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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 1983 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Genres: Comedy, Sci-Fi
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yi Lei
Cherie Chung Cho-hung
Liang Tien
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Chang Kuo-ming
Wen Chuan
Shao Li-chiung
Ou Hua-han
Yuan Chi-chih
Cheng Tan-shui
Director: Chang Kuo-ming
Cinematographer: Chang Kuo-ming
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Fang Pao-hua
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Ching Siu-tung
Tang Te-chiang
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Unusual doesn't even begin to describe Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, a Shaw Brothers science-fiction comedy that makes even the strangest Hong Kong comedies look like stuffy deadpan dramas. Uber-adorable Cherie Chung stars as Li Tien Chen, a silly gold-digging girl who's rumored to be the unluckiest person on Planet Earth. Backing up that rumor are plain facts: she causes a ten-car auto accident, loses out on an engagement to a mega-rich guy, and she gets abducted and impregnated by aliens - and that's just in the first half-hour! She also has to suffer through messed-up suicide pacts, a meteoric rise-and-fall flirtation with superstardom, a spanking with a chicken leg, and a pair of incredibly unattractive private detectives following her around. There's also a Darth Vader clone, a wacky mixed-up lightsaber battle, musical numbers, food fights, werewolves, and probably the kitchen sink, if you look hard enough! Director Alex Cheung and his six screenwriters leave no stone unturned in their quest to find the strangest, most bizarre sources for comedy weirdness this side of Ed Wood. When you see Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, you'll have to agree: they succeeded.

Yi Tien (Yi Lei) is one life’s losers. He yearns to become a famous detective, but his undignified assignments leave him so disillusioned that he plans suicide. About to jump under a train, he encounters Ah Chen (Cherie Chung Cho-hung) who is planning likewise: she claims that she has been molested by a space alien from a flying saucer and has therefore been rejected by her disbelieving fiance. The two narrowly escape death together, while Yi Tien vows he will prove her story and thus make himself famous.
Ah Chen is unable to convince anyone of what she has seen, until one day a certain Dr. Lu confirms her sensational claim and she catapults to fame as a sex-object. A mad scramble for publicity ensues among girls claiming similar experiences.
But the overzealous Yi Tien shatters Ah Chen’s dreams of stardom when he finds the flying saucer episode to be an entirely human hoax. Despite all this, the two end up happily married to each other.


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Clan Feuds 1981 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Chen Szu-chia
Lo Meng
Liu Li-ling
Producer: Mona Fong
Director: Chang Peng-yi
Cinematographer: Chen Yung-chang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Original Story: Ku Lung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Like legendary director Chu Yuan did so often and so successfully, Chang Peng-yi adapted this film from a story by Ku Lung. And like the equally legendary Chang Cheh, he cast the majestic Ti Lung, along with "Venoms" Lo Meng and Sun Chien (not to mention master action actors Ai Fei, Pai Piao, and the "queen of Shaw kung-fu," Lily Li) for a spectacular showcase of mystical "Martial Arts World" intrigue and consummate kung-fu.

The Great Banner Clan Chief’s eldest son is executed by his godbrother Tieh Chung-tang for being in love with rival clan chief’s daughter Leng Ching-shang. His brother Yun Cheng seeks revenge on the Lengs but is captured. Tieh takes Leng Ching-ping hostage and exchanges her for Yun, but the two are intercepted by rivals while fleeing. They are lured to the apparent safety of a temple where they are attacked by another rival, Szutu Hsiao, who pursues Tieh and the badly injured Yun into the wilderness. Tieh diverts Szutu’s attention by faking his own death, allowing Yun to be rescued by Wen Tai-tai. Wen nurses Yun without him realizing she is Szutu’s mistress and also after the clan’s treasure.
Tieh meanwhile encounters Shui Ling-kuang who happens to have the treasure and the clan’s kung fu manual and steals them from her. He subsequently runs into Yun and Wen at and inn where Wen narrowly prevents Yun from attacking him in error.
Shui has followed him to the inn to get the treasure back, but she is captured in Tieh’s absence by a well-to-do local, Chu Tsao. Tieh must win a strip-contest to secure her release, at which point the rivals break in but are beaten off by Tieh with Chu’s help. Chu is asked to escort Shui back to her home, while Tieh set off on Chu’s mother’s instructions to find a certain Jih Hau on Chang Chun Island. However, Jih Hau has long since died; instead, he finds an elderly man there who is expert at kung fu and who turns out to be the Great Banner Clan founder and Tieh’s father. Only then does he learn of his own strange past and the clan feuds.
Tieh returns to the clan. The Lengs are completely crushed and the intrigues of the Cheng clan are explained.


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Coward Bastard 1980 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yuen Hua
Wang Sha
Yu Tsui-ling
Meng Yuan-wen
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Production Manager: Mona Fong


One of the Shaw Brothers' key directors during the studio's golden years, Kuei Chih Hung was a versatile filmmaker who dabbled in a range of genres, like contemporary crime (The Tea House), period action (Killer Constable), and especially horror (Corpse Mania, the Hex series). In 1980, he tried his hand at kung fu comedy with the fabulously titled Coward Bastard, which is produced in the same plucky spirit as Drunken Master. True to the genre, the film is an entertaining mix of comedic slapstick, martial arts acrobatics, and broad life lessons starring the underrated Meng Yuen Man, a former child star who trained at the same school as Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and Yuen Wah.

Titular Coward Bastard Hung (Lam Fai Wong) often makes trouble at So's restaurant, but the equal cowardly So (Wang Sha) is too timid to fight back. Instead he takes out all his anger on his unfortunate young worker, Ah Chat (Meng Yuen Man). Ah Chat discovers by chance that the cook (Yuen Wah) is actually skilled in martial arts, and begins to secretly learn his moves. When Hung comes by to cause trouble again, Ah Chat teaches him a lesson with his newly acquired skills. There's no time to celebrate, however, as Hung soon returns with more brawn, and these won't be fended off so easily.


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Sweet is Revenge 1967 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Li Ching
Angela Yu Chien
Ho Fan
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Cheng Kang
Director: Wu Chia-hsiang
Assistant Director: Sung Hai-ling
Chiang Shao-lin
Cinematographer: Huang Ming
Li Yu-tang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Famed actor Wu Chia-hsiang directed dramas, fantasies, romances, and this jaunty, exciting, swashbuckling tale of a Chinese Robin Hood who fought evil warlords decades ago. Yueh Hua stars -- in one of his earliest films -- as a circus acrobat who becomes "The Masked Robber" to defeat corrupt government officials. Revenge is, indeed, sweet for the protagonists in this lively adventure of fast action, close calls, and clever conceits.

Some 40 years ago when warlords rode rough-shod over the Chinese people, circus acrobat Pao Te-cheng took to the hills and began robbing the rich to help the poor. His daring feats earned him the nickname of “The Masked Robber”. Trying to intercept a large sum of money to be turned over to public security chief Cheng Kuan-hsi, he is nearly caught. Partner Hsiao Chung is jubilant over his safe return. But in the government office, chief detective Ma Pu-yun frantically plots his arrest.
Ma Chien-li, son of the chief detective, devises a clever trap set for Ma Pu-yun’s birthday party. Among the guests is Huang Tan-ping who is engaged to Doctor David Lee. Ma Chien-li proposes to her without knowing this.
Pao Te-cheng sees through the plot and walks off with precious jewels. Chen Shih-te, Ma Pu-yun’s deputy, captures Pao Te-cheng. Seeing Pao Te-cheng wounded and pretending ignorance of his identity, Chen Shih-te takes him to Dr. Lee for treatment. Chen Shih-te reports this to Ma Pu-yun in return for a handsome reward. Pao Te-cheng, after revealing to Dr. Lee and Huang Tan-ping his true name, escapes before Ma-yun arrives. Knowing Ma Chien-li has long desired Tan-ping, Chen Shih-te makes up a tale to frame Dr. Lee who is arrested and tortured to break Tan-ping’s resistance. Tan-ping stands firm but Dr. Lee’s mother commits suicide. Meanwhile, Pao Te-cheng is captured while trying to rescue David Lee from prison. Hsiao Chung impersonates an official and frees both his partner and David. Pao Te-cheng now informs Tan-ping of David’s safety, but has her fool around with Ma Chien-li for the time being.
Afterwards, Pao Te-cheng impersonates a distant uncle of Kung Chueh, the concubine of Cheng Kuan-hsi, and breaks into the home of the security chief. In one swift stroke, Pao Te Ching eliminates the people’s scourge and his cohorts.


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The King With My Face 1967 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Shin Yung-kyoon
Kim Song-ho
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ho Meng-hua
Wang Liu-chao
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Wang Chang-chi
Cinematographer: Lin Kuo-hsiang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Tsao Nien-lung
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Wang Chang-chi
Chen Di-ye


The Shaw Brothers studios adapts Alexandre Dumas' The Man With The Iron Mask to ancient China in the rousing adventure The King with My Face! As in Dumas' classic, a pair of twin brothers is born, and each given wildly separate fates and identities. Korean actor Shin Yung Kyoon plays both brothers, one a debauched and ruthless man who inherits the Emperor's throne, and the other a noble and heroic warrior who fights for the common man. But the Emperor's greed and insecurity is so great that he imprisons his own brother and forces him to wear an iron mask, forever hiding his visage from those who would mistake him for the Emperor. Beautiful starlet Li Jing appears as a princess, and the love interest for both brothers. Shin Yung Kyoon lights up the screen in his dual role, and director Ho Meng Hua easily transposes the opulence of Louis XIV's royal court to the Imperial Palace of ancient China. The King With My Face is an entertaining and exciting adventure told in true Shaw Brothers swashbuckling fashion!

After giving birth to twin boys, the wife of Emperor Chuang of the Chu State names the elder Hsiung Chien, and the younger Hsiung Wei. By law, the eldest son is heir to the throne; but the child Hsiung Chien is lost in the confusion of a rebellion. He is rescued by veteran General Cheng Tien who raises him as a foster son and calls him Cheng An. Ten years later Cheng An is already an accomplished warrior.
Having ascended the throne, Hsiung Wei, now called Emperor Ping, leads a life of debauchery and soon falls victim to his obsequious lackeys.
Elder statesman Tou Po-pi, anxious to gain strong allies, succeeds in persuading Emperor Ping to marry Princess Hui Chi, daughter of the chief of the Marchioness of Tsai. Chi Chiang, a palace maid who has had an affair with the Emperor, learns of the impending wedding and tries desperately to stop it. To placate her, the Emperor promises to build her a palace outside the capital.
On a hunting trip, Cheng An and his friend Chou Yuan witness raping and pillaging by government troops led by Wen Shou, son of Wen Tzu-yuan, notorious adviser to the Emperor. Routed in an ensuing skirmish, Wen Shou reports the case to his father. The description of someone bearing a striking resemblance to Emperor Ping convinces Tzu Yuan that Hsiung Chien is still alive. He orders the arrest of General Cheng Tien, his family, and Cheng An.
As the wedding date approaches, Emperor Ping, fearful of a possible uprising, summons Cheng An to impersonate him to meet the bride. Substitute and bride fall in love at first sight. The jealous Chi Chiang orders all supplies for the bride to be cut off, in a desperate bid to get her out of the country. Infuriated, Princess Hui Chi takes her entourage and leaves secretly.
Informed of her escape, the Emperor again orders Cheng An to intercept the bride while pretending to be him. Cheng An, as the Emperor’s double, dares not reveal the secret between him and the Emperor. Cheng An’s romance is soon brought to the attention of the ruthless Emperor who angrily orders his execution.
The critical situation forces Tou Po-pi to disclose that Cheng An is actually the Emperor’s twin brother. Cheng An’s life is thus spared, but the suspicious Emperor orders an iron mask to be placed over his face to ensure he won’t be mistaken for the Emperor.
Learning of the Emperor’s cruelty, Princess Hui Chi manages to get her fiance drunk and set Cheng An and his friends free. While the Emperor is still intoxicated, the clever Princess has the mask fixed over his face and locks him up in prison where he is rescued by Wen Tzu-yuan.
At the wedding of Cheng An and the Princess, Tou Po-pi, threatened by Wen Tzu-yuan, is again compelled to tell the people the truth.
Cheng An kills Wen Tzu-yuan while the deposed Emperor Ping falls to his death. Cheng Tien is fatally hit by an arrow, before breathing his last, the smiling old man watches Cheng and Princess Hui Chi unite in wedlock.


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Women Of Desire 1974 iNT DVDRip XviD - HanStyle


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Ping
Tina Chin Fei
Maggie Li Lin-lin
Lin Ching
Wong Ping-ping
Elaine Chin Yen-ling
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Lu Chi
Director: Lu Chi


Adulterous couples get a well-deserved slap on the wrist in the erotic comedy Women of Desire! Veteran actor-director Lui Kei assembles a cast of comic actors and sublime beauties, as the scandalous liaisons of a number of Hong Kong residents is put under the Shaw Brothers stage lights! Sexy Chen Ping is married to a creepy husband, who really has his eye on singer Elaine Kam. That's okay with Chen Ping though...she has her own extramarital activities to keep track of! Meanwhile, Kam Fei is married to a cripple (director Lui Kei) and starts her own adulterous affairs, and Woo Fung is a married doctor who falls for the seductive charms of Wong Bing Bing. Can these criss-crossing bunch of unfaithful lovers get away with it? Or will they eventually pay the price for their bed-jumping ways? Women of Desire is an entertaining mixture of stern morality and naughty fun as only the Shaw Brothers could create!

Chin Tsung (Ling Han) is a handsome pop singer from a posh nightclub, and his numerous fans include author Szu Tu-fen (Maggie Li Lin-lin). An affair develops between them but after a while the singer jilts her.
Anna (Chen Ping) is usually able to exercise control over her wealthy husband, Lo Chien-hsing (Wang Jung) but she fails to prevent him from doing smuggling business which he does in cahoots with the female singer, Feng Ling-ling (Elaine Chin Yen-ling). Meanwhile, Anna falls in love with the singer Chin Tsung. She commits suicide after being dropped by him.
Chen Pi-yun (Tina Chin Fei) is the wife of Wang Wen-wei (Lu Chi), an engineer. They have a son, Wang Chih-chiang. One day, a traffic accident cripples the engineer. His wife goes out to work and she comes across Wu Yao-tsu (Frankie Wei Hung), a stock market broker. When they begin to date each other it arouses her son’s suspicion but her husband is still left in the dark. Finally, Pi-yun and Yao-tsu die during love making due to taking the wrong drug.
Socialite Li Lien (Lin Ching) is the wife of Dr. Ou Yang Cheng-kang (Hu Feng). One night, a young woman, Peggy (Wong Ping-ping) pretends to be sick and phones the doctor asking him to come to her home immediately. The wily woman begins to lure the unwary doctor into a trap, which is laid in collaboration with her husband, George Chang. In her bedroom, the doctor is startled by the sudden appearance of George, who accuses him of raping his wife. The matter is settled after he promises to pay George $1/2 million. However, the doctor keeps on seeing Peggy. After repeatedly ignoring her advice to leave Peggy alone, Li Lien leaves her lecherous husband. Once more, George blackmails the doctor demanding $1 million for a peaceful solution to the affair. After paying the money, Peggy leaves the doctor and goes back to George. The doctor is infuriated by her treachery and in a fit of rage confronts George. The two get into a fight and plunge to their deaths when they fall over a cliff.


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Killer Clans 1976 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Ching Li
Tsung Hua
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Yuen Cheung-yan
Production Manager: Chen Lieh


Two rival clans vie for supremacy of the martial arts world in director Chor Yuen's classic Shaw Brothers saga Killer Clans! Zong Hua stars as Meng Sheng Wen, a wandering swordsman hired to kill Sun Yu (Goo Fung), the leader of the Lung Men Society, who is protected by a number of renowned warriors, including Lu Hsiang Chuan (Ngok Wah), a revered master of 72 secret weapons. But Sun Yu is also surrounded by treachery and intrigue, and Meng Sheng Wen may be the least of his worries. The rival Roc Society launches their own assault on the Lung Men Society, and a traitor within Sun Yu's ranks is revealed! Meanwhile, Meng Sheng Wen falls in love with Sun Yu's daughter (Cheng Lee), and his loyalties begin to blur. Will Meng Sheng Wen fulfill his duty, or break his contract and side with the man he was originally supposed to kill? An intricately-plotted martial arts epic, Killer Clans soars thanks to the gorgeous Shaw Brothers production values, and some fantastic martial arts weaponry battles courtesy of action choreographers Tong Gaai and Yuen Cheung Yan! Killer Clans is a classic tale of love and honor told in the inimitable Shaw Brothers style!

“Uncle” Sun Yu (Ku Feng) operates an underworld organization called the Lung Men Society. Among the outstanding fighters working under him are his son, Sun Chien (Wang Chung), a kung fu expert; right-hand man Lu Hsiang-chuan (Yueh Hua), and a mysterious guard named Han Tang (Lo Lieh).
Meanwhile, another underworld group, the Roc Society headed by Wang Hsia, is fast extending, its influence. Their men are wreaking havoc everywhere, killing and raping. Lu Hsiang-chuan is ordered to capture the “Three Tigers”, who are responsible for killing many of Uncle’s men. He is given an audience with the chief, but is trapped and surrounded by his guards. But he succeeds in killing the “Three Tigers” and escapes when helped by someone who secretly works for Uncle.
After a series of unsuccessful operations against the Roc men and the mysterious death of Sun Chien and Han Tang, Uncle suspects Lu to be a traitor, but his doubt is cleared when he tails him and sees him killing many of the Roc Society’s men.
After killing the famous swordsman Li, Meng Sheng-hun (Tsung Hua), a professional killer who works for Kao Lao-ta (Chen Ping), meets Hsiao Tieh (Ching Li), the daughter of Uncle Sun, in the Butterfly Forest. A romance develops between them. He is also ordered to kill Uncle in order to get a high reward. Posing as a layman, Meng offers him his services, and is accepted. Fearing that he might not accomplish his mission due to his attachment to Uncle’s daughter, Kao sends Yeh Hsiang (Ling Yun), who has a romantic past with Hsiao Tieh and whose career has been ruined by her father, to kill him. When Yeh gets killed trying to do so, Meng’s plot is uncovered. But Uncle spares him and retains his services.
Upon confiding in him about the secret of the whole organization, Lu Hsiang-chuan attacks his boss with the Seven-Star darts. After escaping through a special tunnel that his friends told him about, he goes into hiding to heal his wounds.
When asked to pay the reward for killing Uncle, Lu kills Kao.
While he is waiting in his headquarters for the arrival of the Chief of the Roc Society to celebrate the success of their collaboration, Uncle Sun and Meng Sheng-hun suddenly appear. Lu is hurt in an ensuing fight, and tries to seek asylum from his bosom friend Hsia Ching (Tien Ching), but is double-crossed and poisoned.
Meng Sheng-hun is offered the hand of Uncle’s daughter and decides to turn over a new leaf.


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The Amorous Lotus Pan 1964 DVDRip Xvid - WRD


Genres: Huangmei Opera
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Diana Chang Chung-wen
Paul Chang Chung
Pai Yun
Hung Wie
Huang King
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chang Cheh
Director: Chow Sze-loke
Assistant Director: Hu Mei-shang
Mak Kay
Cinematographer: Wu Cho-hua
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Chang Cheh
Pai Ku


This was one of Chow Sze-loke's final movies after a thirty-year career. The script, by future "godfather of the kung-fu film" Chang Cheh, tells the story of a poor but beautiful girl who starts her eventful and erotic road to doom as a maid of a rich man. Diana Chang Chung-wen, comely costar of The Empress Wu, ably plays the girl who becomes the wife of a midget, the mistress of a playboy, a husband murderer, the seductress of her brother-in-law, and, ultimately, his victim as well.

Poor yet beautiful, Lotus Pan is first sold to rich man Chang as a maid. The rich man takes advantage of her innocence. But his wife becomes jealous and gives her away as wife to the town midget, Wu Ta.
While Wu Ta is ugly and deformed, his brother Wu Sung is both handsome and brave. He passes through the town after he has killed a tiger with his bare hands. A hero’s welcome is given him.
Wu Ta invites his brother to his home. Lotus is immediately in love with her brother-in-law. She makes advances which are turned down by the upright hero. Wu Sung, however, decides to move into his own house since he has been made the town police chief.
Playboy Shihmen Ching sees Lotus one day and is enamored. He goes to matchmaker Wang Po for help. The old woman helps him and Lotus is soon his mistress.
Hero Wu Sung is sent to another town on business. Therefore, when Wu Ta hears about the love affair, he has only himself to right the wrong. He goes home one day to surprise the lovers. Shihmen Ching kicks Wu Ta and makes away.
Wu Ta is injured. Lotus carries on her affair with Shihmen. The two soon decide, at Wang Po’s suggestion, Wu Ta should die. Arsenic powder does the work.
Lotus Pan has her husband’s body cremated. The cremator, a good man, saves some evidence of the poisoning for future use.
Wu Sung one night has a dream. He rushes home only to find his brother already dead. Lotus comes out to meet him in her mourning gown. But Wu Sung detects that she is wearing gay dresses inside.
A suspicious Wu Sung starts to make inquiries. The cremator presents him with the evidence of poisoning. A vengeful Wu Sung soon finds out about the part played by playboy Shihmen Ching. He vows for vengeance
Shihmen is drinking with his friends when Wu Sung comes with a knife. Shihmen’s men cannot stop him. Wu Sung finally fights Shihmen and kills him. He cuts off the playboy’s head.
At the Wu Ta house, the neighbors gather to wait for the news. Wu Sung comes and throws down Shihmen’s head. Lotus tremblingly makes a confession and then she is killed by Wu Sung.
The young man surrenders himself and is sentenced to banishment from civilization.


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Bastard Swordsman 1983 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Jung
Liu Hsueh-hua
Alex Man Chi-leung
Hsu Shao-chiang
Liu Yung
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Lu Chun-ku
Chang Kuo-yuan
Director: Lu Chun-ku
Cinematographer: Ma Chin-chiang
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Liu Shao-kuang
Su Chen-kuo
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Ho Chien-sheng
Original Story: Huang Ying
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Action Director: Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Lu Chun-ku


 Actor Lu Chun-ku really hit his stride as a director of mystical kung-fu epics, like Holy Flame Of The Martial World, and this -- truly one of the best of its kind. Hsu Shao-chiang stars as a put-upon illegitimate son of a "Martial Arts World" master, who nearly sacrifices all to learn the "Silkworm Style" -- making him a veritable "Spider-Swordsman"! That's just the pay-off to this eye-filling, mind-bending kung-fu phantasmagorical which elicited cries of joyous disbelief in virtually all the cinemas where it was shown. Featuring a top notch cast including "Venoms" Lo Meng, Sun Chien, and Wang Li, this extravaganza truly warrants the description: "unforgettable."

The Bastard Swordsman isn't a kung fu movie -- well, that may depend on how you define "kung fu." I prefer to distinguish between kung fu and wuxia, and Bastard is a wuxia movie. I fell in love with it instantly. It also greatly influenced John Carpenter's "Big Trouble in Little China."
A little background info: To the best of my knowledge, the legacy of the story started with a 1978 TV series called "Reincarnated." It starred Norman Chu and Nora Miao, and Ching Siu Tung choreographed the action. It was an early effort to feature "new wave" action choreography. This show was so successful that it spawned a sequel immediately, which starred Goo Goon Chung of Shaw Brothers fame (kind of). Anyway, Reincarnated is one of the rare series that didn't adapt from any source. More incredibly, a book was adapted from it.
The Bastard Swordsman came out 5 years after Reincarnated. They have the same Chinese title, which translates into "Transformation of the Heavenly Silkworm." Interesting name indeed. The story is about, well, the transformation of the main character, played by Norman Chu again in Bastard. While the title "Bastard Swordsman" may give off a negative impression, the movie itself is nothing short of deep fascination.
Made in the same year as the revolutionary swordplay extravaganza “Duel to the Death”, Bastard Swordsman in comparison has a much lower budget and the usual Shaw studio atmosphere. Some call is a "sci-fi" film, but in essence it's just normal wuxia style, although people not familiar with "wuxia" may see it differently. Some may call the special effects cheap, but they fully serve the purpose. Although Bastard's production values don't come near that of Duel, it's a far more authentic wuxia movie, made very similar in style to wuxia TV series of the late 80s. This is just the intention of the director, and I would not condemn Duel for not looking like the TV series. But as far as wuxia movies go, NOBODY made them as beautifully as the Shaw Brothers, specifically from director Tony Lu Jun Gu, who also made several of my personal favourites: Secret Service of the Imperial Court (1984), Lady Assassin (1983), and Holy Flame of the Martial World (1983).
No other Shaw Brothers (SB) movie features dashing and good-looking swordplay (as well as hand-to-hand combat) like Bastard Swordsman does. I have watched countless SB movies, and this was the first one to make my jaw drop. Now I have to admit, I am a HUGE fan of wuxia fiction, and this one has it all -- great action, great story, great cast, great characters. This is why I watch Shaw Brothers movies. This is also their greatest entry into the wuxia genre, which nobody does better than SB. (~review by PJ @ http ://www.spcnet.tv)


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Police Force 1973 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Chung
Alexander Fu Sheng
Wang Hsia
Lily Li
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Tsai Yang-ming
Assistant Director: Ho Chih-chiang
Cinematographer: Kuang Han-le
Mai Ho-hsi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung


Director Chang Cheh brings heroic bloodshed to the fast-and-furious modern day in Police Force, a tough cop thriller that marked the debut of one of Shaw Brothers most popular stars, Alexander Fu Sheng! Chung Wong stars as Officer Huang Gao Tung, a determined cop who joined the force to avenge the death of his dear friend Liang Kuan (Alexander Fu). But the road to justice is conflicted, as Huang's thirst for revenge stands opposed to his duties as a righteous enforcer of the law. Can a man reconcile his loyalty to duty with his loyalty for a departed friend?
Using entertaining gunplay and gritty martial arts sequences, Chang Cheh successfully brought the modern police thriller to Hong Kong audiences with Police Force. One of the first major Hong Kong films to depict the Royal Hong Kong Police on such a grand scale, Police Force was produced with the assistance of the real Hong Kong police, who lent their expertise, as well as vehicles and extras to the film. Chang Cheh also didn't neglect his martial arts background, and employed action directors Tong Gaai and Lau Ka Leung to create the brutal fisticuffs. With powerful drama and authentic police action, Police Force hits the bulls-eye!

Liang Kuan (Alexander Fu Sheng) is killed, and his girlfriend Shen Yen (Lily Li) is raped, by Kao Tu and his thugs. This incident shocks and saddens Liang’s friend, Huang Kuo-tung (Wang Chung), into a desire for justice and revenge. He joins the Hong Kong Police Force, and after a period of training, becomes a highly competent and dedicated policeman. His first assignment is to assist in the investigation of Liang Kuan’s death.
Five years passed, during which Huang Kuo-tung gains promotion, and falls in love with Shen Yen gradually.
While investigating a second murder, Huang questions a bar-girl. This makes her boyfriend Sun Chu-chung (Wang Hsia), very apprehensive, as he is a gangster and has had Kao Tu in his employ since the killing of Liang Kuan. Fearing police involvement over Kao’s past crime, Sun Chu-chung orders him killed. But before this can happen, Shen Yen recognizes the killed, Huang arrests him, and also obtains valuable information about Sun Chu-chung’s illegal counterfeit activities from him.
Huang Kuo-tung leads the hunt for the fleeing Sun Chu-chung, and finally manages to capture him and his associates. Huang’s bravery and devotion to duty are recognized by an official commendation, and his personal revenge is satisfied.


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Deadly Knives 1972 DVDRip Xvid - DelinQuent


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ching Li
Ling Yun
Lily Li
Ching Miao
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chung Kuo-heng
Director: Chang Yi-hu
Assistant Director: Ku Chen
Chen Chin-yu
Cinematographer: Wu Cho-hua
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


The 1972 Shaw Brothers kung fu film The Deadly Knives lives up to its name with plenty of body-impaling, flying-knife action. Also known as Fists of Vengeance, the film is helmed by Korean director Chang Yi Hu, who directed a handful of genre-arching films for the Shaw Brothers during the 1960s and 70s including period actioner The Thunderbolt Fist (1972) and supernatural romance Night of the Devil's Bride (1975). The Deadly Knives stars martial artist Ling Yun (Six Assassins, The Iron Buddha), starlet Lily Li (The Wandering Swordsman), and father-daughter duo Ching Miao (Heads for Sale) and Ching Li (Blood Brothers).

Plotting to obtain the Yen family's land, dastardly Japanese plutocrat Omura (Ching Miao) bribes Yen nephew Hsu Chien (Chen Feng Chen) to steal the family seal and land deed. When Hsu Chien is caught in the act, he viciously beats elderly Master Yen to death to cover his actions. Determined to avenge the wrongs committed on his family and his country, young master Yen Tzu Fei (Ling Yun) blazes a knife-throwing path of revenge that leads him to his love Yue Hua's (Ching Li) father, who has corrupt connections with the Japanese.


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Gun Brothers 1968 DVDRip XviD - YLTD


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ling Yun
Chiao Chiao
Shen Yi
Fang Ying
Tien Feng
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Cheng Kang
Director: Cheng Kang
Wu Chia-hsiang
Assistant Director: Sung Hai-ling
Chiang Shao-lin
Cinematographer: Li Yu-tang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Hsiao Huang


Welcome the "Bandit with a Thousand Faces" to the ranks of the great screen "outlaw heroes". Like Zorro, he uses a secret identity as a playboy to foil tyrannical Shan Yung county authorities. Bringing this swashbuckling adventure to the screen is a cast and crew fairly bursting with talent - including directors who were also popular actors and writers, and an actor (Ling Yun) - playing the lead dual role of twin brothers - who was also the director/ writer of some of the greatest martial art epics ever made!

Kwun Yau-tung the “Bandit with a Thousand Faces”, wages a one-man war against the venal and tyrannical authorities in Shan Yang County.
Police officer Ma Tak is suspicious of Yau-tung but dares not arrest him because he is friendly with the County Governor and his daughter, Hou Wan.
Yau-tung masks his real activities by posing in public as a playboy.
One day, Yau-tung holds up a caravan carrying a large sum of money to the county capital. Ma had set an ambush for him but he escapes with a sword wound on his face. Ma issues an order for the arrest of any person with a fresh scar on his face.
Yau-tung is given refuge in the suburbs by his relatives, Chin Yun-feng and his daughter, both revolutionaries masque-rading as acrobats. Ma and his guards search Chin’s house but fail to find Yau-tung.
Seeking to get even with Ma, Yau-tung enlists the help of his twin brother, Yiu-nam. Yiu-nam, posing as his brother, crashes a party hosted by the County Governor. His audacity shames Ma who had earlier boasted that Yau-tung would not dare appear.
Later, Yau-tung lures Ma to the suburbs where he slashes his face. Ma’s guards rush to his aid but, seeing the cut on his face, mistakenly arrest him as the “Bandit with a Thousand Faces”.
Yau-tung learns that the Provincial Government is sending Commissioner Wong to arrest him. He tells his brother to get further information from Hou Wan. Acting on a tip, Ma tracks down Yiu-nam but he manages to reach the house of flower seller Yat Chou-koo. Ma kills the girl’ brother in a fight and arrests Yiu-nam.
The girl informs Yau-tung of the arrest and he plans to rescue his brother from prison. With the help of other rebels, Yau-tung succeeds.
Meanwhile, in the County Governor’s house, Commissioner Wong and Ma celebrate the capture of the man whom they think is the “Bandit with a Thousand Faces”. Yau-tung raids the house and captures the County Governor. Ma and his guards, in attempting to free him, kill him accidentally.
As the battle rages, Ma also is killed by accident. Yau-tung escapes to the suburbs where he joins his colleagues to carry on their struggle against the corrupt government.


