Return Of The Phoenix is yet another masterpiece from prolific director Li Han-hsiang. An imperial minister Cheng Pu (Ching Miao) is faced with a quandary. He’s getting old and his daughters are still not married. Elder daughter Shueh-yeh (Elizabeth Chuang) is so ugly no one wants her. Younger daughter Shueh-wu (Li Hsiang-chun) is beautiful but Mrs Cheng refuses to let her marry before her elder sister. The drama unfolds when Cheng decides to marry Shueh-wu off.
Li Hsiang-chun, King Feng, Kao Pao-shu, Jen Chieh, Ching Miao, Chiang Kwong-chao
It's mid-autumn festival, and hunchbacked, Liu To, out to avenge his sworn-brother, Chin Piao's death, calls for Li Kuei. (Who killed Chin Piao ten years earlier in a fight to possess a document about the "Poisonous Dragon Sword.") Later, the two fight, and Liu To loses his right arm, and swears vengeance on Li Kuei, during mid-autumn in ten years' time. Near death, Li Kuei asks Madame Chen (his sister) to send his daughter, Li Pao-chu, to learn the fighting tacties of the poisonous dragon sword. Ten years pass, and Li Pao-chu, now highly respected and feared for her swordplay skills, is called "The Young Avenger". Her quest is to avenge the death of her father. She meets her swordsman cousin, Chen Shih-lun. Mid-autumn comes, and with it Liu To and Chen Shih-lun, who leads the local villagers in an attack against marauding thugs. A bitter fight ensues between Liu To and Chen Shih-lun, with Liu getting the upper hand in spite of help from Li Pao-chu. At a critical moment in the fight, they are aided and inspired by Li Pao-chu's teacher (Chen Shih-lun's paternal uncle) and Liu To is finally killed by Li Pao-chu. The quest of the Young Avenger is at last over.
A man joins the Hong Kong police force to track down a murderer who has killed his friend in a robbery. While he struggles to reconcile his law defending police duty with his desire for vengeance, he also has a new-found respect for the law.
Lo Chen plays the dedicated wife of a man being pressured by a nasty belly dancer. She uncovers a pit of deceit, double-crosses, murder, and endless blackmailing. The belly dancer gets stabbed, but then her brother moves in on her scheme. There's a mysterious man (played by award winning actor Ku Feng) who's offering evidence for cash, but also has a completely separate extortion plot on the side. Just as it seems everyone around her has some sort of racket going on, homicide rears its ugly head again, threatening our heroine with extinction. Try solving it yourself before the last knife is stabbed.
Ivy Ling Po , Kao Yuen , Li Hsiang-chun , Wang Hsieh
Ling Hsiao (Lo Lieh) and Kuan Wang-lung (Chang Pei-shan) both work as guards for the Tien Ying Treasury House - an establishment that offers its clients storage and safe transportation for their money or valuables. Kuan Wang-lung is secretly in love with Fang Yen (Yang Ai-hua), the grand-daughter of his boss. But she is attracted to Ling Hsiao and ignores Kuan. Kuan wonders how he can get rid of his rival...
This is actress Ching Li's exhilarating feature debut as a schizophrenic who refuses to believe that her pilot lover is killed in a plane crash. She begins making up stories that his death is merely a lie told by her lover's father in order to end their relationship. Treated by her old classmate and doctor, played by Yang Feng, Li slowly recovers and comes face-to-face with the reality and her newfound love.
An evil clan plans a discord so as to dominate the martial arts world. Their masked assassins massacre another clan and one of the assassins is arrested and brought to trial at a tribunal of all the clans. What judgement will they make and can they uncover the truth?
Released two years after its star's suicide, the sequel to the original box office hit becomes all the more moving because of it. Set during World War II, the movie follows a singer who searches battle-scarred China for her lover, who is entangled with Japanese invaders, communist insurgents, and a warlord's beautiful daughter.
A group of bandits flees with a stolen safe to a village where they oppress the villagers and force the blacksmith Wei to unlock the safe. Wei refuses and flees to report to officials, while heroes of the town emerge to fight the bandits.
David Chiang, Ti Lung, Wang Chung, Chen Kuan Tai, Danny Lee
A sweet inn-keeper’s daughter is witness to a perverted rape, leading to more danger than most romantic dramas can handle. Can her true love rescue her in time? For this movie, the moonlight serenade is the sound of suspense, leading to more danger than most romantic dramas can handle.
Rampaging bandits are raping and pillaging the peaceful Chinese villages until grieving dart master Liu Wen Lung sets out with his student, his son and servant to avenge his murdered wife and set things right. Renowned director Ho Meng-hua - soon to be internationally famous for The Flying Guillotine -- masterfully balances action with intrigue and romance, as the path of righteousness is littered with lies … and corpses.