Dragon Dynasty 5-Movie Collection | DVD (Anchor Bay)

Dragon Dynasty 5 Movie Collection | DVD (Anchor Bay)

Dragon Dynasty 5 Movie Collection | DVD (Anchor Bay)

RELEASE DATE: October 6, 2015

Anchor Bay presents the Dragon Dynasty 5 Movie Collection. In 2006, The Weinstein Company launched Dragon Dynasty in order to showcase classic and contemporary Asian Cinema, particularly films in the action/martial arts genre. Now, they’re back and once again bringing home the goods!

This 3-Disc DVD set includes the following titles: Born to Defense, The Legend II: Fong Sai Yuk, The Defender, Once Upon a Time in China and America and From Beijing with Love. Please note that this collection may contain the English-dubbed versions only.

Pre-order the Dragon Dynasty Movie Collection today!

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10 Responses to Dragon Dynasty 5-Movie Collection | DVD (Anchor Bay)

  1. Ken Hashibe says:

    That’s an awesome set of movies! I thought Dragon Dynasty had stopped making releases. I didn’t even know that they owned the rights to a few of these films. There are plenty of other films that I’ve heard they have the rights to but haven’t released yet. I hope to see more releases like this from them soon. I love Dragon Dynasty!

  2. Ningen21 says:

    Surprise, surprise, surprise. Effing Amazon listing currently has it in English-only mode. But I can hope Anchor Bay is smarter than that, ‘cus they’re not a terribly managed company like the ones from Harvey. Especially since From Beijing With Love is OOP and *could* use a better transfer.

  3. Eric Lim says:

    I think they’ll have chinese audio tracks, because they do on netflix. I wish these would release on bluray.

  4. Paul Bramhall says:

    Hey Ningen21, ‘From Beijing with Love’ was re-released on both Hong Kong Blu-ray and DVD in May, both formats are readily available.

    • Ningen21 says:

      Thanks for the tip. Though his stuff should still get good releases here. Plus, no region-free player yet. 🙁

  5. DougWonnacott says:

    I’ve seen The Defender. I have the ropey old UK release of OUATICAA which I’d be very happy to replace. I haven’t seen the other three so I’ll be getting this one imported to the UK.

    I do finding slightly jarring though when a set of films is released and one doesn’t quite fit. 4 Jet Li films, then a Stephen Chow film thrown in as well. Seems slightly odd. Why not just a Jet Li four film set?

  6. Ulric Henry says:

    Just got this movie set. It does have cantinese audio, with subtitles

  7. Ulric Henry says:

    Cantonese

  8. Jackyvoe says:

    Once Upon a Time in China and America was actually filmed with sync-sound alternating between Mandarin and English. Subsequent DVDs had the movie dubbed in all Cantonese or Mandarin.

    The only DVD that wasn’t dubbed was the Ritek DVD. I would hope Dragon Dynasty used the sync-sound track instead of the dubbed track.

    • Jackyvoe says:

      Damn it all. China and America has the dubbed Chinese language track instead of the sync sound one.

      Even the English speaking actors sound like they’ve been dubbed into bad English.

      Good thing I got the Ritek DVD still.

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