Chen, a male teacher in an all girls’ high school, is stuck with a baby that isn’t his and must take care of it. As he lives on the school grounds, the baby is a source of constant distraction and worry! Luckily, his class warms to the baby and helps him take care of it while he works his charm on Li Ching, an uptight teacher in the same school.
Li Ching, Ouyang Sha-fei, Chin Wei-ling, Peter Chen Ho
Mongolian emperor Kublai Khan is being assassinated while meeting with the Italian explorer Marco Polo. Marco Polo is appointed to lead the troops for the emperor to wipe out the anti-Mongol rebels. Yet, he is touched by these rebels who are resisting the Mongolian invasion of their homeland. Will Marco Polo stay loyal to the emperor?
This is a coming-of-age tale depicting the lower class Hong Kong troubled youths in the 1960s and the societal issues that they face. Wang Chung is a hotheaded and rebellious teen who is tempted by the dark side, and have to unfortunately pay a huge price for it.
The roguish scamp Zhen and his best friend Chia collects proof of corruption from the officials in this comedy-drama. After a string of blackmailing, they end up in positions of power, but what is to happen next?
The film starts out with two students fighting for their deceased master's sword called the "Green Frost Sword". Han kills the other student, takes the sword and offer it to the king. The wife of the other dead student plots to take revenge, going undercover to retrieve the sword at the first opportunity in this tale of revenge and betrayal.
Li Li-hua, Li Ching, Chiao Chuang, Wu Ma, Chen Hung-lieh
The second film of the trilogy, Gordon Liu plays Zhou Ren Jie, a man who impersonates a monk in order to learn kung fu in Shaolin, and eventually creates his own Shaolin style of ‘scaffolding kung fu”.
The ingenious imperial scholar Liu Yung always embarrasses Emperor Chien Lung with his quick wit and gift of gab. The emperor purposely sets him up to solve the seemingly unsolvable. However, Liu Yung resolves it easily with wit and style and foils the emperor’s plot once again.
The Qing court plots to kill all Shaolin disciples by burning down Shaolin Temple. This sudden fire killed almost everyone except for five disciples. To take revenge on the Qing court, the five of them train hard in different fighting styles to become “The Five Shaolin Masters”.
David Chiang, Ti Lung, Fu Sheng, Chi Kuan Chun, Meng Fei
Yang Gui Fei is the beloved concubine of Emperor Tang Ming Huang, who is so besotted with her that he leaves the running of the country to Prime Minister Yang Guo Zhong, the brother of Yang Gui Fei. The Prime Minister is corrupt and cruel to the army, causing them to revolt and endanger the throne. Yang Gui Fei is also implicated and kills herself.
It's a no-holds-barred battle to the death for possession of the invaluable Purple Sword. Assistant director Wang Po-yi also wrote this entertaining and exciting adventure which could have also been called "The Five Tigers" since there's no doubt that this quintet is the highlight of the action. Huang Tsung-shun is "Fierce Tiger," Hung Liu is "Drunk Tiger," Hsu Erh-niu is "Lame Tiger," award-winning actor Ku Feng is "One-eyed Tiger" and respected director/actor Wu Ma is "Sick Tiger" in a tangle of tussles and thrills.
Chang I, Chen Hung-lieh, Shu Pei-pei, Essie Lin Chia
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!
When Qiao Miao is about to kill the bandit whom he just met, he is attracted by her beauty and they quickly fall in love. The two later discover the blood feud between the owner of the unique weapon - “Twelve Deadly Coins” and the old master who controls the bandit...