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The Daredevils 1979 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Kuo Chue
Chiang Sheng / Chiu Kang-sang
Lu Feng
Sun Chien
Lo Meng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Kuo Chue
Chiang Sheng / Chiu Kang-sang
Lu Feng
Tai Chi-yin
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Chang Cheh (1923-2002) made more than 100 films in his filming career of over 40 years, and established a unique aesthetics of violence and masculinity in Hong Kong action cinema. He worked with Law Mong, Philip Kwok, Sun Chien, Lu Feng, and Jiang Sheng to create the Hong Kong cinema classic The Five Venoms in 1978. Following the film's success, he summoned the five to make another stunning piece The Daredevils. While all five actors made a name in Hong Kong action cinema later on, as actors or action directors, Philip Kwok even went international as a action choreographer for films such as the French movie Brotherhood of The Wolf .
The story of The Daredevils is set in China's early republican era, when bandit-turned-soldier Han (Wang Li) slaughters his boss' family, except Da Ying (Law Mong) who manages to escape and plans for revenge. However, Da Ying also gets killed before he can defeat Han, and his four best friends decide to help him fulfil his last wish...

The scene is set for the early Republic of China. After his father, General Yang Tsung and other members of his family are murdered by bandit Han Pei-tsang (Wang Li), who rebels and proclaims himself the general, Yang Ta-ying. (Lo Meng) comes to see his friend Chen Feng (Chiang Sheng), Who introduces him to his friends Liang Kuo-jen (Kuo Chue), Fu Chuan-yi (Lu Feng) and his ex-classmate Shen Sheng (Sun Chien). All of them are young and excellent martial artists. Together they discuss the means of wreaking vengeance.
Yang goes alone to murder Han, but when his attempt on his life is foiled, he is killed by Han’s guards with a hail of bullets.
Yang’s friends sneak into an Ordinance Depot and steal one machine gun and two small guns. Then with a large sum of money left behind by Yang Ta-ying, Fu and Shen posing as the son of Commander-in-Chief Sun of five provinces and his secretary, visit General Han on his birthday. They bring Chen and Liang posing as their guards.
Using the stolen arms as the bait, they induce Han and his entourage to a godown, and three of them Fu, Liang and Chen use their newly acquired kung fu tactics to fight against them. When the fight reaches a climax, their plot is exposed. Shen who is kept by General Han’s chief of staff as hostage is killed. When the troops arrive at the scene, they have bumped General Han Off. Liang left behind to withstand the troops is killed, while the others, Fu and Chen, manage to flee.


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Crazy Sex 1976 DVDRip XviD - NDRT


Genres: Erotic
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Li
Shirley Yu
Hu Chin
Chen Ping
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Ma Fei
Hsia Tsu-hui
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


 Shaw Brothers super director Li Han-hsiang was particularly masterful in two genres: erotica and classic Chinese tales. He combined these two loves in this two-part examination of lust. The first story features an elderly jeweler's adventures with his unsatisfied wife, a handsome neighbor, and the neighborhood bordello. The second is a more modern tale of sex, lies, and videotape. Variety admiringly commented, "Sex still sells in-between Shaolin monasteries and kung fu odysseys... as this bedroom romp proves."


(1) The Illicit Lovers
Pan Lao-hai (Li Kun) is a middle-aged jeweller, who has married a widow (Hu Chin). He is a suspicious blockhead, who is so afraid that his wife might be unfaithful to him, that he locks her in her house whenever he goes out. He also erects a barbed-wire fence around the house.
A young bachelor, Teng Hsiao-hsien (Kang Kai), who is their neighbour, manages to win the heart of Mrs. Pan. He finds a way to sneak into the house and makes love with her during her husband’s absence.
Pan is unable to satisfy his wife, even though he takes a “sex tonic”. Mrs. Pan and Teng then hatch a plot to deceive him even more. She pretends to be sick, and Teng bribes a female black magician to attend to the “patient” and to claim that she has symptoms of being possessed by the spirit of her former husband. After examining the “patient” the black magician advises her husband not to sleep with her in the same bed. Pan obeys the quack’s orders, for fear of being killed by the spirit. In order to make it doubly safe for him to pursue his own amorous adventure, Teng helps Pan to have a liaison with a prostitute.

(2) The Poison Weed
The Big Brother (Wang Hsia) of a drug syndicate suspects that a glamorous girl, Louise Li, has betrayed him to the police. He therefore orders his followers, Chan Sheng, Yu Jen and Ling Ling (Lily Li) to force Louise to talk. But they can find nothing to incriminate her. In the meantime, Big Brother is captivated by Louise’s charms and, with the assistance of his followers, he succeeds in having sex with her. Several days later, Louise, who shows him a film of their love-making, confronts Big Brother. Louise tells the shocked man that his followers had made the film in order to blackmail him. Unless he pays them $4 million, they threaten to show it to Big Brother’s wife. She had been the wife of the former No. 1 leader of the drug syndicate, currently serving a 30-year term in prison. Before agreeing to marry Big Brother, she had forced him to swear to always stick by her, otherwise he would forfeit any claim to their joint property.
Big Brother reluctantly gives the blackmailers a cheque for $4 million to redeem the film. The cunning blackmailers also trick his wife into putting her signature onto the cheque, because without her signature, the cheque would be invalid.
The climax of the film is reached when Big Brother confronts his wife, as she is not one to take things lying down.


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The Bells of Death 1968 DVDRip XviD - RETRO


Crew & Cast:
Scriptwriter: Chiu Kang-chien
Cinematographer: Pao Hsueh-li
Cast: Ku Feng
Wu Ma
Chin Ping
Chang I
Chao Hsin-yen
Lin Chiao
Producer: Runme Shaw
Director: Yueh Feng
Assistant Director: Min Ta-chun
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


The Bells of Death is a whirlwind story about a man embarking on a life long journey to learn the sword then find and eliminate the three men who killed his family and abducted his sister. Amidst fountains of blood and guts, actor Wu Ma rang true as his bells of glory eventually tolled. He went on to star in 180 movies (including with Jackie Chan and Jet Li) and become one of Hong Kong's premiere, new wave, ghost story film directors.

Brigands Tso Ching Lung, Ying Tien and Yang Kang ransack Wei Fu’s home, abducting his sister and killing everyone else. To mark the tragedy, Wei wears round his neck bells left behind by his mother and sets out to seek his three foes.
Having sharpened his swordsmanship to near perfection, Wei arrives in Chi Erh during the course of his travels. There he meets and routs several ruffians attempting to recapture Hsiang Hsiang, and escaping prostitute. The girl had been forced into the trade by brothel owner Tao Kung Chuan, who slew her father. The sympathetic Wei takes the poor girl to an inn.
Wei later encounters Yang at Tao’s brothel and mortally wounds him. The dying Yang reveals Ying’s whereabouts and Wei disposes of his second enemy easily. Now only Tso remains. Wei overhears four of Tso’s men at an inn discussing plans to release their jailed colleagues. He manages to infiltrate the gang by having himself imprisoned after killing the four men and assisting Tso’s successful jail break.
The bandits hold a celebration at their headquarters. Wei challenges Tso to a duel after beating the other men in a wrestling contest. Tso’s suspicions are further aroused when Wei’s sister Yun, now a concubine of Tso’s, appears on the scene.
Discovering Wei is Yun’s brother come for revenge, Tso seizes the initiative. Tso kills Yun and is himself slain by Wei.
His task accomplished, Wei sets forth for an unknown destination accompanied by Hsiang Hsiang.


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The Jade Raksha 1968 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ku Feng
Cheng Pei-pei
Yang Chi-ching
Tang Ching
Producer: Runme Shaw
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Yeh Shen
Cinematographer: Lin Kuo-hsiang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling


Cheng Pei Pei is known to many Chinese movie fans as the villainous Jade Fox in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon directed by Ang Lee. More avid fans probably also recognize her as the Golden Swallow in King Hu's canonized Come Drink with Me made in 1966, after which Cheng Pei Pei starred as various persistent and pretty martial arts experts in Shaw Brother films. In The Jade Raksha, Cheng Pei Pei is a swordswoman whose sole existence is to revenge on the Yan clan, killing them one by one, for they have once caused the death of her own family member. She uses the name of "Jade Raksha" to carry out her vengeance plan until she meets another swordsman in a little inn...


One after another, members of the Yen family are killed off by the Jade Raksha.
In the course of hunting their foes, Hsu Ying-hao and Leng Chiu-han meet and become friends. The following night, Hsu follows someone who has run swiftly past him. The person turns out to be Leng, who blames Hsu for having interfered in his affairs. The fight to a draw in the ensuing duel. Hsu then discovers that Leng is actually a girl. She admits to being the Jade Raksha and says she is determined to avenge herself on the Yens. Leng falls for Hsu but they’re obliged to part the next day. Hsu returns home and is told that Yen Tien-lung had nursed his ailing mother during his absence. In gratitude, Hsu works as Yen’s chief guard. Attempting to kill Yen, Leng is instead trapped in his home. Hsu, who is increasingly suspicious of Yen, rescues Leng.
One day, Hsu saves a girl named Yin Feng and her blind father from Yen’s servants and takes the two home. On arrival, Hsu’s mother recognises the blind man as Shih Yung-shan, her husband’s killer. But she keeps silent after learning that her son loves Yin Feng. Yen manages to kidnap Yin Feng and Hsu’s mother. He demands that Hsu kill Leng in exchange for their lives. Leng surrenders herself to Yen and the two kidnap victims are freed. Thinking Leng is now at his mercy, Yen reveals that it was he who slaughtered her family and that Shih had never meant to kill Hsu’s father. Leng suddenly breaks her bonds, attacks Yen and kills him. She leaves behind her the ardent lovers Hsu and Yin Feng.


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The Lady Hermit 1968 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Hsia
Lo Lieh
Cheng Pei-pei
Shih Szu
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Yeh I-fang / I Fang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Yeh Shen
Wang Yun-hua
Cinematographer: Li Yu-tang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Ho Meng-hua


Shaw Studios knew a good thing when they teamed their remarkable star Cheng Pei-pei with versatile director Ho Meng-hua. Their collaboration is always considered the best that can be done. Cheng plays master swordswoman Chung Kuei, who is injured in her chivalrous attempts to reform the villainous Black Demon. Hell has no fury like a woman wounded, so she teams with a pretty young sword student and virtuous swordsman to take revenge. Addition to this exciting story, the director and his star made it magic.

While attempting to reform villain Black Demon, swordswoman Chung Kuei is wounded. Now bent on vanquishing the villain, she seeks temporary refuge disguised as a cook in the Wan An protection order.
Young swordswoman Chin Tsui-ping admires Chung and convinces her to take her on as a pupil. Meanwhile Tsui has fallen in love with Wu Chang-chun, Wan An knight.
The three join forces to battle Black Demon gangsters. On one occasion, Black Demon’s men wound Wu, who is rescued by Chung Kuei. Young Chin is jealous of their friendship, and goes off in a huff to tackle Black Demon all by herself.
Chin, who is no match for Black Demon, is saved in the nick of time by Chung and Wu. Chung Kuei finally kills Black Demon and then goes off, leaving Wu and Chin together.


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New Tales of the Flying Fox 1984 DVDRip XviD - YO!


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Szu-chia
Hui Ying-hung
Alex Man Chi-leung
Felix Wong Yat-wa
Ku Kwun-chung
Tai Pei-ling / Tai Liang-chun
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Wong Jing
Director: Liu Shih-yu
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Liu Shao-kuang
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Teng Kuang-hsien
Martial Arts Instructor: Lo Chiang
Original Story: Chin Yung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Wang Tien-lin


Shaw Brothers stars meet TVB actors in New Tales of the Flying Fox, an early-eighties Shaw Brothers film starring popular TV actor Felix Wong and Shaw Brothers kung fu princess Kara Wai Ying Hung! Top marital arts masters Wu Yi Dao (Leung Ka Yan) and Miao Ren Feng (Alex Man) compete to determine the who is the superior martial artist, but their duel is ruined by the treachery of Miao's brother, who's in secret agreement with the Ching government. Yi Dao is killed, and his son, "Flying Fox" Wu Fei (Felix Wong) is raised as a potential tool of revenge on Miao. But their eventual duel is postponed when the treachery of Yi Dao's brother is revealed. Ultimately, Wu Fei joins forces with Miao and a variety of other heroes (including Kara Wai Ying Hung) to take down his father's true killer! Spectacular wire-assisted martial arts mayhem makes New Tales of the Flying Fox a standout Shaw Brothers film of the early eighties! Based on a novel by Chin Yung.

A series of duels between Kiangnan Swordsman Hu Yi-tao (Liang Chia-jen) and Miao Jen-feng (Alex Man Chi-leung), two anti-Ching leaders – provoked by Miao’s pro-Ching godbrother Tien Kuei-nung (Ku Kwun-chung) – come to a draw. But finally, Hu is accidentally killed by Miao with a blade secretly poisoned by Tien. Hu’s wife (Yuan Chiu) commits suicide, while the baby boy who survives her is rescued by a waiter Ping Ah-szu (Lin Hui-huang).
Years later, the Fox, Hu’s son Hu Fei (Felix Wong Yat-wa), who has mastered the swordplay, learns of the past and seeks vengeance. One night, he perchance rescues a middle-aged couple, who happen to be Tien and his adulteress Nan Lan (Chen Szu-chia), Miao’s wife, from the pursuit of Miao. Tien later kills Ah-szu, and frames Miao for the murder.
On his way to pursue Miao, Hu Fei comes upon a girl Yuan Tzu-yi (Hui Ying-hung) who is trying to help stop leaders of all clans from attending a martial arts tournament arranged and designed by Ching’s Fu Kang-an (Tang Chen-tsung) to eliminate them all.
Miao is blinded by Ching’s lackey and attached by their men when Hu and Yuan come to his rescue. Impressed by his righteous revolutionary cause, Hu agrees to try to find an antidote for Miao, his imaginary enemy, before taking vengeance on him, and succeeds in seeking the help of Cheng Ling-su (Tai Pei-ling), the pupil of the late pharmacist, to bring back Miao’s eyesight. Cheng also treats many of the anti-Ching leaders trapped and poisoned at Fu’s martial arts tournament. To rescue Yuan, Hu is mortally wounded, but Cheng sacrifices her own life to revive him. Driven by grief, Yuan becomes a nun.
A duel between Hu and Miao at Hu’s late father’s grave becomes inevitable. In the course of the fight, Tien leads his men to assault them. Stung by a prick of conscience, Nan exposes her lover’s plot. Hu and Miao combine to fight Tien to avenge an old wrong.


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Dreams Of Eroticism 1977 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Dreams.Of.Eroticism.1977.DVDRip.x264.AAC-fÆRiE

Hung Lau Chun Mung
Hongkong, 1977


Running Time
1'24 h

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Language: cantonese

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Format: SRT
Language: english

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CRC
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Summary
Experience the majesty of Dreams of Eroticism, a sensual 1970s era Shaw Brothers production that took an entire team of Shaw cinematographers, writers, and directors to bring to the big screen! Released back in 1977, this highly erotic tale centers on the residents of the Rong mansion and the sexual secrets that hide behind its closed doors!

The film kicks off when a man accidentally discovers a sexually suggestive pouch while exercising in the yard. Meanwhile, the servants and the maids are in a state of panic inside the house. It seems that the powerful Lady Concubine Xifeng (Shirley Yu Sha Li, from Crazy Sex and The Call Girls) has commanded that all the rooms in the Rong mansion be searched, especially the servants' quarters. And it is during this investigation that several surprising objects turn up in each of the maid's bedrooms. When a pair of men's shoes and a love letter are found in one room, the maid responsible is tortured until she finally agrees to tell her forbidden tale of love and sexual desire! And so begins one of the four stories that make up Dreams of Eroticism, a titillating film anthology in which the private sexual escapades of servants, concubines, and even royalty are explored in every sensual detail! Together, these four tales weave together a narrative full of sex, lies, and even death! Featuring acting performances from Si Wai (The Sexy Killer), Tin Ching (Mad Mad Mad Sword), Jennifer Lau Nga Ying, Goo Kwoon Ching (Descendant of the Sun), and Yu Yung, Dreams of Eroticism is a truly gorgeous film, full of elaborate costuming and set design. Without a doubt, it's a definite classic of the genre! (Yesasia.com)

Crew & Cast:
Cast: Tien Ching, Ku Kwun-chung, Shirley Yu, Antonio Ho / Sze Wei,
Jennifer Liu Ya-ying, Yu Yung
Scriptwriter: Shaws Scenario & Direction Group
Director: Shaws Scenario & Direction Group
Cinematographer: Shaws Cinematography Group
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen, Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong, Chang Li-chu, Chua Lam

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Emperor Chien Lung 1976 DVDRip XviD - YYddr


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Liu Yung
Lin Feng
Chiang Yang
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Director: Wang Feng
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong


Ching Emperor, Chien Lung (Liu Yung), decides to tour South China disguised as a merchant called Kao Tien-szu. One day he meets a fortune-teller who predicts that he will be sent to jail shortly. However, the emperor does not believe him. Upon his arrival in a city, he sees a court inspector eating and not paying for the food at a cooked food stall owned by Chen Szu. The emperor also tries to eat there without paying, but the angry Chen Szu stops him rudely, demanding payment. The emperor then writes an I.O.U. and tells Chen Szu to go to the court to have it honoured. The court inspector is em-barrassed to see Chen Szu in the court premises, thinking that he has come to complain about him to the magistrate. The court inspector therefore works it so that Chen Szu is punished by receiving 30 strokes of the cane. The emperor tries to help Chen Szu, but both are seized and imprisoned. The emperor begins to realise that the words of the fortune-teller were correct. Finally he informs the district governor, who accordingly intervenes and orders their release; Chen Szu also causes the district magistrate and the court inspector to be given corporal punishment, in retribution.

Next the emperor rescues a youngster, Ohou Jih-ching (Wang Yu) from the clutches of some gamblers, but the naughty youngster repays his kindness by playing pranks on him. The emperor impresses Chou Jih-ching with his kung fu skill, and the boy becomes his foster son, as a token of respect for the royal martial artist. Later, the tricky Chou Jih-ching fools the gamblers and a greedy pawnshop owner, causing them to unwittingly lose money to him. Again, Emperor Chien Lung and Chou Jih-ching expose and punish a corrupt county official and some bogus black magicians, who have preyed on the poor. Finally the resourceful and clever emperor, together with the quick-witted Chou Jih-ching, teach a proud and over-bearing local VIP a lesson which he would never forget. In the beginning they are disgusted with his show of pomp and power in a brothel as well as on the street. The errperor devises a plan to insult the VIP in front of the prostitutes, and the desperate VIP completes his own defeat by giving his pretty wife to the emperor by mistake.


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King Boxer 1972 TripleAudio DVDRip XviD - DelinQuent
a.k.a. Five Fingers Of Death


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Wang Ping
Wang Chin-feng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Kiang Yang
Director: Cheng Chang-ho
Assistant Director: Chang Ching-po
Shen Wei-chun
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Fan Kung-jung
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Martial Arts Instructor: Chen Chuan
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing
Song Composer: Wu Ta-chiang


Veteran boxer, Sung Wu-yang (Ku Wen-tsung) is beaten up by Wan Hung-chieh (Chan Shen), and saved by his daughter, Ying-ying (Wang Ping) and a disciple, Chao Chih-hao (Lo Lieh). Later, the old boxer advises Chao to improve his fighting technique at the Shang Wu Institute in order to capture the All China Boxing Trophy.
On the way, Chao rescues a girl, Yen Chu-hung (Wang Chin-feng), from Wan Hung-chieh and his thugs. At the institute, Chao discovers that the manager, Meng Tung-shan, his son, Meng Tien-hsiung, and a thug, Chen Lang, scorn Sung Wu-yang and the institute’s coach, Sun Hsin-pei, and are bullying the locals. Chen Lang (Chin Chi-chu) becomes Chao’s bitter enemy, and the latter leaves the institute to further his training with Sun Hsin-pei in order to oppose Wan Hung-chieh, Chen Lang, Meng Tung-shan and his son.
When a jealous former classmate, Han Lung, injures Chao’s hands in a fight, Yen Chu-hung rescues him and they fall in love. Soon, though not fully recovered, Chao is picked to fight in the great tournament. The same evening, old Sung Wu-yang dies. Meng Tung-shan now finds little use for Han Lung and has his eyes gouged out.
After Chao wins the trophy, the blind Han Lung kills Meng Tung-shan and his son, and gains Yen Chu-hung’s love. Chao and Sung Ying-ying set off together for home.


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The Weird Man 1983 DVDRip XviD INT - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Cheng Tien-chi
Chao Kuo
Liu Yu-po
Huang Min-yi
Wang Li
Producer: Mona Fong
Director: Chang Cheh
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Cheng Tien-chi
Chu Ke
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


The Weird Man is popular director Chang Cheh's bizarre screen adaptation of the famous Chinese literary classic Romance Of The Three Kingdoms. Chang is famous for his lone swordsman and hero films, and freakily, The Weird Man is no exception. The film's star Cheng Tien-chi playing a righteous, beheaded priest with supernatural powers that returns from the dead to wreak havoc against one of the corrupt kingdoms, making Cheng a heroic "swords-ghost." It's insane sanity to the max.

In the latter part of Han, the Empire is divided into three kingdoms. Emperor Wu of Wei, Tsao Tsao, is effectively in power, while a young warrior, Sun Tse nicknamed The Little Conqueror, succeeds his father as the State ruler and captures Chiangtung.
Sun and his favourite general Chou Yu marry two local beautiful sisters Ta Chiao and Hsiao Chiao. Sun’s aide Hsu Kung fails to woo Hsiao Chiao and conspires with Tsao Tsao, suggesting that he also lure his master to join them. Sun refuses, and instead allies himself with Tsao Tsao’s strong rival Yuan Shao, whereupon Tsao Tsao arranges with Hsu Kung to murder Sun. They only succeed in heavily wounding him.
A priest with supernatural powers, Yu Chi, performs miracles and is idolized by the masses. Sun orders him to pray for rain, and although Yu does bring the rain, Sun has him beheaded.
Yu lives on. His spirit leaves his body in human form to wreak havoc among Sun’s henchmen. But his spirit must always return to his body at a fixed time through the help of his pupils. When Hsu learns of this, he attempts with Sun to destroy Yu’s body. But Yu uses his powers of materialization to kill Sun’s men and to make Hsu expose his own plot against Sun. Finally he brings Hsu to his death at the hands of Chou Yu, and Sun succumbs to his earlier wound.


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The Emperor and the Minister 1982 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Genres: Period Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ku Feng
Li Kun
Hui Ying-hung
Liu Yung
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Respected veteran director Li Han-hsiang capped this, one of his best years as a filmmaker, with this fascinating period drama of royal intrigue. Li Kun plays the ingenious Lord Liu, whose intelligence was envied by the Emperor himself, enacted by Liu Yung. Both actors were two of Bruce Lee's favorite co-stars. Serving as a welcome co-star herself is My Young Auntie, Hui Ying-hung, showing once again why she was a favorite of both legendary directors Chang Cheh and Liu Chia-liang.


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The Crimson Charm 1971 DVDRip XviD - ACF


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ivy Ling Po
Ku Feng
Shih Szu
Chang I
Wang Ching-ho
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Huang Feng
Director: Huang Feng
Assistant Director: Wu Shih
Ku Chen
Cinematographer: Li Yu-tang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Huang Feng both writes and directs this "Martial Arts World" thriller of a noble swordsman and a one-armed swordswoman up against the vicious Crimson Charm gang of thieves and cutthroats. The lovely and lethal Ivy Ling Po teams with the amazing Chang I (famous for his powerful presence in The Thundering Sword and The Silent Swordsman) for a classic tale of good versus evil in which the best man -- and one-armed woman -- wins.

In attempting to rescue some innocent people, swordsman Chiang Tzu-chao slays the son of Tsao Kang, leader of the ruthless Crimson Charm gang. The enraged father promises vengeance on the day of Chiang’s 60th birthday.
On the fateful day, Chiang purposely drives away his pupil Han Yu, whose parents have been killed by the Crimson Charm gang, in an effort to save his life. When the gang does arrive, Chiang is killed and his daughter Shang-ching is seriously wounded. All of Chiang’s other students are slaughtered, with the exception of Yu Fang-fang, who loses her arm in the battle.
Meanwhile, Han has been training with a skillful knight who teaches him great martial techniques. Three years pass. Yu, who learns that Shang-ching has since died, is even more eager for revenge. She and Han team up to kill Tsao Kang and his entire gang.


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The Flying Dagger 1969 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Cheng Pei-pei
Yang Chi-ching
Cheng Lei
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Huang Yuan-sheng
Hsiung Ting-wu
Cinematographer: Yuan Tseng-shan
Kuang Han-le
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Fang Yuan


"Godfather of the kung-fu film" Chang Cheh, is famous for introducing the revolutionary concept of "yanggang" (macho) martial arts movies. Until then, female stars (often in male swordsmen roles) ruled the screens. So collaboration between him and swordswoman supreme Cheng Pei-pei (now famous for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) is exceptional indeed. Although extremely attractive when she only played heroes, Cheng could hold her own with any man, freeing Chang to create the best of all possible martial arts worlds.

A vengeful Chiao Lei wounds skilled swordsman Yu Yuan with one of his famed flying knives but Yu escapes with son Yu Ming, daughter Yu Ying and students Hsia Chung Tien, Choh Wen Hsiung and Liang Chung Han. Yu Ying had earlier killed Chiao’s son for raping a girl. They spend the night at Sung Chin Kang’s place. Shortly after setting out the next morning they come across Chiao and his men. Unable to find Yu, Chiao plans to kill all of Sung’s family and household but Yang Ching, an expert with daggers, confronts Chiao. No clash ensues but Yang leaves with a promise to fight Chiao another day.
Yu later seeks refuge at the tavern owned by his old friend Fan Kun. Fan treats his wounds and hides him. Meanwhile, Chiao is attacked by enemies but Yang saves him by throwing him two daggers. Fearing that Chiao may send killers to assassinate his only son Ming, Yu sends Choh and Liang to escort Ming to his brother-in-law Liao Chieh’s manor. The party is ambushed en route by Chiao’s men, Liang is killed and Ming imprisoned.
Choh is wounded but succeeds in reaching Yu who entreats Yang to rescue Ming. He frees Ming but is impaled by Chiao’s flying daggers. Fan and Ying go to save him and Yang is taken to Liu’s manor by Ying. Fan returns to the tavern where Chiao is waiting for him. Chiao keeps Fan hostage and challenges Yu to a duel, threatening to kill Fan if he doesn’t show up.
Yu and Yang have by now recovered and the day of the duel arrives. During the fierce clash, Chiao is about to dispatch Yu when Yang comes to his rescue and kills Chiao after first impaling him. Yang then rides off with Ying’s promise to wait for him.


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A Deadly Secret 1980 DVDRip XviD - CH


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Pai Piao
Shih Szu
Liu Li-ling
Wu Yuan-chin
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Mou Tun-fei
Cinematographer: Lo Yun-cheng
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsu Hsia
Chen Ti-ke
Original Story: Chin Yung
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Highly controversial filmmaker Mou Tun-Fei, the director of the gory cult classic Man Behind the Sun (1988) and its unflinchingly brutal sequel Black Sun (1995), stepped into the director's chair for the first time in 1980 with A Deadly Secret, a relentless thriller full of exciting martial arts and harrowing cruelty! Veteran Shaw Brothers actor Yueh Hua (Monkey Goes West, The Twelve Gold Medallions, and Come Drink With Me) stars as a villainous government official obsessed with discovering the secret location of a long-hidden treasure. In fact, this madman is so committed to this aim that he actually buries his own daughter alive to prove it! This unthinkably horrible decision ends up sparking a stunning chain reaction, one that will have devastating consequences for all caught in the magistrate's frenzied path! And be sure not to miss A Deadly Secret's pulse-pounding, highly ironic conclusion sure to make this film stand out from the rest of the pack!
Featuring appearances by Shih Szu (Heroes of Sung), Jason Pai Piao (The Emperor and His Brother), Liu Li Ling (Holy Flame of the Martial World), Wu Yuan Chin(Five Superfighters), and Dick Wei (Project A), A Deadly Secret is an extreme martial arts film about the dangers of deception, greed, and harrowing sadism! In a more mainstream precursor to the infamous films that would follow, director Mou Tun Fei delivers a decidedly different kind of Shaw Brothers motion picture.

Magistrate Ling Tui-szu ( Yueh Hua ) jails and tortures Ting Tien ( Pai Piao ), the lover of his only daughter Shuang Hua ( Shih Szu ), in an attempt to extract information from him on a fortune. When all his efforts fail, he forces his daughter into a coffin and buries her alive.
Ti Yun ( Wu Yuan-chin ), framed by his master Wan Chen-shan ( Tsao Ta-hua ) and put into the same cell as Ting’s, is rescued by Ting from his suicide attempt. The two become close friends. Ting tells him of his past and teaches him a sophisticated kung fu technique he acquired himself in jail.
When ting is poisoned and dying, Ti fights off all attempts to get Ting’s secret. After Ting’s death, he carries his body to the grave of Shuang Hua to bury him with her in accordance with their wishes. But when her coffin is opened, the clue to the hidden treasure is revealed and sparks off a frenzy of greed and destruction.


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Sinful Confession 1974 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Genres: Erotic, Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Michael Hui Kwun-man
Paul Chang Chung
Hu Chin
Pai Hsiao-man
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Wang Tao
Erh Feng
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


Arguably the funniest of the four famous Hui brothers, Michael has a tour-de-force vehicle in this naughty little comedy playing four different characters, each one in a compromising situation. And the laughs do come big and hearty as Hui bounces his cheeky humour off a terrific large supporting cast including the sophisticated Hu-chin and the lovely Pai Hsiao-man. Keeping the Benny Hill-style hi-jinks afloat is stalwart Shaw director Li han-hsiang who manages to switch flawlessly between these cheeky flings and his period epics.


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Boxer From The Temple 1979 DVDrip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Sha
Wu Yuan-chin
Lin Hui-huang
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: John Lo Mar
Cinematographer: Chen Szu-chien
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Fang Pao-hua
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Chang Yu
Hsu Hsia
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Complex plots? This director didn't want them. Expensive, famous stars? Didn't need them. Glorious sets and costumes? He could take them or leave them. With his choreographer Hsu Hsia, John Lo Mar liked making lean, mean, fighting movies, and fans rejoiced. Here Wu Yuan-chin stars as "the Kid," a monk whose education in the aptly named "Crazy Lo Han Fist" finds him battling a cruel bandit's son and befriending an abused prostitute. From then on, it's one fight after another in another John Lo Mar martial arts marvel.

A reckless kid (Wu Yuan-chin) is brought up in a temple and destined to be a buddhist monk although apparently unsuited for such a calling.
There he learns a unique martial arts technique known as Crazy Lo Han Fist, and is temporarily sent away from the temple by his master to perfect his skills.
The kid runs up against a bandit's son Wang Kuan (Lin Hui-huang), a cruel man who persecutes the local villagers, He assists an upright local youth called Chan Hei in overcoming Wang, and Chan Hei becomes the kid's disciple out of gratitude.
The good deeds of the kid and Chan Hei are recognised by the village elder, who helps them to set up a restaurant. The Kid marries Lady San (Huang Wei-wei), a prostitute he has rescued from Wang's clutches. Wang soon tries to get her back, but after several unsuccessful attempts finally murders her.
The kid now seeks his revenge, and with his new mastery of the Crazy Lo Han Fist defeats Wang and his ruffians. Eventually, his destiny brings him back to the temple where he at last becomes a true buddhist monk.


