Ma Teng is an assassin of the ‘Flying Guillotine Squad’, a group of killers commissioned by the Emperor Yung. When Ma starts to question the morality of his missions, he finds himself becoming a fugitive hunted by his former comrades.
Hong Kong rhapsody is a musical extravaganza full of song and dance! Peter Chen-Ho stars as a playboy magician who changes his ways after he becomes the guardian of a young singer (Li Ching), the daughter of a deceased magician friend.
It's a fun and wild romp that mixes pleasure with pleasure. A nightclub owner, playboy Peter Chen Ho, has his ways with three sisters while gallivanting across Asia. Each one has a dangling relationship to save - ensuring a series of mishaps and comic moments.
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.
Governor Yan is killed and his guard Fan identifies Kou as the assassin by his signature weapon, a dart. Kou is listed as a wanted man when he enters the city, but managed to escape arrest with the help of the innkeeper’s daughter. At the same time, Fan is attacked by a bandit who pretends to be Kou. What are the secret plots behind these attacks?
The seventh daughter of the Jade Emperor is banished from heaven to live a mortal life as she is very mischievous. She falls in love with a young village lad Yong, who sold himself to work for the rich so as to bury his father. The goddess sisters help Yong to pay his debt so the lovebirds can be together. Is this going to end happily-ever-after?
A dedicated chief constable nicknamed “The Invincible Fist” is chasing after a band of bandits near a village one day and encounters an innocent blind girl. He quickly falls in love with her, but finds out she is the daughter of a vicious bandit. Will he kill the father of his lover?
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?
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.
The curious title in this Huangmei Opera romance refers to the two props that signal a happy beginning between a scholar and a local beauty. The scholar polishes mirrors so as to be closer to his love, who signals her approval by tossing him some lichees. From that point on the course of their love becomes rocky, complete with murder and suicide.
As more people are learning martial arts from Shaolin, the Qing court orders for it to be banned and plans to destroy the temple. The Shaolin disciples decide to take their protest to the streets, using Shaolin skills to curb their hatred, but when the Qing troops start attacking Shaolin Temple, the disciples vow to protect it at all costs.