Award-winning drama featuring a passionate performance by Lisa Lu, enhanced by sumptuous costumes and sets, produces a powerful, fascinating story. In five thousand years of Chinese history, there was never a more fascinating woman than the dragon lady of the Ching Dynasty, also the Empress Dowager, who was the power behind the throne for the last half of the 19th century. The vast tapestry of palace intrigues is vividly brought to the screen.
One day, when the heroic outlaw Chu Liu Xiang is dining with his friend Monk Wu Hua, Gong from the Holy Water Palace accuses Chu of stealing the holy water and using it for various murders. Chu denies, and is given a month to find the murderer or be killed by Gong. To prove him innocence, Chu decides to investigate the case…
A cool jewel thief turns over a new leaf as a professional singer in a nightclub. However, a series of robberies happened shortly after and he becomes the suspect again. The thief then sets up a trap to snare the copycat but will this backfire on him?
Lily Ho , Jimmy Lin Chong , Lo Lieh , Essie Lin Chia
Dai Tian Chou practices martial arts since young so he can avenge his father’s death. He meets Wu Xiao Yan who is disguised as a man one day and is suddenly beaten by a group of gangsters. Wu begs her father to allow her to take Dai back home to recover. Little does Dai know this is his chance to take revenge.
Acclaimed director Ho Meng-hua tackles fantasy in The Human Goddess, a genre bending film that features a love story between an alluring female fairy, played by the real life sexy goddess Li Ching, who seeks love in the world of mortal men and finds it in a man who takes care of an orphanage. Ho was one of the first directors to give Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung their first breaks as extras in his early martial arts films.
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.
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.
The film starts out with two students fighting for their deceased master's sword called the "Green Frost Sword". Han kills the other student, takes the sword and offer it to the king. The wife of the other dead student plots to take revenge, going undercover to retrieve the sword at the first opportunity in this tale of revenge and betrayal.
Li Li-hua, Li Ching, Chiao Chuang, Wu Ma, Chen Hung-lieh
Jiang Xiao Yu is separated from his twin brother as a baby after his parents are murdered. He is taken by a couple to Villains Valley and raised to be a villain by a host of outlaws. Jiang leaves the valley to explore the world when he grows up - will he be able to avenge his parents and meet with his twin brother?
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.
The Yang family had served their country in Song Dynasty for generations. When General Yang is ambushed and killed during the war in Jin Shan, the grand matriarch led the entire family to take revenge and defend the country.
Ivy Ling Po, Lily Ho, Yueh Hua, Li Ching, Chung Hua, Lisa Lu