A young Jet Li directed and stars in the slam-banger "Born to Defence" (1986), playing a Chinese WWII veteran eager to return to a peaceful civilian life but forced to fight against some nasty American G.I.s. With Zhao Erkang, Paulo Tocha. AKA: "Born to Defend." Kwan Wong follows in Li's footsteps as folk hero Wong Fei Hong, whose battle against slave traders puts him and his martial arts students in danger, in "Fists from Shaolin" (1993). Chuen Hua Chi, Gabriel Wong also star. AKA: "Once Upon a Time in China: Fists from Shaolin." Yuen Biao plays a former Wong Fei Hong pupil who teams with a no-nonsense police chief to bust open the opium trade in "Kickboxer" (1993), with Wu Ma, Yuen Wah. AKA: "Ghost Foot 7," "Once Upon a Chinese Hero," "Once Upon a Time in China: Kickboxer." And Jet Li returns to the Wong role, joining his aunt (Rosamund Kwan) on a train journey across the American West and encountering gunslingers and Indians, in director Sammo Hung's "Once Upon a Time in China and America" (1997). 6 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtracks: Cantonese, English; Subtitles: English. In Cantonese with English subtitles/Dubbed in English.