Linda Lin Dai plays both mother and son in this lavish fable about a goddess who falls in love with a mortal scholar (Cheng Pei-pei in her debut role). Over two years in production, it was released on the first anniversary of Linda's tragic suicide.
The famous kung fu master Wong Fei Hung teaches martial arts in Guangdong. A vicious gangster plots to trap Wong’s disciples and frames him for robbery and murder. Wong thus to fight against the culprit to prove his own innocence and take revenge for his disciples.
Directed by Japanese director Inoue Umetsugu, Lily Ho and Ling Yun are two master thieves battling for brawn and brain; racing against each other for the famous and most prestigious gem in the world, The Venus' Tear Diamond. It is a delightful musical extravaganza of diamond and romance that is well-presented.
Yeh Yung-tsu only directed a precious few films, making each all the more distinguished. This is one of his first, a sword-filled thriller centering on the title location - an inn where the down and dirty meet to plot nefarious doings. Award winning actor Ku Feng stars as the "Whip Devil," while the luminous and lethal Shih Szu plays "The Lady Hermit" who has a surprise in store for all the double-crossing masters of mayhem.
This delightful romance story tells the story of three doctors pursuing three beauties who play hard-to-get in the "a-go-go" era of the 70s. Danny Lee was just at the beginning of his extraordinarily diverse career when he led Liu Lu-hua and Liu Shang-chien on a challenging but ever-comical pursuit of the lovely Hsiao Yao, sexy Niu Niu and sweet Chen Szu-chia. This bright, entertaining film proves the old adage of "no pain, no gain".
Prominent kung-fu actor David Chiang teams up with Chang Cheh's award winning screenwriter Ni Kuang to create a visual masterpiece full of exotic martial arts skills and fights in Shaolin Hand Lock. Chiang, who learned the secret 'Shaolin Handlock' technique from his father, is on a mission to avenge his father's death, which was ordered by the evil Ling Hao, played by Shaw Brothers' penultimate bad guy, kung-fu star, Lo Lieh. Adding to the great success of this film was the glamorous yet outlandishly inventive action sequences staged by acclaimed martial arts choreographer Tang Chia and an imposing visual edge and meticulously stylish directing by the brilliant director Ho Meng-hua who was responsible for giving early film breaks to Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung.
Long before he became internationally famous for directing Bruce Lee's first film and giving Jackie Chan his big break, Lo Wei was famous for his acting. He was, in fact, a wellknown matinee idol in the 1950's. He enjoyed appearing in front of the camera throughout his career - even in his five years working at the Shaw Studio. This was one of his most central roles, as the loyal swordsman ShangkuanHao, leader of the Black Dragon Clan. Sharing the screen with him was swordswoman supreme Cheng Pei-pei, the lovely and luminous superstar who also created an international stir with her one and only villainous role (in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon). Here she is as most fans love her best: the heroic woman warrior who saves the country. But she must face the duplicitous White Dragons, the Flying Leopard, and the Red-headed Monk, among others, to secure the throne and safeguard a hoard of treasure.
Cheng Pei-pei , Yueh Hua , Wu Fung, Lo Wei, Tien Feng
Four martial arts experts live in Seoul after the Korean War in the 1950s. One of them inexplicably crosses path with a drug trafficking syndicate, and his three friends have no choice but to fight a brutal battle on his side...
David Chiang, Ti Lung, Wang Chung, Yasuaki Kurata, Chen Kuan-tai
Many years ago, Inspector Kam killed an innocent man and decided to resign from the police force. He became a professional killer who disguises as a pet store owner. When his best friend, Bobby begins investigating recent murder cases committed by Kam, he discovers that the mastermind behind these cases is actually his superintendent.
Liang Chia-jen, Chu Chiang, Ku Chia-lu, Fei Hsiang
Director Hsu Cheng-hung, much credited with the revolution of wuxia cinema in the 1960s returns to offer up another genre-bending take on the martial arts movie. This time it's Romeo and Juliet in the Chinese underworld! When Grand Master student Yu Chien-wen (Chang Yi) falls for Chiao Chiao (the dazzling and energetic Cheng Pei-pei), the daughter of arch enemy, the Poison Master, we know they are in for trouble. And when Chiao Chiao kills another clan in Yu's name, the Grand Master's clan is unable to stand by. But Yu is too much in love to obey orders...
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...
When the head of a manor loses his kung fu skills, he enlists his nephew and his fiancé to help escort gold to the capital. The duo run into a mysterious knight along the way and they join hands to prevent bandits from stealing the gold.
Li Ching, Ti Lung, David Chiang, Ching Miao, Ku Feng, Chen Hsing
Fighting alongside the Chinese revolutionaries, Shaolin student Hung Hei Gun is badly wounded by the Qing army, and the young Fong Sai Yuk hands him to the Qing army by mistake. The two heroes must now settle the score with the Qing government once and for all.