The heroine Yu Fei Xia is accused of stealing the book of martial arts secrets. To prove her innocence, she disguises herself as a man and finds her way into the Shaolin Temple to find out the truth...
Hsiao's stepmother frames her fiancé Lung when he refuses to forfeit their engagement and sends him to prison. To save him, Hsiao disguises as Lung to take the Imperial exam and ranks first place. Impressed by Hsiao, the Emperor weds the Princess to 'him'. When Hsiao comes clean on their wedding night, she persuades the Princess to follow a plan…
Ivy Ling Po , Fang Yin , Chin Feng , Chin Han , Li Ching
When the husband of a doctor, Tung is fatally wounded in an accident, he reveals to her about his affair with Blackie, who is impregnated with his baby. Despite the devastation of the betrayal and the eventual death of her husband, Tung is pressured by her mother-in-law into putting up with Blackie and offer $1M for her baby...
Anita Yuen, Cheung Chi-lam, Deanie Yip, Ho Chiu-yee
Zhang and Jin’s daughter, Peony, are betrothed at birth but Jin objects to the engagement now. Zhang meets a carp spirit that looks exactly like Peony and they fall in love. When Justice Bao is asked by Jin to distinguish Peony from her replica, he decides to quit the case when he witness the true love between Zhang and the carp spirit.
Tie Qiao San, head of the Ten Guangdong Tigers, is an honourable master with many disciples. As opium becomes popular among the nobles, Tie starts taking it and gradually harms his body. When an opium house’s owner defeats Tie in a fight and he is only saved from being killed by his disciple, Tie vows to quit opium and get back on his feet.
A young scholar Ning spends the night in a creepy temple that is said to be haunted. He does not believe in the rumours, but soon meets a beautiful female ghost Nie. Nie is forced to stay in the temple to seduce young men for a powerful demon to feast on. Knowing Nie to be a kind ghost, Ning decides to help her escape from the demon’s clutches.
Three buddies find a rare artifact known as the Double-Faced God but are poisoned by Lady Wu who steals the treasure from them. Before they die, they get their wives to promise to train their children to take back what is rightfully theirs. These kids grow up to exact a vengeance that turns out to be more hilarious than horrific in this comedy.
The prince of the Sung Dynasty is captured by the Chin invaders and is guarded by top martial arts masters. It is up to two powerful patriots to fight the overwhelming odds and pull off the impossible: to rescue the royal Prince and get out of the Chin stronghold alive.
At St. Morant Hospital, a harried but lovely administrator must deal with lusty interns, student nurses, a delirious surgeon, a dissection fiend, a criticizing Commissioner and gross negligence at regular intervals! This comedy is based on the hugely successful British Carry On! film series.
Jien Chiu and Bai Yu Tong are equally matched rivals in martial arts. Bai saves the emperor one day but did not believe his identity. Jien rescues the emperor later and gets promoted to the royal guard. This angers Bai and he attempts to jeopardize Jien’s position by stealing the imperial jade seal. Luckily, Jien is able to reclaim the seal with his skills.
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.
The young Wong Fei Hung and his friend Wang Yin Lin find themselves and their martial arts schools pitted against another rival school and the expert they hire, Master Shan. This is a masterpiece of Director Liu Chia Liang and one of the top ten movies in 1981.