Betty Ting plays Susan, a young woman hiding from her father by being a nightclub singer in Japan. Pop singer Chao Ke-jen (Lin Chong) gets permission from his boss to visit Japan, with the condition that he finds the boss's daughter. Boy finds girl, boy falls in love. But will the father approve?
Betty Ting Pei, Jimmy Lin Chung, Chao Hsin-yen, Kao Ling
This wuxia murder mystery film talks about a young girl whose father was ruthlessly murdered during China's early republican era. She has a list of villains who have been plotting against her father and together with her elder brother, the young girl sets out on a journey to hunt down the secret serial killer.
Two orphaned brothers growing up in Kowloon's Walled City - the place where people are forced to live with indecent businesses of sex, gambling and drugs controlled by triads - take very different life paths. Chin works at a cabaret but keeps away from sins, while Kang is drawn to the sleazy underworld. Are their destinies shaped by the “walls”?
A titular gang of misfits come together to protect a patriotic general from a scheming usurper. To this end, the unlikely heroes act as the general’s escorts on a dangerous journey to a distant British consulate, beset by enemies and sinister Japanese interference along the way.
Chen Kuan Tai, Ling Yun, Wang Chung, Frankie Wei, Fan Mei Sheng
The young Chen Chi-chin (Liu Yung) loses heavily to experienced gambler Hu Kuan-ten (Lo Lieh). His father loses at cards and dies of shock. Chen appeals to his uncle who summons seven fellow professional gamblers to carry out vengeance. Much more than a gambling film, this is a thrilling melting pot of martial arts stars, extortion, illicit love, poker-face vengeance, and all sorts of edge-of-your-seat gambling duels. Featuring two of the leading action stars of the era, Chen Kuen-tai and Lo Lieh, in a series of intense poker game standoffs. Famed director of the genre, Wong Jing, also has a guest appearance as one of the Notorious Eight.
Liu Yung, Chen Kuan-tai, Wong Jing, Lo Lieh, Linda Chu
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 traditional lion dance has never looked so good as in Lion VS Lion which captures the most impressive sequences of lion dancing on film. Besides being loaded with enjoyable martial arts chicanery, film historians can revel because it's also the first film that clearly demonstrates the intricacies and differences between the traditional Northern and Southern lion dancing techniques. The Five Venom alumnus and Chang Cheh discovery, Lo Meng, teams up with Liu Chia-liang protege Wang Yu, as they inadvertently turn from vagabond kung-fu school operators into anti-Ching, patriotic fighters.
Wang Yu, Chien Yuen-sheng, Wang Lung-wei, Lo Meng, Yang Pan-pan
A sweet inn-keeper’s daughter is witness to a perverted rape, leading to more danger than most romantic dramas can handle. Can her true love rescue her in time? For this movie, the moonlight serenade is the sound of suspense, leading to more danger than most romantic dramas can handle.
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
Alfred Cheung Kin-ting returns to the screen with this seriocomic look at the clash of cultures which result when a Mainland Chinese peasant brings his family to Hong Kong. Family Light Affair, whose Chinese title literally translates as "City Lights", is the director/writer's warm-hearted memoir of street life back in the early 1980s, featuring an eclectic cast of pop music and kung fu stars who shine in their poignant roles.
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
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.