-style that was developed based on the imagined characteristics of the mythical Chinese dragon.
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Lee Marrs
Lee Marrs (born September 5, 1945) is an American comic book writer, animator, and one of the first women underground comix creators. She is best known for her comic book series, The Further Fattening Adventures of Pudge, Girl Blimp, which lasted from 1973 to 1978.
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San Soo
Kung Fu San Soo (功夫散手) is a martial art based on techniques from all over China, both Northern and Southern Chinese martial arts systems. The 5 Family Fist (五家拳) is an important part of San Soo, and is commonly practiced in the Taishan region of the Guangdong province. Kung Fu San Soo as taught in China has many traditional forms and isometric exercises in its training regimen. Chin Siu Dek (Jimmy H.
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Kung Fu Dunk
Kung Fu Dunk, also known by its former title Slam Dunk, is a 2008 Chinese-language live-action film. It was directed by Taiwanese director Chu Yin-Ping and filmed in Taiwan and mainland China. The film was previously titled Slam Dunk, but later the title has been changed to avoid confusion with the Slam Dunk manga and anime series which it was roughly based on despite the film itself having no association whatsoever.
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Anima Studios
Anima Studios (Ánima Estudios in Spanish) is a Mexican animation studio founded in 2002 by Guillermo Cañedo White, Fernando De Fuentes, Fernando Pérez Gavilán, José Carlos García De Letona and Federico Unda. It produces animated content distributed mainly in Mexico and Latin America.
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Southern Praying Mantis (martial art)
Southern Praying Mantis (南派螳螂, which reads in Cantonese as Nam Pai Tong Long, translated as Praying Mantis) is a Chinese martial art native to the Hakka people (客家, in Cantonese read Ha Ka or Ha Ga, a reference to descendants of the Han Dynasty who later migrated south at a time of political unrest).
Southern Praying Mantis (martial art)Praying Mantis (wushu)Chinese martial arts

Hei hu quan
Shaolin Shandong black tiger fist is a northern Chinese martial art which originated in Shandong Province.
Hei hu quanChinese martial arts

Leopard Kung Fu
Leopard Kung fu is style of Kung fu and is one of the Five Animal styles. It was supposedly created by Jue Yuan with help from Bai Yufeng and Li Sou. The emphasis of leopard is speed and angular attack. The leopard does not overwhelm or rely on strength, as does the tiger, but instead relies on speed and outsmarting its opponent. The power from the aggressive speed. The leopard practitioner will focus on elbows, knees, low kicks, and leopard punches.
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Five Elders
In Southern Chinese folklore, the Five Elders of Shaolin are survivors of the destruction Shaolin Monastery by LianZong Wang Qing Dynasty, variously said to have taken place in 1647, in 1674 or in 1732.
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Yie Ar Kung-Fu
Yie Ar Kung-Fu is a 1985 arcade fighting game developed and published by Konami. It was considered by many gamers in Japan to be the basis for modern fighting games. It pit the player against a variety of opponents, each with a unique appearance and fighting style. The player could perform up to sixteen different moves, using a combination of buttons and joystick movements while standing, crouching or jumping.
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Kung Fu Kapers
Kung Fu Kapers is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme. This episode is also known as "Ecky-Thump". As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.
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Answer That and Stay Fashionable
Answer That and Stay Fashionable is the debut studio album by American rock band AFI. It was originally released on August 1, 1995 through Wingnut Records. It was re-released on April 22, 1997 through Nitro Records.
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Drunken Monkey
Drunken Monkey Form or Drunken Monkey Pole Form of Kung Fu is a Chinese martial art, and one of the variations of the Monkey Style. This style is different from Zui Quan (Drunken Fist), as the practitioner is imitating gestures of an intoxicated monkey, rather than a human fighter. Drunken Monkey does not begin with drunken-like gestures, but rather the drunken aspect enters the forms in the middle section when the practitioner plays the movements of a monkey drinking stolen wine.
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Master of Kung Fu

