In this third instalment of Shaw Brother’s Journey to the West, Monk Tang San Zang (Ho Fan) is trapped by seven seductive spiders, hell-bent on achieving immortality by eating him! Monkey (Chou Lung Chang), Pigsy (Peng Peng) and Sha Wu Jing (Tien Shun) have to fight with the spiders to rescue Monk Tang San Zang.
Convoy Master Li’s wife has an affair with his rival Long, who plans to steal Li’s Golden Blade and kill him as well as his young daughter. Li and his daughter manage to escape and the latter grows up to be a skilled swordswoman who vows to avenge her mother’s death – a lie told by Li. The truth is revealed when she sees her mother alive by chance.
Legendary rival jewel thieves Fragrant Night and Nocturnal Earl travel to Japan to steal the famous Venus’ Tear Diamond. They fall quickly in love at first sight, without knowing the other person is their rival and is after the same prize. Who will get the diamond, and will it mean the end of their new found love?
A group of farmers who are being oppressed by the local magistrates kidnap one of the magistrate’s daughter in the hope of being heard by the authorities. A wandering swordsman offers his help and aiding him are two fighters who have both switched sides from being the oppressors to the oppressed. The trio fight back against the magistrates!
Singer Qing Qing and architect Tang Peng Nan are a sweet couple. Qing Qing sacrifices herself to help Peng Nan at a time when his family is going through difficulties and is misunderstood by Peng Nan, leading to their break up. When Peng Nan learns the truth and decides to make up with Qing Qing, he found that she is suffering from a terminal illness.
The Sword Master passes on his sword to his disciple Lin before he dies. Another disciple Fang also eyes the sword and plots to take it away from Lin, destroying his family and blinding him in the process. Lin finally battles Fang for revenge and vows to reclaim his sword.
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.
Hong Xi Guan of Shaolin is chased and wounded by a martial arts scum who took refuge in the Qing court. He is saved and healed by friends from the wet market and they hide Hong in a bean curd shop to protect him. However, Hong’s enemy finds him and ambushes him at the shop, hoping to capture Hong and all his friends.
TIn this Huangmei Opera romance, Wang is the son of a respected government official whereas Sue San is a famous prostitute. Although they love each other and seem to be perfectly matched, the two are worlds apart when it comes to social ranking, which will prove hard to overcome...
Betty Loh Tih, Chao Lei, Kao Pao-shu, Chu Mu, Yang Chi-ching
The Snake Prince lives on the Snake Mountain of Kwangsi with other snakes and they have lived peacefully with humans for a thousand years. All things change however, when the Snake Prince falls in love with one of the three beauties performing a sensual rain dance in the nearby village one day, and decides to marry her at all costs...
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
An imperial minister Cheng betroths his pretty younger daughter, Ye, to his friend's son, Mu. His wife however, refuses to let Ye marry before her elder daughter Yan, who is ugly and undesirable. Yan is asked to pretend as Ye to meet Mu but scares him away. A rich guy who likes Ye meanwhile pretends as Mu to attend the wedding...
Li Hsiang-chun, King Feng, Kao Pao-shu, Jen Chieh, Ching Miao, Chiang Kwong-chao