The Duke’s daughter has been kidnapped by the notorious Golden Dragon Hill bandits. A swordman named Yue Zhen Bei is assigned to save her, and expecting many dangers on the journey, Yue garners help from a group of good friends who are also kung fu masters.
Li Ching, Tang Ching, Ku Feng, Chin Miao, Wang Kwong Yu
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...
Ching Feng-sheng (Chin Feng) and Ching Feng-hsiao (Ivy Ling Po), who were constantly abused by their stepmother Hsia (Kao Pao-shu). Feng-hsiao was engaged to Li Ru-lung (Chin Han) since birth, but the greedy Hsia forced him to forfeit the marriage. When Ru-lung refused, Hsia framed him for thievery and put him behind bars. To rescue her lover, Feng-hsiao dressed as a young man and went to the capital with her maid Chun Lan (Li Ching). She then used Ru-lung’s name to enter the national exam and was ranked first place. Impressed by Feng-hsiao, the Emperor (Ching Miao) decided to let her wed the Princess (Fang Ying), with the Minister (Chiang Kwong-chao) as the matchmaker. On the wedding night, Feng-hsiao revealed the truth to the Princess, and persuaded her to follow the perfect plan…
Ivy Ling Po , Fang Yin , Chin Feng , Chin Han , Li Ching
Celebrated scriptwriter Shen Chiang (Heroes of Sung) continues to spread his magic touch to directing with this tale surrounding the end of the Song dynasty. Threatened by the Yuan who are closing in to rule the whole of China, a band of Song survivors band together to save their prime minister. This bold and fearless heroes fighting for their cause are led by international star, Lo Lieh (Glass Tears, Killer Clans) and Shi Szu ( Lovers Destiny), who must fight their way out of trap after trap. But they can't escape them all, and eventually the two end up in prison... it is either death or a fight to the end!
Taking a refreshing break from his usual villain roles, the great Shih Chien (Shek Kin) plays a comedic ghost who befriends a young boy in this heartwarming tale. Famous for the hall of mirror battle scene with Bruce Lee in Enter The Dragon, Shek Kin is a kindhearted spirit who brings the kid's separated parents - a fashion business woman (Josephine Siu) and a rich merchant (Ti Lung) back together. If you've never seen Shek Kin play goofy and wacky, this movie is for you.
The Emperor orders Feng to find proofs of Master Tian’s rebellion in his house. Feng falls in love with Tian’s granddaughter and marries her. When he finds the proofs and tries to leave with her, his wife is killed in the fight against Tian. Feng creates the mantis-style martial arts and vows to avenge her death.
David Chiang, Gordon Liu, Lily Li, Huang Hsing Hsiu
Young love and its comedy of errors. Hsiao Fang, played by Li Ching, is a spunky young girl not afraid to fight back against hooligans. Unfortunately, she mistakes the handsome Ma Ta-hai, for one such hoodlum. The two are immediately attracted but refuse to admit their true feelings. The real hooligans are from a rich family led by a devious Madam who devise a revenge plot. With plot twists, mistaken identities, along with some terrific musical numbers, romance has never been this much fun.
The brother of the mystery swordswoman "Golden Swallow” is kidnapped. She join forces with a beggar “Drunken Cat” who is skilled in martial art to free her brother from a Buddhist monastery run by a corrupt abbot. The film was selected as Hong Kong’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 39th Academy Awards.
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 young man is at the wrong place at the wrong time. As he offends a police inspector, he is thrown into jail and even when released, the police goes after him until he has no choice but to become a real criminal. Only a kind and beautiful probation officer is on his side, but can she help him?
Jenny Hu, Shaw Brothers' gorgeous Chinese-German star, was given her first comedy role in the wild and wacky Guess Who Killed My Twelve Lovers? Described as "a comedy of belly laughs and chilling murders", it is a unique entry in the Hong Kong theater of the absurd.
A young swordswoman Fang Ying Qi sets out to join the Flying Dragon Clan in their defense against the invading Jin forces. Fang also intends to avenge the murder of her parents by bandit leader Han 20 years ago. Han has since taken on a false identity as a member of the Flying Dragon Clan and Fang must rely on her deadly sword skills to stop Han.
Incredibly, the title serpent is not a harbinger of horror, but actually the film's hero. This virtuous viper sniffs out bombs, fights gangs, battles a baby-killing rodent and even takes on a duplicitous woman. This one-of-a-kind thriller will be applauded by reptile fans everywhere.
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.