Join Mr Funny bone in a series of comic vignettes as he attempts to win the heart of a dashing lady. Along for the ride is his loyal sidekick Mr Big Potato, a stout fellow who is forever getting into silly mishaps. The pair gets involved in plenty of shenanigans and gags!
Inspired by “Drunken Master”, this kung fu comedy features a bumbling martial artist creating a cricket-style fighting arts to fight and defeat the different martial artists who have beaten him before.
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.
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.
Water Clan Chief is severely wounded by a samurai killer shortly before the annual duel at Tai Lake. He sends his brother Bao Yu on a long journey to find an antidote for him. On the way, Bao Yu encounters Little Princess and falls in love with her, not knowing that she is hiding a secret plot…
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.
The last ruler of Tang, Li Yao (Chen Chia-chi) is deposed by Chao Kuang-jun (Wang Jung), the founder of the Sung Dynasty. Unfortunately his actions unleash a new plague - his brother Kuang-yi (Chao Kuo) - on the courts and his people. The marauding Kuang-yi rapes and plunders. As more people get involved, it turns into a bloody battlefield of betrayal. It is up to upright officials like Li Lang (Liu Yung) to put an end to it. But can one man take on the imperial army?
Liu Yung, Liu Hsueh-hua, Lung Tien-hsiang, Chao Kuo
Linda Lin Dai plays both mother and son in this lavish fable about a goddess who falls in love with a mortal scholar (Cheng Pei-pei in her debut role). Over two years in production, it was released on the first anniversary of Linda's tragic suicide.
The young Wong Fei Hung and his friend Wang Yin Lin offend the young master of another rival school and the expert they hire, causing both martial arts schools to fight against each other. This is Director Liu Chia Liang’s masterpiece and one of the top ten highest grossing movies in 1981.
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.
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.
Three young doctors pursue three hard-to-get beauties in this romantic film set in the 70s “a-go-go” era. They have no idea where to start and use Rock-paper-scissor method to match themselves with the girls. The tactics and tricks they use are hilarious and they have to reshuffle their plans when nothing leads to success!
A fearsome swordswoman known as The Jade Raksha appears in the martial arts world and begins killing people whose surname is Yan. A swordsman figures out who she is and asks her why. Apparently a Yan killed her family 18 years ago and she only has vengeance on her mind…
Li Han-hsiang wrote and directed this charming and fascinating comedy, Forbidden Tales Of Two Cities. The two cities in the picture are Macau, where a love quartet is a morally-unsound source for sexual entertainment; and Hong Kong, where a woman enters a gambler’s apartment to find four shackles hanging from his ceiling to aid in kinky activities.