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Bamboo House of Dolls 1973 DVDRip XviD - Smokey888


Genres: Erotic, Exploitation
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Hsia
Lo Lieh
Terry Liu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Assistant Director: Cheng Chi
Kuo Chih-hsiung
Cinematographer: Yu Chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Lu Tsun


Hong Kong exploitation doesn't get more legendary than The Bamboo House of Dolls, a notorious grindhouse flick with more sex, nudity, and brutal sadism than any fan could possibly want and/or need! The Japanese have invaded China, and are rounding up all the women into a camp, where they are required to wear fetching blue uniforms with short skirts and frequently visible panties. The evil officers are also into making the inmates their sex slaves, a pastime that isn't confined to just the male officers! The female security head also enjoys a little playtime with the prisoners, and has a particular fondness for willowy white girls. A mixed band of prisoners decides they want out, and are after a hidden cache of gold for Chinese rebels. They conspire to escape, and even get the help of a translator (Shaw Brothers favorite Law Lit) who's supposed to be working for the Japanese. A lurid mix of catfights, shower scenes, and over-the-top action sequences, The Bamboo House of Dolls is a surefire winner for fans of "Women in Prison" films, as well as curious cinemaphiles who just want to see what the fuss is all about!

In the final stages of World War II, the Japanese troops in South West China rob gold from Chinese banks with the intention of shipping it to Japan. They also capture a number of young women, and imprison them in a concentration camp where they can rape these helpless prisoners. Among the prisoners are Hung Yu-lan (Li Hai-shu), Hu Li-chu (Kao Shang-mei), Huang Hsia (Lo Hsia-ying) and three American Red Cross nurses, namely, Jennifer (Birte Tove), Elizabeth (Niki Wane), and Mary (Ruskha Rozen). Chang, the camp cook, is actually a Chinese agent planted in the camp to help Hu Li-chu escape. Hu Li-chu is the wife of a Chinese army officer who recovered the stolen gold when he led his men in ambush against the Japanese. All his comrades were killed but before he himself died, he managed to hide the gold and reveal it’s hiding place to his wife. However, Hu Li-chu suffers partial amnesia as a result of the brutal treatment by Japanese soldiers at time of her capture. She can only remember “White Cloud Hill”.
Hu Li-chu refuses to make an escape bid without Jennifer and the other four girls. Chang agrees and, at midnight, he cuts off the electricity, plunging the camp into darkness, so that the girls can climb through the electric barbed wire fence. But the Japanese have been alerted by an informer, and Chang is killed, and the girls recaptured.
Tsui Kuo-tung (Lo Lieh) works as an interpreter for the Japanese Camp Commandant, before Chang died he told Jennifer to contact Tsui who was also a Chinese agent. Jennifer and Tsui fall in love and secretly engineer a second escape bid. They are successful but Mary is shot in the attempt; and the Japanese are hot on the trail marked by the informer. The escapees head for White Cloud Hill where they hope to find the gold and return it to the Chinese Government. Who is the traitor in their midst, and will she be discovered before it’s too late?


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Duel for Gold 1971 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ivy Ling Po
Tsung Hua
Lo Lieh
Chin Han
Wang Ping
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chu Yuan
Assistant Director: Chang Chih-pei
Ku Chen
Cinematographer: Wu Cho-hua
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsu Erh-niu


Soon-to-be legendary director Chu Yuan had just joined the Shaw Brothers when he helmed this thriller of bickering bandits. Audiences loved watching three pairs of cunning male and female crooks trying to steal a million gold taels from the Fu Lai Treasury House … not knowing that one of them is actually an undercover hero. Even without him, there’s no honor amongst thieves, so the double-crosses and deadly duels come fast and furious, all choreographed by Hsu Erh-niu.

At this time the Fu Lai Treasury House stocks about a million gold taels (Chinese ounces). This is a big attraction for robbers. Two showgirl sisters, Yu-yen and Yu-ying, stage a mock fight near the treasury house and scheme to gain their entry. Robbers Teng Chi-ying and Wen Li-hsien have the same plans, but Wen Li-hisen backs down, and Teng invites the sisters, a Mr. & Mrs. Meng Lung and Mr. & Mrs. Hua Tien-erh to join him. But Meng Lung has his own plans, and enlists the help of the two sisters to lure Wen Li-hsien away. They go to the treasury house and overpower Wen Li-hsien, and with Meng Lung, make off with the loot. All this is discovered by Teng Chi-ying. He finds the empty treasure house surrounded by government guards and realizes that Wen Li-hsien has falsely accused him of the crime. Meanwhile, Meng Lung with his gang and the loot hide in the town. They fight among themselves. Later Wen Li-hsien and Yu-ying take the money and flee. They are followed and attacked by Teng Chi-ying, who in
jures Wen Li-hsien and kills Yu-ying. But Teng Chi-ying gets careless, and is himself killed. The wounded Wen-Li-hsien returns the gold to the treasury house, and Yu-yen realizes that he is no robber, but in fact a member of the Lawkeeper’s office, employed by them to solve the robbery at the Fu Lai Treasury House.


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The Kid With A Tattoo 1980 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Ku Feng
Wang Lung-wei
Yuen Hua
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Sun Chung
Cinematographer: Lan Nei-tsai
Tsao An-shun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Members of the team behind The Kid With A Tattoo has each made a name with his own expertise. Director Sun Chung was one of Shaw Brothers' most productive directors. Screenplay writer Ni Kuang's ability to tell captivating stories has been proved by his many scripts for the Shaw Brothers and his hugely popular sci-fi novels. Tang Chia was also one of the best-known action choreographers during the hay-day of the Shaw Brothers studio.
Actor Wang Yu, famous for his swordsman roles in Shaw Brothers films, plays Li in The Kid With A Tattoo. He witnesses how the villain Fei, played by Yuen Wah (who starred in Kung Fu Hustle two decades later), kills his martial arts teacher. Though he succeeds in escaping from the scenario, Fei already sees his eagle tattoo on the chest. A vigorous fight between the two seems inevitable...

Chen Ying Kan (Yuan Pin) disguises himself as a beggar to carry out the secret investigation of a large drug and ammunition smuggling ring. Li Pao Tung (Wang Yu), son of a cotton quilt merchant, feeds the beggar and tries to learn kung fu from him without realising his true identity.
But his identity is discovered by the local transportation boss Ho Yao (Chan Shen). In order to conceal his own part in the smuggling operation, Ho orders his nephew Ho Chang Sheng (Wang Lung-wei) to hire Lin Fei (Yuen Hua) to have Chen killed. As he is about to die, Chen learns that the chief smuggler is known as “The Dagger in Cotton”, and Li who is eavesdropping assumes that the name refers to his own father.
The criminals now pursue Li, but can only recognise him by his tattoo. While trying to avoid them, Li tries to find out about his father and protect him at the same time. In the meantime, Police Captain Fang’s own investigation is led by Chen’s death to Ho’s transportation company. Li reveals himself and by good luck helps overcome Lin and the gang. And discovers at the same time that it’s not his father who is the villain after all.


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The Bloody Escape 1975 DVDRip XviD - YYddr


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Kuan-tai
Frankie Wei Hung
Shih Szu
Chen Wo-fu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Director: Sun Chung
Assistant Director: Shao Hao
Cinematographer: Sung Chiao
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


The great Sun Chung, lauded for his versatility and artistry, here directs one of his first martial arts epics (after having established his reputation in comedy and modern-day crime thrillers). He teams with real-life kung-fu champion Chen Kuan-tai and martial arts choreographer Liu Chia-yung (brother of the preeminent kung-fu film master Liu Chia-liang) to tell the tale of a bandit with a conscience who takes on the entire Wolfs’ Head gang for the love of a good woman.

Ku Hui (Chen Kuan-tai) a skilled Kung Fu artiste, has been brought up in the Wolf Heads Bandits Camp, a gang of bandits whose rules have always been, no killing, no raping, and only take half the loot. When the old leader dies, the power and authority pass on to Tu Chien-chiang, and his henchmen. Their brutal and murderous deeds greatly antagonize Ku Hui, resulting in unpleasant clashes between him and this rising generation of cruel young highwaymen.
At that time, a young woman, Tang Li (Shih Szu), and her parents, are on their way to meet Tang Li’s fiance, when they are abducted by the bandits. The parents are murdered and Tang Li is held captive at the Wolf Heads Camp. One night, while the bandits are drinking and merrymaking, Ku Hui seizes the opportunity to escape with the girl.
When the escapees reach a village, Ku Hui gives Tang Li some money and the two part company. Later, Ku Hui arrives at a small town, where he asks a cobbler, Old Pa Chung (Yang Chi-ching) for shelter. Old Pa who is a former bandit understands Ku Hui’s plight and allows Ku Hui to stay and work with him.
One day, Ku Hui is recognized by one of his old bandit comrades, who tries to persuade him to set up a new bandit gang on his own. But, Old Pa rebukes the bandit, who subsequently flies into a rage, and kills the old man. Ku Hui retaliates, and floors the murderer. He then flees from the scene to live the life of a fugitive.
After much hardship Ku Hui reaches a town where he gets a low menial job in a casino.
Meanwhile, Tang Li’s fiance Chang Chin (Frankie Wei Hung), a Government Officer is sent to this very district to round up the bandits. Tang Li had told him about Ku Hui’s chivalry, and Chang Chin hoped to get his co-operation in tracking down the bandits. Tang Li, herself, finally tracks down Ku Hui and urges him to come out in the open and face the bandits.
Ku Hui encouraged by the words of Tang Li, goes singlehanded to the Wolf Heads Camp, where he asks the bandits to follow him and mend their ways. However, the ringleaders, Tu Chien-chiang and Han Hei-tzu resist Ku Hui, and the bandit turncoats who are aided by more militiamen. The bandit ringleaders, and their henchmen are killed, and their den destroyed. Peace is restored to the district. But Ku Hui spurns offers of reward, name or social position.


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The Convict Killer 1980 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Ching Li
Pai Piao
Liu Yung
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chin Yu
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Original Story: Chu Yu
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Director Chu Yuan teams with star Ti Lung and famed novelist Chu Yu for this intriguing, exciting production which weaves mystery and suspense in with the kung-fu action. Ti comes on like Humphrey Bogart, playing a framed kung-fu master who's seeking revenge after fifteen years in prison. Our anti-hero survives one attempt on his life after another before the final surprise plot twist and the last convict is killed...

An expert martial artist, Teng Piao (Ti Lung), is determined to seek revenge on the person who framed him and sent him to prison for 15 years.
Several others are after the same man, known as the “Leopard”, and fate brings them all to the same inn. A mysterious lady called Shan Lin (Ching Li) arrives, and so does a man called Tu Fu-chun (Liu Yung) who later turns out to be a secret Government agent.
Teng survives repeated attempts on his life, and eventually agrees to help Tu to capture the Leopard and his gang of criminals. The gang is beaten, and the Leopard is killed by one of his own men.
Or so it seems, the killer sets off with Teng and Shan Lin. The agent catches them up to warn them of their danger and the killer himself is slain after a bloody struggle. But not before is adding one final twist to the plot.


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Secret Service of the Imperial Court 1984 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Liang Chia-jen
Hu Kuan-chen
Liu Yung
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Lu Chun-ku
Chang Kuo-yuan
Director: Lu Chun-ku
Cinematographer: Ma Chin-chiang
Editing: Chang Chao-hsi
Liu Shao-kuang
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Martial Arts Instructor: Lu Chun-ku
Tang Kuo-chi
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Song Composer: Chung Shao-feng
Lyrics: Lo Kuo-chan
Line Producer: Lawrence Wong
Original Sound Track: Chung Shao-feng


Screen favorite Leung Ka Yan delivers a powerful leading performance in Secret Service of the Imperial Court, one of the last of the Shaw Brothers costume swordplay epics! Leung Ka Yan is Chao Bu Fu, a member of an elite guard loyal to the Emperor. However, the government is currently in the possession of power-hungry eunuchs who have the Emperor under their control. Evil eunuch Wang Zhen (Lau Wing) orders Chao Bu Fu to hunt down and kill three loyalists who oppose him, but Bu Fu decides to rebel. Ultimately, Bu Fu's own father (Goo Fung) must hunt down his own son, who confronts whole armies while trying to escape the eunuch's grasp. But despite winning some battles, Bu Fu can't fully escape Wang Zhen's influence, and his loved ones pay the price. With nothing left, Bu Fu vows to kill Wang Zhen, even if it means his own death! Blood-soaked action sequences, brilliant outdoor vistas, and Leung Ka Yan's charismatic performance raise Secret Service of the Imperial Court above its fairly common storyline. Director Lu Chun Ku (The Master) delivers a grand swordplay epic that's a standout of the genre, and a fitting swansong to the spectacular Shaw Brothers costume swordplay tradition!

The Chin Yi Secret Service was originally created by the Emperor of Ming to suppress rebellions. However, during the reign of Emperor Ying Tsung, the Secret Service was under the control of Eunuch Wang Chen (Liu Yung) who used the Secret Service to eliminate dissidents. Chao Pu-fan (Liang Chia-jen) is the Service’s loyal and dedicated Captain responsible for training new members, while his father Wu-chi (Ku Feng) is the Chief. When Pu-fan’s brother Pu-chun (Lo Meng), a new member, disobeys an order to kill during training, Chief Chao must have him beheaded in order to maintain the public’s confidence.
After executing several orders to kill innocent loyalists, Pu-fan soon realizes he is nothing more than Wang’s killing instrument. He confronts his father, but Wu-chi, fearing retribution against all his nine clans, orders him to carry on. Later, when Pu-fan secretly releases several innocent people he was ordered to kill, Wang orders Wu-chi to kill his own son and sends Tsao Chi-chiang (Kao Fei) to secretly watch the execution of his order. Pursued by the guards, Pu-fan escapes with his wife Hsueh (Hu Kuan-chen) and his son Ding Dong. After some desperate fighting, he eventually kills Tsao and joins his Uncle Wu-che (Lo Lieh) in the country.
With the lives of his clans in his hands, Wu-chi is given a deadline to hand over the head of Pu-fan to the Capital and he secretly instructs Wu-che to kill Pu-fan. Wu-che, his daughter Hsiao-lan (Liu Yu-po) and other members of the family try to trap Pu-fan, but Wu-che is killed instead. Hsiao Lan tries to poison her cousin with wine, but fails and is herself killed. Finally, Pu-chun, whose execution had been faked, offers his own head to save his brother Pu-fan. Hsueh kills herself in return for her brother-in-law’s sacrifice.
Pu-fan returns with his son to the Capital and kills Wang in a bloody duel, thus ridding the people of his evil rule. But Wu-chi continues to work for his successor as a Captain training new member killers.




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Brothers Five 1970 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Lo Lieh
Chin Han
Cheng Pei-pei
Chang I
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Lo Wei
Assistant Director: Chang Chih-pei
Yeh Yung-tsu
Cinematographer: Wu Cho-hua
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Cheng Pei Pei is known to many Chinese movie fans as the villainous Jade Fox in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon directed by Ang Lee. More avid fans probably also recognize her as the Golden Swallow in King Hu's canonized Come Drink with Me made in 1966, after which Cheng Pei Pei starred as various persistent and pretty martial arts experts in Shaw Brother films. In Brothers Five, she stars as a martial expert who sets out to find the five sons of her late father's best friend. She needs to inform them, separated from each other ever since their family members were murdered, about the real villain behind their family's tragedy. She also needs to return to them a martial arts manual which has been under her custody for years, so that the five brothers can take revenge on the evil but powerful murderer.
After making Brothers Five in 1970, director Lo Wei later earned greater reputation by directing Bruce Lee's Fist of Fury. Nieh Kuang, Hong Kong's most famous sci-fi writer, wrote the script for this wonderful piece.

The 5 Kao brothers, separated since childhood, are unaware that the master Teng Lung Manor, Lung Chen-feng has killed their father. All five, however, seek to defeat the vicious gangsters at the Manor.
Fourth brother Wei meets swordswoman Yen Lai, who recognizes a scar on his arm as characteristic of the Kao family, and reveals his own identity to him. Against her advice, Wei rushes off to seek revenge on Lung. He is defeated, but encounters 2 of his long-lost brothers in the process. Eldest brother Hao, a blacksmith, and 2nd brother Chih, have also gone to the Manor and have likewise been turned back by the villains. Yen appears in the nick of time to help them escape.
Yen, who is the daughter of their father’s friend, has been instructed to locate the Kaos. With the aid of a swordplay manual, she sets them to train for a future confrontation with the powerful Lung. They are later joined by the two remaining brothers, Kao yung and Kao Hsieh, who have also been unsuccessful in attempting to battle Lung alone.
After much discipline and hard work, the Kaos are prepared to face Lung and his gang. This time, working together, they manage to kill Lung and vanquish his cohorts. Then, along with Yen Lai, they stay in Teng Lung Manor and restore peace to the region.


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Five Tough Guys 1974 DVDrip Xvid - YYddr


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Chen Kuan-tai
Ling Yun
Frankie Wei Hung
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Pao Hsueh-li
Assistant Director: Chung Liang
Hsu Li-min
Cinematographer: Juan Ting-pang
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


The team of real-life kung-fu champion Chen Kuan-tai and director Pao Hsueh-li was a productive one, resulting in such classic hits as The Boxer From Shantung, Man Of Iron and Iron Bodyguard. This powerful saga is one of their last together, as well as one of their most sweeping. It tells of the battle between a usurper of the throne and the patriots, led by Chen, who backs a Yunnan Governor just after the revolution.

Just after the Chinese Revolution, Yuan Shih-kai usurps the government and rules China as emperor. He is opposed by Tsai Sung-po (Ling Yun), Governor of Yunnan Province, and other patriotic people. Then Yuan has Tsai put under house arrest in Peking. In order to make his captors believe that he is not concerned with politics, Tsai spends most of his time with a beautiful courtesan, Hsiao Feng Hsien (Lily Ho). Meanwhile, young patriots, Shen Shih-hsien (Frankie Wei Hung), Wu Wen-yuan (Chen Kuan-tai), Hung (Ku Feng), Hua Ta-chiang (Shih Chung-tien) and Wei Chin-pao (Fan Mei-sheng) plan to rescue Tsai. These people are skilled in Kung Fu. They mislead the enemy by sending a bogus Tsai to the railway station, while the real Tsai escapes to Tientsin under the escort of some of the patriots. In the battle against the interceptors, they fight bravely against great odds. The dangerous mission succeeds, and Tsai escapes to Yunnan, where he rallies his supporters, and rises against Yuan. The patriots succeed in overthrowing Yuan, who dies soon after his downfall.


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Five Superfighters 1978 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wu Yuan-chin
Hui Tien-sze
Hou Chao-sheng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Director: John Lo Mar
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsu Hsia
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Another action-packed movie from the Shaw Brothers! Made in 1979, director John Lo's Five Superfighers showcases spectacular and jaw-dropping kung-fu to offer great entertainment. Viewers will enjoy a kinetic movie with non-stop actions. The story follows how the three apprentices of an old man learn different fighting skills from experts in order to beat the villain who once insulted their master. Viewers will see real kung-fu as well as some more obscure martial arts by following the three young man, played by some of Hong Kong's popular action stars including Austin Wai (SPL).

Ma Jan-tien (Kwan Tung), an arrogant scoundrel expert in all kinds of Chinese boxing, likes to provoke fights. One day, without cause, he bullies an old man. Wan Tien-hsin (Hou Chao-sheng), who lives by selling medicines. Even though Wan's three apprentices, Wang Fu-chung (Hui Tien-sze), Chang Tin-shao (Hsiung Kuang) and Chen Liu-chi (Wu Yuan-chin) all fight against him, they are defeated. Considerably humiliated, they leave their master and split up in an effort to perfect their martial skills elsewhere.
Chang Tin-shao encounters a widow who is adept at Chinese boxing. Under her guidance and through tiring practice he masters her special kung fu kicking skills.
Chen Lui-chi accidentally falls into a fight with some gamblers. He escapes with the help of a cripple, under whom he subsequently practices hard at the techniques of crane boxing.
On his way through a fishing village, the by now starving Wang Fu-chung is caught stealing food by a fisherman who is expert at pole fighting. Wang stays with him to learn the art.
Wan Tien-hsin, in the meantime, can no longer live off his drug-peddling, and is now being looked after by an old man who brings him food and wine. Being frequently drunk, Wan is always challenging the old man, himself a kung fu expert, to fight. These constant bouts serve only to perfect his own martial knowledge and skills.
On Wan's birthday, to his surprise, his three apprentices return to congratulate him. To show off their newly-acquired skills, they challenge Ma to a fight, but even this attempt at revenge fails. Finally Wan, who is as usual drunk by this time, overpowers Ma by his own particular technique of "DRUNKEN FIGHTING".


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Murder Plot 1979 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ching Li
Wang Chung
David Chiang
Chen Ping
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chin Yu
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Original Story: Ku Lung
Production Manager: Mona Fong


During the mid-70s, Shaw Brothers director Chor Yuen started a new trend of chivalrous swordplay films based on the works of popular novelist Gu Long. From 1976 on, a shortlist of Chor Yuen films adapted from Gu Long include Full Moon Scimitar, The Jade Tiger, The Magic Blade, The Proud Twins, and the 1978 swordplay film Murder Plot, which won Chor the Best Action Film Director Award at the 25th Asian Film Festival. Gu Long's Wulin Wai Shi has been adapted numerous times, but Chor's presentation of the story in Murder Plot is definitely the most memorable, especially remarkable for its spot-on portrayal of the characters.

During the 1970s and 80s, Shaw Brothers stars Ti Lung and David Chiang were considered the perfect embodiment of Gu Long's heroes, an opinion that was shared by Chor Yuen and Gu Long himself. Although it was Ti Lung who ended up starring in most of Chor's Gu Long adaptations, David Chiang takes the lead in Murder Plot as charismatic wandering swordsman Shen Lang. When a ruthless and powerful sect leader attempts to take over the martial arts world, swordsmen from all corners must form a coalition to face this sinister force. Forever with a faint smile on his lips, Shen is a carefree bounty hunter with little interest in wuxia power struggles, but he soon gets pulled into the battle. Murder Plot co-stars Candice Yu, Jing Li, and Norman Tsui.


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The Duel 1971 SB DVDRip XViD - GREiD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
David Chiang
Wang Ping
Yu Hui
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chiu Kang-chien
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Ku Hsi
Li Kuo-chiang
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Hong Kong superstars Ti Lung and David Chiang team up for the 1971 film, The Duel, directed by legendary Shaw Brothers icon Chang Cheh! Also known by the alternative title Duel of Iron Fist, this exciting action film centers on the adventures of Chan Cheh (Ti Lung). His elderly godfather, it seems, is just about to retire when he is murdered during a celebration in his honor. This turn of events leads to Chan being exiled for his own safety or so it seems. With his life in danger and killers lurking around every corner, Chan eventually finds his way back after a year of wandering. The clan's bookkeeper has taken control in the interim, and soon, Chan learns the shocking truth: the new guy in charge not only wants to kill him, but he's also responsible for his godfather's death! Even so, the new boss isn't the person who actually carried out the killing, that distinction belongs to someone else who was a guest at that party, but who?
Enraged by this turn of events, Chan Cheh sets off on a trail of vengeance to punish those responsible, finding help in the strangest of ways, in particular from his not quite sober elder brother (Guk Fung). Chan also meets a charming stranger named Rambler (David Chiang), but the two don't get along at first. However, the heroes soon develop a strong bond with Rambler, even going so far as to save Chan Cheh's life at one point. But what happens when Chan Cheh learns the shocking truth about his newfound friend? How will he reconcile the fact that this man who saved his life is also his godfather's assassin? Featuring Wang Ping and Yu Hui in supporting roles, The Duel is a bloody, pulse-pounding tale sure to entertain fans of John Woo's films of heroic bloodshed!

A wealthy man, Liao Hsing-pang, is murdered. Another influential man, Shen Tien-hung, suspects Liao’s nephew and decides to take the law into his own hands. His adopted son (Tang Jen-chieh) and the two men who run his business (Tang Jen-lin – brother of the adopted son – and Kan Wen-pin) accompany Shen as he tracks down Liao Shou-i. However, Liao escapes and later ambushes Shen and his party. At Kan’s suggestion, Jen-chieh escapes, preventing the authorities from further investigating the incident since they will assume he is guilty.
Kan is soon revealed as a villain: Jen-chieh is nearly murdered, his brother is driven out of Shen’s house, and Kan is involved in some shady business transactions. Meanwhile, Jen-chieh learns that “Rambler” had been hired to kill his foster father Shen. But later, “Rambler” turns up with Jen-lin to rescue Jen-chieh just as he is about to be buried alive. The three go on to seek revenge on Kan as he is holding a memorial service for Shen. Only Jen-chieh and “Rambler” survive the fray, and “Rambler” reveals that he is a revolutionary and did not mean to kill Shen. Soon another gang arrives and Jen-chieh and “Rambler” fight side by side. They die heroic deaths, but only after they have destroyed the enemy.


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Death Duel 1977 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ling Yun
Derek Yee / Erh Tung-sheng
Yu An-an
Chen Ping
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chu Yuan
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Production Manager: Mona Fong
Chen Lieh


The classic stories of Chinese author Gu Long come alive in Death Duel, a powerful Shaw Brother's swordplay epic starring some of the period's biggest stars! Derek Yee is Third Master, a renowned swordsman whose position in "Jiang Hu" (or the "World of Martial Arts") is lofty, and a constant frustration for the weary Third Master. The constant challenges and myriad enemies he faces compels him to fake his death and pursue a quiet life with the beautiful Candice Yu. However, his peace can only last so long. Many past enemies arrive seeking revenge, culminating in a bloody showdown, and an appearance by Shaw Brothers kung fu veteran (and Derek Yee's real-life brother) David Chiang!
Also starring Di Lung and Law Lit, Death Duel is another foray into the complex kung-fu novels of Gu Long, which derive their action and drama from the concept of Jiang Hu. Warriors jockey for personal satisfaction and reputation, and clans compete for the ultimate glory of being known as the world's acknowledged best. Director Chor Yuen brings Gu Long's beloved world to life with exciting action sequences and the gorgeous sets and costumes which were a Shaw Brothers trademark.


Yen Shih-san (Ling Yun) is reputed to be a swordsman without an equal, and in a brief space of time kills several challengers, all of whom were also skillful swordsmen. One day, Miss Mu Yung Chiu-ti (Chen Ping) suddenly appears on the scene and proclaims that Third Master (Derek Yee) is the most superior swordsman, and that he has killed several hundred swordsmen all of whom had challenged him to duels.
Mu Yung Chiu-ti is anxious to have Yen Shih-san oppose Third Master, but Yen Shih-san knows that she only wants him to take revenge against Third Master because he killed 46 of her henchmen. Nevertheless, he feels he must test his own sword-fighting skills, and therefore seeks Third Master out. However, Yen Shih-san learns from a retainer that 15 days earlier, Third Master died of natural causes. This news prompts him to sheath his sword forever. Yet Third Master is not dead. In order to escape his fame, he changes his name to Ah Chi and begins working as a menial laborer at a local brothel where he befriends a prostitute named Hsiao Li (Yu An-an), and a mute laborer.
By saving Hsiao Li from the unwanted attentions of a young thug and thrashing several men who tried to force Hsiao Li back to the brothel, Third Master’s identity is exposed. Although Lao Miao, the brother of Hsiao Li, urges Third Master to flee the area, word of his whereabouts has filtered through to other swordsmen who now seek out Third Master in order to test their skills against him.
Aided by the mute’s wife, an evil doctor, To Lang-chung (Yueh Hua), drugs Third Master then puts poison into his arm in order to kill him within three days. Third Master kills them, and then proceeds to Mu Cho Lake to seek help from an herbalist who lives there. While en route, with the help of Han Tang (Lo Lieh) and Fu Hung-hsueh (Ti Lung), Third Master manages to repel the assaults of many enemies. Upon arriving at the Lake, he is healed by a fisherman, whose name is none other than Yen Shih-san - but of course neither man is aware of the identity of the other.
Mu Yung Chiu-ti is shocked to see Third Master recovered from his injuries, and so she incites him to fight Yen Shih-san, by having Hsiao Li killed and then spreading the rumor that Yen Shih-san is the murderer. When the two swordsmen meet for the ultimate duel, Mu Yung Chiu Ti and her insane brother, Mu Yung Chin-lung (David Chiang), arrive at the scene adding more fish into the troubled waters.
In the ensuing clashes, only one man survives to tell the tale.


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Have Sword Will Travel 1969 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Ti Lung
Ku Feng
David Chiang
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Wu Ma
Ku Hsi
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Internationally acclaimed director Chang Cheh brings back David Chiang and Ti Lung for the second time in this classic "heroic bloodshed" epic Have Sword, Will Travel, it's title inspired by the "lond gunman" Hollywood hit TV show Have Gun, Will Travel. Ti Lung is the armor of an "armored carriage" taking silver to the capital. Along the way a mysterious knight stalks him, David Chiang. Although he appears to be the robber, he turns out to be his savior.

Each year knight Ying Ke-feng of Peerless Manor escorts 200,000 taels of silver to the capital. Now that he’s getting on, he enlists the aid of other, younger knights. Among them, Hsiang Ting and Yun Piao-piao, heading for Ying’s Manor, meet adept knight Le I. Jumping to conclusions, Hsiang decides Le’s a spy from the evil Flying Tigers Manor. The accusation lead the two men to fight, but the misunderstanding is cleared up when Le then saves Yun from a secret attack by a Flying Tiger thug.
Meanwhile, Chiao Hung, the chief of Flying Tigers Manor, offers Le a bribe to join the gang. But, Le refuses.
When the silver was delivered, Chiao and his henchmen are on hand to rob the consignment. Together, Hsiang, Yun and Le slay the marauders. But the price is heavy : Hsiang is wounded, and Le is killed.


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Dragon Swamp 1969 DVDRip XviD - YO!


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Lo Lieh
Cheng Pei-pei
Kang Hua
Producer: Runme Shaw
Director: Lo Wei
Assistant Director: Tsou Han-pin
Chang Chih-pei
Cinematographer: Wu Cho-hua
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


 Cheng Pei-pei, the screen's greatest swordswoman, teams with Lo Lieh, the star of Shaw's first international mega-hit for this amazing, fast-paced adventure of the "Martial Arts World" -- where everyone is killing to gain the famous "Jade Dragon Sword". Fascinating characters, like the "Roaming Knight" and the Master of Dragon Swamp, clash in this family feud, which takes place over twenty years. In addition to the spectacular fights, this special production holds an emotional wallop for the finale.

The “Jade Dragon” sword is stolen from Shun Yang Temple by abbot Fan Sung-yu’s female pupil Fan Ying. She later weds the villainous Tang Ta-chuan and a son and daughter are born to them. Abbot Fan eventually tracks them down and recovers the blade. Tang is defeated and escapes with his son. Fan Ying is confined in Dragon Swamp and daughter Ching-erh adopted by the abbot.
Twenty years pass. The sword is once again stolen. Monk Fan sends his disciples to investigate. Among them is Ching-erh, who goes along disguised as a man.
At Chen Nam Pass she meets a suspect named Yu Kiang and they clash. She is wounded but saved by “Roaming Knight,” one of Fan Ying’s earlier admirers. Ching-erh implores him to help her retrieve the coveted blade. He suggests she also enlist the aid of Fan Ying, now mistress of Dragon Swamp. They track and confront Yu Kiang for the sword and he surrenders after a fight in which both Fan and he are wounded. Without the proper antidote, they will die.
Ching-erh meanwhile takes the sword back to monk Fan but is ambushed on route and loses the weapon. She follows the robbers to Sung Manor and learns Sung Chun-yi’s son-in-law Sung Yueh is the chief culprit. Sung Yueh now breaks his promise to give Fan Ying the antidote, for he’s none other than the evil Tang Ta-chuan. Fan Ying, Ching-erh, “Roaming Knight” and Tang start fighting. Sung Chun-yi helps Fan’s group. “Roaming Knight” seizes the sword before dying and hands it to Ching-erh to return to abbot Fan. Ching-erh sends a message to him before returning to Sung Manor.
Fan Ying is captured. Tang and his henchmen prepare to raze his father-in-law’s manor. Ching-erh saves Fan Ying and monk Fan arrives to rescue Sung Chun-yi and kill Tang. The dying Tang finally gives Fan Ying the antidote and reveals that Yu Kiang is their son.