Master of Kung Fu

Kung Fu (wrestler)
Raymundo Cuesta Veloz (January 20, 1951 – January 3, 2001) was a Mexican Luchador or professional wrestler best known under the ring name Kung Fu. As Kung Fu he made a name for himself as part of Trio Fantásticos along with Kato Kung Lee and Black Man, a very popular tecnico (Face or "good guys") trio in the early 1980s.
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Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu
Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu (TWC) is a style of the Chinese martial art Wing Chun. It is claimed to be the authentic, more effective version of Wing Chun taught exclusively to Grand Master William Cheung by Yip Man. GM Cheung claims it is superior to the conventional Wing Chun system, referred to by GM William Cheung as "modified Wing Chun".
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Kung fu (disambiguation)

Kung fu (disambiguation)

Odd Couple (film)
Odd Couple is a 1979 Hong Kong film directed by Lau Kar Wing (Liu Chia Yung), who also stars, alongside Sammo Hung. It was the first film to be released by Gar Bo Motion Picture Company (aka Gar-Bo Film Company), an independent production company set up by Hung, Lau and producer Karl Maka. The movie is a showcase for the different techniques used to wield some of the Chinese mêlée weapons, particularly the Dao broadsword (or sabre) and the Qiang spear.
Odd Couple (film)Hong Kong filmsMartial arts films1979 filmsCantonese-language films

Inside Kung Fu
Inside Kung Fu is one of the major martial arts magazines in the United States. It is owned by Action Pursuit Group Media. The magazine focuses on Chinese martial arts but also covers martial arts and self-defense topics in general. It annually inducts martial artists into its well-known Hall of Fame.
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Half a Loaf of Kung Fu
Half a Loaf of Kung Fu or Dian zhi gong fu gan jian dan is a 1978 Hong Kong martial arts action comedy film starring Jackie Chan, who was also action choreographer and co-writer. The story takes place in olden day China. Chan plays a traveling acrobat named Jiang who bumbles his way into a job at the mansion. After breaking house rules and pissing off the evil witch living in the guest room, Jiang comes across two kung fu masters dueling in the woods.
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Jow-Ga Kung Fu
Jow-Ga Kung Fu (aka Zhou Jia) is a form of Kung Fu. It was founded by Jow Lung who was born in 1891, on the eleventh day of the third lunar month (April 16th, 1891) in Sa Fu Village of the Canton Province, and died in 1919. His father was Jow Fong Hoy and his mother’s maiden name was Li. At the time of its inception, this particular style of Kung Fu was labeled as having the head of Hung Gar, the tail of Choy Gar and the patterns of the tiger and leopard, or simply Hung Tao Choy Mei.
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The Victim (1980 film)
The Victim (orig. 身不由已; Shen bu you ji) is a humorous Hong Kong action film directed by Sammo Hung released in 1980. Starring Hung and Bryan Leung Kar Yan, the film is also known as Lightning Kung Fu and San bat yau gei. The US release was in June 1982. Although he had only a very small role in The Victim, former Peking Opera School student Yuen Biao played a key part in the making of this film.
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Praying mantis kung fu

