A rich girl Yue Ying, together with her maid Chun Lan, encounter a poor scholar Bian Ji at a fête. Chun Lan realizes Yue Ying is in love with him, but mixes his identity with a bandit due to an old servant’s confusion, threatening the couple’s union. After a series of complications, misunderstandings and mismatches, Chun Lan finally saves the day.
After years in prison, Lu Hu returns home to find himself set up by his ruthless brother Piao, who has taken over the family coal mine business and imprisoned their sister. Hu takes down Piao and saves his sister but their coal mine falls into the hands of a Japanese gang, which Hu and his sister must fight in order to get it back.
The Sword Master passes on his sword to his disciple Lin before he dies. Another disciple Fang also eyes the sword and plots to take it away from Lin, destroying his family and blinding him in the process. Lin finally battles Fang for revenge and vows to reclaim his sword.
A 17-year old schoolgirl marries her 35-year-old teacher. Comedy ensues when they attempt to keep their relationship a secret despite being in the same school. When they discover unwanted suitors going after their other halves, jealousy threatens to expose their marriage any minute!
The story happens in a martial arts world where everyone tries to obtain the "Deer Sword". Lian's wife is wounded in an ambush and his rival Xiao saves her. They escape to Xiao’s home and he treats her poisonous wound. This leads Lian to suspect his wife’s faithfulness and results in several blood-splattering duels with Xiao.
Adapted from the great Chinese classic novel of the same name, the son of renowned Jia family, Bao Yu, is deeply in love with his cousin, Dai Yu. However, his mother disapproves of their relationship and plots to arrange Bao Yu to marry another rich girl, resulting in a tragic ending for the perfect couple.
This film was actually a lively forerunner to the gambling film craze, which eventually swept Asian cinema. Here, it's cardsharp versus cardsharp with a lot more kung-fu action, in a battle of wits and fists to become the king of the casino. The double stings and triple crosses raise in complexity and imagination until what started as an unusual box office risk became a top ten hit of 1976.
Award-winning drama featuring a passionate performance by Lisa Lu, enhanced by sumptuous costumes and sets, produces a powerful, fascinating story. In five thousand years of Chinese history, there was never a more fascinating woman than the dragon lady of the Ching Dynasty, also the Empress Dowager, who was the power behind the throne for the last half of the 19th century. The vast tapestry of palace intrigues is vividly brought to the screen.
Emperor Cheng Te meets country maiden Li Feng on a visit to Southern China. It was love at first sight and the Emperor leaves with a promise that Li Feng would be his empress. When he sends for Li one year later, she was too ill to withstand the arduous journey and arrives just in time to die in the arms of her beloved...
Lin Dai, Chao Lei, Chin Chuan, Yang Chi Ching, Wong Yuen Loong
A dedicated chief constable nicknamed “The Invincible Fist” is chasing after a band of bandits near a village one day and encounters an innocent blind girl. He quickly falls in love with her, but finds out she is the daughter of a vicious bandit. Will he kill the father of his lover?
A bandit became a warlord in northern China by helping Russia fight against Japan. Due to his ignorance and silly behaviour, he is seen as a joke to everyone. The warlord is finally killed by the daughter of a troupe master whom he had killed for no reason, bringing a befitting end to a traitor.
Zhi Ming, who trains at the Northern Shaolin Temple, teams up with Si Ma Yan, who trains at the Southern Shaolin Temple, to avenge both their fathers’ death by assassinating a corrupt magistrate, leading to a series of fierce battles!