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The Duel Of The Century 1981 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Ching Li
Linda Chu
Pai Piao
Liu Yung
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Chin Yu
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Chen Ching-shen
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Yuan Pin
Yuen Hua
Original Story: Ku Lung
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


 This mystery-tinged "Martial Arts World" epic was one of director Chu Yuan and novelist Ku Lung's lst together for the Shaw Studios, but it’s another action-filled winner. Liu Yung and Sun Chien (the Korean kicking "Venom" from Chang Cheh's internationally popular series) team to investigate the martial arts murders of a supposedly mortally wounded swordsman, only to find deception, death, double-dealings, imposters, and one deadly duel after another. No less than three choreographers are on hand to handle the multitude of magnificent martial arts.

Lu Hsiao Feng (Liu Yung) meets with Hua Man-liu (Sun Chien) and others to discover why their close friend, swordsman Yeh Ku-cheng (Pai Piao), has challenged Hsi Men Chui-hsueh (Yueh Hua) to a duel despite having allegedly been fatally wounded while killing Tang Tien-yi.
Tang’s brother Tuen-yung (Kuan Feng) seeks revenge and is killed by Yeh. Then Yeh is also accused of killing his classmate Chang Jen-ying, but he denies it.
Lu finds that Yeh really is wounded, but Yeh refuses to reveal the reason for the duel. Yeh’s wife Leng Ching-chiu (Ching Li) asks Lu to get an antidote for her husband from Hsi Men, but when Lu returns, he is attacked by men of the Tien Shan clan.
Lu and Hsi Men want to find out if Chang Jen-ying really was killed by Yeh and rush to intercept the body which Yen has taken away for cremation. They discover that Chang’s wound does not bear Yeh’s mark, yet when one of three wax models found in Chang’s sleeve resembles Yeh Ku-cheng, Yen again suspects him and vows vengeance.
Yen receives a note to meet Yeh at Tai Lake. Lu and Hsi Men rush there too, only to find Yen already dead.
Lu and Hua cannot figure out the wounded Yeh’s repeated killings. Lu heals Yeh’s wound with the antidote, but Yeh will still not reveal the reason for his duel.
Now Lu receives a note to meet Yeh at Tai Lake, where he discovers that he is an impostor. But when Lu tells the real Yeh of this, Yeh incapacitates him and then explains that he must fight the duel in return for a favor done to his wife. Lu is later confined by Chief Wang, who tells him that the duel is merely a diversion to cover an usurpation plot in which Yeh has unwittingly been made to assist.
On the day of the duel, Lu is revived in time to help prevent Yeh from murdering the sovereign, and to reveal the truth. Deeply ashamed, Yeh makes atonement in a death duel with Hsi Men.


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The Golden Lotus DVDRip XviD iNT - PP


Genres: Erotic
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Tanny Tien Ni
Hu Chin
Chen Ping
Yeung Kwan
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Wang Tao
Ma Fei
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


Director Li Han Hsiang takes a break from somber historical epics to direct The Golden Lotus, a period sexploitation drama based on a famous erotic novel also titled "The Golden Lotus". Yang Chun is a famous Sung Dynasty lothario whose quest for comely conquests makes him a legendary figure. Among the lovely ladies that he comes to know are Hu Jien, Tien Ni, and Chen Ping, all sexy Shaw Brothers starlets of the first order! But his sexual exploits become a catalyst for a complicated web of murder, corruption, and immoral sexual shenanigans, all recounted in glorious Shawscope widescreen! Li Han Hsiang utilizes the costumes and sets of the Shaw Brothers studios - as well as his own established film artistry - to create the sensual classic, The Golden Lotus. Eagle-eyed viewers may catch an early screen appearance by none other than Jackie Chan!
There have been many film versions of The Golden Lotus, the most erotic novel in Chinese history, but none have combined artistry with sensuality as successfully as the 1974 classic, featuring three of the screen's sexiest stars. The director was already famous for his historical epics and modern sex comedies, but here outdoes himself in this recounting of the murders corruptions, and sexual exploits of a Sung Dynasty lothario 900 years ago.

The place .... Ching Ho District in Shantung Province; during the Sung Dynasty.
Hsi Men-ching (Yeung Kwan), aided by corrupt local officials, has amassed a fortune by robbing, raping, and generally terrorising the local population. This depraved brute, with his insatiable sexual appetite, cannot be satisfied by his wife and three concubines; and when he meets Pan Chin-lien (Hu chin), the wife of a dwarf called Wu Ta-lang, he solicits the help of a matchmaker, Wang Po, to help him seduce her. At their instigation, Pan Chin-lien poisons and kills her husband, and then remarries Hsi Men-ching as his 4th concubine. At the wedding party, Hsi Men-ching takes a fancy to Li Ping-erh (Tanny Tien Ni), the wife of his friend Hua Tzu Hsi, and she becomes his next conquest. During his illicit visits to Li Ping-erh at her home, Hsi Men-ching takes note of Hua Tzu-hsi’s apparent wealth. He plots with Hua Tzu-hsi’s cousins to have him accused and brought to court; falsely charged with misappropriating the entire property of the Hua family. They bribe the magistrate and Hua Tzu-hsi is sent to jail. Hsi Men Ching, and the corrupt officials, then rob the valuables from Hua Tzu-hsi’s house. All this is too much for Hua Tzu-hsi who suffers a heart attack and dies in prison.
After the robbery, Hsi Men-ching seems to tire of Li Ping-erh, and she becomes depressed and falls ill. An affair develops between Li Ping-erh and Chiang Chu-shan, a quack who is called to attend to her. When Hsi Men-ching hears of this, he is so infuriated that he has the quack thrown into prison. He then takes Li Ping-erh as his 5th concubine; but on the night of their marriage he leaves her to go to Pan Chin-lien’s bedroom. In desperation, Li Ping-erh tries to hang herself, but is rescued in the nick of time; and later gives birth to a son. This arouses the jealousy of Pan Chin-lien and the other concubines who make Li Ping-erh’s life miserable with their sarcastic insinuations.
Hsi Men-ching continues his life of over-indulgence in wine, women, sex and drugs, until he eventually dies from an overdose of an aphrodisiac.


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Shaolin Avengers 1976 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alexander Fu Sheng
Liang Chia-jen
Chi Kuan-chi
Tsai Hung
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Wu Ma
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Ku Yi
Make-up: Chao Yu-chen
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsieh Hsing
Chen Hsin-yi
Production Manager: Peng Hsi-wei
Chu Keng


 The famous story of the Shaolin Temple's betrayal by the White-Browed Hermit, and the subsequent revenge by Shaolin firebrand Fang Shih-yu, is the stuff of legend. It has been filmed many times by many directors, but few are remembered as fondly as this production. The potent combination of director Chang Cheh and international idol Alexander Fu Sheng caught lightning in a lens (thanks to action instructors Hsieh Hsing and Chen Hsin-yi... Not to mention talented co-director Wu Ma).

The White-Browed Hermit, together with Feng Tao-te and fellow kung fu experts are henchmen of the Manchu rulers. Lei Lao-hu, Yuan Nan and Peng Pu-yun are the followers of these unscrupulous despots, who are out to bully and terrorize the anti-Ching elements. Fang Chi-heng is killed by Lei Lao-hu in a kung fu tournament. Fang’s wife, Miao Tsui-hua is a great authority on kung fu skill, and she knows how to defeat various branches of kung fu masters. She has taught her two sons the advanced art of kung fu, but she does not allow her elder son, Fang Hsiao-yu (Tang Yen-tsan) to fight Lei Lao-hu, because the former is married, and sex is a taboo. However, she pins her hopes on her younger son, Fang Shih-yu (Alexander Fu Sheng), to wreak revenge on her behalf. She, therefore, has him undergo a very tough course of training, with a view to preparing him to defeat the ‘Eagle Claws’ technique of Lei Lao-hu. One of the methods of strengthening Fang Shih-yu is to repeatedly whip him, and then immerse him in a tub of medicinal wine. This ordeal is repeated over and over again, till his muscles and body become tough and as strong as steel and the only vulnerable part of his body is his anus. In another contest, the Fang brothers kill Peng and Yuan. A youth, Hu Hui-chien (Chi Kuan-chi) is defeated by the enemy, and with the encouragement of Fang Shih-yu, he goes to the Shaolin Monastery to further his kung fu skill.
Lei Lao-hu and Feng Tao-te kill Fang Shih-yu’s mother in a fit of temper. Then Lei challenges Fang to a kung fu duel, in which Lei plans to kill Fang by means of a cunning device. Fang accepts the challenge, and then kills Lei in a bloody contest, in spite of the latter’s cunning. Meanwhile, Hu Hui-chien also teaches his foes a bitter lesson.
In order to avenge the defeat of their friends, the White-Browed Hermit and Feng Tao-te challenge Fang and Hu to a duel, which will take place the next day. Fang accepts the challenge, though he fully realizes that the fight will end in the destruction of everybody concerned.
The climax of the film is reached when the great duel takes place.


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Knight of Knights 1966 DVDRip XviD - RETRO


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Li Ching
Chiao Chuang
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chang Cheh
Director: Hsieh Chun
Assistant Director: Kiang Yang
Cinematographer: Wu Cho-hua
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Chang Cheh


Directed by Hsieh Chun, from a script by Chang Cheh, this classic example of "martial chivalry" films marks one of screenwriter Chang's first forays into the genre, and occupies a significant place in the development of the modern kung fu movie. Young heartthrob Chiao Chuang plays the title character, a swordsman who avenges the murders of six comrades in battle against the notorious monks of the Chao Ching Monastery.

Five out of seven knights are killed in a battle against the notorious monks of Chao Ching Monastery. The mortally wounded sixth knight, Li Kwai, only lives long enough to tell Wen Su-chen, leader of the group, what has happened.
Disguised as a scholar and accompanied by two pageboys, Wen Lung and Wen Hu, Wen arrives at the monastery asking for accommodations. After undergoing exhaustive questioning by Abbot Ming Kung, he is accepted.
Wen Su-chen discovers a secret passage at night, which leads to a dungeon where he finds one of the “Five Tigers of Chao Ching,” thrashing carpenter Yu Ta, molesting his wife and younger sister. Wen Su-chen kills the bully and sets the victims free. Ho then rushes over to the office of Roving Inspector Lin Ti-an who is nearly assassinated. Having been rescued in time, the Inspector begs Wen Su-chen to search for the list containing the names of the Chao Ching Gang.
In the Imperial Court, two officials, Ching Wang and Pei Chien, have been plotting to usurp the throne. The Emperor sends Inspector Lin out to investigate. The plotters have secretly ordered Magistrate Wang of Chien Tang County to recruit, through bribes, the services of Ming Kung and the “Five Tigers” to assassinate the Inspector. A “Tide Watching Pavilion” is built as a decoy, and the gang invites the Inspector there to “watch the tide”.
Ming Kung, who suspects Wen Su-chen of killing his henchman in the dungeon, invites him to the “tide watching” party. Inspector Lin manages to go up the pavilion with Wen Su-chen at his side. Before he has a chance to leave, Ming Kung releases a carrier pigeon as a signal for action. Wu Hsing, acting on orders, cuts the ropes supporting the pavilion. As the structure sways, ringleader Tao Hsiung and his men plunge into the river to join the violent battle in the water.
Tao Hsiung captures Hung Yu, Inspector Lin’s daughter, and takes her to an abandoned temple, where Wen Su-chen rescues her. Su-chen hangs the ringleader in an old well and forces him to surrender the gang’s register. In the meantime, he manages to revive the fainted Hung Yu. Both soaked to the skin, they have to undress and dry their clothes over a fire. The two, alone in a desolate temple and in distress, fall in love but keep their passions in check.
Pageboy Wen Lung saves the life of Hsin Yen, Hung Yu’s maid, but is killed in an ambush while taking her to the temple. Hsin Yen is later tied to one of the temple’s secret contraptions.
Inspector Lin is rescued by the other pageboy, Wen Hu and taken back to his office. Lin issues an order for the arrest of Magistrate Wang and sends men out to search the Chao Ching Monastery. Wen Hu is out searching for Hung Yu and Wen Su-chen.
Wen Su-chen turns Hung Yu over to Inspector Lin’s men, and rushes back to the monastery where a battle is raging between Lin’s men and the gangsters. As Ming Kung is losing, he suddenly sets the contraptions in motion. When Wen Su-chen breaks into the Scripture Hall looking for Hsin Yen, he gets trapped. Hsin Yen saves Wen Su-chen by holding on to the contraption to avoid the explosion of an incendiary bomb. But she is killed by the blast.
Wen Su-chen discovers the list of the gang members. As he fights his way out, he is almost killed by an iron hook thrown at him. The notorious monk, Ming Kung hurls another bomb at Wen Su-chen who manages to get away from the explosion. The bomb kills Ming Kung.
Having vanquished his foes, Wen Su-chen returns to Inspector Lin with the list. His mission is complete.


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Lady Of The Law 1975 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Yang Chi-ching
Shih Szu
Chang Pei-shan
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shen Chiang
Director: Shen Chiang
Assistant Director: Hsu Li-min
Cinematographer: Chao Jung-sheng
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuen Woo-ping / Yuen Ta-yen


This is one of writer/director Shen Chiang’s last films, but it’s an incredible action-packed adventure of a female Lone Ranger, decades before Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon made feminist-empowerment kung-fu films an international phenomenon. The wonderful Shih Szu is the title character, with Shaw Brothers’ first international star, Lo Lieh, joining her as an adoring associate. Together they track down the dirty deeds and duplicity of a raping and robbing masked bandit, before, literally, riding off toward their next adventure…!

Chen Hua-tang (Yang Chi-ching), the chief guard of Wan Sheng Treasure House is jealous of the reputed Chiao Kuan (Tung Lin), and so he orders some thugs to abduct his son, Chiao Yen-erh (Lo Lieh), the first step to the murdering of his father. Pei Mei Tao Ku (Ouyang Sha-fei), a religious martial arts woman, and her disciple, Leng Ju-shuang (Shih Szu) rescue Chiao Yen-erh from the bandits, and ask Chen Hua-tang to look after the child. Chen obeys out of fear.
Ten years pass, and Chiao Yen-erh has grown up. He secretly learns his father’s swordsmanship, despite Chen’s ban on it. The authorities dispatch Leng Ju-shuang, now known as The Lady of The Law; to arrest a masked bandit, who has been on a rampage of plunder and rape in the locality. Chen Cheng-hao (Shih Tien), eldest son of Chen Hua-tang is the masked bandit wanted, dead or alive, by the authorities. He kills Hua Feng-chun’s wife, who has tried to resist him. Then Chen and his sons accuse Chiao Yen-erh of the murder. They ambush and overpower him. While he is being detained for trial by the magistrate, Chiao Yen-erh escapes, but he is followed by Leng Ju-shuang. In Meng Chow, Leng Ju-shuang, aided by Yen Chi-o, a lawkeeper, has Chiao Yen-erh arrested. In a lodging house at Meng Chow, Chen Cheng-hao meets them. Chen plots to get rid of Yen, fearing that he might expose him as the murderer. Fortunately, he is saved by the timely arrival of Leng Ju-shuang. Meanwhile, Chiao Yen-erh manages to free not only him
self, but also Yen Pi-she, who would inform against the murderer. Earlier, Yen Pi-she, elder brother of Yen Chi-o, had been detained by the authorities in Meng Chow on a trumped up charge intended to keep him from giving evidence against Chen Hua-tang and his sons, with the aid of Leng Ju-shuang, who has been misled to believe that Chiao Yen-erh is the murderer. However, Chiao Yen-erh counter-attacks his captors.
Yen Pi-she and some Government officials rush to the scene of the fight, and help to overpower the thugs. In front of them, Yen Pi-she testifies that Chen Cheng-hao is the masked bandit…, the murderer. Leng Ju-shuang, the Lady of The Law, remounts her horse and rides off on another lawkeeping mission. She is followed by Chiao Yen-erh, her admirer.


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Bruce Lee And I 1975 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Betty Ting Pei
Danny Lee / Li Hsiu-hsien
Wang Sha
Director: John Lo Mar
Cinematographer: Wu Fa-sheng
Musical Director: Joseph Koo
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Yuen Woo-ping / Yuen Ta-yen
Production Manager: Huang Hsi-yun


"How He Lived! How He Loved! How He Fought! How He Died! See the Truth Explode!" this was the tagline used to promote Bruce Lee and I, Betty Ding Pei's explosive cinematic version of her relationship with the legendary actor! Also known by such alternative titles as Bruce Lee: His Last Days, His Last Nights and I Love You, Bruce Lee, this controversial 1975 film centers on the alleged love affair between Bruce Lee and Betty Ding Pei, the woman in whose apartment Lee tragically passed away. Exactly how controversial is this film? The opening scene of the movie has Bruce Lee smoking cannabis and popping pills before hopping into bed with Ding Pei!
The circumstances surrounding Lee's mysterious death have always been clouded in rumors and speculation, and this film was supposedly Ding Pei's attempt to set the record straight, although she may have succeeded in only complicating matters even further! Ding Pei actually plays herself in the film, which is just as much about her as it is about Lee. Watch as she battles alcoholism, loses money gambling, and even suffers a miscarriage of Lee's purported lovechild! In Bruce Lee and I, Betty Ding Pei bears her soul and much more!
Danny Lee Sau Yin, the actor who would later gain international recognition for his role in John Woo's The Killer, takes on the impossible task of portraying the famous martial arts icon. Although no actor could replace the Little Dragon, Danny Lee handles himself well in the role, employing a number of Bruce Lee's trademark mannerisms to bring the man to life. To spice up the action, director John Luo Ma employs fight choreographers Tong Gaai and Yuen Woo-Ping, a move which results in several interesting martial arts sequences. Although some critics point out that several of the events depicted in the film did not and simply could not have happened, Bruce Lee and I still makes for an intriguing viewing experience as not only an alternate history presented by Betty Ding Pei, but a cinematic snapshot of an era in Hong Kong film known to many as "Bruceploitation."

The death of world famous Chinese kung fu fighter and superstar Bruce Lee made sensational world headlines. How he died is a puzzle which movie fans are eager to solve. There has been a flurry of speculation and hearsay about the cause of his death. Some have attributed it to an overdose of a sex-stimulant. But only Betty Ting Pei, his intimate friend, who witnessed his death, can provide the true answer.
Starring pretty Betty Ting Pei as herself and Danny Lee as Bruce Lee, Bruce Lee & I, is Betty's own story of how they met and how their relationship developed. The first production of its kind since Bruce's death, it is true to life, action-packed and full of human interest.
The story revolves around the childhood, romance and film careers of Betty Ting Pei and Bruce Lee. It reveals the truth about the personal life of movie fans' idol Bruce Lee, his aspirations and philosophy of life as a Chinese Boxer. To quote Ting Pei's own words, "Bruce was honest, straightforward and chivalrous."


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Oath Of Death 1971 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Frankie Wei Hung
Ling Ling
Tien Feng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chin Shu-mei
Director: Pao Hsueh-li
Assistant Director: Chung Liang
Li Hao
Cinematographer: Juan Ting-pang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Martial Arts Instructor: Chen Chuan
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


Pao Hseuh-li started his film career as a cinematographer, beautifully lensing such important films as Golden Swallow. This was one of his films as director. Lo Lieh, soon to be Shaw Brothers' first international star, thanks to King Boxer, stars as Sung Dynasty patriot Chin Liang, who runs afoul of a corrupt and ambitious ex-friend. To avenge the villains' treachery, he must make an oath of death, purposely maiming himself to accomplish his ultimate triumph.

Sung Dynasty patriots, led by Ho Ta-pu finally succeed in an attar against an invading Yuan army supply unit. The patriots win the support of Chinese loyalists, and are invited by Yuan chief Sha Lu to defeat the Sung band. They also rescue a Yuan princess. Later, one of these patriots, Ma Ching-ting, rescues a young woman called Shen I-hsia, when she is attacked by robbers. She is as treacherous as she is beautiful. Charmed and unsuspecting, Ma Ching-ting married her. But his new rank as a Sung officer and his wife’s cunning ways turn him into an arrogant bully and incur the displeasure of his fellow patriots. As a result friend turns against friend, and so much so that Ma Ching-ting, together with a group of new and crafty henchman, capture and brutally kill Hsiang Tu-pu, who was once a good and true friend. Ma Ching-ting goes a step further by offering a reward for the capture of another past friend and patriot, Chin Liang. Realizing Ma Ching-ting’s treachery, Chin Liang plans his revenge. When he recovers from an injury, he returns to the general’s H.Q, and kills Shen I-hsia. After further practice of his fighting skills, he challenges Ma Ching-ting to a duel. During the fight he deliberately maims himself and this gains him his long awaited chance to kill Ma ching-ting. Though the Yuans remain undefeated, the traitor is dead, and the murder of Hsiang Tu-pu is avenged.


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Pursuit Of Vengeance 1977 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Lo Lieh
Liu Yung
Shih Szu
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chin Yu
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Production Manager: Chen Lieh
Chua Lam


A sequel to the applauded The Magic Blade, Pursuit of Vengeance also stars the famous Ti Lung (A Better Tomorrow), supported by Shaw Brothers actors Law Lit and Lau Wing. Directed by Chor Yuen in 1977, Pursuit of Vengeance is less dramatic than The Magic Blade, but it may also be more entertaining with the two supporting actors playing humorous swordsmen in contrary to the serious and cool role delivered by Ti Lung. Apart from dazzling fights, the film also impresses the audience with the characters' skills to disguise as another person and the protagonist's stunningly designed weapons, with which he starts his vengeance plan.

Known to the younger generation Hong Kong people as a TV actor, Chor Yuen was actually a prolific director from late 1950s to the 1970s. Inspired by his father Cheung Wood Yau, a famous Hong Kong actor, Chor Yuen dabbled into the film industry in 1956 as a scriptwriter. He started directing in 1958, and became reputable in both the Cantonese and Mandarin film worlds. Swordplay novels always provide exciting stories for him to adapt into thrilling films.


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The Magnificent Swordsman 1968 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Huang Tsung-shun
Ching Miao
Shu Pei-pei
Tien Feng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ke Jui-feng
Director: Cheng Kang
Yueh Feng
Assistant Director: Min Ta-chun
Cinematographer: Pao Hsueh-li
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Pao Pua


Like many of the swordsman films of the sixties, The Magnificent Swordsman centers on the hero vowing vengeance against evil bandits that killed his family when he was a child. Influenced by Akira Kurosawa's The Seven Samurai, the hero (played by Huang Tsung-shun who starred in Bruce Lee's Fist Of Fury), recruits several friends to help peasants rid their village of marauding bandits, the leader of course being the man that killed his family.

Chian Tan-feng, famed as the “Vagabond Swordsman,” vows vengeance against the bandits who slaughtered his entire family when he was a child.
Chiang later meets the murderers Ching Kui Tzu and Sha Yu-fu holding up a tavern; he kills the former while the latter escapes. Sha and colleague Ta Hei Tzu return to confront Chiang and he dispatches both in a vicious fight. The dying Sha begs Chang to give his belongings to his sister Sha Hsiu-hsiu.
The enraged girl wounds Chiang when he reveals her brother’s death at his hands but relents afterwards and nurses him. Chiang’s presence in her home causes the resentment of Hsiu-hsiu’s lover Sha Ken-sheng.
Maddened by the killing of his three men, gang leader Huang Ta-pa sends six others to finish off Chiang, All are routed. Huang now orders Sha Village’s chief to expel Chiang and Hsiu-hsiu and to pay tribute on pain of death. The timid chief obeys but is slain nonetheless; Huang now prepares to wipe out the village.
Led by Chiang, Hsiu-hsiu and Ken-sheng, the villagers overcome their fear and eliminate the bandits in one savage battle. With peace restored, Chiang resumes his travels alone.


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Tiger Killer 1982 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Ku Feng
Wang Ping
Liu Yung
Wang Lai
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


From the director of The Warlord and The Kingdom and the Beauty comes this multiple award-winning kung fu drama starring respected Hong Kong actor Ti Lung and the lovely Wang Ping! Director Li Han-Hsiang helms this thrilling tale of a selfless martial artist named Wu Song (Ti Lung, from A Better Tomorrow) who encounters the beautifully seductive Lotus Pan Chin Lien (Wang Ping, from King Boxer), a role previously assayed by the likes of Hu Chin (Golden Lotus) and Diana Chang Chung Wen (The Amorous Lotus Pan). Although a tiger killer himself, Wu Song will soon learn the hard truth of life that men (and women as well) have the potential to be far deadlier than any beast!
Featuring supporting performances by Liu Yeng (as a notorious playboy) and the dependable Ku Feng, Tiger Killer is actually one of the rare martial arts films that has been a hit among critics and audiences alike. Not only did Wang Ping take home Best Actress honors for her provocative turn as the amorous Lotus Pan at the 19th Golden Horse Awards, but Shaw staple Ku Feng was named Best Supporting Actor at the event as well! And rounding out the filmic kudos for Tiger Killer were designers Liu Chi-Yu and Li-Yen Ping, who both nabbed awards for Best Costume Design. Although not nominated for any acting awards, a special honor should have gone to leading man Ti Lung who delivers a bravura performance in his role as the admirable swordsman, Wu Song. Alternatively erotic, dramatic, and action-packed, Tiger Killer is one martial arts film from the Shaw Brothers vault you don't want to miss!


On his way back to his own town, Wu Sung beats a vicious tiger to death in Yang Ku. The local magistrate appoints him assistant chief constable on account of his bravery, and Sung settles in the town. There he comes across his ugly brother, Wu the Elder, a hawker, who takes him home to meet his alluring wife Pan Chin-lien. Pan cajoles Sung into moving in with them. She is smitten with Sung and attempts to seduce him, but Sung forcibly rejects her. When her husband returns, she accuses her brother-in-law instead. Wu the Elder does not believe her, but Sung nevertheless leaves quietly on a mission to another town.
Hsi Men-ching, a rich playboy, falls for Pan. An old lady who owns a tea house allows them to meet in her house, where Wu the Elder eventually catches them in the act. He is wounded by Hsi and then later poisoned to death by his wife and her lover.
Sung returns from his assignment to learn of his brother’s tragic death, and reports it to the magistracy. The judge, bribed by Hsi, refuses to handle the case on the grounds of insufficient evidence.
Sung overpowers Pan and Wang, and forces them at knife-point to confess. He then chops off Pan’s head, and later, Hsi’s also. He offers both up to his deceased brother, and turns himself in.


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The Proud Youth 1978 DVDRip XviD - NDRT


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Chen Hui-min
Shih Szu
Stanley Feng Tsui-fan
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Sun Chung
Cinematographer: Lan Nei-tsai
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Production Manager: Mona Fong


First published in 1967, Jin Yong's literary masterwork "Xiao Ao Jiang Hu" (The Smiling Proud Warrior) became an instant martial arts classic. With its gripping tale of friendship, betrayal, heroism, villainy, and love, its no wonder that the text went on to inspire a slew of film and television adaptations, ranging from the 1984 serial starring future superstar Chow Yun Fat, to an entire trilogy of films in the 1990s featuring such greats as Sam Hui, Jet Li, and Brigitte Lin Ching Hsia! But long before those adaptations saw the light of day there was The Proud Youth, the stunning 1978 Shaw Brothers production directed by Sun Zhong, the man behind such widely-varied films as Big Bad Sis and The Sugar Daddies.
In this reinterpretation of the famous tale, Wang Yu, co-star of the martial arts classic Dirty Ho, headlines the film, inhabiting the role of the Ling Hu Chung character from the original novel. As in the source text, the hero finds himself caught right in the middle of an all-out clan war, all in search for a legendary manuscript that is rumored to hold the key to complete and total supremacy over the martial world! But at what cost? And with so many people lusting after the manuscript, it's only a matter of time before someone gets their hands on it, but who? Discover the truth in this pulse-pounding swordplay saga featuring Si Si as Wang Yu's love interest, the irrepressible Ku Feng in a supporting role, and Tien Ching taking up the part of Asia The Invincible, the role later made famous by Brigitte Lin Ching Hsia in Swordsman 2 and 3!

Tso Leng Chan, the elected leader of the Wu Yueh Sword Clan, warns his friends and allies against the possible misdeeds of an evil clan controlled by Tung Fang Pu Pai, at the biennial meeting of all the clans.
Liu Cheng-feng (Ling Yun) a deputy leader of the Wu Yueh Clan, tired of the violence of sectarian warfare, decides to quit the martial world. However, his friendship with Chu Yang, a leader of the evil clan, causes suspicion and his wife and children are massacred by his fellow clansmen; but Liu Cheng-feng manages to escape the carnage, and flees to safety.
Ling Hu Chung (Wang Yu) of the Wu Yueh Sword Clan, one day rescues a nun, Yi Lin, harassment by a thief, Tieng Pai Kuang (Chen Hui-min). A fight ensues, resulting in the wounding of Ling Hu Chung, and Tieng runs off. The leader of Ling's clan later learns of and misinterprets the friendship between Ling Hu Chung and the nun, and angrily decides he must punish Ling.
Ling Hu Chung and Yi Lin one day follow the sounds of music, emanating from a spot nearby, and there find Liu Cheng-feng and Chu Yang playing music together. Their musical piece is called "The Proud One"; Liu Cheng-feng hands the musical score to Ling Hu Chung, telling him to give it to a person who understands music. Liu Cheng-feng and Chu Yang then, by mutual agreement, kill each other.
Ling Hu Chung goes back to his own clan, where he is accused by the leader, Yueh Pu Chun, of disobeying his clan's rules, and he is punished by being placed in solitary confinement in a cave for a year. By chance, Ling Hu Chung discovers secret writings on the cave walls, showing the best techniques of marital art, which Ling practices diligently. He leaves the cave after a year, but is unwilling to repent, and thus earns the displeasure of his elders.
Ling Hu Chung finally succeeds in finding a person who understands the music, and this person is Jen Ying Ying, a pretty girl whose father was once the leader of the evil sect but who was deposed by the rebel, Tung Fang Pu Pai, ten years previously. Ling gives the musical score to Ying Ying. The close friendship which develops between Ling Hu Chung and Ying Ying displeases certain members of Ling's clan, and Yueh Pu Chun is urged to expel him.
Ling Hu Chung, after managing to release Ying Ying's father from captivity, goes back to his own clan; there he learns that the majority of the clan's leaders have been killed by the thief Tieng Pai Kuang, on instructions given by Yueh Pu Chun. At the meeting which is then taking place to elect a supreme leader, Ling Hu Chung publicly exposes the murderous acts of Yueh Pu Chun, who had all along been in league with the evil sect.


