Asiapol agent Yang Ming Xuan trails a shipment of contraband gold being delivered to gang leader, George Eaton. He enlists the help of a Chinese woman who is trying to avenge her sister and narrowly escapes several deadly traps as he closes in on Eaton's location. This spy film is loosely inspired by the James Bond movies.
A kung fu anthology film consisting of three stories: a man embarrasses himself while trying to prove his worth to the father of the woman he loves; a courtesan in love with a general will need to deliver a notorious bandit in exchange for him not being executed; and a group of bandits forms a plan to rescue a new friend from being executed.
Shih Szu, Yueh Hua, Lily Ho, Lo Lieh, David Chiang, Ti Lung
A long-awaited horror sequel after Enchanted Shadow, this is about three asylum inmates telling their stories. In story one, a husband and wife discover they should be careful what they wish for. A naked female ghost seeks revenge from her watery grave in story two, and a dead prostitute returns as a ghost in the last tale.
The brother of the mystery swordswoman "Golden Swallow” is kidnapped. She joins forces with a beggar “Drunken Cat” who is skilled in martial arts to free her brother from a Buddhist monastery run by a corrupt abbot. The film was selected as Hong Kong’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 39th Academy Awards.
Liu seeks out Li to avenge his brother’s death and loses an arm in the fight, vowing revenge ten years later. Li dies after asking his sister to send his daughter Bao Zhu to learn the Dragon Sword skill to avenge his death. Bao Zhu grows up to become a skilled swordswoman and meets Liu for the planned duel with her cousin Chen. Can she defeat Liu?
In this hilarious sequel, Mr Big Potato opens an old-fashioned Chinese clinic, but his traditional methods are rejected by the sceptics of modern Hong Kong. Enter his buddy Mr Funny bone to rescue his business!
The venerated Sun Chung made many different kinds of films for Shaw Brothers, including popular and renowned satirical comedies, contemporary action dramas, and magnificent martial arts movies. This is one of his last of the latter for the studio, so he wanted to have fun... and let the audience share it. Toward that end he cast international favorite Alexander Fu Sheng as the title character who keeps testing the patience (and kung-fu skills) of his father, a small town bonesetter and herbal healer played by award-winning character actor Ku Feng. But when a local dignitary not only smuggles drugs but plans to give a Chinese treasure away to evil outsiders, the father and son unite to take on foreign fighters and even Japanese ninja in a non-stop display of comic action prowess.
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.
Set in the Qing Dynasty, the Shaolin clan wants to overthrow Qing and restore the Ming Dynasty, while the Wudang clan is backed by the Qing government. The two renowned clans eventually set themselves up against each other, and a series of vicious fighting has just begun…
Lo Meng, Wang Li, Sun Chien, Chiang Sheng, Wen Hsueh Erh
Liang Cai drugged the beautiful Qiu Rong and raped her, but promised to marry her after getting his parent’s consent. Since then, there is no news of his proposal and Qiu Rong confronts Liang Cai when she finds herself pregnant. This is when she discovers that he has already married a rich noble girl and even plans to kill her…
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.
The Liu Chia-liang trained Hui Ying-hung was considered the top action martial arts female star in the 1980s. It is her martial arts abilities that Michelle Yeoh tries to emulate. In The Tiger and the Widow, Hui Ying-hung is somehow mixed up in a salt smuggling ring that stinks of missing persons and rotten dilemmas.
Fans of the international star Alexander Fu Sheng were aghast. Their idol had broken both his legs and was recuperating. Everyone wondered: would he be able to return to the action comedies for which he was so famous? This movie was the answer, and it left no doubt that he had made a full recovery. Liu Chia-yung, brother of preeminent martial arts moviemaker Liu Chia-liang, was famous in his own right for kung-fu comedies, and he out-did himself with this one. Imagine Bob Hope and Bing Crosby with the skills of Jet Li and Jackie Chan, and you’ve got an idea of the fun and fury inherent in this delightful tale of two con men vying for a horde of hidden gold. Add to the mix a Shaolin monk (played by "Master Killer" Gordon Liu Chia-hui), a powerfully brutal villain (Wang Lung-wei), and his equally dangerous mute sister (future director Yang Tsing-tsing), and you’ve got one of the most internationally loved kung-fu capers ever made.
Liu Chia-hui, Liu Chia-yung, Chang Chan-peng, Fu Sheng
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