Praying mantis kung fu

Kung-Fu Records

Kung-Fu Records

Kung Fu Factory
Kung Fu Factory is an American video game developer located in Los Angeles, California in the United States. The company was formerly known as Just Games Interactive, which developed Mortal Kombat: Unchained and Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, and worked on UFC Undisputed 2009. Kung Fu Factory is the first third party developer to have worked on a Mortal Kombat game.
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60 Second Assassin (film)
60 Second Assassin (aka My Life Is on the Line) is a 1979 Taiwan martial arts film directed by Chung Wang.
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Kung Fu: The Legend Continues
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues is a spin-off of the 1972-1975 television series Kung Fu. David Carradine and Chris Potter starred as a father and son trained in kung fu - Carradine playing a Shaolin monk, Potter a police detective. This series aired in syndication for four seasons, from January 27, 1993 to January 1, 1997, and was broadcast in over 70 countries. Filming took place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Kung Fu Vampire
Kung Fu Vampire is an American rapper from San Jose, California and the vocalist of the musical group of the same name. He has opened for Twiztid, 2 Live Crew, Tha Alkaholiks, Digital Underground, Kool Keith, KRS-One, Papa Roach and The Pharcyde, in addition to collaborating with musicians such as Eddie Gale and Spice 1.
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Liu Seong Kuntao
The Liu Seong System is one of the many styles of Kuntao Silat, which are hybrid martial arts systems derived from the cultures of China and Indonesia. The Liu Seong system was brought to America, from Indonesia, by Willem A. Reeders (1917-1990). Reeders was of mixed heritage, being of Dutch and Chinese blood, but raised in Indonesia. He received training in a variety of martial arts, no one knows how many exactly. His primary teacher was his great uncle Liu Seong, whose title he bore.
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Ironfist Chinmi
Ironfist Chinmi is a Japanese manga series written by Takeshi Maekawa. It was published by Kodansha in Monthly Shōnen Magazine from 1983 to 1997 and collected in 35 tankōbon volumes. It is centered around the story of a boy called Chinmi who learns Kung Fu through the staple manga method of fighting progressively more challenging foes. The first 12 volumes were published in English in the UK by Bloomsbury.
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List of Kung Fu Hustle characters
The following is a list of characters in the 2004 action comedy film Kung Fu Hustle.
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Attack of the Killer Kung-Fu Wolf Bitch
"Attack of the Killer Kung-Fu Wolf Bitch" is the sixth episode of the second season of the Adult Swim animated television series The Boondocks and the twenty-first episode overall. It originally aired on November 19, 2007.
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Kung Fu Mahjong
Kung Fu Mahjong is a 2005 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Wong Jing and Billy Chung. It is about an obsessive gambler Chi Mo Sai and Auntie Fei. The film was followed by two sequels, Kung Fu Mahjong 2 which was released the same year as the first film, and Kung Fu Mahjong 3: The Final Duel, which was released in 2007.
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Sorry for Kung Fu
Sorry for Kung Fu (Croatian: Oprosti za kung fu) is a Croatian drama film directed by Ognjen Svilicic. It was released in 2004.
Sorry for Kung FuCroatian-language films2004 filmsCroatian filmsFilms directed by Ognjen Sviličić2000s drama films

Kung Fu Rider
Kung Fu Rider, previously known as Slider, is an action video game for the PlayStation 3. The game is developed by Japan Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for use with the new PlayStation Move controller. It was officially unveiled at the 2010 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. It was released in September 2010.
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Los Kung-Fu Monkeys
Los Kung Fu Monkeys are ska punk band from Tijuana, Mexico that formed in late 1997. Their lyrics are predominantly written in English, but also in Spanish. The lineup includes: Bernardo (vocals), Hassan (bass), Tarek (guitar), Jesse (guitar/vocals), Edgar "Chief" (tenor sax), Nicasio (Trombone), Hecky(Drums) and guest musicians on instruments such as trumpet, violin, keyboards, violin and accordion.
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Kung Fu Chaos
Kung Fu Chaos (or Kung Fu Panic in Japan) is a 3D third-person platform game developed by Just Add Monsters and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It was released for the Xbox on February 25, 2003 in the U.S.A.
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Nano–Mugen Compilation

Nano–Mugen Compilation

Kung-Fu Live
Kung-Fu Live is an interactive fighting game developed by Virtual Air Guitar Company exclusively for the PlayStation Network. The game tracks the players movement using the PlayStation Eye and free-motion technology. It is quoted as being the best of the PlayStation 3 Fitness Games, "I would say it is a must-have if you’re a fan of fighting games and want to see what the future holds for innovative, creative game design,"
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Kung Fu Tootsie
Kung Fu Tootsie is a 2007 Thai action-comedy film written and directed by Jaturong Mokjok.
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Wikipedia:WikiProject Film/Peer review/Kung Fu Hustle

Wikipedia:WikiProject Film/Peer review/Kung Fu Hustle

Kung Fu Mama – Agentin mit Kids

Kung Fu Mama – Agentin mit Kids

List of Kung Fu Panda characters
The following is a list of characters from DreamWorks animated film media franchise Kung Fu Panda, with their shorts and specials Secrets of the Furious Five, Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special, and Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters, as well as the video games and TV show Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness.
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Hapkido (film)
Hapkido aka Lady Kung Fu is a 1972 Hong Kong film directed by Huang Feng, starring Angela Mao, Carter Wong and Sammo Hung. It was released by Golden Harvest.
Hapkido (film)1972 filmsMartial arts filmsKung fu filmsHong Kong filmsHapkido filmsGirls with guns films

Mad Monkey Kung Fu
Mad Monkey Kung Fu is a 1979 Shaw Brothers kung fu film directed by Lau Kar-leung. Later, the film is release on DVD in Dragon Dynasty.
Mad Monkey Kung FuShaw Brothers Studio filmsKung fu filmsHong Kong films1979 filmsFilms directed by Lau Kar-leung