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Black Magic 1975 DVDRip XviD - MDCOrient


Genres: Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Ku Feng
Tanny Tien Ni
Lily Li
Lo Lieh
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Hung Ko
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Production Manager: Chang Li-chu


An all-star cast of Shaw Brothers regulars mixes it up in the bone-chilling thriller Black Magic, directed by veteran fantasy-horror director Ho Meng Hua! Goo Fung is sorcerer Shan, who performs dark magic spells utilizing such fine ingredients as human blood, flayed skin, and severed heads. He's hired by gold-digging schemer Law Lit to enchant rich widow Luo Yin (Tien Ni), but Yin catches on and hires Shan for her own deed: to "persuade" studly construction worker Xu Nuo (Di Lung) into loving her! However, Xu Nuo's wife (Lily Lee Lai Lai) isn't too keen on Yin's trickery, and once she realizes Shan is behind everything, hires her own sorcerer (Koo Man Chung) to take on Shan. Gruesome effects and stomach-churning horror collide with forbidden sorcery and wicked love spells in Black Magic, an enjoyably sick and entertaining thriller from Shaw Brothers Studios!

Hsu Lo (Ti Lung), and Wang Chu-ying (Lily Li) are engaged to be married, but Lo Yin (Tanny Tien Ni), a sexy widow, makes a play for Hsu Lo. However, she is disappointed when Hsu Lo rejects her advances.
Liang Chia-chieh (Lo Lieh), seeks the help of a ‘Bomoh’ called San Kan-mi (Ku Feng) to cast a spell which will enable him to seduce Lo Yin. The spell works but Liang is killed by the Bomoh for failing to pay the promised price. When Lo Yin discovers how Liang has seduced her, she goes to the Bomoh to buy a spell which will win Hsu Lo’s heart. Hsu Lo develops a great liking for Lo Yin immediately after he has taken a love potion secretly prepared by the ‘Bomoh’. Naturally, Wang Chu-ying is very upset by the nonchalant attitude being adopted by Hsu Lo towards her. The magician not only schemes to kill Hsu Lo and Wang Chu-ying, but also plots to take advantage of Lo Yin while she is under his magical influence. As a last resort, Wang Chu-ying’s friends, Uncle Kuan and Wei Te-chin, go to get help from an old veteran Bomoh (Ku Wen-tsung), who subsequently heals both Hsu and Wang, and restores their old love for each other. San Kan-mi, the evil ‘Bomoh’, wants to take revenge on Hsu Lo when it dawns upon him that a greater magician has been called in to break his wicked power. Sang is killed before he can repeat his harmful spell on Hsu Lo.


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Long Road To Gallantry 1984 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Pai Piao
Hui Ying-hung
Ho Chia-chin
Rosamund Kwan / Rosamund Kwan Chi-lam
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Lung Yi-sheng
Director: Lung Yi-sheng
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Huang Chieh
Huang Wen-yun
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Te-chiang
Huang Chi-ming
Tsai Tsung-yung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Newly crowned queen of kung-fu films Hui Ying-hung, stars in Long Road To Gallantry, a rivetting swordswoman spectacle. Shaw Brothers' actress Lily Li teams up with one time kung-fu wonder boy Chen Kuan-tai in a quest to find a missing martial arts manual. It's new wave heroic bloodshed with new wave talent such as the upcoming Rosamund Kwan who went on to star in six Jet Li films.

After completing his training, roving swordsman Tu Meng-fei (Ho Chia-chin) chances to rescue a female pupil Mu Wan-erh (Rosamund Kwan) of the Mu Lung clan, and later, another girl Li Sai-nan (Hui Ying-hung) from underworld leader Leng Tien-lei (Lung Tien-chiang). Subsequently, Tu puts up in an inn with the financial help of Li. While moving around, he sees her drugged and taken away by Leng’s men again, and tails them up to the Tien Lei base, where he overhears a conversation about the Lengs; murder of a Li Mansion couple and the snatch of the first volume of their instruction manual years ago, with the second volume being snatched back by the owner’s brother (Pai Piao). Leng, who has now mastered the yin kung fu, is obviously looking for his daughter who was then lost and adopted by Ling Han-feng (Chen Kuan-tai) and his wife Chang Tien-yi (Yuan Chiu) of he Mu Ling clan.
While trying to rescue Li from a cell, Tu is accidentally hurt by Li’s poison missile directed at Leng. Li, who was brought up by her Uncle, promises to give him the antidote on condition that he help her take vengeance on Leng, and Li agrees.
The recuperated Meng comes to warn the Mu Lung clan of Leng’s attack when Leng has already beaten all of their men. Finally, the retired Ling Han-feng arrives and repulses Leng after exhausting all his energy. Before leaving, Leng intends to take away his long-lost daughter Wan, and though she refuses, the new Clan Chief Mu Ke-cheng (Teng Wei-hao) insists on expelling her.
Tu accompanies Wan and meets Li midway. Li is jealous and teases him. Wan leaves them and is captures by Leng’s men. Tu comes to her rescue but is poisoned by Leng while engaging in a fierce battle with him. Tu flees with Wan with the help of Li. After healing him with her family antidote, Li fools him into visiting her Uncle for further treatment. He threatens to kill Tu but releases him only after Li has Tu play her fiance. But when her Uncle later learns about Wan’s true identity, he forces Li to kill her.
Li challenges Wan to a duel when Meng arrives and injures her. Li’s Uncle intends to hurt Wan in his Mansion but is stopped by Li and Tu. Li’s Uncle offers to reconcile with Leng, and Leng agrees. Leng arrives to repent before the Lis’ ancestral shrine, after secretly laying an ambush, but is almost trapped. When Tu arrives with Mu Lung’s men, Leng and Li’s Uncle have both died, with Li and Wan suffering heavy injury. Li promises to treat Wan with her antidote if Tu agrees to marry Li, and Tu does. Li dies shortly after the wedding. Only then does Tu realize Li’s true love and decide to lead a wandering life.


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The Sword Of Swords 1968 DVDRip XviD - Lemon998


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Huang Tsung-shun
Ching Miao
Jimmy Wang Yu
Shu Pei-pei
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Cheng Kang
Kamber Wang
Director: Cheng Kang
Assistant Director: Huang Yuan-sheng
Cinematographer: Li Yu-tang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Jimmy Wang Yu had just exploded into superstardom as The One-armed Swordsman when he teamed with respected writer/director Cheng Kang for this tale of master martial artists vying for the title blade -- a "weapon of exceptional brilliance." And with legendary martial arts choreographers Lau Kar-leung and Tang Chia directing the action (and appearing as fighters), the result is a superb, flat-out adventure of intrigue, deception, abduction, and one battle after battle until it culminates in an amazing all-out slaughter.

Knight Mei Ling Chun owns the “sword of swords”, a weapon of exceptional brilliance. It happens that he accepts as his student a young man named Fang Shih-hsiung. Fang has saved the life of Mei’s daughter but with the intent of gaining his goodwill and seizing the coveted blade.
Mei lies dying; a fencing contest is held among his students to determine his successor. Fang is defeated by Ling Tseng Hsiao, Mei’s best pupil. The resentful Fang leaves for Shang Kwan Wu’s gang.
Fang later kidnaps Ling’s fiancee Pai Feng and holds her hostage for the sword. Pai manages to escape and she and Ling are wed.
A year goes by. After the birth of her son, Pai is taken prisoner by Shang during her husband’s absence. Ling tries to rescue her on his return but is maimed in the attempt. Meanwhile, his parents are slain by outlaws led by Fang. His aunt is also mortally wounded and dies after bringing his son to safety. Burying the bodies, Ling unearths the sword.
Ling heads for the Shang stronghold, falls into Fang’s trap, loses his blade and is wounded. Fang dumps Ling’s inert form in the woods but he survives and goes into hiding. Shang learns of his whereabouts and dispatches Ma Wu and Sun Chiu to kill him. Ma is slain instead and Sun begs Ling to spare his life. When Ling does so, the grateful Sun releases his wife.
In a final confrontation, Ling eliminates Fang and his entire gang in a bloody duel.


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Legends Of Lust 1972 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Genres: Erotic
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Tsung Hua
Wang Hsia
Betty Pei Ti
Liu Wu-chi
Liu Tan
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Wang Tao
Ma Fei
Cinematographer: Lin Hua-chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chou Fu-liang
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


With Legends of the Lust, a trilogy of bizarre, carnal bedtimes stories, director Li Han-hsiang pushes seals and label the envelope "warning, not for the faint of heart". These women aren't out to save the country but have sex because they're either sexual object for men (busty Bei Di in "The immoral Spouse") or they love sex (like hard-core newcomer Liu Wu-chi Iin "The Child groom and the fantasy fulfilling Hsai Wen in "The Cuckold").


1. The Cuckold
Kiln owner Tao San-hsing is old and decrepit; however, his wife, Tao Ching Shih enjoys youth, vigor and the amorous but immoral attentions of a neighboring blacksmith, one Wang Cheng-lung. The two practice various ingenious methods to maintain their secret tryst. But one night, after answering a call of nature, Tao San-hsing becomes suspicious of something he sees. After careful investigation he tries for himself, a hitherto unfailing method of deception used by the lovers. But the results bring him only ridicule and derogation.

2. The Child Groom
In accordance with an ancient custom of Honan Province, created for the purpose of domestic convenience, in which a female marriage partner would be expected to take over the house-hold duties of her young bridegroom’s family, as well as attend his childhood needs, a marriage is arranged between Kao Tien-te’s 8 year-old son and 24-year-old Han Pei-chin. On the first night of this particular marriage, Han and her former lover, Fan Erh-fu, force the innocent bridegroom to observe their love play. Finally, the youthful but no longer innocent boy is rescued, and the erring lovers receive their just deserts.

3. The Immoral Spouse
Elderly Teng Hung-fa’s wife, the desirable Ma Hsiang-lan, has for some time enjoyed clandestine affairs with various admire. Now she has lascivious thoughts about her husband’s servant, Kuo Tzu-hsiang. But fearing his master’s wrath and to dampen Ma’s ardor, he asks three things of her.
(1) To kill Teng’s beloved eagle in front of him;
(2) Pull a tuft from Teng’s much prized beard;
(3) To extract one of Teng’s teeth.
Having carried out these conditions, Ma finds Kuo is still reluctant to comply with her lustful needs. So in order to eliminate his fears and to assure herself of complete satisfaction with him, she exerts her feminine wiles and tricks Kuo into bold co-operation with her, in front of Teng Hung-fa.


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The Fastest Sword 1968 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chu Ching
Lu Ping
Kao Feng
Han Chiang
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Pan Lei
Director: Pan Lei
Assistant Director: Yau Chin-chung
Cinematographer: Hung Ching-yun
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Shen Yik-kong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chow Tze-liang
Make-up: Wen Chau


Pan Lei both wrote and directed this Chinese variation of The Gunfighter, Henry King’s famous 1950 film about a persecuted fast-draw expert. Naturally, here, there’s no pistols, only blades, as a great “swordfighter” learns humility after he is defeated by a master martial arts monk. But his reputation always precedes him, leading to danger, destruction, challenges, cruelty, kidnapping, and killing. Pan Lei would also go on to a certain “new wave” fame, as the writer of two of Jackie Chan’s earliest starring roles: New Fist Of Fury and Spiritual Kung Fu.

Famed swordsman Ting Meng-hao has no peer until the day he meets a monk who defeats him and makes him his disciple. After three years, Ting resumes his old way of life and is provoked into a duel with Golden Sword gang member Pi Chen-wen, whom he kills. The remorseful Ting retires to Liu Manor to work as a mason for Liu Ta-hu.
When Liu Manor is attacked by bandits, the villagers think Ting is somehow involved. Hsiao-ching, daughter of the manor’s owner, persuades the angry knight not to leave the place.
Pi Shao-tang, leader of the Golden Sword gang, confronts Ting to avenge his slain son Pi Chen-wen. When Ting explains that he’s given up dueling, the cruel Pi nonetheless attacks him. With Ting’s life in the balance, Chiu Yi-hsing appears and saves him.
But Chiu in turn challenges Ting upon learning his identity. Ting is still reluctant to fight but is forced to take action when Chiu destroys his shop and abducts Hsiao-ching. In the evening duel, no spectators are permitted. With the fight over, they dash to the scene of the clash to find both swordsmen lying in a pool of blood.
Chiu is slain in the encounter but Ting is merely wounded and leaves to join his sweetheart Hsiao-ching, away from knights only too eager to challenge his reputation.


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Black Magic 2 1976 2Audio DVDRip XviD - CG


Genres: Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Tanny Tien Ni
Lily Li
Lo Lieh
Lin Wei-tu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuen Cheung-yan
Production Manager: Chen Lieh


In this mind-blowing sequel to the Shaw Brothers' huge horror hit, it's Zombigeddon! Mysterious zombies run amok while baffled doctors try to find out why. The zombies vomit, melt, spontaneously combust, explode and may be abducting the local lady folk. While the doctors look for a natural cause, the real cause appears to be supernatural.

A young Singaporean doctor, Shi Chen-sheng (Lin Wei-tu) is puzzled by the strange symptoms of his patients, and so he asks his Hong Kong friend, Dr. Chi Chung-ping (Ti Lung) to come to Singapore to help diagnose the diseases. Upon arrival in Singapore, Dr. Chi and his wife Li Tsui-ling (Tanny Tien Ni) scoff at Dr. Shi’s suggestion that the symptoms could be caused by black magic. However, Dr. Shi is correct.
A certain middle-aged man, Kang Chung (Lo Lieh), who is a black magician, has turned a number of victims into zombies by means of his evil witchcraft – the men to serve as his lackeys, the women as his mistresses. Chang Ta-nien (Frankie Wei Hung) pays Kang Chung a large sum of money to gain his help in winning the love of a beautiful woman, Hung Wa (Terry Liu). The cunning black magician, who is the creator of Hung Wa, causes Chang to die after having sex with her. Kang Chung has been attracted by the beauty of Dr. Shi’s wife, Margaret (Lily Li), and so he uses black magic to make her abnormal, both physically and mentally – the first stage of winning over her body and soul. Dr. Chi and his wife are sceptical about the idea of Margaret having been the victim of black magic. Mrs Chi even offers herself as a guinea-pig to prove whether or not there is such a thing as black magic. Dr. Shi then promises to give Kang Chung US$10,000 if he can cast a magic spell on Mrs Chi. The black magician proves his power by making Mrs Chi behave in a very peculiar manner, and the delirious Mrs Chi will die in 24 hours if no antidote is given to her. Fortunately for her, the timely arrival of a kind-hearted old super black magician saves her life. Her grateful husband also receives from this good black magician a charm, with which to defeat the wicked black magician, Kang Chung. Meanwhile, Kang Chung has caused his victim, Margaret, to come to his house, followed by her husband, Dr. Shi. Next, Dr. Chi rushes into the black magician’s house, where he fights Kang Chung using black magic against black magic. This affords the exciting climax of the movie.


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Vengeful Beauty 1977 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Lo Lieh
Chen Ping
Hsu Shao-chiang
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Chua Lam
Wu Tien


Martial arts film addicts should be happy with The Vengeful Beauty. As both a female revenge film and a flying guillotine actioner, the film is a winning combination of genre goodness for those who like bloody, ball-busting action with a sexy female lead. Chen Ping (The Sexy Killer) is Qiu Yan, a martial arts expert who discovers her husband murdered by the Emperor's flying guillotine assassins. Though stronger than their leader (Law Lit), she escapes to protect her unborn child, and later teams up with former flying guillotine assassin Norman Tsui and fellow martial artist Ngok Wah to exact revenge. The Vengeful Beauty features bloody martial arts action and an abundance of attackers sent to their doom via Chen Ping's furious fists. Fans of director Ho Heng Hua's The Flying Guillotine should be intrigued by this film, which shares some of the same characters - not to mention the same flying guillotines - as that fan-favorite genre classic.


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Swift Sword 1980 DVDRip XviD - YYddr


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Ling Yun
Lily Li
Lo Lieh
Niu Niu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Cinematographer: Yu Chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Tang Te-chiang
Original Story: Chin Yung
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Bestselling novelist Jin Yong's excellent wuxia novel The Sword Stained With Royal Blood gets adapted for the big screen in Swift Sword, a pulse-pounding swordplay adventure directed by Ho Meng Hua. Ling Yun portrays Bai Yi Ping, a man on a mission to wipe out as many members of a rival family as possible. His reason? They're responsible for the vicious rape and murder of his beloved sister, and Yi Ping is out for justice! Blinded by rage, he goes so far as to abduct one of their own, a girl named Qiu Xia (Lily Li). It's all a ploy to lure her father (Lo Lieh) out in the open, but to Yi Ping's surprise, he soon finds himself falling for his captive prisoner, a turn of events that spurs him to give up his plan for vengeance. Although the two quickly fall in love, it's no surprise that her family is furious at the match. A confrontation ensues, and Yi Ping ends up at the bottom of a cliff, his final fate unknown.
The villains abscond with Yi Ping's prized treasure map, the one he'd hoped would lead him to some gold that he could use to support his fellow countrymen in their attempts to fend off the barbarian invasions. Later, General Xiao Yong (Wong Yue, from Dirty Ho) arrives on the scene and discovers Yi Ping's final fate. A quest for the gold ensues, but little does Xiao Yong realize that one of his compatriots, Leng Ning Zhi (Esther Niu Niu) is masquerading as a man and looking to take the treasure for her own family! Will she succeed? And what will happen when the title weapon is unsheathed? These answers and more lie in Swift Sword, an action-packed martial arts epic that effortlessly translates Jin Yong's popular novel to the cinema!

To avenge the deaths of his parents and sister, Pai Yi-peng (Ling Yun), a crack swordsman, kills many members of the Leng family and vows to wipe out the others. He takes Leng Chiu-hsia (Lily Li) as hostage, but when he defends himself against the pursuing Leng brothers, Chiu-hsia begs mercy for her father. Pai relents, and is himself severely hurt.
Chiu-hsia feels responsible for his wounds. She tends him and romance blossoms. Her father Leng Ju-feng (Lo Lieh) knows that Pai possesses a map of hidden treasure, and offers him the hand of his daughter. Once they are married, Leng drugs Pai and cripples him, but Pai will still not reveal the site of the treasure and the Leng brothers fling him down a precipice.
He survives. Hsia Hou Hsiao-tung (Wang Yu) comes upon the crippled Pai in his cave retreat. He absorbs Pai's sophisticated fighting skills, and undertakes to travel to Nanking to recover the treasure to hand it over for war relief. On his way, he meets Ling-tzu (Niu Niu) without knowing she is Pai's daughter.
The Leng brothers discover Pai's hideout by spying on Ling-tzu. But the crippled Pai helps the young couple to over- come the Lengs, and the gold is finally safely escorted to the disaster area.


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The Dragon Missile 1976 DVDrip XVID - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Liu Yung
Yen Nan-hsi
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Yuen Cheung-yan
Production Manager: Chen Lieh


Lo Lieh (1939 - 2002) was one of the first Hong Kong martial arts stars to go international. Popular in the 1970s, his King Boxer in 1972 became one of the 10 highest grossing films in the world, paving his way to join Hollywood even before Bruce Lee. Lo joined the Shaw Brothers Studio in 1962, and made over 80 films in his acting career. Among them is The Dragon Missile (1978), directed by famous Shaw Brothers director Ho Meng Hua and written by Ni Kuang, who later became extremely popular with his sci-fi novels.
Lo Lieh stars as a bodyguard who kills a herbal doctor to obtain the "longevity ivy" to cure his evil master's disease. The doctor's brother (Lau Wing) steals the magical plant from this bodyguard, unveiling a fierce battle between the good and the evil... Apart from demonstrating dazzling fighting scenes, the film also features an obscure weapon which is the most destructive device one can ever imagine.


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The Golden Buddha 1966 DVDRip DivX - qwerzz


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Paul Chang Chung
Lo Wei
Fanny Fan
Jeanette Lin Tsui
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shih Wei
Director: Lo Wei
Assistant Director: Chang Chih-pei
Cinematographer: Tung Shao-yung
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Director Lo Wei (of Bruce Lee film fame) helms The Golden Buddha, a 1966 Shaw Brothers film that emulates the popular James Bond films of the era. Paul (Zhang Chong) is a businessman who gets caught up in an international espionage plot when he accidentally switches briefcases with a friend aboard a Singapore-bound plane. The friend turns up dead, and Paul discovers a small Golden Buddha inside the briefcase that contains a set of instructions. The instructions are only one of three parts, the other two being held in similar Golden Buddhas by Lo Wei (doing double duty as actor and director) and Lin Cui. When combined, the three Buddhas will lead the bearers to a buried treasure. But the nefarious Skeleton Gang is after the Buddhas, along with a buxom femme fatale (Fannie Fan) who isn't above showing a little skin to get her way. Luckily, Paul knows kung-fu, so the bad guys had better watch out! Filled with gorgeous international locations, exciting chases, and some straight-out-of-a-Bond-movie bad guys, The Golden Buddha is a campy, delightful adventure that can charm and entertain even today!

En route to Singapore, insurance agent Paul Chang meets friend Chen Chung-chiang who is returning to Bangkok. Upon arrival in Bangkok, Chen Chung-chiang leaves the plane, taking with him by mistake Paul’s briefcase, leaving his own behind. Engine trouble keeps Paul overnight in Bangkok.
Finding a small box containing a golden Buddha in the briefcase, Paul decides to return it to Chung-chiang. On entering the latter’s deserted house, Paul comes across a corpse. A note on a table written - Deliver the Golden Buddha to Chen Chung-tai and Chen Mei-lan…
Closer inspection of the briefcase reveals a letter to Chen Chung-chiang from Chen Chung-tai which says all clues to the recovery of the heirloom are kept in the three golden Buddhas. Screwing up and Paul makes the Buddha open into two equal parts. A secret message in Thai is found. Paul goes to a tattoo shop to have the message tattooed on his leg, then he files it away.
The next morning, he is ordered by two men dressed as policemen to leave the hotel with the briefcase. He is knocked out and the briefcase taken. On board a train looking for Chen Chung-tai who meets a girl who identifies herself as Chen Mei-lan. Paul doesn’t want to be tricked again and the girl walks off sensing he is suspicious of her.
The badly bruised Chung-tai urges Paul to look for his sister Mei-lan. He learns from Mei-lan that the Golden Buddha was buried with her mother. Exhuming the body, they find the Buddha missing. They manage to retrieve it in a nightclub but are both kidnapped soon after. The kidnappers try to force Paul to reveal the secret of the Buddha, but fail. The couple is locked up in a dungeon and meet an injured Chen Chung-tai. Paul subdues the guards and they escape by a secret passage; the three then piece together their separate pieces of information and the exact location of the Chen heirloom is discovered. In pursuit of the escapees, Chung-tai is shot dead. Paul and Mei-lan rush to a temple to grab the heirloom. The gangsters catch up and capture them. The ringleader turns out to be the real Chen Chung-tai. Paul and he struggle desperately. Scattered jewels on the ground tempt the other thugs to join the fray. Chen Chung-tai attempts to escape on hearing the police siren but is felled by Mei-lan. He is arrested.


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The Mighty One 1971 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ivy Ling Po
Ling Yun
Lu Ping
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Hsu Tien-jung
Director: Joseph Kuo
Cinematographer: Lin Tsan-ting
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Musical Director: Chou Fu-liang
Art Director / Set: Chen Hsiao-kuai
Martial Arts Instructor: Wu Min-hsiung


The famed Ivy Ling Po (Temple Of The Red Lotus) stars as a mysterious swordswoman dedicated to keeping the five volume “Five Generations Fighting Methods” kung-fu manual out of evil-doers’ hands. She joins Ling Yun, star of The Iron Buddha, who plays a hero known only as the Roving Knight to fight, train, then fight again -- facing such characters as The Six-Armed Giant and The 1000-Cut in this action-packed adventure.

Yen Tai-shu, the Chief Monk, his daughter and two disciples, Hsiang Kuei and Yun Chu have their peace rudely interrupted by Lung Wu-tien and his gang who demand a copy of "Five Generations Fighting Methods."- a five-part volume. In the ensuing fight, the Chief Monk and his daughter are killed, and his two disciples wounded. During the ten years that follow, Lung Wu-tien studies his stolen volumes, and though he becomes an expert swordsman, he is not invinsible because he only possesses three of the volumes. After further years of searching, Lung Wu-tien is still unable to find the two missing volumes. When a member of his gang assaults a woman, her husband enlists the help of a roving Knight. Time and time again. Lung Wu-tien's efforts are frustrated by the sudden intervention of the same mysterious Knight who is joined by Kan Su-fan, a swordswoman. When he is wounded, she helps him and teaches him new fighting tactics. Though he suspects his ally is a woman, he is unaware of her identity. In a final duel, Lung Wu-tien is fatally wounded by the roving Knight. Before he dies, he learns that the Knight is Hsiang Kuei, and that he and Kan Su-fan are the two surviving disciples of Yen, the Chief Monk, of 15 years ago. Their reunion is confused but joyful.


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Tropicana Interlude 1969 DVDRip XviD - YLTD


Genres: Musical, Romance
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Essie Lin Chia
Lily Li
Lin Chong
Producer: Runme Shaw
Director: Shih Ma-shan
Assistant Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Cinematographer: Yoshio Mamiga
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Hsu Chao-lin
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Yasuhiro Otsuru
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Yoshiko Kobayashi
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Chin Shu-mei
Wen Hai


Take a vacation with sexy Lily Ho and Jimmy Lin Chong. They operate a travel agency specializing in Southeast Asian holidays, and many a school mistress and her charges have been charmed during their Tropicana Interludes. Lin Chong wears his trademark Nehru suits, tours the scenic sights of Malaysia and Singapore, and warbles a half-dozen hit tunes, making this one of Shaw Brothers most lively 1960’s musical romances.

Ping Chien-jen, an industrialist's son, returns to Singapore from Italy where he studied music. His father is enraged when the boy refuses to work in the family's factory and joins his girlfriend Su Yung-lan as a tourist guide.
Ping's first assignment is to escort visiting teacher Tung Hsein-yun and her four girl pupils around the island. Su is jealous because Tung is young and pretty. To further complicate matters, Ping's father's friend Liang Mao-fu falls for Tung.
Tung's pupil Li Ai-yung is fond of Ping but her feelings are not reciprocated. In frustration she flirts with strangers and when Ping steps in, a brawl ensues. Ping is jailed for assault but his father bails him out. After a good talking to from the old man, Ping quits his family. Then he loses his job and he and Su start their own travel bureau. They manage to secure the patronage of the teacher and her students.
Ping takes them to Malaysia and they're later joined by Liang and Su. Li persists in foisting her unwelcome attentions on Ping while Tung tells him of her love for Liang. They are overheard by Su who misinterprets the conversation as their love talk. She's about to leave when she learns she's made a mistake.
The two couples prepare to wed. Li hears the news and makes an abortive suicide bid. Su takes pity on her and accepts the lovelorn girl as her "sister" to compensate for Li's failure in romance.


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Valley Of The Fangs 1970 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Wang Hsia
Lo Lieh
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Wang Po-yi
Director: Cheng Chang-ho
Assistant Director: Chang Ching-po
Cinematographer: He Lan-shan
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Wang Po-yi


Lo Lieh (1939 - 2002) was one of the first Hong Kong martial arts stars to go international. Popular in the 1970s, his King Boxer in 1972 became one of the 10 highest grossing films in the world, paving his way to join Hollywood even before Bruce Lee. Lo joined the Shaw Brothers Studio in 1962, and made over 80 films in his acting career. Among them is Valley of The Fangs, directed by Korean-born Shaw Brothers director Chung Chang Wha (often credited as Cheng Chang Ho). The film sees some dazzling fighting scenes between Lo Lieh and famous Shaw Brothers stars Li Ching and Wang Hsieh. The story of Valley of The Fangs details how a righteous swordsman protects the wife and daughter of a falsely imprisoned court official, escorting the two women to the imperial city to appeal to the emperor.


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Lady With A Sword 1971 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Wang Hsia
Nan Kung-hsun / Nan Hsi-hsun
Po Chin-hsien
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Kao Pao-shu
Assistant Director: Chang Chih-pei
Chen Yung-li
Cinematographer: Chang Hsin
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling


In 1971, director Gao Bao Shu collaborated with top actress of the day Lily Ho for Lady With A Sword. Popular sci-fi novelist Ni Kuang, who wrote hundreds of scripts for martial arts epics in the late 60s including Chang Cheh's classic One-Armed Swordsman, was responsible for the story. The film co-stars martial artists like Nan Gong Xun and Wong Hap. Lily Ho delivers a memorable performance as a heroic swordswoman trying to capture her elder sister's killer, only to discover the culprit is none other than her fiancé.


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The Scandalous Warlord 1979 DVDRip XviD - HanStyle


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Linda Chu
Shirley Yu
Shaw Yin-yin
Hu Chin
Chin Huang
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Applauded director Li Han-hsiang was one of few directors that made softporn acceptable by mainstream audiences using the thematic device of “sex on a mission” cynicism , suggesting that sex was the ultimate power . In the sex comedy The Scandalous Warlord , the true power behind the country’s many warlords were the prostitutes thar these men would routinely visit. Therefore , the power in this film lays in the hands of the sassy Shirley Yu and the titillating Shaw Yin-yin.

In the Chinese Revolutionary Period, there were many Warlords occupying different parts of China in the north. They possessed large troops of army and declared themselves as the in-charge of their demilitarised areas. As these warlords proclaimed themselves to be the righteous, impartial and intelligent rulers but, in fact, most of them were from the rural classes with little education. Therefore, there arouse many funny incidents for instance, Warlord Fung was one of the examples.
The secretary of Warlord Fung informed the latter that taxations could not be derived from the prostitutes as they were not well registered. So, the Warlord made an investigation into the largest brothel of the town and there, he met the Warlord of the north, Warlord Wu, who was dating a famous prostitute who later became the concubine of Warlord Fung.
In fact, the Warlord wished to be famous for his impartialness, righteousness and wisdom, especially in the detrimental to moral cases. Coincidently, there happened a raped case in which the lady – Ngan Bo – prosecuted her brother-in-law who raped her by force. Warlord Fung, by his wisdom, punished the defendant – Mui Yau Sum – for forty paddles on his back-side. Ngan Bo was put aside by her husband but was compensated with two hundred gold dollars by Warlord Fung who, in fact, had an intension. As the Warlord knew Ngan Bo’s sister Kim Bo was a prostitute and Ngan Bo had to reside with her, so, Ngan Bo would reside in the brothel as well and he might visit them at his leisure.
In another case, the concubines of Warlord Fung made love to his following officers on the birthday of his father. One couple even wished to escape from his ruling area but was discovered by the Warlord who then ordered immediate arrest of the two. As they were brought to his presence, the concubine protested that she often felt lonely which inspired her to run away with her lover. The Warlord, feeling guilty of self-consciousness, pitied on his concubine and excused her. He further declared to his other concubines that they would be excused provided they had found their true lovers and promised them their marriage. Thus, many couples revealed their secret affairs. The Warlord even resembled the Holy father who in-charged of the marriage ceremony. Immediate after the marriage ceremony, the Warlord ordered every bridge entered a private room in which he impured them and gave every bridegroom a color hat afterwards.
In the end, the army of the Warlord mutinied against him who was later shot dead. In fact, it was not until the Northern Expedition that all warlords of China were excavated.


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The Goddess Of Mercy 1967 PROPER DVDRip XviD - iLS


Genres: Period Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Li-hua
Kim Song-ho
Kim Jin-kyu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Wang Liu-chao
Director: Shin Sang-okk
Lim Wong-sik
Assistant Director: Min Ta-chun
Cinematographer: Tung Shao-yung
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Tsao Nien-lung
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Zhou Lan-ping
Lyrics: Chen Di-ye


With her elegant classic persona, Li Li-hua was the ideal performer for period aristocratic and imperial roles. The Goddess Of Mercy is a good example of her strong empathy and noble presence. The youngest daughter of a brutal king, the princess openly disapproves of the floggings and cruel treatment her royal family heaps on the peasants. As a result, the heartless king turns on his own daughter forcing her into exile. This humanistic tale will inspire and hearten even the most cynical viewer.

