After the Ming Emperor is overthrown and his infant son was put in the care of the Black Dragon Society, a traitorous martial arts clan attacks the society, forcing an inexperienced pair of swordsman and swordswoman to flee with the infant. Their journey to deliver the infant to safety is filled with dangers that would require help from other allies…
Cheng Pei Pei, Yueh Hua, Wu Fung, Lo Wei, Tien Feng
A charming Huangmei Opera title, this is the story of Fei E, a General’s daughter who grows up fooling everyone that she is a boy, including her two closest schoolmates. When she has to choose one of them to marry, how will Fei E tell them that she is a girl? To complicate matters, a girl who Fei E saves one day only wants to be married to her!
Fang is a spunky young village girl who is not afraid to fight back against hooligans. She gets into trouble with the biggest hoodlum Tong when she foils his plans with a maid, causing Tong to plot a revenge. Luckily a man whom she is attracted to, Hai, comes in time to her rescue. Can they fight back?
Two disciples, Yu and Zheng, are sent by their master to track down the invincible weapon “Thundering Sword” to prevent villains from getting it. Yu encounters the daughter of a ruthless clan, Chiao, who is on her way to seek for the sword. They quickly fall for each other, but when Chiao accidentally injures Zheng, things become complicated.
The venerated Sun Chung made many different kinds of films for Shaw Brothers, including popular and renowned satirical comedies, contemporary action dramas, and magnificent martial arts movies. This is one of his last of the latter for the studio, so he wanted to have fun... and let the audience share it. Toward that end he cast international favorite Alexander Fu Sheng as the title character who keeps testing the patience (and kung-fu skills) of his father, a small town bonesetter and herbal healer played by award-winning character actor Ku Feng. But when a local dignitary not only smuggles drugs but plans to give a Chinese treasure away to evil outsiders, the father and son unite to take on foreign fighters and even Japanese ninja in a non-stop display of comic action prowess.
Tales Of A Eunuch reunites the potent mix of martial arts superstar Gordon Liu Chia-hui, who plays Emperor in cognito Kang Hsi, with the kung-fu comedienne Wang Yu, an anti-Ching revolutionary. It is a film laced with wild barrages of excellent martial arts chiefly choreographed by Yuen Hua and Yuan Pien; Jackie Chan's long-time kung-fu classmates. At one time, Wang was considered to be the next Alexander Fu Sheng.
Wang Yu , Ku Feng , Linda Chu , Liao Li-ling , Liu Chia-hui
Adapted from a chapter of the classic Chinese legend “Investiture of the Gods”, this is the story of Na Cha set 3000 years ago. After Na Cha sacrificed his life to save his parents, he is reincarnated with his spirit embodied in a lotus flower and is armed with two magic weapons to save the people from their despotic emperor.
Fu Sheng, Lu Ti, Chiang Tao, Feng Ko An, Yuan Man Tzu
As its name implies, Songfest is an Eastmancolor-Shawscope costume musical, traditionally Chinese and timeless in content; yet revealing a spirited and modern technique. Shot on location at Taiwan's beautiful Sun-Moon Lake, it's a turbulent romance between a passionate tea picker Sung Yu-lan and a charming fisherman Li Chun-yang.
Margaret Tu Chuan, Julie Shih-yen, Chiao Chuang, Lily Ho
A young girl Chen is sent away by her parents who are going through divorce, to stay with the Changs. On the Chang’s farm, she meets their daughter Ling Yun, the eldest son Ling Hsiao, and a young artist Hsu, and spends a summer with them that she will never forget.
Fang Yin, Chiao Chuang, Yueh Hua, Wang Hsia, Ching Li
A young monk, The Kid, was expelled from the temple due to his crazy ways. After leaving the temple, he fights a cruel bandit's son and befriends a prostitute. As he fights for justice, his “Crazy Lo Han Fist” improves with every fight.
The Liu Chia-liang trained Hui Ying-hung was considered the top action martial arts female star in the 1980s. It is her martial arts abilities that Michelle Yeoh tries to emulate. In The Tiger and the Widow, Hui Ying-hung is somehow mixed up in a salt smuggling ring that stinks of missing persons and rotten dilemmas.