Kung Fu Tai Chi
Kung Fu Tai Chi File:Kungfumagazine. jpgCategories Martial art, Sport MonthlyFirst issue 1993Company TC Media, IncCountry United States of AmericaLanguage EnglishWebsite Kung Fu Tai Chi Magazine Kung Fu Tai Chi (also commonly known as "Kung Fu Magazine") is a United States magazine covering martial arts and combat sports. Kung Fu Tai Chi magazine is owned by TC Media, Inc.
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Kung Fu Killer
Kung Fu Killer is a two part 2008 Mini-series aired on Spike TV and re-uniting Daryl Hannah and David Carradine of Kill Bill fame. The film also includes a lot of eastern Kung Fu talent including Osric Chau. The film also alludes to the "Kung Fu" programs of the 1980s and the 1990s that brought Carradine to fame.
Kung Fu Killer

Wong Fei Hung – Master of Kung Fu

Wong Fei Hung – Master of Kung Fu

Punk Rock Is Your Friend: Kung Fu Records Sampler No. 5
Punk Rock is Your Friend: Kung Fu Records Sampler #5 is the fifth compilation album by the Seal Beach, California record label Kung Fu Records, released in 2004. It features artists signed to the label at the time, as well as others who were not signed to the label but had participated in some of their releases such as The Show Must Go Off! live DVD series. It also includes audio clips from the Kung Fu Films movie Cake Boy interspersed between the songs.
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Kung Fu Magoo
Kung Fu Magoo is a 2010 Mexican flash animated action-comedy film from Anima Studios and Classic Media, and written by Emmy Laybourne, Sam Laybourne, Rob Sosin, and Bob Mittenthal and directed by Andrés Couturier. English voice-cast stars Chris Parnell, Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Alyson Stoner and voice actors Tom Kenny, Rodger Bumpass, Jim Conroy, and Maile Flanagan. It released in theaters in Mexico, while it was released direct-to-DVD in the United States.
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King Kung Fu
King Kung Fu is a 1976 comedy film directed by Lance D. Hayes that is a low budget spoof of both King Kong and Kung Fu done in a slapstick style.
King Kung FuAmerican comedy films1976 films1970s comedy films

Kung Fu (video game)

Kung Fu (video game)

Kung Fu Kid
Kung Fu Kid, known in Japan as Makai Retsuden, is a Sega Master System video game about a kid that has knowledge of kung fu (including the fascinating art of wall jumping). This action game tests his skills as he defeats terrible enemies in order to save the day.
Kung Fu KidSega Master System games1987 video gamesSega Master System-only games

Wikipedia:Mediation Cabal/Cases/2009-05-29/Shaolin Kung Fu

Wikipedia:Mediation Cabal/Cases/2009-05-29/Shaolin Kung Fu

Punk Rock Is Your Friend: Kung Fu Records Sampler No. 6
Punk Rock is Your Friend: Kung Fu Records Sampler No. 6 is the sixth compilation album by the Seal Beach, California record label Kung Fu Records, released in 2005. It features artists signed to the label at the time, as well as others who were not signed to the label but had participated in some of their releases such as The Show Must Go Off! live DVD series.
Punk Rock Is Your Friend: Kung Fu Records Sampler No. 6Punk rock compilation albums2005 compilation albumsKung Fu Records albumsRecord label compilation albums

My Kung-Fu Sweetheart
My Kung-Fu Sweetheart is a 2006 Hong Kong film directed by Wong Jing.
My Kung-Fu SweetheartFilms directed by Wong JingCantonese-language filmsHong Kong films2000s comedy films2006 films

My Kung Fu
My Kung Fu is an independent record label based in Cardiff, United Kingdom. Currently signed artists include Soft Hearted Scientists and Truckers Of Husk Other artists who have released music on My Kung Fu include Cerys Matthews,, Marissa Nadler, Camera, Drone, Richard James and Mountain Men Anonymous.
My Kung FuRecord labels established in 2004British independent record labels

Northern Shaolin Kung Fu

Northern Shaolin Kung Fu

Kung Fu Bear
Kung Fu Bear is an Internet meme involving an Asian black bear who skillfully twirls, throws and catches a long staff. Claude the bear is a resident of Asa Zoo in Hiroshima, Japan. When he first arrived at the zoo in 2002, zookeepers supplied him with long sticks to play with. Claude has become adept at manipulating them in a style reminiscent of a Kung Fu performance.
Kung Fu BearInternet memesViral videosWeb humor

