Constable Wen Chao Fan and his father are framed for a jewel robbery they did not commit. On the run from the law and becoming a wanted fugitive, Wen must recover the jewels in order to clear his family name, but unfortunately he is not the only one seeking the stolen jewels...
The curious title in this Huangmei Opera romance refers to the two props that signal a happy beginning between a scholar and a local beauty. The scholar polishes mirrors so as to be closer to his love, who signals her approval by tossing him some lichees. From that point on the course of their love becomes rocky, complete with murder and suicide.
It is rumoured that people can buy anything they desire on the mysterious Island of Bats so long as they have money. The charismatic swordsman Chu Liu Xiang and his friend travel to the island to seek answers but realize they are not the only ones who want to unveil the mystery of this place.
This story has a Romeo and Juliet flavour. Two families who hate each other live across the opposite sides of a river filled with crocodiles and do not bother to have a bridge built. Their respective children meet in university and fall in love, but have to find ways to be together and resolve the hatred between their families.
Uninhibited youth Chun meets a rich girl Wen when her car breaks down and drives her home. Chun falls in love with Wen but Wen’s brother dislikes him and forbids his sister to see him. He humiliates Chun and gets Chun beaten up, so Chun takes the pistol he has found accidentally on the street to Wen’s home and shoots her brother dead.
The son of the imperial teacher is beheaded by Justice Bao for corruption. Infuriated, the teacher hires assassins to kill Bao, who is saved by Zhan Zhao. Meanwhile, a royal treasure is stolen while a murder takes place. Bao is ordered to solve the case in ten days and Zhan quickly sets off to investigate. Will they solve the case in time?
Pat Ting Hung, Chiao Chuang, Ching Li, Chin Feng, Chang Yi
Adapted from the renowned Chinese novel, The Water Margin, this is the story of a poor and beautiful girl Lotus Pan, who is raped by her master and had to be married off to a midget who treats her badly. Lost and lonely, Pan unwittingly becomes a pawn in the game of lust between her husband’s playboy brother Wu Song, and a murderous man Men Ching.
Chang Chung-wen, Pai Yun, Paul Chang-chung, Hung Wei, Li Kun, Chin Jen-shu
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…
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.
Inspired by “Drunken Master”, this kung fu comedy features a bumbling martial artist creating a cricket-style fighting arts to fight and defeat the different martial artists who have beaten him before.
The head of White Lotus Clan, Lo, is a highly skilled martial artist who supports the Qing government and helps destroy the rebellion group. Hung from Shaolin who kills Lo’s brother, is being hunted and hides in another rebel Hu’s house. The clan attacks at night killing Hu and his sister, but Hung manages to get Hu’s pregnant wife to safety.
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
Chu Twin becomes crazy after his son’s arms were chopped off. For no reason, he harms four people causing them various disabilities. The four disabled form a band to learn Kung Fu from a master, in order to take revenge on Chu Twin.
Chan Kuan Tai, Lu Feng, Kuo Chue, Sun Jian, Lo Mang, Jiang Sheng, Ching Miao