An evil clan plans a discord so as to dominate the martial arts world. Their masked assassins massacre another clan and one of the assassins is arrested and brought to trial at a tribunal of all the clans. What judgement will they make and can they uncover the truth?
The 72 inhabitants of a dilapidated tenement live under the thumb of a heartless landlady and her sleazy husband. The arrival of a defiant new tenant however, changes their fate. The residents pool their resources together to prevent evictions, deflect targeted harassment by a corrupt policeman and ultimately prevent their home from being sold.
Ching Li, Hu Chin, Ho Shou Hsin, Nan Hung, Yueh Hua, Tien Ching
Set in the Ming Dynasty, the story revolves around a brothel and the girls who work there. The film begins by following the life of a girl from a poor family, who is sold by her mother to the brothel. While she is the most beautiful of the girls and attracts many clients, the girl hopes to escape this sad way of life one day.
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.
Hua, a pretty fraud, steals a brilliant diamond ring from a shop in Hong Kong and escapes to Singapore. To smuggle the ring pass customs, Hua slips it into the pocket of a stranger, Yen, but then lost track of him. Hua finally spots Yen after searching for days and does everything to get close to him in order to take the ring back.
The Ming Emperor is dying with no heir to succeed the throne. His brother recalls that he has an illegitimate child with a court lady years ago and palace guards are sent to search for the heir. When the Emperor's nephew hires assassins to kill the child so he can be the successor, the Swift Knight comes to the rescue…
Lo Lieh, Margaret Hsing Hui, Huang Tsung-hsing, Chin Han
Starring the stunning, teenage heartthrob Pat Ting Hung, The Butterfly Chalice marks the important directing debut of the kung-fu film genre's most principle figure Chang Cheh, as he burst the martial arts and swordplay movie doors wide open, announcing the beginning of the end for the Cantonese musicals.
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.
Two forbidden lovers, Zhang Zhen and Yue Nu, are killed by four villains and left behind their twin babies. Yue Nu's elder sister hopes to restore the clan's honour and separates the twins, arranging for them to be raised by competing clans. 18 years later, the twins meet and fight against each other, bringing chaos to the martial arts world.
Emperor Cheng Te meets country maiden Li Feng on a visit to Southern China. It was love at first sight and the emperor leaves with a promise that Li Feng would be his empress. One year later, when he sends for Li, her poor health cannot stand the arduous journey and she arrives just in time to die in the arms of her beloved...
Lin Dai, Chao Lei, Chin Chuan, Yang Chi-ching, Wong Yuen-loong
The Yu family and the Green Dragon clan became enemies when the Yu daughter killed the clan head’s son, who was a rapist and murderer. The Green Dragon leader wounds the head of the Yu family with his flying daggers, and a wandering swordsman saves the family using his own flying dagger skills. However, his allegiances and motives are unclear.
The roguish scamp Zhen and his best friend Chia collects proof of corruption from the officials in this comedy-drama. After a string of blackmailing, they end up in positions of power, but what is to happen next?
The government hires Yang to escort a cargo of gold to a famine stricken area. The vicious Chi Sha gang, with one of their best fighters, Golden Arm, announce their intention to hijack it by killing one of Yang's employees. As Yang gathers his own team of reputable fighters to protect his cargo, are they strong enough to hold off Golden Arm?