In the last years of the Chow Dynasty, King Miao Chuang of Tien Chu a Western Barbarian state, invades Pi Lu Kuo. His army leaves the country devastated.
The Queen has three princesses, Miao Yin, Miao Yuan and Miao Shan. Princess Miao Shan, a compassionate creature, disapproves of the behaviors of her two brothers-in-law who oppress the people.
Standing by her mother’s side to greet the return of the King and his victorious army, Princess Miao Shan almost breaks down over the cruel flogging of prisoners.
Princess Miao Shan fails to persuade King Miao Chuang to show the prisoners mercy. She then appeals to General Wei Hu, but again without success. Seeing the prisoners in the pouring rain, Princess Miao Shan orders the guards to let them take shelter in the temple.
Inside the temple, the princess feeds and nurses the captives. Prince Ming Cheng who is one of the captured, advices her not to worry too much about them, as the people of her own country are not much better off than the prisoners.
The next day, Miao Shan, while visiting a slum, runs into Yung Lien a young girl who has no money to bury her father. She makes her a palace maid.
Infuriated by the words of the captured Prince, the King orders Wei Hu to have Ming Cheng beheaded. Though an admired of Princess Miao Shan, Wei Hu dares not disobey. As the blood of the beheaded Prince spurts upwards, the sky darkens. This chills the heart of Wei Hu.
The sympathetic Princess is sentenced to hard labor. As a precaution, the King orders all but wounded prisoners beheaded. This is something even Wei Hu cannot stand. He joins the Princess and the two escort the prisoners across the border. Wei Hu who willingly stays behind, is arrested.
Crossing a narrow mountain path, the Princess and the prisoners find themselves trapped between a river and the pursuing army. As she kneels to pray, a storm turns her sash into a bridge spanning the river. This terrifies the King. The King sends Wei Hu across the river with his army and orders the General to burn down the Buddhist temple built by the Princess. Another miracle sends the flames rolling away from the temple.
At the request of her sick mother, the Princess returns to the palace. The King wants to arrest her but she is rescued by Wei Hu. The king falls ill. The Imperial Doctor says only a medicine made of the two eyes and hands of the Princess can save his life. The Princess obliges and the King is saved. The Princess is then transformed into the goddess of “a thousand hands” and is taken to Heaven by Buddha.


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The Bride From Hell 1971 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Period Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Margaret Hsing Hui
Yang Fang / Yang Feng
Carrie Ku Mei
Lei Ming
Scriptwriter: Hsu Tien-jung
Director: Chou Hsu-chiang
Assistant Director: Chen Chin-tang
Cinematographer: Hsu Tei-li / Hsu Te-li
Editing: Sung Ming
Art Director / Set: Wang I-chao
Make-up: Mai Feng-chun
Production Manager: Tung Yuet-chun
Costume: Chen San-mei
Props: Hu Yu-lin


A precursor to the fabulous horror-romances of eighties Hong Kong Cinema glory, The Bride From Hell is an atmospheric foray into Chinese Ghost Story territory by the visionary Shaw Brothers studios! Yunpeng (Yang Fan) and his servant stay at a country inn one dark evening to escape potential robbers and ghosts. But Yunpeng chances into something far more dangerous! He accidentally happens upon the comely Anu (Xing Hui) naked in bed, and to make up for his rudeness he has to marry her! Because of her beauty, the request is not too difficult to fulfill...until she is introduced to his aunts and uncles, who notice her ghastly green glow and deduce that she's a spirit from the netherworld! But there's something even darker about her appearance, and it may be revenge on his in-laws! Horror, romance, and even a few laughs collide in the aptly-titled Shaw Brothers film, The Bride From Hell!

Nieh Yun-peng, a young merchant, marries Feng Ai-chiao, who is possessed by the ghost of Feng A-nu, a girl who was murdered 20 years ago. Ta Huo-tzu, servant of Nieh Yun-peng, marries Wei Yin-erh, servant of Feng Ai-chiao.
The help of Tai I Shan Jen is sought to exorcize the ghost from Feng Ai-chiao. Although not convinced his wife is possessed, Nieh Yun-peng is instructed to protect himself from ghosts by spraying a mouthful of human blood over the ghost’s face.
In truth, Feng A-nu was killed by Nieh Jen-hou, uncle of Nieh Yun-peng, and Chin Ju-shan. The ghost of Feng A-nu has appeared in Feng Ai-chiao to take revenge. Chin Ju-shan and Nieh Jen-hou go to Feng A-nu’s grave to open it and see what is inside, but nothing is found. By this time Nieh Yun-peng and Ta Huo-tzu suspect their wives might be possessed.
Feng Ai-chiao captures the spirit of Chin Ju-shan and keeps it inside a fan. When one day her husband uses the fan, she becomes overly excited and the ghost within her appears. Nieh Yun-peng unsuccessfully attempts to use a charm against the ghost. Recalling the advice of spraying blood, he tries this. The ghost disappears and Feng Ai-chiao regains her beauty.
Ta Huo-tzu copies his master’s action and sprays his wife with blood. As she is not possessed, the only result is her anger. Now that the ghost of Feng A-nu has been exorcized, Nieh Yun-peng and Feng Ai-chiao, as well as Ta Huo-tzu and his wife, can lead a happy life.


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The Twin Swords 1965 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ivy Ling Po
Chin Ping
Jimmy Wang Yu
Fung Bo-bo
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shen Chiang
Director: Hsu Cheng-hung
Assistant Director: Shen Chiang
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


A sequel to the box-office success Red Lotus Temple (1965), The Twin Swords (1966) continues the story of the original about a couple (Jimmy Wang and Chin Ping) trying to save the Red Lotus Temple. These two films marked the rise of two very important figures in Hong Kong cinema: Chang Cheh and Jimmy Wang. Chang Cheh joined the Shaw Brothers in the early 1960s as a playwright. His directorial debut The Butterfly Chalice (1965) was not entirely successful. The Shaw Brothers thus asked Chang to collaborate with cinematographer-turned-director Hsu Cheng Hung on Red Lotus Temple and The Twin Swords, and these two well-made titles have prepared Chang for his later success with the 1967 movie One-armed Swordsman, also starring Jimmy Wang. As for Jimmy Wang, he quickly rose to fame with his performance in this series before establishing a prominent image of the masculine swordsman. The success of this second episode The Twin Swords led to a third episode to the Red Lotus Temple series, titled The Sword And The Lute.

Kwei Wu and wife Lien Chu emerge from several months’ exile and make their way to Red Lotus Temple where they see several women being abducted. They decide to trail the kidnappers.
Red Lotus Temple has been taken over by the gangsters as an operational base. They had earlier been routed by Kan Lung and his men and have since been hiding in the temple plotting revenge. The temple is heavily guarded by all sorts of contraptions. The moment the curious youngsters break in, Lien Chu is trapped. In desperation, she urges husband Kwei Wu to rush back to Kan Chia Pao for help.
The gangsters lying in ambush let Kwei Wu get away, knowing he is after reinforcements from the Kans. Returning to the imprisoned Lien Chu, the gangsters are astonished by her disappearance. She is rescued by real monks through a secret passage. She is told many other monks are still kept in a dungeon. She tries to break away in order to rescue them later. Unfortunately, she is trapped again in the Scripture Hall. Thrown into an iron cage, her chance of escape is remote.
Having listened to Kwei Wu’s story, Kan Lung sends Tu Chuang to make a check at the temple. There in the Scripture Hall, he spots the helpless Lien Chu. But he is killed by a shower of arrows.
While Kan Lung is waiting for Tu Chuang’s return, the victim’s head is hurled into Kan’s courtyard. All except the aging Auntie immediately set out to save Lien Chu. But Kwei Wu is left behind as Kan Lung distrusts him. They fight their way through to the temple. As they rush toward the Scripture Hall where Lien Chu is caught, another contraption is used to trap the whole family. The gangsters now begin to blow poisonous gas into the hall in an attempt to kill them all.
Luckily, Kwei Wu manages to get away from Kan Chia Pao and returns to the temple to join the rescue mission. There he discovers the method of operating the contraptions, and releases everyone. All break into tears when they find a girl resembling Lien Chu dead. Kan Ling quickly discovers what’s happened. The corpse is not Lien Chu’s. Under torture, the robbers reveal that Lien Chu has already been rescued by Scarlet Maid.
After a few days of nursing and treating Lien Chu’s wound, Scarlet Maid escorts her back to Kan Chia Pao which has been raided by the robbers.
As they leave to the temple, Tsung Yen the ringleader engages them in another violent battle. Thanks to the timely arrival of Scarlet Maid, the ringleader is defeated. Scarlet Maid now divulges that Tsung Yen was actually the murderer of Kwei Wu is searching for. To ensure the destruction of the bandits, the temple is set afire.


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The Venus Tear Diamond 1971 DVDRip XviD - YLTD


Genres: Musical, Comedy, Romance
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Li Kun
Ling Yun
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Inoue Umetsugu
Director: Inoue Umetsugu
Assistant Director: Wu Shih
Ku Sheng-chih
Cinematographer: Togru Watanabe
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Tatsuya
Make-up: Lin Mu
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: San Mei


The photogenic star pairing of Ling Yun and Lily Ho gets the spotlight in the delightful caper/comedy/musical The Venus Tear Diamond! Legendary jewel thieves "Nocturnal Earl" (Ling Yun) and "Fragrant Night" (Lily Ho) are set on a collision course for destiny when both arrive in Japan to get their hands on the famous "Venus Tear Diamond." But sparks fly between the jewel thieves and the two fall instantly in love, without knowing that their beloved is after the very jewel each is seeking! To make matters worse, the diamond is in the possession of a randy widow who has her eye on the debonair male thief, and there's even a mystery man interested in the widow, too. Who's going to get the Venus Tear Diamond, and will it mean the end to a perfect love? Director Inoue Umetsugu was the Shaw Brothers studio's top gun for light musical comedy, and he brings his pitch-perfect touch to the playful cat-and-mouse flirtations of The Venus Tear Diamond!

A rich widow from Hong Kong, Lily Lin, owner of the Venus’ Tear Diamond, goes to Japan closely followed by girl-thief, Chen Ai-lin (Lily Ho), nicknamed “Ye Lai Hsiang,” and her female accomplice, Li Chia-ni. They plan to steal the gem. By chance, they meet the handsome Wang Pei-shan and two notorious thieves, Chang Chin-ling (“The Nocturnal Earl”) and his partner Peter Liu, who unknown to them, are on the same mission. But Ai-lin is the first to discover where the diamond is hidden. She steals it, and replaces it with a fake, which is in turn stolen by Chin-ling. Because of his affection for Ai-lin, Ching-ling at first does not suspect her, but later discovers that he has the fake stone. After Lily Lin reports the theft to the police, the chase is on. Wang Pei-shan discloses to everyone that he is an insurance company detective, working on Lily’s behalf, and has already replaced the real gem with a fake one for safety reasons. Ai-lin again tries to steal the real diamond, and makes her bid for it at a party. She is successful.
Later, a repentant Chin-ling proposes to return the diamond to its owner. Moved by his changed ways, Ai-lin makes up her mind to lead an honest life and to share it with Chin-ling.


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Executioners From Shaolin 1976 DVDRip XviD - CG


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Chen Kuan-tai
Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Lily Li
Lo Lieh
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Cinematographer: Lo Yun-cheng
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Production Manager: Hsieh Chih


Lau Ka Leung's powerful directing skills and choreographic expertise gave the perfect opportunity to Chan Koon Tai to display his martial arts magic. Critics praised this Liu Chia-liang (a.K.a. Lau Kar-leung) version of the Shaolin destruction and revenge epic, calling it the preeminent kung-fu director's greatest on the theme of history, martial arts, and family. Little wonder, since it also shows how Liu's own family style of kung-fu, Hung Fist, was created. There are unforgettable sequences throughout: highlighted by a honeymoon kung-fu contest and no less than three titanic confrontations with the traitorous White-Browed Hermit. The critics were right: Liu has out-done himself...as usual!
Chan plays Hong Xi Guan, a Shaolin fighter who thirsts for revenge after many of his fellow Shaolin and the temple he belongs to are destroyed by the vicious monk Bai Mei. Facing gigantic odds, is there any way for Hong to overcome his seemingly unbeatable adversary?


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The Boxer's Omen 1983 DVDRip XviD - KamuiX


Genres: Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Lung-wei
Kao Fei
Lin Hsiao-yen
Wei Chia-wen
Hsu Chin-chiang
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Tsao Hui-chi
Lin Yun-kun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Su Chen-kuo
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ma Kuang-yung
Martial Arts Instructor: Lu Tsun
Chu Ke-yung
Original Story: Kuei Chih-hung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Having cut his teeth on such excellent thrillers such as Hex, Hex After Hex and Corpse Mania, director Kuei Chih-hung pulls out all stops in the vastly under-rated The Boxer's Omen which was ambitiously shot in three countries: Hong Kong, Thailand and Nepal. The horror of Thai black magic mixes with the theme of vengeance in this story of Chen Hsiung (Kao Fei) whose desire to avenge his brother's defeat at the hands of boxer Pa Po (Yang Shih) leads him to a brush with the supernatural.

To avenge his brother Chen Wei (Wang Lung-wei) crippled by a southern boxer Pa Po (Yang Shih), Chen Hsiung (Kao Fei) comes to the South to challenge him. Then an unknown force takes him to a temple where he is told to stay to become a monk to learn magical powers to fight a magician for Priest Ching Chao , who is supposed to be his twin in the last life, to avert a disaster for himself. He completes his practice and beats the monk's foe.
After returning to Hong Kong, Chen has an affair with his girlfriend Mi Mi (Wei Chia-wen) and loses his powers without knowing it. Though he beats Pa Po in boxing, he begins to vomit and suffer badly when a spell is cast by a witch created by the magician's pupils over Priest Ching Chao. He returns to the temple to seek guidance and is told to get the "golden ashes" of a body from a temple in a mountain stats. While there, he is attacked by the witch. What will happen to him?


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Temple of the Red Lotus 1965 DVDRip XviD - YO!


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chin Ping
Jimmy Wang Yu
Fung Bo-bo
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shen Chiang
Director: Hsu Cheng-hung
Assistant Director: Shen Chiang
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


The classic Shaw Brothers martial arts film Temple of the Red Lotus introduced audiences to Jimmy Wang Yu, a skinny young kid who would one day become the star of the One-Armed Swordsman and Chinese Boxer films! Wu (Jimmy Wang Yu) journeys to meet his bride-to-be Lian Chu (Chin Ping), but his future in-laws are constantly under attack by the vicious Red Lotus Sect. What Wu doesn't realize is that his future family belongs to a gang of ruthless bandits warring with the Red Lotus Sect, and there is a price for knowing their identity. Wu wants out, and wishes to take Lian Chu with him, but to get out he has to defeat each member of the family one by one! And even if he gets out, what of the Red Lotus Sect? And who is the mysterious Red Lady Sword (Ivy Ling Po)? An exciting martial arts action film with surprising touches of emotion, Temple of the Red Lotus started a Shaw Brothers franchise that would go on to include the films The Twin Swords and The Sword and the Lute.

En route to the Kan Castle, Kwei Wu tries to prevent a gang of masked bandits from waylaying a convoy carrying silver bars, but is knocked unconscious. Regaining his senses, Kwei Wu finds he was rescued by a girl named Scarlet Maid. He tells her his parents were killed by bandits and he has taken up boxing and fencing lessons to avenge them; he is on his way to marry his childhood sweetheart and search for his lost aunt.
With information from the Scarlet Maid, Kwei Wu reaches Kan Castle and is married to Lien Chu. However, he is started to find that his father-in-law Kan Lung is the ringleader of the masked bandits. He persuades Lien Chu to run away with him and they fight their way to safety.
On their way, they find that the monks and nuns of the White Lotus Temple are kidnapping innocent girls to satisfy the lust of the Red Lotus Temple gang. They try to rescue the girls and learn from the captives that Kan Lung is actually a righteous man who took part in the robbery to help a certain convoy agent. They regret their escape. After fleeing from an ambush, they decide to return to Kan Castle.
Approaching Red Lotus Temple, they spot the bandits with their girl prisoners. A further check reveals that the real monks and nuns are driven out of the temple which is taken over by the disguised bandits. They are outwitted by the bandits and Lien Chu is taken prisoner. Kwei Wu rushes back to Kan Castle for help.
Meanwhile, Kan Lung is angry at Kwei Wu’s gateway. A member of his castle attempts to attack the Red Lotus Temple. Worried over his safety, Kan Lung takes his whole family on a rescue mission. On their way, they find a repentant Kwei Wu, who requests the rescue of Lien Chu. Kwei Wu is kept in custody in the castle as punishment until the return of the rescue party.
When Kan Lung and his party arrive at Red Lotus Temple, they realize this is another trap. Having sustained heavy casualties, they finally manage to break into the place where Lien Chu is held prisoner. Before they can do anything to save the girl, the whole party is locked up by a contraption controlled from the outside. The bandit chief seals the steel cabin and feeds poisonous gas into it.
Kwei Wu, after gaining the sympathy of the grand aunt, rushes to the spot just in time to save the rescue party. But Lien Chu is missing. A corpse is found whom they mistake for Lien Chu. They later learn that Lien Chu had been saved by the Scarlet Maid.
Having nursed Lien Chu back to health, Scarlet Maid escorts her to her home at Kan Castle where the ground is strewn with dead bodies, and the grand aunt is the only survivor. Scarlet Maid, realizing the massacre is the work of the Red Lotus bandits, returns to the Temple to deal with the thugs.
At the Temple, Kan Lung and others are still trying to fight their way out. The timely arrival of Scarlet Maid rescues all. She points out that the bandit chief is actually the murderer of Kwei Wu’s parents, and she herself is Kwei Wu’s aunt. To ensure that the Red Lotus bandits are completely destroyed, they set fire to the Temple before returning to the Kan Castle.


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The Sword And The Lute 1967 DVDrip XviD - Sbunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ivy Ling Po
Lily Ho
Yueh Hua
Chin Ping
Margaret Hsing Hui
Jimmy Wang Yu
Fung Bo-bo
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shen Chiang
Director: Hsu Cheng-hung
Assistant Director: Shen Chiang
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


When Jimmy Wang Yu joined Shaw Brothers in 1963, musical's overshadowed action films but he would soon change that. In The Sword And The Lute, Kwei Wu (Jimmy Wang Yu) and his partner (Chin Ping) are homeward bound to destroy the "Phoenix Lute," a deadly weapon which accurately shoots poisonous needles up to 500 paces and can only be destroyed with the Kan curved sword. It's like a Western sword-and-sorcery film on drugs, featuring high-flying, frenetic paced swordplay.

Kwei Wu and Lien Chu are students of the famous Scarlet Maid. On her instructions, they are homeward bound to destroy the deadly weapon known as “Phoenix Lute”.
This weapon can shoot poisonous needles and never misses a target within 500 paces. The only weapon capable of destroying it is a curved sword kept at the Kan castle. Anyone hit by it can only recover if treated with a drug called “Seven Star Stone” kept by the Shen family at Pai Ho. In a fight near Flying Tiger Castle the couple is forced to use the weapon and wound Wei Hsiu, youngest son of Flying Tiger Wei. The weapon is captured by the bandits. Kwei Wu and Lien Chu rush to Pai Ho to await the bandits in search of the drug. They find the village already destroyed by the bandits. They learn that the youngest Shen has been injured by the “Phoenix Lute” while traveling to see his father-in-law at Chin Chia Fang.
The unconscious Shen Shu-wen is saved by Kan Ling while out hunting. She escorts the wounded man to safety. Soon Kan Ling discovers they are being followed. It turns out later that Shen Shu-wen was released by Flying Tiger Wei in a desperate search for the drug to save his son’s life. Kan Ling manages to reach Chin Chia Fang safely. The Scarlet Maid is there and orders the drug but before the wounded are treated, the pursuers arrive and a fight ensues; Kwei Wu and Lien Chu make a timely entrance and the bandits are routed. Scarlet Maid explains she was told by Kan Lung that Shen Shu-wen has been engaged to Chin Yu-ching, daughter of her old friend. So she has come to Chin Chia Fang to congratulate them.
Kwei Wu and Lien Chu secretly leave for Flying Tiger Castle, hoping to capture it. En route they spot Kan Lung in trouble. She says her groom has stolen the Kan heirloom, the unique curved sword. The groom identifies himself as Tu Ying, younger brother of Tu Chuang, who was killed earlier. Tu Ying is actually Kan Ling’s maternal uncle. He had heard a rumour that his brother was killed because of the Kans, so he stole the sword to entice them to give chase. He later learns his brother was killed by the Red Lotus bandits, enemies of the Kans. With misunderstandings cleared up they decided to launch a united attack on Flying Tiger Castle. Having recaptured the lethal weapon, Scarlet Maid destroys it with the magic sword. A gold medal falls from the lute with the inscribed characters: “Lay down the butcher’s knife, you will be blessed by Buddha.”


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Hell Has No Boundary 1982 DVDRip XviD - BLooDWeiSeR


Genres: Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Derek Yee / Erh Tung-sheng
Liu Hsueh-hua
Ken Tong Jan-yip
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Cheng Tan-shui
Director: Yang Chuan
Cinematographer: Ma Chin-chiang
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Shaw Brothers' resident master of gore, Richard Yeung Kuen (Yang Chuan), directs this 1982 horrorfest starring wuxia headliner turned writer/director Derek Yee (The Sentimental Swordsman, One Night in Mongkok). Co-starring Shaw Brothers stand-by Ngok Wah, Taiwanese actress Lau Suet Wah, and TVB actor Ken Tong, the film revolves around a possessed policewoman whose bullets literally hunt for victims. Hell Has No Boundary's buckets of blood may come as quite a surprise to Shaw Bros. fans who are only familiar with the studio's more famous martial arts output. Nonetheless, the graphic horror films of Yeung Kuen were an important component of the studio's attempt to diversify its product in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Yeung proved to be one of Shaw's most eclectic directors; in addition to Hell Has No Boundary, he helmed the 1983 gore fest Seeding of a Ghost, the 1984 comedy/fantasy My Darling Genie, and the 1985 erotic thriller Twisted Passion.

Couple Cheng Jung (Derek Yee) and Wong Lai Fen (Lau Suet Wah) work at the same police station. One night, while camping at an outlying island, Lai Fen hears a strange noise and leaves the campsite to investigate. A green light flashes by in front of her. The next day at work, Lai Fen is visibly out of her element, but her colleagues assume that she is just tired from the trip. The police team rushes to the scene of an emergency hostage situation, and Lai Fen, disobeying orders, opens fire. Her bullet changes direction in the air to chase after the culprit and draw blood...












Master Of Kung Fu 1973 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite

Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ku Feng
Wang Hsia
Chen Ping
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Hung Ko
Yeh Shen
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Kuang Han-le
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuen Cheung-yan
Yuen Woo-ping / Yuen Ta-yen


Huang Fei Hong (or Wong Fei Hung) is undoubtedly a familiar name to martial arts film fans, as the life and times of the Foshan folk hero has been dramatized countless times on the big screen. Over the years, Huang Fei Hong has been embodied by legendary actor Kwan Tak Hing, Gordon Liu in Challenge of the Masters, Jackie Chan in Drunken Master, and Jet Li in Once Upon a Time in China, just to name a few. Veteran actor Guk Fung stepped into Huang's hallowed shoes in 1973 with The Master of Kung Fu, forging a new image for the character with his "shadowless kick". This high-flying kung fu flick is helmed by Ho Meng Hua, the renowned director of cult hit The Flying Guillotine and the classic Shaw Brothers Monkey Goes West series.

In search of a skilled bodyguard, a foreigner decides to hold a contest, issuing an open call to all martial artists to come and compete. Huang Fei Hong's relative, worried that Huang (Guk Fung) might join in the contest and ruin his chances, has an underhanded plan for victory, but ends up making a mess of things. In the end, the contest is won by bandit leader Lin Tian Dao (Wang Hap)...


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The New Shaolin Boxers 1978 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alexander Fu Sheng
Jenny Tsang
Wang Lung-wei
Liang Chia-jen
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Wu Ma
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Ku Yi
Make-up: Chao Yu-chen
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsieh Hsing
Chen Hsin-yi
Production Manager: Peng Hsi-wei
Chu Keng
‘Tsai’ ‘Li’ ‘Fu’ Kung Fu Instructor: Yen Yat-liang


Esteemed martial arts movie master Chang Cheh cemented the stardom of soon-to-be international favorite Alexander Fu Sheng in this film. Rather than making him just part of the protagonists -- as he had in his trilogy (Shaolin Martial Arts, Five Shaolin Masters, and Disciples Of Shaolin) -- this film was clearly Fu's showcase. Fu took full advantage - giving both a great dramatic and martial arts performance as an honorable carriage driver who finds love and death when he battles particularly venal, homicidal street punks.

Chung Chien, the carriage driver, is a skilled martial artist. He is injured in a fight with thugs Feng Tien-shan and Wang Chen-chai, after he has volunteered to help a girl, Huang Mei-fang, who is harassed by them. The girl carries him to a safe place, where she looks after him. Chung Chien again fights the ruffians after he has recovered his health, and the battle indirectly gives trouble to the neighbours, and his peace-loving fellow carriage drivers. Even his own uncle begins to get fed up with him. Chou San-kuei, the teacher of a martial arts institute introduces Chung Chien to Chu Tzu, who is an expert in the combined kung fu school of ‘Tsai’, ‘Li’ and ‘Fu’. The brave carriage driver immediately gives Chu Tzu a favourable impression, and the latter begins to teach the former various branches of kung fu. Meanwhile, Chou San-kuei is killed by the rogues.
The law-abiding people begin to think of Chung Chien, when the thugs led by Feng and Wang are giving them trouble again. Chung Chien once more confronts the thugs, when he hears that the good teacher, Chou San-kuei has been murdered by them. In a series of bloody fights, Chung Chien kills many gangsters, including Feng and Wang. However, Chung Chien also succumbs to the injuries inflicted by the opponents. The police appreciate the heroic deeds of Chung Chien, who gave his life for social service.


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The Warlord and the Actress 1964 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chin Han
Ching Miao
Landi Chang
Julie Yeh Feng
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chang Cheh
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Sun Yah-fu
Cinematographer: Liu Chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Chang Cheh


One of the Shaw Brothers' signature filmmakers during the 1960s and 70s, Ho Meng Hua directed many of the famed studio's greatest works such as the Monkey Goes West series and cult classic The Flying Guillotine. From graceful wuxia to bloody action to stirring drama, Ho built up a remarkably varied filmography over 30 something years of filmmaking. His 1964 period film The Warlord and the Actress, featuring a screenplay by Chang Cheh, is set during the early years of the republic when China was racked by revolution and warlordism. Revolving around a young singer's heroic struggle against a warlord, the film features the all-star cast of Lan Di, Chin Han, and Yeh Feng from Our Sister Hedy and Sun, Moon and Star. The Warlord and the Actress received an Honorable Mention for Drama at the 1965 Golden Horse Awards.

A member of the Red Peony troupe, singer Tang Pei Hua (Yeh Feng) is renowned for her beautiful voice and appearances. Her beauty, however, invites the unwanted attentions of cruel and lecherous warlord Cao Lin (Zeng Mei). In order to escape Cao's grasp, Tang and her lover Lin Ke Qiang (Chin Han) decide to run away to the south where they can live freely. But their plan is uncovered by Cao, and Lin gets captured. In order to save Lin, Tang must sacrifice herself and entertain Japanese guests at a banquet, throwing herself into danger's way.


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Challenge Of The Masters 1976 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Chen Kuan-tai
Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Lily Li
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Hu Ta-wei
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Production Manager: Hsieh Chih


Huang Fei-hong has long been the recurrent theme of Chinese movies. This Shaw Brothers classic casts Gordon Lau from "Kill Bill" and "The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter" as young Huang Fei-hong who is apprenticed to Kung-fu master Luk.

The streets of Canton, Kwangtung, are being decorated for a fire-cracker competition, the highlight of a traditional festival, which calls for the demonstration of kung-fu techniques. Huang Fei-hung (Gordon Liu Chia-hui), the 17-year-old son of famous kung fu master Huang Chi-ying, is frustrated because his father won’t teach him martial arts.
Constable Yuan Cheng (Liu Chia-yung), also a kung-fu master, comes to Lu Ah Tsai (Chen Kuan-tai), Huang Chi-ying’s master, in search of a robber, Chen Erh-hu (Liu Chia-liang). Seeing Fei-hung before his residence, Yuan is much impressed by the young man and recommends Lu to teach him kung fu.
In spite of his friend’s advice that he is not ready, Fei-hung joins the fire-cracker contest. Being nimble, he succeeds in grabbing a cracker, but can’t get away with it when surrounded and fought by the disciples of Peng Yun-kang (Shih Chung-tien), another kung-fu master. Finally, he is rescued by his friend Lin Tu-chiang (Wang Yu) who is badly injured while doing so. Despite his performance in the contest, Lu sees Fei-hung’s potential and decides to adopt him as his disciple, taking him to the countryside for training.
Meanwhile, Yuan Cheng spots Chen Erh-hu in a teahouse and accepts his challenge to a duel. During the match, Yuan is killed by Chen’s hidden weapon.
After completing his training, Fei-hung challenges Chen Erh-hu to a duel, and beats him after a vicious fight. The robber is then handed over to the police.
In another cracker competition, Peng arms his men with secret weapons to counter Fei-hung’s contestants. But Fei-hung and his comrades win an overwhelming victory, in spite of stiff resistance from Peng’s men. In an ensuing fight, Fei-hung knocks down the ringleader of his rival team, but bearing in mind his master’s teaching of winning an opponent’s heart, he spares his life. Deeply moved, Peng repents over his misbehavior and openly apologizes to Fei-hung’s father.


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The Thundering Sword 1967 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Cheng Pei-pei
Chang I
Shu Pei-pei
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shen Chiang
Director: Hsu Cheng-hung
Assistant Director: Min Ming
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Shaw Brothers kung-fu princess Cheng Pei Pei headlines The Thundering Sword, another classic Shaw Brothers martial arts epic, that mixes excellent action sequences with a touch of tragic romance. There exists a legendary weapon called the "Thundering Sword", which could bring doom to the entire World of Martial Arts. Two martial arts students (Zhang Yi and Law Lit) go in search of the sword, and both come to meet a mysterious woman (Cheng Pei Pei), who happens to be the number one daughter of an evil clan that also seeks the legendary weapon. Desire and distrust are sown, and the stage is set for a battle amongst these three for possession of the "Thundering Sword". Featuring epic action sequences and gorgeous costumes and sets (a Shaw Brothers trademark), The Thundering Sword is yet another classic discovery from the Shaw Brothers' cinema vaults!

