Alex (Cheung Chi-lam) is happily married to a gynecologist, Tung (Anita Yuan Yung-yi) for five years. When Alex is fatally wounded in an accident, he feels obliged to tell Tung about his affair with Blackie (Josie Ho); who is carrying his baby. Alex's mom (Deanie Yip) is devastated about her son's death, but insists that Tung locate Blackie. Fate has it that the three women have to live under the same roof...
Anita Yuen, Cheung Chi-lam, Deanie Yip, Ho Chiu-yee
"Godfather of the kung-fu film", Chang Cheh follows his international hit, The Five Venoms with a popular sequel about blind, deaf, footless and child-like kung-fu fighters who brilliantly train to take their revenge - resulting in a totally unbelievable but totally awesome martial arts experience.
Chan Kuan-tai, Lu Feng, Kuo Chue, Lo Meng, Sun Chien, Pan Ping-chang
Shaolin firebrands Fang Shih-yu, Hung Hsi-kuan, and Hu Huei-chien are as famous in Asia as the Three Musketeers are in America and Europe. So when the "godfather of the kung-fu film," Chang Cheh decided to tell their stories with Alexander Fu Sheng, Chen Kuan-tai, and Chi Kuan-chi in the roles, it was cause for celebration.
Veteran filmmakers unite for one last blow-out before they make way for the new talent. Director Yen Chuan started acting in 1949 and directing in 1953, scripter Soong Shiao-waung started writing in the 1950's, star Ling Yun started acting in the 1960's.
The story is about the legendary Monkey King (Liu Chung-chun) teams up with Goddess of Mercy (Chao Li-chuan) and the Dragon Girl (Lung Nu) to battle the child god Hung Hai-erh (Ting Hua-chung),son of the Ox Demon (Hung Hai-erh) to rescue Tang Tseng, the Holy Pilgrim (Teng Chio-jen).