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
Young Ai Nu is abducted and sold to the popular Four Seasons brothel run by the powerful and ruthless Madam Chun Yi. Ai Nu gets locked up in a dungeon due to her fiery attitude. Soon, a murder occurs within the brothel and a policeman must race against time to prevent a vicious revenge plot from reaching its blood-spattered conclusion.
Hsu Lo is up against an evil black magic practitioner San Kan Mi, who wants to place a death spell on him and a love spell on his fiancée Wang Chu Ying. Fortunately, Wang's friends manage to find another veteran witch doctor to take on the evil San. This bone-chilling tale of good versus evil races to a heart-stopping ending.
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!
Adapted from the most widely read Ching Dynasty novel, this touching love story has proven a challenge to many filmmakers, and it is acclaimed as the most successful one. A sumptuous feature that took three years of planning and production, it was a hugely popular and critiqued hit which stands out as a classic combination of both 18th century literature and 1960s moviemaking.
Loh Tih, Pat Ting Ning, Ting Hung, Tu Chuan, Jen Chieh
A crippled woman seeks vengeance against the four men who killed her parents. However, when she crosses path with a young warrior who falls in love with her, trouble ensues as his father is one of the killers responsible for her family's massacre years ago.
Li Ching, Yueh Hua, Chang Chung, Tien Feng, Chiao Chiao, Ku Feng
The movie consists of four stories of the Mad Monk helping others, from saving a mother and daughter from crumbling walls, to helping hawkers deal with bullies, recovering stolen money for a young man and punishing a devious court official and his son.
Wang Yu plays a young guy, Wu, who heads off to Dragon Valley to meet his childhood friend, Lian Chu (Chin Ping), who was promised to be his bride. When he gets there, he finds out that the family of his bride might not be an entirely honest bunch of people. Wu wishes to take Lian Chu with him, so he has no choice but to fight against her family…
A talented scholar, Bo Hu, is attracted by the pretty maid, Qiu Xiang. In order to get close to her and win her love, he disguises as a servant to work in the same household. Qiu Xiang does not believe Bo Hu when he discloses his true identity to her, only falling in love with him when he reveals his talents and with his friends’ help.
Sam is being hunted as he discovers that the mayor and the chief of medical bureau are colluding with a drug dealer. He is saved by a fishermen family and works in their friend’s grocery but the grocery owner is killed when the enemies track Sam down. Sam escapes to Shaolin to learn the cudgel style of kung fu in order to avenge his friends.
After killing a tiger with his bare hands when drunk, Wu Song is appointed as chief constable. The wife of his brother Wu Da Lang seduces Wu Song but gets rejected and later engages in an affair with a rich man. They poison Wu Da Lang after he finds out about their affair. To avenge his brother’s death, Wu Song kills the two of them.
After many years as a respected actor and action choreographer, the Shaw Studio finally gave the dependable and commendable Hsu Hsia a chance to direct his own movies. He didn't waste the opportunity, inviting three other kung-fu designers to help on this fight-filled thriller. Wang Yu, co-star of such classics as Dirty Ho and The Kid With A Tattoo, here takes center stage as a young rascal caught between an anti-Ching Confederation and violent, vengeful Ching troops. But when he discovers that the good guys are led by master martial arts actor Jen Shih-kuan and the bad guys are led by the incredible Huang Cheng-li everyone knows that loads of great kung-fu is in store.
A young girl Chen is sent away by her parents who are going through divorce, to stay with the Chang’s. On the Chang’s farm, she meets their two sons, the youngest daughter and a young artist, and spends a summer with them that she will never forget.
Fang Yin, Chiao Chuang, Yueh Hua, Wang Hsia, Ching Li
The "godfather of the kung-fu film," Chang Cheh, started a winning streak by making the internationally renowned THE FIVE VENOMS. He followed that hit with many more high-flying "bloody good" entertainments featuring the same cast in new roles. But of all the "Venom" movies, this one stands out as perhaps the most chilling. Masked killers are wreaking havoc and instilling terror with their vicious weapons of choice: razor-sharp, gut-shattering tridents. Only three fearless fighters dare investigate, leading to mass murder and magnificent martial arts. Chien Hsiao-hou, future co-star of Yuen Woo-ping's THE TAI-CHI MASTER joins the trio to get tri-pierced. The core "Venoms" themselves handle the intricate, always impressive, sometimes awe-inspiring, choreography in this unforgettable exercise in "grand guignol kung-fu."
Chiang Sheng, Chu Ko, Chin Siu-ho, Lu Feng, Kuo Chui, Wang Li