Swordsmen Yu Chien-wen and Cheng Kun-yuan, students of the Grand Master, are ordered to search for the “Heaven and Earth” sword, a powerful weapon with magic powers.
Yu runs into Su Chiao Chiao, daughter of the Poison Master. Yu falls for her, though realising his beautiful classmate Chin Hsia loves him.
Cheng finds the sword but is wounded by Chiao Chiao’s poison dart. Chiao Chiao is remorseful upon learning Cheng is her lover’s best friend. She disguises herself as Yu, delivers Cheng to Kuan Tien-su and orders him to have Cheng treated at Mt. Hua.
Kuan runs into Chiao Chiao’s brother Su Chao-wu who suspects the party has taken the coveted sword. Cheng is seriously wounded in the fight. Chiao Chiao, knowing only that Kuan has failed in the mission, kills all of Kuan’s men except one. This prompts Kuan’s brother to raise an army of swordsmen to challenge Yu Chien-wen, the suspected killer.
Chiao Chiao finds Yu , tries to give him the sword and they travel together. On one occasion they are almost killed by poison but are saved by Teng Chiu-jen. Teng suggests they get married but Yu says the Grand Master’s consent must be obtained.
The Grand Master approves the match. Chia Hsia, jealous and suspicious, learns that Chiao Chiao has killed the Kuans in Yu’s name and insists Yu should kill Chiao Chiao. Yu, too much in love with Chiao Chiao, flees with the girl instead.
Chiao Chiao’s father drugs Yu and hands him over to the vengeful swordsmen. Yu denies the massacre but cannot prove his innocence. Chiao Chiao turns up and admits the killings. Teng also appears with the “Heaven and Earth” sword to defend Yu. The Poison Master has the other magic sword and both blades are broken in the ensuing duel.
When the fight ends, Chiao Chiao has committed suicide. Yu bows to her last will, marries her and builds a grave with the epitaph reading “RIP Yu Chien-wen, my beloved wife”.


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Ghost Eyes 1974 DVDRip XviD - Lemon998


Genres: Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Szu-chia
Lin Wei-tu
Antonio Ho / Sze Wei
Hsia Ping
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Assistant Director: Wen Yao-hua
Cinematographer: Yu Chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Lin Mao-lung


International gore hounds agree: nobody makes horror films like the Shaw Brothers Studio. Kuei Chih-hung, who had already made his name by directing such shameless thrillers as The Bamboo House Of Dolls here brings his vicious touch to a violent, sexy story with one clear moral: never accept contact lenses from a psycho ghost. Poor Chen Szu-chia does just that, and pays for it with her body (in every sense of the world) and the gruesome death of her friends.

One evening, Shih Chung-chieh (Antonio Ho) goes to a beauty salon, where he is attended by a manicurist, Wang Pao-ling (Chen Szu-chia). Afterwards, Pao-ling is on her way home when she is knocked down by a car. Though uninjured, her spectacles are broken. As if from nowhere, Shih suddenly appears on the spot, and helps her to her feet. He also offers her contact lens free of charge from his shop. She readily accepts his offer. Then, he visits her in her apartment; and in his presence, she is spellbound. Next morning, she wakes up and finds herself naked on her bed, all alone. After that, she frequently sees ghosts. Her boyfriend, Chao An-ping (Lin Wei-tu) thinks she is just over-tired, and so he advises her to take more rest. One night, Shih casts his spell on her, and subsequently rapes her. Getting desperate, Pao-ling goes to find Shih in his shop. But she is told by a woman, that he died three years previously in a fire, which gutted the shop. She gets more frightened, and tries in vain to remove the lens from her eyes. But even her boyfriend, Chao and an optician confirm that she isn’t wearing any lens at all. Again Shih meets Pao-ling in her apartment, and he forces her to bring two of her friends to him. The two girls die a gruesome death at Shih’s hand. Pao-ling and her boyfriend then ask help from an exorcist. But the evil power of Shih is so great, that the exorcist gets killed by it.
Finally, Pao-ling tricks Shih into a house and sets it alight. The fire destroys Shih’s body only ... leaving his spirit free. The spirit takes possession of Pao-ling’s body, and she walks out from amidst the flames of the burning house.


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The Long Chase 1971 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Li Ching
Lo Lieh
Chuan Yuan
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chiu Kang-chien
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Assistant Director: Yeh Shen
Wang Yun-hua
Cinematographer: Li Yu-tang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


The chase may be long, but the action is fast and furious is this tale of a dart master-for-hire and the innkeeper's daughter who loves him. He's under deadly threat from a police officer after he assassinates a Government Minister, while she's the target of murderous local bandits. The consummately versatile director, soon to be declared a master of the "esoteric weapon" kung-fu film, develops his style with this sharp thriller that really gets to the point.

Minister Yen is assassinated by Kou Ying, a skilled dart-thrower. He takes the identity papers of a dying man, Sung Hua-lung, who had been on his way to rout bandits from Hsuan Hua town. Entering the town inn, Kou is confronted by government officer Fan I, who’s been ordered to arrest the slain minister’s assassin. With Sung’s papers and the help of innkeeper Wang Yu-kung’s daughter, Fan’s suspicions of Kou are temporarily allayed. The local bandits kill Wang, and imprison his daughter Hsueh-niang in a tower. Just as chief bandit Ho Hsi-lei is about to blow the tower to bits, Kou arrives and rescues the girl with his special dart technique. Fan, who has discovered Kou’s true identity, arrests him. While bringing Kou in to trial, however, Fan is ambushed by Ho and his gang. Together Kou and Fan vanquish the villains. A grateful Fan releases Kou, who hurries off to his true love Hsueh-niang.


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The Spiritual Boxer 1975 DVDRip XviD - YO!


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Wang Yu
Chen Kuan-tai
Lin Chen-chi
Chiang Yang
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Assistant Director: Ma Lan
Cinematographer: Kuang Han-le
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Production Manager: Hsieh Chih


Lau Kar Leung successfully introduces the genre of action comedy in his directorial debut, The Spiritual Boxer. Co-starring big names like Di Lung, Jimmy Wang and Chan Koon Tai, Lau Kar Leung makes every action scene memorable and undeniably good! No wonder this classic kung-fu masterpiece made it to the top 7 bestseller of Chinese films in 1975, also making Lau Kar Leung one of the most acclaimed martial arts directors!
Challenging the kung fu "iron armour" myth where fighters are seemly invincible to guns or knives, the spiritual boxer is escaping the police’s hunt for him. He arrives in a small town and begins his spiritual boxing, which enables him to foretell events in the future. The town people are convinced of his powers and after meeting a young girl, who boosts him with confidence, the spiritual boxer is ready to conquer the world and gain back all his losses.

Hsiao Chien (Wang Yu) takes over as a fake spiritual boxer, performing rites to pretend to conjure up gods, when his drunken master Chih Chiang (Chiang Yang) fails to show up. He plays the Monkey King to supposedly tackle the gods, whom he pretends have shown up to battle him, and he inspires and terrifies the villagers with his stunts. However, Liu Yung, a boxing teacher, detects his fraud and chases him with the police. Hsiao flees to a local inn where he finds that Chih has been caught by the police, and so he escapes to another village.
Here, he continues to trick the villagers as a spiritual boxer. Having earned some money, Hsiao helps a youngster pay for buns that the boy is accused of stealing. He also plays a prank on the money collector of a rich landlord, Liu Te-shui. When pursued by the landlord’s men, he is saved by a young girl, Yu Chin-lien (Lin Chen-chi), with whom he finds he has a lot in common.
While eating at a food shop with Yu Chin-lien, Hsiao is asked by the servant of a rich family to catch ghosts. They go to the family’s haunted house together. Conspiring with the servant, they succeed in cheating the master of a handsome sum of money and maneuver him into giving his daughter in marriage to his servant.
Hsiao then saves a group of peasants from oppression by the landlord Liu. Subsequently, he gives boxing lessons to the youngsters in the village who then take on Liu’s men. Hsiao also joins in the fight, but is beaten by boxers Chen and Chao, who are bandits wanted by the police. When pursued by Chao, Hsiao comes upon his drunk master, and through the latter’s direction, he uses different types of boxing to fight back. The police subsequently arrive to round up the criminals. Hsiao, broke and lonely, decides to turn over a new leaf in life, and is comforted by Yu Chin-lien, his only friend.


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Vengeance! 1970 DVDRip XviD - Apprentice


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
David Chiang
Wang Ping
Ou Yen-ching
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Ku Hsi
Chen Yun-kang
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Ti Lung & David Keung team up again for more heroic glory in the action filled Vengeance that was by skilled director Chang Cheh!
Guan Yu Lou (Di Lung) wants to stop government officer Feng Kai Shan (Juk Feng) who is after his wife, but is scrupulously murdered Feng and his accomplices. When Guan 's brother Xiao Lou (David Keung) finds out about this, he swears deadly revenge!
This movie was honored with the awards for Best Director & Best Actor at the 16th Asian Film Festival!

Chinese boxer Feng Kai-shan has his eye on beautiful Hua Cheng-fen. Hua’s husband, performer Kuan Yu-lou, beats up Feng’s boxing students and threatens the lecherous Feng. In retaliation Feng has his henchmen kill Kuan at a tea-house, with the approval of merchant Chin Chih-chuan and Kao Hung-tu, aide to warlord Hua.
Hsiao-lou arrives to avenge his brother Kuan’s death. He finds one of Feng’s men sleeping with Hua, and kills them both. With the help of Hua’s kid sister Cheng-fang, he next slays Feng himself.
Kao lures Hsiao-lou to a pavilion, but is shot by his own hired gunman through a clever ploy by Hsiao-lou. At Chin’s request, Hsiao-lou also assassinates warlord Hu, but is then shot by Chin’s agent. Before he dies, however, Hsiao-lou manages to finish off the treacherous Chin.


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Oily Maniac 1976 DVDRip XviD - RETRO


Genres: Horror
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Li
Danny Lee / Li Hsiu-hsien
Chen Ping
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chua Lam
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuen Cheung-yan
Production Manager: Chen Lieh


Shaw Brothers B-movie fun doesn't get wilder or wackier than Oily Maniac, a campy horror-thriller directed by veteran exploitation master Ho Meng Hua (The Mighty Peking Man)! Hong Kong's official cop actor, Danny Lee, stars as Sheng Yung, a crippled legal assistant who receives an ancient Malay spell from righteous criminal Goo Fung. Upon performing the necessary rites - and covering himself in oil - Yung is transformed into a slimy oil creature with superhuman strength and a dark, menacing disposition! With his newfound shape-shifting and gloop-spreading powers, Yung dispenses righteous justice as only he can - Oily Maniac-style! But will a vat of oil always be available when Sheng Yung needs to transform? Hilariously cheesy special effects help raise Oily Maniac beyond schlock level into an entertainingly trashy camp classic. Ho Meng Hua's standard lurid exploitation elements and over-the-top evil bad guys complete the picture. Oily Maniac is a cheesy B-grade flick that's sure to delight fans of trashy drive-in cinema!

Chen Fu-hsing (Hua Lun), the young owner of a big plantation of palm trees in Southeast Asia breaks a promise made by his father to sell trees to the Yang brothers. This leads to an argument and then a scuffle. The brothers also try to make advances on Lin Chung-yueh (Chen Ping), the daughter of Lin Ya-pa, Chen’s plantation overseer. The latter, trying to stop them, accidentally kills one of them and is sentenced to death. Before his death, Lin asked a lame youth Shen Yuan (Danny Lee) to come over there, whose father, a wizard, was his close friend, and bequeaths him a charm, which not only can protect its wearer against evil but it also boomerang fatally if used for selfish purposes.
After Lin’s death, Shen offers to protect Lin Chung-yueh from the Yang brothers, but is turned down by Lin as his physical handicap. Deeply hurt, he goes home and tries to apply the charm and turn himself into a powerful oily maniac.
One night, after transforming himself into an oily maniac, Shen kills one of the Yang brothers in an attempt to get Chung-yueh out of their clutches. Although the incident strikes terror into the hearts of the public, the police discredit it.
Shen has unrequited love for Chung-yueh, who is engaged to Chen Fu-hsing, and vents his feelings by killing two young sexy girls. He also slays a teddy boy who tries to blackmail him. Meanwhile, Li Hsiao-li (Lily Li) is in love with Shen, but the latter is infatuated with Chung-yueh. Out of jealousy, Li tells Shen that Chung-yueh’s lover, Chen fu-hsing, has instigated the Yang brothers’ anger with Lin Ya-pa for his own selfish gains and that he is planning to fly to Hong Kong with the money without Chung-yueh. Shen then rushes to Chung Yueh’s home, but finds that she has committed suicide after being raped by Yang Tien-tsai. In a petulant outburst, he kills his lawyer, his sweetheart, Yang Tien-tsai and Chen Fu-hsing. The police arrive at the scene to confront the bulletproof maniac.


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Godfather From Canton 1982 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Linda Chu
Wang Jung
Chen Szu-chia
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Chiang Chuan
Original Story: Chiang Chih-nan
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Although director Kuei Chih-hung is noted for horror flicks that best many of Hollywood's "slashers," he began with martial arts films under legendary Chang Cheh. In Godfather From Canton, Kuei returns to his roots starring the Yul Brynner of Shaolin movies Gordon Liu Chia-hui as policeman on the take who ends up becoming a powerful mob boss.

Commissioner Liu Ta-hua (Tsao Ta-hua) is arrested by special envoy Cheng Chih-cheng (Wang Jung) for corruption and succeeded by his honest Assistant Commissioner Lo Kuo-tung (Tang Ching). Coolie Lin Szu-hai (Gordon Liu Chia-hui), who has unintentionally helped Cheng, is given a small post under Lo. Lin is smart and soon learns how to get dockside bribes. Later, he gets a regular spin-off from Adjutant Chang. Lin opens a confidential letter concerning police raids on gambling houses and warns underworld boss Chin Ta-fu (Ku Feng). He soon wins his confidence and succeeds in squeezing a heavy sum of money from him. When all the police raids fail and Lo becomes suspicious, Lin informs against Adjutant Chang and is promoted to succeed him. Lin encounters Lo’s concubine (Chen Szu-chia) and learns she has heavy gambling debts. He arranges for her to become the manager of one of the gambling houses, and when Lo finds out, he is coerced by Lin into accepting bribes.
Lin soon leaves the police and becomes a powerful underworld figure. He allies with a female gang boss Mei Pao (Linda Chu) and together they take over many other territories. Inevitably, Lin antagonizes Chin, and tries unsuccessfully to murder him. At an ostentatious wedding party for a close friend, Lin and the two newlyweds are killed by machine gunfire. Chin and his men attend Lin’s funeral, but when Chin tries to force Mei Pao to hand over her territory, Lin, who is obviously still alive, appears and has his men shoot Chin down. Cheng has Lo detained for corruption. He also smashes all of Lin’s clip joints and orders his arrest. When Lin and Mei Pao try to escape police pursuit, she is killed but Lin flees. Meanwhile, warlord Feng (Yang Chi-ching), angered by military commissioner Li Cheng-chung’s honesty, has an envoy (Chan Shen) and his men shoot him down and orders him to murder his close associate Cheng. When the envoy arrives, Lin uses Cheng as hostage, but then takes him and pretends to use him for bargaining. Lin is himself killed helping Cheng to escape. Cheng finally succeeds in killing warlord Feng to avenge Li.


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My Darling Genie 1984 DVDRip XviD - BoB


Genres: Comedy, Fantasy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Derek Yee / Erh Tung-sheng
Yi Lei
Cherie Chung Cho-hung
Stanley Feng Tsui-fan
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Cheng Tan-shui
Liang Lieh-jen
Director: Yang Chuan
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Teng Kuang-hsien
Chen Chun-hao
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Original Story: Yang Chuan
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Out of the Shaw Brothers vaults comes My Darling Genie, an amiable early-eighties comedy starring the enchanting Cherie Chung. Derek Yee is Cheng, a brusque construction worker who discovers a magical umbrella on a routine dig. When the umbrella is opened and sprinkled with water, a 200 year-old genie arrives to grant the owner's wishes. As if that weren't enough, this genie happens to look like Cherie Chung! Cheng has been given a virtual ticket to Heaven, but he's more annoyed than grateful, and uses the Genie to perform mostly menial tasks. He also entreats her to not cause a commotion, as he would like to keep her a secret from the materialistic mitts of mankind. But the secret gets out, and soon everyone wants the Genie to grant their wishes! At first, Cheng is glad to be rid of the Genie...but something's wrong. He's grown accustomed to her face, and soon the guy who wanted her gone will do anything to get her back! A frothy comedy with a touch of silly fantasy, My Darling Genie is a divine eighties showcase for the sexy-cute charms of the one and only Cherie Chung!

Loan shark Lin Kuo-jen (Yi Lei) comes to the construction site to demand foreman Uncle Fan (Stanley Feng Tsui-fan) for payment of a huge loan. Taking fancy to his charming daughter Chu (Liu Li-ling), a childhood friend of driver Ah Cheng (Derek Yee), Lin makes passes at her and threatens to take her for compensation. Cheng arrives in time with his colleagues to get them off the hook.
One rainy day, Cheng drops into an underground temple and picks up a Chinese umbrella, which instantly makes him the master of a pretty genie Ah Ching (Cherie Chung Cho-hung). Cheng later uses her to pose as Ah Chu to tease Lin and to secretly help Uncle Fan win a lot in the casino.
The intermittent appearances of Ah Ching lead to a series of misunderstandings between Cheng and his lover Chu. In a quarrel with her, he angrily throws away the umbrella. Fan takes it away and becomes the owner of the genie. Bewitched by her charm, he tries to win her favors but is turned down. However, she not only helps him win heavily in casino but also from a rich gambler (Charlie Tsao).
Lin discover the secret of the umbrella and comes to steal it. Cheng and Fan snatch it back, but Lin takes Chu hostage and offers to exchange her for the umbrella, to which the two agree.
When the hostage is released, Cheng and Fan wilily snatch back the umbrella, but they are surrounded by Lin’s men. In desperation, Fan uses foul means to conjure up the genie to resist them. When the trouble is over, Ah Ching loses her power and stays on earth by possessing Chu.


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Shaolin Daredevils 1979 DVDRip XviD - SBunite
a.k.a. The Daredevils

Crew & Cast:
Cast: Kuo Chue
Chiang Sheng / Chiu Kang-sang
Lu Feng
Sun Chien
Lo Meng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Kuo Chue
Chiang Sheng / Chiu Kang-sang
Lu Feng
Tai Chi-yin
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Chang Cheh (1923-2002) made more than 100 films in his filming career of over 40 years, and established a unique aesthetics of violence and masculinity in Hong Kong action cinema. He worked with Law Mong, Philip Kwok, Sun Chien, Lu Feng, and Jiang Sheng to create the Hong Kong cinema classic The Five Venoms in 1978. Following the film's success, he summoned the five to make another stunning piece The Daredevils. While all five actors made a name in Hong Kong action cinema later on, as actors or action directors, Philip Kwok even went international as a action choreographer for films such as the French movie Brotherhood of The Wolf .
The story of The Daredevils is set in China's early republican era, when bandit-turned-soldier Han (Wang Li) slaughters his boss' family, except Da Ying (Law Mong) who manages to escape and plans for revenge. However, Da Ying also gets killed before he can defeat Han, and his four best friends decide to help him fulfil his last wish...

The scene is set for the early Republic of China. After his father, General Yang Tsung and other members of his family are murdered by bandit Han Pei-tsang (Wang Li), who rebels and proclaims himself the general, Yang Ta-ying. (Lo Meng) comes to see his friend Chen Feng (Chiang Sheng), Who introduces him to his friends Liang Kuo-jen (Kuo Chue), Fu Chuan-yi (Lu Feng) and his ex-classmate Shen Sheng (Sun Chien). All of them are young and excellent martial artists. Together they discuss the means of wreaking vengeance. Yang goes alone to murder Han, but when his attempt on his life is foiled, he is killed by Han’s guards with a hail of bullets. Yang’s friends sneak into an Ordinance Depot and steal one machine gun and two small guns. Then with a large sum of money left behind by Yang Ta-ying, Fu and Shen posing as the son of Commander-in-Chief Sun of five provinces and his secretary, visit General Han on his birthday. They bring Chen and Liang posing as their guards. Using the stolen arms as the bait, they induce Han and his entourage to a godown, and three of them Fu, Liang and Chen use their newly acquired kung fu tactics to fight against them. When the fight reaches a climax, their plot is exposed. Shen who is kept by General Han’s chief of staff as hostage is killed. When the troops arrive at the scene, they have bumped General Han Off. Liang left behind to withstand the troops is killed, while the others, Fu and Chen, manage to flee.


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Facets of Love 1973 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Erotic
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Yueh Hua
Wang Yu
Hu Chin
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Wang Tao
Ma Fei
Cinematographer: Lin Hua-chao
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chou Fu-liang
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


In forty plus years of filmmaking, Shaw Brothers auteur Li Han Hsiang left an indelible stamp on Hong Kong cinema with his elegant period pieces and artistic erotica. He forged a new aesthetic with his lush tales of raw emotions and lustful romance, like Sensual Pleasures (1978), Moods of Love (1977), and 1973's Facets of Love, also known as Northern Ladies of China. One of Li's most representative erotic romances, Facets of Love combines the director's genre expertise for an erotic period tale of royal seduction and deception. The film stars four of Shaw Brothers' top names of the time, martial arts stars Ngok Wah and Wong Yue and starlets Hu Chin (Dream of the Red Chamber) and Lily Ho (Princess Iron Fan). Also of interest to contemporary audiences would be the appearance of Jackie Chan in a small uncredited role.


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Journey Of The Doomed 1985 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yu An-an
Hui Ying-hung
Alex Man Chi-leung
Tung Wei
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Cinet Production Co. Ltd.
Director: Cha Chuen-yi
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: Chen Ti-wen
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Martial Arts Instructor: Lin Man-hua
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Line Producer: Taylor Wong
Michael Mak Tong-kit
Ho Yung-lin


A cast of recognizable Hong Kong actors takes center stage in the action-packed fantasy epic Journey Of The Doomed. When the existence of the Emperor's illegitimate daughter is discovered in a popular brothel, various factions vie to use her as a pawn in their power games. The Emperor's brother (Tony Leung Ka Fai in an early role) hires a group of knights (including Max Mok and Candice Yu) to capture the girl, but the Emperor hires his own team (including Alex Man and Kara Wai Ying Hung) to make sure she's dead! The brothel is razed by the assassins, but the girl escapes, and enters into the protection of a fisherman (future action director Tong Wai), who soon falls in love with the girl. Meanwhile, the two teams of assassins have their own problems, including a romantic entanglement between the opposed Alex Man and Candice Yu. It all comes down to a final battle between all involved, with the fate of the girl and the Emperor's throne in the balance! Directed by Cha Cheun Yi (In the Line of Duty 5), Journey Of The Doomed is an entertaining and even sexy epic from the Shaw Brothers studios!

Courtesan Shui Erh (Fu Yin-yu) is the elder prince’s illegitimate daughter brought up by brothel boss Kao Lao-ta (Tan Hui-wei). When Shui Erh offends a guest and brings the brothel into financial trouble, Kao decides to offer her to the young prince (Tony Leung Kar-fai) for a reward, so he can use her as a pawn to compete for the throne. As the young prince sends three warriors, Lien Fei-hsia (Yu An-an), Yen Shih-san (Mok Siu-chung), and Szema Chung-heng (Ku Kwun-chung), to Jiangnan to bring Shui Erh back to the palace, the news is leaked out to the elder prince (Lo Jun-ping), who orders Shan Chun (Alex Man Chi-leung) to kill her.
Shan Chun, who is Fei-hsia’s ex-lover, persuades her to postpone her journey. She does so, while his two killers Feng Man (Li Tien-lang) and Lin Yuan (Hui Ying-hung) kill everyone in the brothel. Shui Erh flees to the forest and is followed by Feng Man. Shui Erh falls into the water and is rescued by a knight, Lin Yuan’s brother (Tung Wei), who brings her home. Lin Yuan arrives and persuades her brother to stay out. Seeing them together, Feng Man tries to kill them both. When Lin Yuan stops her they both become fatally injured. After burying his sister, the knight continues his wandering life but Shui Erh follows him.
The following morning, the knight wakes up to find Shui Erh missing and later finds her being escorted by the young prince’s three warriors. He craftily lures them away and takes her to hide in a deserted village. The two live like secluded lovers, but when Shui Erh gets tired of the monotonous life and complains, the knight angrily leaves her. Going out to find him, Shui Erh is again captured by the three warriors. While they are on the way to the capital, Fei-hsia suddenly takes Shui Erh hostage to Shan Chun, and unwittingly injures him. As the knight and the others arrive, Shan Chun lights up the hidden dynamite to blow them up.


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The Fugitive 1972 DVDRip XviD - CG


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Ku Feng
Lo Lieh
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Tseng-chai
Assistant Director: Chen Chin-yu
Hsi Chung-chin
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Kuang Han-le
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Liu Chi-yu


The Fugitive is a classic "good guy turned bad, turned good guy" love story, starring Shaw Brothers' most peerless villain Lo Lieh, whose life changes for the better by the innocence of his love interest played by the award winning, nicknamed "doll and acting queen," former teen idol Li Ching. It's a film that heralds the lesser of two evils motif at the expense of becoming a tragic love story leaving the audience in stunned, handkerchief topsy-turvy land.

Liao Fei-lung becomes acquainted with bandit Ma Tien-piao, and because of his shooting skill, Ma induces Liao to join him in a life of lawlessness. When they rob a treasury house, the alerted police give chase, but Ma and Liao escape. This, added to previous offences, makes them the two most wanted criminals in the area. Meanwhile, Ma Tien-piao and Liao Fei-lung, still in possession of their latest spoils, enjoy themselves in a local brothel. Here, the police catch up with them and a fight ensues. Trapped and desperate, Liao Fei-lung gives Ma Tien-piao his share of the loot, enabling him to escape, and Liao himself surrenders to the police. Later, during harsh interrogation, Liao devises an escape plan. He agrees to tell the police where Ma is if they will allow him to see a prostitute called Shih Shih. As the girl arrives, Liao manages to subdue the police chief and uses him as a hostage to procure his own escape. Shih Shih is killed in the crossfire.
Years pass before Liao discovers that Ma Tien-piao, living as a seemingly law-abiding citizen, is even more corrupt than before. Liao joins forces with Ming Ming, Ma’s adopted daughter, and an associate, Hsiao Pa, to chastise Ma for his betrayal and wickedness. The infuriated thug kills Hsiao Pa and assaults Ming Ming. In a final clash, Liao Fei-lung kills Ma Tien-piao before dying himself from the wounds he receives. Ming Ming, unharmed but broken-hearted, buries the fugitive, Liao Fei-lung.


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The Mad Monk 1993 REMASTERED DVDRip XviD - MoAi


Genres: Comedy, Fantasy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Maggie Cheung Man-yuk
Anthony Wong
Stephen Chow
Ng Man-tat
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Shao Li-chiung
Director: Johnnie To
Cinematographer: Huang Yung-heng
Editing: Huang Yung-ming
Musical Director: Hu Wei-lieh
Art Director / Set: Bruce Yu
Action Director: Ching Siu-tung


An amusing title directed by Johnnie To and featuring comedy star Stephen Chow is now digitally remastered!
Johnnie To and Stephen Chow collaborated for the first time in 1992 in Justice, My Foot! which turned out to be a box-office hit. Next year in 1993 they made The Mad Monk based on a Chinese legendary who helps the poor and upholds justice by fighting against the corrupted officials. Stephen Chow successfully turns this figure into a hilarious character to amuse his audience! Co-starring many times award-winning actor Anthony Wong Chau Sang, talented beauty Maggie Cheung Man Yuk, and Stephen Chow's long collaborator Richard Ng Man Tat, The Mad Monk will surely delight all fans of Chinese comedy!
A petty and arrogant god Dragon Fighter Lo Han (Stephen Chow) receives an order to change the lives of three bad people on earth. He therefore reincarnates as a Monk and starts working on a trio of, unfortunately for him but to viewers' delight, a beggar (Anthony Wong), a prostitute (Maggie Cheung), and a killer ...

In Heaven, a radical Dragon Fighter Lo Han (Stephen Chow), a petty god, is at variance with other gods on systems on earth and in Heaven. He and Tiger Fighter Lo Han (Ng Man-tat) nearly get punished and made animals on earth. Luckily, Goddess of Mercy stands up for him, and it is decided that unless he changed 3 bad men on earth into good citizens, he will be penalized with retransmigation. So Dragon Fighter comes to earth in the form of Monk Chai, the son of a magistrate. Tiger Fighter Lo Han who comes down to help him, however, turns unexpected into a dullard and gets normal only when the moon is clouded.
Leading a carefree life, Monk Chai preaches and tries to keep close to three human dregs-a prostitute Pai Hsiao-yu (Maggie Cheung Man-yuk), a beggar Ta Chung (Anthony Wong) and a cold-blooded killer Yuan Pa-tien (Huang Chih-chiang). Tact and magic enable Monk Chai to transform Hsiao-yu and Ta Chung, who soon go straight. However, Pa-tien, bribed by Heh Lo-sha in hell, becomes his stooge to go against him by killing Ta Chung and persecuting Hsiao-yu. Finally, Chai has to use violence to overpower Pa-tien to expose Heh Lo-sha’s plot. As a result, Pa-tien kills himself and vows not to reincarnate into human form again.
Hsiao-yu falls in love with Monk Chai and disfigures herself without winning his love. Though unable to accept this mundane love, the Monk gets inspired with the idea that earth has love as guided by Goddess of Mercy. Seeing the success of Dragon Fighter Lo Han, Tiger Fighter Lo Han urges him to return to Heaven. Monk Chai vows to eliminate the evil Heh Lo-sha for earth first, but is beaten and dies a martyr. Mission over, the Monk wins the recognition of the other gods and becomes a god again, but he determines to come down to earth again to salvage the world.


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The Magnificent Trio 1966 DVDRip XviD - RETRO


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Chin Ping
Jimmy Wang Yu
Margaret Tu Chuan
Cheng Lei
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Hsiung Ting-wu
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Legendary director Chang Cheh brings righteous justice to the screen in The Magnificent Trio, a costume swordplay epic that recalls the Akira Kurosawa classic The Seven Samurai. Jimmy Wang Yu is Lu Fang, a wandering swordsman who comes to the aid of a group of poor farmers who are being oppressed by the local magistrates. The farmers have kidnapped a magistrate's daughter in hopes of being heard by the local government, and after learning of the farmer's plight, Lu Fang joins them as a comrade and protector. Aiding him are Huang Liang (Zheng Lei) and Yan Zi Qing (Law Lit), who both switch sides from the oppressors to the oppressed after the magistrates hire bandits to coerce the farmers. With the best interests of the people at heart, the trio fight back against the magistrates, while attempting to find a higher authority to quell the oppression of the farmers. Chang Cheh brings effective human drama to The Magnificent Trio, a costume swordplay epic with righteous characters and spectacular action!

Lu Hsiang-sheng, a general during the Ming Dynasty, dies in action against the Manchurians while his nephew Lu Fang manages to escape. Passing through Feng Jui County, he discovers that the magistrate, Wei Huai-yuan, exploits the people. In retaliation, village leader Kao Pao-shih, assisted by his son Chi Hsien and villager Li Chu-jen, kidnap Wen Cheng, the magistrate's daughter. Lu Fang promises to submit a petition for them to War Minister Yuan Chung-huan, who is scheduled to pass through their territory on an inspection tour.
Yen Tze-ching, a man of integrity, now refuses to help the magistrate rescue his daughter. When he sends Liang Fu and Chin Chou, his trustworthy henchmen, to the mill searching for his daughter, the party is intercepted by Lu Fang and defeated. The magistrate is forced to seek help from Yen Tze-ching and a man called Han Jui.
The magistrate's advisor, Chen Sze-wen, suggests he release some criminals and have them fight for the recovery of his daughter. The magistrate approves and among those released is Huang Liang, an old comrade of Lu Fang. Arriving at the mill with Yen Tze-ching, Huang Liang goes over to Lu Fang and, as a manifestation of loyalty; he kills two of the criminals on the spot. Yen Tze-ching, who is a champion of the poor, pretends to fight Lu Fang and then withdraws. Returning to the court, Yen Tze-ching tells the Magistrate that Lu Fang is too tough a rival for him to overpower. Liang Fu then suggests they kidnap Kao Pao-shih's daughter, Chin Yun, and force Kao to exchange hostages. Chin Yun dies after putting up strong resistance. Driven to blind fury, Kao Pao-shih mercilessly flogs the magistrate's daughter. Lu Fang manages to set the girl free on condition that Magistrate Wei ceases to exploit his people.
After flogging Lu Fang 100 times, the magistrate next sends him to prison. In gratitude, Wei Wen-cheng helps Lu Fang escape. Having been told of the incident, the magistrate sends his men out to arrest Lu Fang and all his backers, including Yen Tze-ching. In a surprise raid, Lu Fang, Yen Tze-ching and Huang Liang break into the magistrate's court and capture him. In response to Wei Wen-cheng's pleading, they set the official free. Returning kindness with hate, the magistrate orders his men to encircle the three brave men. An arrow kills Huang Liang; Yen Tze-ching is wounded, while Lu Fang keeps on fighting alone. Luckily, the Minister of War arrives in time to save Lu Fang and to execute the magistrate.


