20 years passed and Ho Hsin is now the proud and powerful owner of a chain of casinos in Macau. His former partner Nieh Ao-tien, now reliant on him, is bitter at the turn of fortunes and schemes to overthrow Ho. He is not the only one out to get Ho, however. A young man, Cheng, who is hired by Ho to work in the casino, is actually the son of his former lover, and is out to kill him. However, Ho is not about to just roll over and die…
Andy Lau, Michelle Lee, Chingmy Yau, Alex Man, Liu Shao-ming
A girl, Marble, witnesses a murder case and reports to the police. However after the investigation, the police can only figure out the complicated relationships between Rita, a rich merchant's mistress (Cherie Chung), a postman, a shop owner Mr. Wang and his wife, but find no clue as to who the murderer is. Therefore, Marble decides to carry out her own investigation…
Cherie Chung, Ku Feng, Chin Yen-ling, Tang Chen-yeh
Yu Lou is betrayed by his wife, and eventually killed by her lover, Fung, who is the boss of a martial arts school. Yu Lou’s brother Xiao Lou knows about his tragic death and is determined to take revenge on Fung and his sister-in-law.
Veteran filmmakers unite for one last blow-out before they make way for the new talent. Director Yen Chuan started acting in 1949 and directing in 1953, scripter Soong Shiao-waung started writing in the 1950's, star Ling Yun started acting in the 1960's. They all combine their proven talents for this tale of the Dragon Sword and the evil Security Agency guards, sensual swordswomen, and notorious bandits who want it.
Two young men join a rebel group after the Chinese Revolution of 1911 and become patriotic heroes accidentally. Assisted by a warlord’s daughter, they successfully help the rebels steal weapons from the warlord in this action comedy.
Betty Loh Ti displays an ethereal loveliness that earns her the nickname "Classical Beauty" in this classic tale that combines a very contemporary comic sense with traditional Mandarin opera tunes. Add on a score by celebrated composer Yao Min and a script by future super director King Hu (a.k.a. Hu King-chuan) and you have a perfect showcase for subtle humor and legendary beauty - one of the Hong Kong's most legendary screen personalities. Betty is a perky maid who helps manage the love life of her young mistress (Ting Ning). The task isn't as easy as it sounds, with gender-bender twists such as a young scholar masquerading as a woman (Chiao Chuang), and a bandit's voluptuous sister (Chang Chung-wen) disguised as a man.
The wandering swordsman Yu Hsieh Erh (David Chiang) has formidable sword skills and decides to help the poor by robbing from thieves and distributing the wealth. He meets a group of bandits who are planning to rob a convoy escorting some valuables. Yu is tricked by the bandits into participating in the robbery but then realizes his folly and returns to take revenge on them.
Director Chu Yuan reunited with novelist Ku Lung and superstar Ti Lung in this exciting sequel to Clans of Intrigue. Ti returns to our favourite costume drama role and plays the hero, sexy swordsman Chu Liu-hsiang, whose exploits on the battlefield are rivaled by those in the boudoir. This time he travels to the mysterious Island of the Bats, where he encounters treacherous monks, beautiful women, and a strange Prince of the Bats. Filled with non-stop action and erotic romances, the film is definitely an exhilarating feast for the eyes.
After moving to Hong Kong from China, illegal immigrant Mang (Cherie Chung) has no choice but to live in cramped quarters with male migrant workers who take advantage of her. In order to attain the chance for Hong Kong residency and a better life, she agrees to marry a lonely old carpenter (Kwan Hoi-shan). Soon after settling into her new life, Mang crosses paths again with Kong (Alex Man), a Thai-Chinese boxer, and the two develop a passionate affair.
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.
Ling Hsiao (Lo Lieh) and Kuan Wang-lung (Chang Pei-shan) both work as guards for the Tien Ying Treasury House - an establishment that offers its clients storage and safe transportation for their money or valuables. Kuan Wang-lung is secretly in love with Fang Yen (Yang Ai-hua), the grand-daughter of his boss. But she is attracted to Ling Hsiao and ignores Kuan. Kuan wonders how he can get rid of his rival...
This is Sun Chung's very first film for the Shaw Brothers, making it especially interesting and important. He hit the ground running with this action-filled tale of a :Devil Girl" who is setting one clan against another to get her hands on two amazing mirrors with supernatural powers. Only a noble swordsman (played by Liu Tan) and beautiful swordswoman (played by The Thundering Sword star Shu Pei-pei) can stop her.