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A Man Called Tiger | Blu-ray (Eureka)
A Man Called Tiger | Blu-ray (Eureka)

A Man Called Tiger | Blu-ray (Eureka)

A Man Called Tiger | Blu-ray (Eureka)

A Man Called Tiger | Blu-ray (Eureka)

RELEASE DATE: August 26, 2024

On August 26, 2024, Eureka is releasing a Blu-ray (Region A/B) for A Man Called Tiger, a 1973 Golden Harvest classic from Lo Wei (Slaughter in San Francisco) and Jimmy Wang Yu (The Tattooed Dragon) .

This title will soon be available at The Goodie Emporium, a U.S.-based online store that currently has many Import Shaw Brothers/Golden Harvest/martial arts DVD/Blu-ray movies in-stock – with New titles being added regularly!

Starring Jimmy Wang Yu (The One-Armed Swordsman) and directed by Lo Wei, the man behind the smash-hit Bruce Lee vehicles The Big Boss and Fist of Fury, A Man Called Tiger is a martial arts extravaganza released at the height of an international kung fu craze.

Chin Fu (Wang Yu) is a formidable martial artist who suspects his father’s apparent suicide was actually a cold-blooded murder. His desire for answers – and revenge – leads him to Japan, where he becomes entangled with the yakuza. With the aid of his fellow countryman Liu Han-ming (James Tien, Hand of Death) and a nightclub hostess (Maria Yi, Fist of Fury), Chin Fu sets out to infiltrate Tokyo’s underworld, expose a criminal conspiracy and uncover his father’s true fate by any means necessary.

Long rumoured to have been planned as the third collaboration between Lo Wei and Bruce Lee before Lee made his directorial debut with The Way of the Dragon, A Man Called Tiger instead became a vehicle for another martial arts superstar in Jimmy Wang Yu. Eureka Classics is proud to present the filmfor the first time ever in the UK from a brand new 2K restoration.


  • Limited edition O-Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Darren Wheeling
  • Limited edition reversible poster featuring original poster artwork
  • 1080p HD presentation on Blu-ray of the original Hong Kong theatrical cut from a brand new 2K restoration (79 mins)
  • 1080p HD presentation of the rarely seen extended export version from a brand new 2K restoration (112 minutes)
  • Original Mandarin and classic English dub audio options (original mono presentations)
  • Optional English subtitles, newly translated for this release
  • Brand new audio commentary on the Hong Kong version by East Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival)
  • Brand new audio commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder and Arne Venema
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original poster artwork
  • Trailer
  • A limited edition collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by James Oliver

Watch Eureka’s New Trailer: