In the finale of this 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.
Cheng Chung (Derek Yee) and May (Liu Hsueh-hua), a pair of lovers working on the police force, camp on an outlying island. Awakened by a strange sound, May goes out onto the beach where a violent frenzy grips her. After her return from leave, May insists Inspector Wang (Yueh Hua) in a bid to rescue some hostages. She shoots the thug under most peculiar circumstances. Then a series of tragedies occur. Her two colleagues die mangled in a lift accident and Inspector Wang is injured at his desk by a snake. Wang's exorcist sister (Hsia Ping), who performs rites for him, also dies in an accident. And so does a fortune-teller who refused to read May's fortune.
After knowing his brother has killed the head of a rival triad, Jie takes the blame and was hunted by killers. With the help of Rambler Nan, Jie finally killed his enemies, but then found out that Nan is the one who has killed his father.
Two teen girls, Rose and May, become close friends despite their different social backgrounds. The rich girl May moves to America but returns years later to see Rose, now a beauty queen and bar girl. Rose is immediately attracted to Fang’s fiancé and their relationship quickly deteriorates when Rose sets out to pursue him…
Defeated villain Sung Ching Shu returns and starts a reign of terror, trapping a beautiful Mongolian Princess and mastering the "yin and yang combination" to become almost invincible. Only two swords held by two great swordsmen can stand in his way!
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.
A man joins the Hong Kong police force to track down a murderer who has killed his friend in a robbery. While he struggles to reconcile his law defending police duty with his desire for vengeance, he also has a new-found respect for the law.
Wang Zhao Jun refuses to bribe the imperial painter, so he draws an ugly portrait of her, preventing her from being selected by the Emperor until they meet in person. The painter ends up in exile and plots for Wang to marry the Hun’s warlord as a revenge. The Emperor rejects this, provoking a war which is only averted when Wang sacrifices herself.
Lin Dai, Chao Lei, Hung Por, Wang Yueh Ting, Chang Tsui Yin, Li Yin
A heroic family is double crossed and massacred on the battle field with only two of the brothers surviving the slaughter. One of the brothers (Gordon Liu), escapes to a Shaolin temple where his bloodlust and thirst for vengeance puts him at odds with the monks. When he discovers his sister is captured by the same villains who destroyed his family he leaves the monastery in an attempt to rescue her and avenge what has come upon his family.
Liu Chia-hui, Fu Sheng, LiLy Li, Wang Yu, Mai Tak-lo, Hsiao Hou
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.
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.
For lovers of the Shaw's sumptuous production and martial arts expertise, this action adventure in the "Jackie Chan style" is a special treat. A persecuted waiter turns to a "drunken master" for help when a restaurant customer turns out to be a kung-fu harbinger of doom!
Meng Yuan-wen, Yuan Hua, Wang Sha, Yu Tsui-ling, Wang Lung-wei