Kung Fu master

Kung Fu master

Eagle Claw Kung Fu

Eagle Claw Kung Fu

Kung Fu Ramone
Kung Fu Ramone is the second LP from the Japanese Rock band Guitar Wolf. It was released only on vinyl record in the U.S. , in 1994. It was never re-released on in other formats and was also the last vinyl LP that the band released. Some of the songs on the LP were later re-recorded and used on their debut compact disc album Run Wolf Run, as well as in later projects.
Kung Fu Ramone1994 albums

Kung Fu (film)

Kung Fu (film)

Augustin, King of Kung-Fu
Augustin, King of Kung-Fu is a 1999 film, directed by Anne Fontaine.
Augustin, King of Kung-FuFrench-language filmsFrench films1999 films1990s comedy filmsFilms directed by Anne Fontaine

Kung Fu Cyborg
Kung Fu Cyborg is a 2009 Hong Kong action film directed by Jeffrey Lau.
Kung Fu CyborgFilms directed by Jeffrey Lau2009 filmsHong Kong action filmsCantonese-language filmsHong Kong films2000s action films

Kung-Fu (album)
Kung-Fu is the fourth studio album by Dutch band the Heideroosjes, released in 1997.
Kung-Fu (album)Heideroosjes albums1997 albums

Kung-Fu Master (film)
Kung-Fu Master is a 1988 French drama film directed by Agnès Varda. It was entered into the 38th Berlin International Film Festival. In the U.S. it was retitled Le Petit Amour.
Kung-Fu Master (film)French-language filmsFrench films1988 films1980s drama filmsFilms directed by Agnès Varda

Kung Fu Mahjong 2
Kung Fu Mahjong 2 is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Wong Jing and starring Cherrie Ying, Yuen Wah and Yuen Qiu. It is the first sequel to Kung Fu Mahjong.
Kung Fu Mahjong 2Films directed by Wong JingCantonese-language films2005 filmsHong Kong filmsGambling films

Ambitious Kung Fu Girl
Ambitious Kung Fu Girl is a Shaw Brothers film directed by Lu Chin Ku, starring Chen Kuan Tai and Michelle Yim.
Ambitious Kung Fu GirlShaw Brothers Studio filmsKung fu filmsHong Kong films1982 filmsFilms shot anamorphically

Drunken Style Kung Fu

Drunken Style Kung Fu

Kung Fu: The Next Generation
Kung Fu: The Next Generation (1987) is a television pilot which was intended to be a follow-up to the 1972-75 television series, Kung Fu. It was the second follow-up to the series after Kung Fu: The Movie (1986). The pilot was not picked up for a series but in 1987 it aired on CBS Summer Playhouse, a series that aired unsold television pilots. In the 1990s, another follow-up to the series titled Kung Fu: The Legend Continues aired which ignored the continuity of the TV movies.
Kung Fu: The Next GenerationWarner Bros. filmsKung Fu (TV series)1987 television episodesTelevision pilots not picked up as a series

The Kung Fu Master (TV series)
The Kung Fu Master (少林義士洪熙官) is an ATV television series aired in Hong Kong in 1994.
The Kung Fu Master (TV series)1994 television series debutsATV television programmes1994 television series endings

Kung Fu Instructor
The Kung Fu Instructor is a Shaw Brothers martial arts film directed by Sun Chueng, starring Ti Lung.
Kung Fu InstructorShaw Brothers Studio filmsKung fu filmsHong Kong filmsMartial arts films

Asian Kung-Fu Generation discography
This is the comprehensive listing of official releases by Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation.
Asian Kung-Fu Generation discographyAsian Kung-Fu GenerationArticles containing Japanese language textRock music group discographiesDiscographies of Japanese artists

Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu

Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu

Kung Fu Mama – Agentin mit Kids
Kung Fu Mama - Agentin mit Kids is a 2010 German action television film directed by Simon X. Rost. The film stars Claudia Hiersche as Nina Wenzel, as a Secret Service Agent, Ben Braun as her neighbor and a cool biker.
Kung Fu Mama – Agentin mit KidsGerman-language filmsGerman films2010s adventure films2010 television films