Co-director Lo Chen wrote this often dazzling tale of mistaken identities caused by monogrammed handkerchiefs. Pat Ting Hung, Carrie Ku Mei, and Li Hsiang-chun are just three of the lovelies on view in this "alls well that ends well" marital mixup.
Pat Ting Hung, Li Hsiang-chun, Carrie Ku Mei, King Feng, Fung Chiang
Ti Lung stars in this tale of mystery, treachery and feisty swordplay. Shen Teng Yi (Ti) protects the Pai clan's secret martial arts manuscript, which is jealously lusted after by other martial arts tribes. When the daughter (Ouyang Pei-shan ) of the Pai's Clan is threatened, Shen sends out his gifted lover, Yan Fei (Ching Li) as a decoy to uncover who is behind the tricks and deceit... and close in!
Jien Chiu and Bai Yu Tong are equally matched rivals in martial arts. Bai saves the emperor one day but did not believe his identity. Jien rescues the emperor later and gets promoted to the royal guard. This angers Bai and he attempts to jeopardize Jien’s position by stealing the imperial jade seal. Luckily, Jien is able to reclaim the seal with his skills.
There is a decidedly Japanese flavour to this musical comedy, shot on location in Japan under the direction of Shaw Brothers' number one Japanese import, director Inoue Umetsugu. The star, often called the "Cary Grant of Hong Kong," gives an inspiring performance in this romantic farce, but sadly, it was his last for Shaw Brothers before his untimely death less than a year after the picture release. Even so, it is a fitting testament to his carefree comic talent.
Li Ching, Ouyang Sha-fei, Chin Wei-ling, Peter Chen Ho
Teenage heart-throbs Ching Li and Paul Chin Pei come across like Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon in the musical Sunset, a musical romp that plays similar to one of Hollywood's famous "Beach Party" movies. A car load of girls meets a car load of boys, and Ching and Paul ultimately fall in love. Yet the film takes an acrid twist and turns out to be more like a Shakespearian tragedy than a beach-babe party.
Ching Li, Paul Chin Pei, Tien Feng, Ouyang Sha-fei
Months before Bruce Lee burst into the international scene with ENTER THE DRAGON, this powerful story of tragedy, torture, redemption, and revenge premiered across America under the unforgettable title FIVE FINGERS OF DEATH. And, under that title, it went on to become the first international martial arts movie hit, and a perennial best-selling video. It made a continent-spanning star of Lo Lieh, and established the Shaw Brothers as the preeminent studio for high quality action and adventure. Now, finally, after more than thirty years, the original KING BOXER takes its rightful place as the film that started it all for the Western world. Not surprisingly, the tale of an honorable fighter's retraining in the "Iron Palm" style after corrupt invaders crush his hands remains as potent and exciting as when it premiered.
This is a tragic tale about a young girl, played by Ivy Ling Po, who gets married and has five kids. She and her husband later die, forcing one child to be sold into prostitution to feed the other four. Chinese culture dictates that great respect is given to the elders and in this film, it is an elder that is the hero, telling audiences that although sadness abounds, they can return home happy so long as they remain with Confucian's teachings.
Get out your swords! Cheng Pei Pei is the heroine equipped with a bad temper and great marital arts; she will not let anything, let alone a man, get in her way! The bandits of Hulu Valley slay the chief of the Mei Clan while searching for a treasure map. In retaliation, the Mei's clan's top swordsman, Feng-chun (Chen Liang) infiltrates the bandit's fortress hideout in anticipation of a surprise attack by a larger force, only to find himself falling in love with the bandit leader's strong-willed daughter, Pearl, also known as Red Chilli (Cheng Pei-pei)! Mei Clan's plot is eventually uncovered, but they receive unexpected aid from The Red Chili after she discovers the hidden truth about her past.
Zhi Ming trains at the legendary Northern Shaolin Temple and teams up with Si Ma Yan, who trains at the Southern Shaolin Temple, to take revenge for the murder of both their fathers by a corrupt magistrate.
Huang Fei Hung is the most famous character in martial arts movie history. The unique experiment cast Ku Feng, one of Shaw’s finest actors, as Huang Fei Hung, in a battle against a corrupt gangster’s plan to frame him for robbery and murder. Despite the unusual approach, there's plenty of action as Huang and his students, including the beautiful Chen Ping, fight for honor and harmony.
Aptly described by its original title of "Money, Sex And Love", this is a gripping drama about Judy, a woman with a rich husband as well as two lovers who happen to be brothers. Jenny Hu is Judy, and her knockout beauty makes this summer sizzle...
Like legendary director Chu Yuan did so often and so successfully, Chang Peng Yi adapted this film from a story by Ku Lung. Following the footsteps of the equally legendary Chang Cheh, Chang also casted the majestic Ti Lung, along with "Venoms” Lo Meng and Sun Chien, for a spectacular showcase of mystical Martial Arts World’s intrigue and consummate Kung Fu.
David Chiang plays the all-new-one-armed hero - a man who chops off his right arm rather than live with dishonor. When the love of his life is kidnapped and his best friend murdered by the gang, it's time to battle.