Hui Pui-ching is often ill-treated by her husband Fan Pak-nan, a cruel and uncouth man. At a party, Pui-ching meets rich and erudite businessman, Ha Mon-hin. He also has family troubles and they are mutually attracted. One day, feeling lonely, Pui-ching takes a walk and runs into Mon-hin. They dine out and go for a walk along the beach. After not having seen Pui-ching for several days, Mon-hin discovers she is ill. At the risk of being discovered, he visits her. She is glad to see him and they stroll on the beach again. Mon-hin picks up a purple shell and gives it to Pui-ching as a memento. Pak-nan becomes suspicious of Pui-ching's movements and he employs a maid to spy on his wife. His suspicions seem confirmed when he sees Pui-ching and Mon-hin conversing at a party. Pak-nan humiliates his wife by taking a dance hostess home and necking with her in his wife's presence. Pui-ching falls seriously ill. Pak-nan continues to bully her and declares he no longer cares for her. Mon-hin takes care of Pui-ching and pays all her medical bills. Pui-ching recovers but loses her mind despites Mon-hin's efforts to help. Mon-hin takes Pui-ching to the beach where, on sighting a purple shell, she regains her sanity. Mon-hin takes Pui-ching to the country where he buys her a new home. Pak-nan, who has taken photographs of the pair, conspires with Mon-hin's uncle, Tao See-yin, to blackmail Mon-hin. See-yin demands and gets $50,000 from Mon-hin. At the same time, Pak-nan insists Mon-hin sign a statement turning over all his property to him in exchange for Pui-ching. If not, Mon-hin will be sued in court. Pui-ching finds out about the blackmail attempt. She feels partly responsible and decides to prevent it. She tears up Mon-hin's statement agreeing to the property transfer and then kills herself. See Yin, unable to get his share of the blackmail money from Pak-nan, decides on revenge. He tells Mon-hin's wife the entire story and blames Pak-nan for Pui-ching's death. Mon-hin is confronted by his wife and learns of the death of Pui-ching. His son, hearing of the affair, runs away from home. The strain is too much for Mon-hin who becomes mentally unbalanced. He wanders about on the beach day and night in search of purple shells.
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
Mrs Xu is childless and watches a lonely little girl playing at the rear entrance from afar every day. She warmly nurtures the girl and even adopts her from her uncaring parent. The girl brings happiness to the Xu’s until her long lost mother appears one day and to make her happy, Mrs Xu reluctantly lets the girl reunite with her mother.
Butterfly Woo, Li Hsiang Chun, Wang Ai Ming, Chao Ming
Professional killer Lui goes to Malaysia after completing his mission of killing the big boss of a Hong Kong gang. His next target is a groom who is throwing his wedding banquet at a hotel in Chinatown. Just when Lui takes aim at his target, another victim instead of the groom is shot, and he becomes a scapegoat in this mystery assassination.
Martial arts melodrama about a lady-warrior who raises the son of the swordsman who scorned her. Unknowingly, she also has a twin sister that has been raised by her enemy and trained to eventually kill her…
Fan Ke discovers at his father’s deathbed that he has a half-brother, Wenlie, in Thailand. He goes to find Wenlie, who became a boxer to support his sick mother. When the two meet, they are entangled in the underworld of boxing gambling.
Betty Ting plays Susan, a young woman hiding from her father by being a nightclub singer in Japan. Pop singer Chao Ke-jen (Lin Chong) gets permission from his boss to visit Japan, with the condition that he finds the boss's daughter. Boy finds girl, boy falls in love. But will the father approve?
Betty Ting Pei, Jimmy Lin Chung, Chao Hsin-yen, Kao Ling
Perfectly cast as a woman impersonating a man, Ivy Ling Po - who has made a career in Huangmei Opera playing male roles - is the tomboyish daughter of a general who has grown up fooling everyone that she is a boy. Like Yentl forced into disguise, Pei-ngo (Ivy Ling Po) maintains her masculine facade for the freedom she isn't allowed as a girl. Her act is so good, she has fooled her two closest schoolmates for years. However, her mother believes she has reached an age to contemplate marriage. Which one of her schoolmates will she accept? And how will Pei-ngo break the news to them that she is a girl? Complicating things further, another girl wants to marry the cross-dressed Pei-ngo. It's another historical period triumph with terrific Huangmei Opera music to charm and delight.
In the finale of this loose trilogy, Gordon Liu reprises his famous role, Monk San Te, as he tries to protect Fang Shih Yu, an arrogant youth who gets into trouble with the Qing officials and nearly lands Shaolin Temple into trouble too.
It is love beyond the grave, as a young scholar and his beautiful lover are torn apart forever by his dastardly uncle and his friend, who drive the girl to commit suicide... but with death comes revenge for the enchanting ghost. A spooky yet heart-wrenching tale...
Chang Mei-yao , Yang Li-hua , Lei Ming , Tsui Fu-sheng
Swordswoman supreme Cheng Pei-pei (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) teams up with director/writer/actor Lo Wei (director of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan’s first major movies) for an evocative and terrific “Martial arts world” adventure consisting of a missing blade and a deadly sect of men-hating swordswomen.
Cheng Pei-pei , Kao Yuen , Lo Wei , Huang Tsung-hsing
A 17-year old schoolgirl marries her 35-year-old teacher. Comedy ensues when they attempt to keep their relationship a secret despite being in the same school. When they discover unwanted suitors going after their other halves, jealousy threatens to expose their marriage any minute!
Hong Kong rhapsody is a musical extravaganza full of song and dance! Peter Chen-Ho stars as a playboy magician who changes his ways after he becomes the guardian of a young singer (Li Ching), the daughter of a deceased magician friend.
Two Con Men is a wonderfully twisted, pseudo-romantic comedy in the vein of "Robin Hood" meets "The Sting". Starring Liang Tien as Clever Chan and Chang Ying (who's done over 400 films) as Tricky Ching, it's the age-old competition between a rookie con artist versus the ultimate, experienced flimflam man. It's a game Chen cannot afford to lose, because people's lives - including his own, hang in the balance of good versus evil.