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Return of Bastard Swordsman 1982 DVDRip XviD - YLTD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Kuan-tai
Liu Hsueh-hua
Alex Man Chi-leung
Hsu Shao-chiang
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Lu Chun-ku
Chang Kuo-yuan
Director: Lu Chun-ku
Cinematographer: Ma Chin-chiang
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Liu Shao-kuang
Su Chen-kuo
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Original Story: Huang Ying
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Action Director: Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Lu Chun-ku


Just when audiences thought the director couldn't get more spectacular and outrageous, he unleashed this eye-filling, mind-bending "Martial Arts World" sequel of clan rivalries, ninja atrocities, wizard sorceries, and the mythical Silkworm style that changes our hero into a veritable Spider-swordsman. The screen practically explodes with colorful characters and kung-fu -- all directed, co-written, and co-choreographed by Lu Chun-ku, and showcasing some of the best Shaw Brothers action stars. The original Bastard Swordsman was just the beginning, this superlative cult classic that out-phantasmagoricals the original.


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Challenge Of The Gamesters 1981 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Chen Kuan-tai
Patrick Tse Yin / Shih Hsien
Huang Hsing-hsiu
Melvin Wong
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Wong Jing
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Tsao An-shun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Liu Shao-kuang
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Top director Wong Jing who was responsible for such smash hits as Body Weapon, The Conman and The Raped By An Angel series brings more film magic to your home screen in this brisk movie about a bunch of game hall heroes!
A forerunner to the new wave gambling films, this is one of Wong Jing's first hits - before he would go on to dominate Hong Kong cinema for the next two decades. Although rife with Japanese spies, Shanghai tycoons, beautiful starlets, and enough intrigue to keep 007 happy, Bond himself would be no match for the heroes skill at mahjong and other games Hong Kong gamblers play - proving that the cube is often mightier than the baccarat card.
After game king Luo Si Hai (Patrick Tse) accidentally runs across small time gambler Lei Li (Jimmy Wang), he senses his potential and forms a playing duo with him, which leads to risky game hall activities. Their final stop is a thrilling game against the wealthy tycoon (Chan Koon Tai) that demands all the wits and cleverness of the players & whose outcome decides who will be the all-powerful man to leave the room!

Under the guise of a Chinese intelligence agent, Kuo Sheng (Melvin Wong) asks gamester Lo Szu-hai (Patrick Tse Yin) to kill Shanghai tycoon Chang Lieh (Chen Kuan-tai) who is allegedly linked with the recent Japanese killings of Chinese officials, and to acquire a list of Japanese spies in his possession.
Lei Li (Wang Yu), a minor gamester, offers to help Lo in his mission. After heavy wins at Chang’s casino, Lo is invited to Chang’s home for a mahjong contest to which Lei also procures an invitation through Chang’s daughter Hsiao Yung. During the contest they manage to locate the safe where the Japanese spy list is kept. Subsequently, after some ingenious deception and the assistance of Chou Ling, a film star that Chang wants for his mistress, Lo traps him into revealing the safe’s combination. After breaking into the safe, Lei is confronted and knocked down by Hsiao Yung, who turns out to be Chang’s No. 1 killer. Lo rescues him in the nick of time.
The partners hand over the list to Kuo Sheng, who is by now being hotly pursued by Chang Lieh and his men. Kuo kills Chang as intended, but Lo then exposes Kuo’s true identity as a Japanese secret agent and finally kills him also. Due to robbing the tycoon’s safe, Lei clearly ends up doing well for himself.


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Swordsman At Large 1971 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Margaret Hsing Hui
Frankie Wei Hung
Tina Chin Fei
Yu Feng
Lu Ping
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ku Lung
Director: Hsu Cheng-hung
Assistant Director: Chao Lu-chiang
Cinematographer: Wang Yung-loong
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang I-chao
Art Director / Set: Chen Hsiao-kuai
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Wang Wen-chieh
Martial Arts Instructor: Wu Min-hsiung
Costume: Sun Chih-yung
Props: Hu Lien-pi


Frankie Wei Hung is the Swordsman At Large, who everyone wants to kill. They even create a superlative sword simply for this purpose, but the blade is soon coveted even more than the hero’s death by it! Bandits, beauties, and blade masters battle for survival in this exciting story of deceit, betrayal, and death, expertly guided by the same director who brought The Twin Swords, The Thundering Sword, and The Sword And The Lute to the Shawscope screen.

The Ke Lu Sword has been specially made for Lien Cheng-pi to kill hero Hsiao Shih-i-lang, who is mistaken for a villain. A group of masked gangsters manage to get the sword, thanks to the treachery of one of the group delivering it to Lien. The fake Ke Lu sword which has been substituted is then stolen by Swordswoman Feng Szu-niang, friend of Hsiao. Meanwhile, the real sword has been turned over to the Invincible Hsuan Yuan. The group, still thinking Hsiao’s friend took the real sword, is now joined by Lien, for whom the sword was originally intended. They pursue Hsiao who is eventually rescued by Lien’s pretty cousin Shen, whom he had helped earlier, and he asks her to enlist Lien’s help in a plan to clear his own name and get the sword from the Invincible Hsuan Yuan. By pretending to join Hsuan, he gains his trust, and when they are attacked by Lien and his men, Hsiao volunteers to fight them with the Ke Lu Sword, which he instead uses to kill Hsuan. Before Hsuan dies, he manages to slay Lien. Then Feng Szu-niang says good-bye to Hsiao and Shen, as they begin to love each other.


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The Dragon Creek 1966 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Essie Lin Chia
Lily Li
Chin Han
Cheng Pei-pei
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Director: Yueh Feng
Assistant Director: Wang Shing-lei
Cinematographer: He Lan-shan
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Su Wei


Cheng Pei Pei is known to many Chinese movie fans as the villainous Jade Fox in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon directed by Ang Lee. More avid fans probably also recognize her as the Golden Swallow in King Hu's canonized Come Drink with Me made in 1966. Since then Cheng Pei Pei starred as various persistent and pretty martial arts experts in Shaw Brother films. Among them, The Dragon Creek made in 1966, directed by the reputable Yueh Feng, features Cheng as a young girl living in China's early republican era. Her father, ruthlessly murdered, left her a list of villains who had been plotting against him. This young girl and her elder brother (Chin Han) then set out on a journey of blood and iron to hunt down their enemies...

The Kuo and Wu families in a North China village have been feuding for years. Returning home from the city, Master Kuo is fatally wounded when shot near Lung Hu Kou. The dying man hands a witness a list of the names of his enemies. She is illiterate, so she turns it over to village leader Wu. He tells her to keep the matter quiet. Erh Niu, daughter of the deceased, names the village leader as the murderer. He denies the charge and produces the list as evidence. But Erh Niu doesn’t believe him and sends for her elder brother Kuo Chien-ming. En route home, Kuo Chien-ming helps Yao Hung-fu, to save his cargo convoy, from an attack by robbers. Yao Yu-mei, daughter of Yao Hung-fu, advises Kuo Chien-ming not to take the law into his own hands before investigating the case. Erh Niu urges her brother to take action, and produces their father’s blood-stained jacket as proof, saying village leader Wu must be the murderer. Chien-ming hesitates, and demands further evidence. Returning from a visit to their father’s grave, Chien-ming and Erh Niu run into Hsi Tse who is tending sheep. Hsi Tse tells them of her family’s misfortune. Both her father and sister were murdered by Wu’s Brother. Her Uncle Niu who killed the murderer has taken to the hills and the family is dispersed. She takes them to meet Uncle Niu in his hideout. Uncle Niu also believes Wu is the murderer and urges Chien-ming to avenge his father.
Chief Ma from the county government arrives to conduct the investigation. He is a friend of Yao Hung-fu who has asked him to deliver Yao Yu-mei’s letter to Chien-ming. Chief Ma asked Chien-ming to meet with him at Wu’s home. Erh Niu objects. Chief Ma then arranges for the village leader to see Chien-ming at the latter’s home. The meeting ends in a bitter quarrel, as both sides have evidence and witnesses. Yao Yu-mei informs Chien-ming of her forthcoming visit, with her father Yao Hung-fu. Acting against Erh Niu’s advice, he goes out to meet them. He is followed by the two sons of the village leaders. Near the foot of the hill, Chien-ming is shot in the right shoulder. To avoid trouble, Yao Yu-mei takes a detour to reach Chien-ming’s home and is told he has gone to meet them. She is frightened at the sight of Chien-ming’s horse which is brought back by Hsi Tse. Hsi Tse says Chien-ming is wounded, but has shot the two sons of the village leader. Uncle Niu has taken him up the hill, where he is safe. Wu rushes to the spot to recover the bodies. He is mistaken by a government patrol for a bandit and is shot. Before he dies, he confesses to all the murders in the village.


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Moods Of Love 1977 DVDRip XviD - YLTD


Genres: Erotic
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Shirley Yu
Shaw Yin-yin
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Production Manager: Hsieh Chih
Liu Tzu-wei


In forty plus years of filmmaking, Shaw Brothers auteur Li Han Hsiang left an indelible stamp on Hong Kong cinema with his elegant period pieces and artistic erotica. He forged a new aesthetic with his lush tales of raw emotions and lustful romance, like Golden Lotus (1974), Sensual Pleasures (1978), and the 1977 period erotic anthology Moods of Love. One of Li's representative works, the film features the director's trademark luscious photography and four of the biggest softcore starlets of the 1970s, namely Tien Ni, Shirley Yu, Siu Yam Yam (Susan Shaw), and Chen Ping.

Like Li's later Return of the Dead (1979), Moods of Love interweaves themes of vengeance and karmic retribution in two sultry tales of fatal seduction. The first story revolves around a highly respected monk, Yu Tong (Shaw Brothers star Ngok Wah), who succumbs to the sexy wiles of a courtesan (Shirley Yu). In the second story, a woman (Siu Yam Yam) of the brothel seeks revenge for her mother's (Chen Ping) death.


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The Proud Twins 1979 DVDRip XviD - AcF.Jblaze


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alexander Fu Sheng
Wang Jung
Tang Ching
Candy Wen Hsueh-erh
Wu Wei-kuo
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chin Yu
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Original Story: Ku Lung
Production Manager: Mona Fong


From deep within the impressive vaults of the Shaw Brothers film library comes The Proud Twins, the 1979 kung fu classic featuring Hong Kong superstar Alexander Fu Sheng in a starring role! Acclaimed director Chor Yuen helms this stunning big screen adaptation based on author Gu Long's popular martial arts novel. After the traumatic murder of his beloved parents in the Valley of Villains, a young boy is brought up by a close friend of the family named Yen Nan Tien, a man who seeks to uncover the truth behind their untimely demise. Meanwhile, the boy's twin brother endures the company of a variety of adoptive parents whose personalities range from generally benevolent to downright villainous. Sadly, the final group of guardians that take charge of the boy are unrepentant evildoers. However, all is not lost. After training to become a competent martial artist in his own right, the young hero defeats his captors and embarks on a perilous journey of discovery, all in the hope of unraveling the truth about his parents' death. And it is during this quest for illumination that the he eventually crosses paths with his twin brother. After some initial friction between the two that seems sure to spark a brutal fight, the newly reunited brothers eventually decide to team up in order to discover what really happened all those years ago. Will the newly reunited siblings avenge their parents? Find out in The Proud Twins, an exciting tale of revenge and hidden treasure that over time has become one of Alexander Fu Sheng's most beloved motion pictures!

Yen Nan Tien (Wang Jung), a renowned swordsman, departs for the Valley of Villains with his dead friend’s child, in search of Chiang Chin, the man responsible for his friend’s death. He is attacked by the Villains, the child is taken away from him, and fortunately, he himself is rescued by a magical doctor.
At the age of 18, having been raised by the Villains, Hsiao Yu Erh (Alexander Fu Sheng) is already well trained as a skilful martial artist. And with this skill, he is able to get rid of the Villains and seek out the doctor in order to discover the truth about his parents’ death.
On the way, he meets Tieh Sheng Lan (Candy Wen Hsueh-erh), who is endeavouring to save her father from the Villains’ clutches by giving them a stolen map which will lead them to treasure, which later causes much trouble. Discovering from Hsiao Yu Erh that there’s no such man being kept prisoner by the Villains, however, she goes to find out for herself.
In the event, with the help of Yen who has recovered from his earlier wound, Hsiao Yu Erh learns that it was Chiang Chin, his own father’s butler, who betrayed his parents’ secret love, thus causing their death in an effort to deprive Hsiao Yu Erh of his father’s treasure. Princess Yi Hua, who has in her fury killed the lovers and removed one of their twin sons, Hua Wu Chueh (Wu Wei-kuo), proceeds to teach the child the skills of kung fu in order that he might one day unwittingly kill his own twin brother. However, her plot it foiled and, as a result, the twins unite to get rid of Yi Hua and her accomplices.


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Casino Tycoon 1992 REMASTERED 2Audio DVDRip X264 AC3 iNT - ZY


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alex Man Chi-leung
Joey Wang Jo-yin
Andy Lau
Chingmy Yau Shuk-ching
Producer: Wong Jing
Scriptwriter: Wong Jing
Director: Wong Jing
Cinematographer: Li Tzu-heng
Art Director / Set: Chao Wen-yao
Mo Shao-ch
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuan Pin
Huang Chi-ming
Presented By: Hsiang Hua-chiang


Wong Jing directs Casino Tycoon, the first of two dramatic films detailing the rise of a powerful gambling empire. Andy Lau is Ho Hsin, who arrives in Macau with his friend Nan (Alex Man) in the 1940s. The pair work their way up the social ladder from menial laborers to valued employees of a large, somewhat shady casino. The years are rough and full of ups and downs, but Ho slowly makes his own fortune, and gains and loses love along the way. Sophisticated girlfriend Joey Wang is a casualty of the years, but Ho meets and marries Chingmy Yau, and continues his way to his ultimate goal: wealth, and finally ownership of his own string of casinos. Potent melodrama and an intriguing portrait of Macau are some of the highlights of Casino Tycoon, an entertaining and involving drama set in Macau and Hong Kong from the 1940s to the 1970s. Followed by the sequel Casino Tycoon II, which was also directed by Wong Jing and featured much of the same cast.


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Casino Tycoon 2 1992 REMASTERED 2Audio DVDRip X264 AC3 iNT - ZY


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alex Man Chi-leung
Andy Lau
Chingmy Yau Shuk-ching
Michelle Reis
Producer: Wong Jing
Scriptwriter: Wong Jing
Director: Wong Jing
Cinematographer: Li Tzu-heng
Editing: Huang Yung-ming
Art Director / Set: Chao Wen-yao
Mo Shao-ch
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Chi-ming
Presented By: Hsiang Hua-chiang
Song Composer: Lowell Lo Koon-ting


The story of powerful gambling magnate Ho Hsin (Andy Lau) continues in Casino Tycoon II, the dramatic sequel to Casino Tycoon! As Ho Hsin enters his elder years, a series of new challenges, both personal and professional, arrive on his doorstep. Tien Erh (Vivian Chan) and Tien Pao (Edmond So), Ho's children from previous wife Joey Wang, return from Hawaii, with Tien Erh dragging along boyfriend Cheng Chen (Remus Choi). At the same time, Ho Hsin meets beautiful actress Ti Yun (gorgeous Michelle Reis), and begins an affair - with the full support of crippled wife Chingmy Yau. But the director of Ho's company, Nieh Ao Tien (Lau Siu Ming), has a history of disagreeing with Ho Hsin, and may be up to something. Plus Alex Man returns as Ho Hsin's longtime friend Nan. From this web of relationships and conflicts springs a story of power, greed, lust, and possible incest, as Ho Hsin faces the challenges of being the Casino Tycoon! Wong Jing directs an impressive cast in Casino Tycoon II, a dramatic and entertaining finish to the Casino Tycoon saga!


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The Rescue 1971 DVDRip XviD - WRD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Shih Szu
Ling Ling
Chin Chi-chu
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shen Chiang
Director: Shen Chiang
Assistant Director: Hsu Li-min
Cinematographer: Chao Jung-sheng
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Huang Yun-shan
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Energetic, blood-drenched action sequences are the reason to check out The Rescue, a 1971 Shaw Brothers spectacular set during the end of the Sung Dynasty! Ubiquitous Shaws star Law Lit stars as Heor Le Heru, a rambunctious hero who joins forces with comely patriot Bai Yaerh (Si Si) to free Lord Wen, a Sung Minister imprisoned by the evil conquering Mongols. The Sung Avengers plan attack after attack to rescue their inspirational leader, and eventually get arrested in hopes of freeing their leader from within. What follows is a spectacular escape, as the way to freedom is littered with blood and flying bodies from the deadly weapons of the unstoppable Sung freedom force! Director Shen Chiang keeps the action sequences coming fast and furious in The Rescue, another spectacular action classic from the Shaw Brothers vaults!

After the collapse of the Sung dynasty, a Yuan marshal, Pai Yen, imprisons the former Sung Prime Minister, Wen Tien-hsiang. A number of loyal Sung knights join together to plot for his release. They plan to get some of their number arrested and imprisoned with Wen Tien-hsiang, and then they can work from the inside when the others storm the prison. When the prison fight takes place, they discover they have rescued not the prime minister, but a decoy that was there simply to lure them. The Sung faction regroups outside the prison after suffering heavy losses. They are then told that Wen Tien-hsiang is in the court of Pai Yen. But again they have fallen into a trap – and again they fight their way out. A Yuan general finally reveals the whereabouts of Wen Tien-hsiang and offers to join the Sung party. When they try to rescue Wen Tien-hsiang from the “Heavenly Prison” he refuses to leave alive. Instead, the faithful prime minister writes a patriotic poem and hands it to the Sung loyalists.


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The Lady Assassin 1982 DVDRip XviD - YO!


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ku Feng
Liu Hsueh-hua
Mok Siu-chung
Hsu Shao-chiang
Liu Yung
Producer: Mona Fong
Director: Lu Chun-ku
Cinematographer: Ma Chin-chiang
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Liu Shao-kuang
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Pan Chien-chun
Chung Yung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


From the director of Holy Flame of the Martial World and Secret Service of the Imperial Court comes this thrilling Shaw Brothers production! Actor turned filmmaker Lu Jun Gu helms The Lady Assassin, a 1982 tale of danger and intrigue set during the Ching Dynasty. The beautiful Lau Suet Wah (from Little Dragon Maiden and Eight Diagram Pole Fighter) portrays the titular Lady Assassin, who finds herself right in the middle of a royal war between two feuding princes, each plotting to take control of the throne and attain supreme power over the Chinese people. But as these two royals struggle for dominance, much blood is spilled in the process! Can the Lady Assassin execute her mission in time? Discover the exciting outcome in this star-studded epic from the Shaw Brothers studio!
Boasting fight choreography from action directors Yuen Tak, Tony Poon Kin Kwan, and Chung Wing, The Lady Assassin is every action fan's dream come to life! Director Lu Jun Gu surrounds his leading lady with a bevy of stars in supporting roles including Max Mok Siu Chung (Once Upon a Time in China 2), Norman Tsui Siu Keung (Duel to the Death), Jason Pai Piao (Heroes Shed No Tears), Anthony Lau, Ku Feng, Sun Chien, and Johnny Wong Lung Wai! The director himself even gets into the action, casting himself as one of the characters in the film! With its fantastic action sequences, wonderful performances, and killer storyline, The Lady Assassin is definitely a real jewel in the Shaw Brothers film treasury!

Aged Emperor Kang Hsi of Ching (Ching Miao) has a secret edict issued for relinquishing his throne to his fourteenth Prince after death, and then appoints him as General.
Ambitious Prince Four (Liu Yung) attempts to kill the potential heir, but the latter is rescued by his aide Tseng Tsing (Hsu Shao-chiang). After an unsuccessful attempt to buy Tseng Tsing, Prince Four tries to murder him, but fails. He eventually hires Nien Keng-yao (Pai Piao), an outstanding martial artist, as his aide. Nien uncovers the anti-Ching plot of author Lu Liu-liang (Ku Feng), his daughter Hsiao Hung (Huang Wei-wei) and others. With the counsel of Nien, Prince Four succeeds in duping the group into helping him ascend the throne. After Prince Four becomes Emperor Yung Cheng, Prince Fourteen’s aide tries to assassinate him, but without success. Prince Fourteen is then deprived of his title of General and succeed by Nien. Meanwhile, the Emperor fails to fulfill his promise of an enlightened rule and Lu threatens to write a book exposing his scandals. The sovereign sends a ninja to raid the Lus, trying to kill his whole family. Lu is expected while Tseng trying to rescue him is outnumbered, and eventually succumbs to his wound. Finally, an attempt is made by Lu’s followers on the Emperor’s life.


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Shaolin Hand Lock 1978 DVDRip XviD - EDRP


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Hui-min
Lo Lieh
David Chiang
Chen Ping
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Ho Meng-hua
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Production Manager: Mona Fong


A dramatic revenge plot and a legendary martial arts style clash in Shaolin Hand Lock, another classic martial arts saga from the Shaw Brothers vaults! Li Chengying (David Keung) and Li Mengping (Chen Ping) are brother and sister, sworn to avenge their father who died at the hands of the diabolical Lin Hao (legendary Shaw Brothers bad guy Law Lit). Chengying tracks Lin Hao down and ingratiates himself into the man's life in order to win his favor...and then betray him. However, Kunshi (Chan Wai Man) suspects that Chengying may be a betrayer, and when Mengping makes an attack on Lin Hao's life, she demonstrates the famed Shaolin Handlock style! Lin Hao easily recognizes the martial arts style as a trademark of the Li family, which adds a new layer of suspicion and deception to the already bubbling revenge plot! Creative martial arts action and the presence of the eponymous "Shaolin Hand Lock" have raised director Ho Meng Hua's Shaolin Hand Lock to cult martial arts film status!

An old friend Fong Yun-piao murders Kung-fu Master Li Pai, who excels in ‘The Cross Fist’ and created a fatal strike called ‘The Shaolin Handlock’. Parted from his wife and elder son twenty years ago, Li Pai single handedly raised his daughter Meng-ping (Chen Ping) and younger son Li Cheng-ying (David Chiang), to whom he also taught ‘The Shaolin Handlock’. Out to avenge his father’s death, Li Cheng-ying tracks down Fong Yun-piao in Thailand and kills him when Fong admits that he murdered Li Pai at the order of millionaire Ling Hao (Lo Lieh). By becoming Ling’s security guard, Li gains access to Ling and awaits his chance for revenge.
Twenty years ago Ling and Li’s father were partners in the smuggling business. Later on Ling tried to get rid of Li Pai because he coveted Li’s wife Lin Yueh-ching. Li Pai fled with Cheng-ying and Meng-ping, but his wife fell into the hands of Ling and was taken back to Thailand. Overwhelmed with grief, Lin later lost her eyesight and since then locked herself up in a room and began chanting and praying to Buddha. Her elder son Kun Shih (Chen Hui-min) eventually becomes Ling’s bodyguard. Kun is ignorant to his sad family history, and though living under the same roof, Kun and Lin fail to realize that they are actually mother and son. Li tries several attacks on Ling but without success. Ling becomes suspicious and tells Kun to keep an eye on Li. Fortunately Li’s real identity has not been discovered, and is later joined by his sister Meng-ping who has also arrived in Thailand. Meng-ping attempts to assassinate Ling during a garden party but fails, yet manages to escape with her brother’s help. Although Kun eventually finds out that Lin is her mother, Li and Kun fight a fierce battle before Ling realizes they are actually brothers. They at last join hands and after a deadly fight they kill Ling, thereby avenging their father’s death.


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Wits Of The Brats 1984 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Alexander Fu Sheng
Chang Chan-peng
Nat Chen Pai-chiang
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Wong Jing
Director: Alexander Fu Sheng
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing
Wong Jing
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Chang Chao-hsi
Liu Shao-kuang
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Teng Kuang-hsien
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Wong Jing


International favorite Alexander Fu Sheng both co-stars and co-directs his brother Chang Chan-peng, in an all-out action comedy featuring the best in the business both in front and behind the camera. Legendary director Liu Chia-liang's brother, Liu Chia-yung, both co-directs and choreographs while such kung-fu kings as Wang Lung-wei, Li Hai-shen, and Wang Yu are also in there kicking. With all this, and even more, Wits Of The Brats is both a non-stop fighting farce and a special event.

Tou Kuan (Chang Chan-peng) is a wealthy Kwangtung brat with a good kung fu background. He injures someone during a row with a rival (Wong Jing) and his mother, after bailing him out at huge expense, sends him to the Capital to compete for the hand of a princess in an effort to make him settle down. His uncle Shih Chun (Chan Shen) is meanwhile after his family property and employs killer San Ching (Wang Lung-wei) to deal with him. San Ching’s hired men go unrecognized, but are so badly beaten up that San Ching himself is provoked into pursuit.
Tou Kuan has only one ambition: to pit his wits against three shady masters of the North. The first, conman Che Tsai (Alexander Fu Sheng), lands him in such personal trouble that his attendant Mai Chung has to extricate him. The second, a professional romantic dubbed The Terrific (Nat Chen Pai-chiang), competes with him for the hand of Eva, a Russian Ambassador’s daughter. Tou Kuan wins the contest with the help of Mai who has won the favors of another Russian lady. He and Terrific become good friends. Terrific introduces him to his third rival, Thief Shih San-shou (Wang Yu). Tou Kuan challenges the thief to prevent him from stealing his jade. The competition ends in a draw, but San Ching’s killer, who is still after Tou Kuan, is a accidentally captured in the scuffle. Tou Kuan realized the plot against him; the killer is arrested with the help of his two earlier rivals and of Mai’s Russian lady, but San Ching escapes. As Tou Kuan lavishes his attentions on Eva, San Ching bursts in. His friends and Mai Chung are just able to rescue him and together they kill San Ching. Later, amid much triumph and public attention, Tou Kuan and his faithful attendant bring their foreign brides home.


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The Fighting Fool 1980 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Pan Ping-chang
Chin Huang
Meng Yuan-wen
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ou Hua-han
Wong Jing
Director: Yuan Hao-chuen
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Ao Chih-chun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Fang Pao-hua
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Chang Yu
Hsu Hsia
Production Manager: Mona Fong


It's Meng Yuan-wen (star of The Master Strikes) versus Kuan Feng in this wild and wacky wushu saga of a priceless pole with a spectacular secret. A master martial artist's silly disciple struggles to save it from an evil white slaver, the slaver's duplicitous wife, and even his own bone-headed, but greedy, companion. Hsu Hsia choreographs the abundant action, as he had for both Five Superfighters and Drunken Master. The result is both sublime (for its kung-fu) and engagingly ridiculous.

The famous martial artist Hung Ying possesses a priceless pole. He is captured by the villainous slave-trafficker Hei Ying (Kuan Feng) who wants the pole for himself and the fabulous secret it contains. Hung Ying’s disciple Ah Meng (Meng Yuan-wen) and a brawny but brainless companion called Chu pose as slaves to get into the villain’s stronghold. Through their own stupidity, however, they themselves are caught, and Hung Ying dies to protect the pole. The pair escape, and Meng must safeguard the precious weapon, not only against Hei Ying but also the greedy Chu. Chu manages to steal the pole, only to be tricked out of it by Hei Ying’s wife, and the hare-brained pair once again set off to tackle Hei Ying. In the meantime, Meng has improved his martial skills and can now beat his old enemy and regain his priceless possession.


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The Deadly Breaking Sword 1979 DVDRip XviD - Jblaze


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Ku Feng
Alexander Fu Sheng
Shih Szu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Director: Sun Chung
Cinematographer: Lan Nei-tsai
Tsao An-shun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Production Manager: Mona Fong
Song Composer: Joseph Koo


The Deadly Breaking Sword elevated director Sun Chung to the martial arts director ranks of Chang Cheh. Starring the incomparable Ti Lung and Jackie Chan's kung-fu comedic rival Alexander Fu Sheng, acclaimed fight choreographer Tang Chia had a field day increasing the stars' venomous fighting appeal. Armed with the "Deadly Breaking Sword" technique, Tuen Cheng-tsin (Ti Lung) unites with thief Ko Mun (Alexander Fu Sheng) to defeat an assassin being "acupuncturingly" controlled by the evil Dr. Kuo.

Sentimental swordsman Tuen Cheng Tsin (Ti Lung) has a special type of sword play, he leaves a small portion of the tip of his sword in his opponents’ bones, where it festers and eventually kills them. One day, Tuen uses this method to injure Lin Sam (Chen Hui-min), a professional assassin. Lin goes to the doctor Kuo Tin Shing (Ku Feng) for treatment and afterwards, he practices his sword play. Tuen goes to the city and stays at the Ko Shing Hotel where he hears of a beauty, Liu Ngan Tsu (Shih Szu), who lives in the Lai Heung Brothel. He is surprised when he is invited to visit her at the brothel. When he arrives at the arranged time, he sees that she is even more beautiful than he has heard. Beside the brothel is a gambling den owned by a young lady, Law Kim Far (Lily Li). It is guarded by Ko Mun (Alexander Fu Sheng), a martial arts expert who is skilled in the use of daggers. That evening, Ko breaks into the brothel to rob it. He is discovered by Tuen and the two men fight. Ko withdraws, but his fighting skills are praised by Liu. In fact, Liu has a secret reason for inviting Tuen to see her. Her fiancee, Chen Ying Kong (Ai Fei), was betrayed and put into jail by his Tuen’s close friend, Kuo Tin Shing, who robbed a goldsmith shop with Chen. Chen believes that Liu betrayed him and informed on him to the Provincial Official about the robbery case. Working as a prostitute to try to find out what really happened to her fiance, Liu discovers that Kuo was her fiance’s partner in the robbery. Liu asks Tuen to help her clear her name with her betrothed, and with the assistance of Ko Mun, Tuen goes to ask Kuo for the truth. Kuo denies all knowledge of the case, so Tuen and Ko break Chen out of prison and all three confront Kuo to demand the true story. When Kuo sees Chen, he attacks and kills him, and revealed the whole story. Kuo, along with Lin Sam and other martial artists, attack Tuen and Ko who eventually kill them all. Both Tuen and Ko complied with the assignment from Liu, but which of them will win the beautiful courtesan’s heart?


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Carry on Con Men 1975 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Liang Tien
Chang Ying
Liu Hui-ling
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Wang Feng
Director: Wang Feng
Cinematographer: Lan Nei-tsai
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Production Manager: Hsieh Chih
Credit Titles: Kamber Wang


With characters like ‘Little Clam’ , ‘Crazy Gor’ , ‘Sticky Pudding’ , ‘Tomboy’ and ‘The Tigress’ five popular inmates of the ‘Big Flower Brothel’ , it’s no wonder that Carry On Con Men is a far more superior cackle of bathroom humor than the original . Clever Chen is back matching wits with Tricky Ching and this time it’s personal as it plays more like a peculiar Monty Python sketch than a film sequel . It’s a con-test of hilarious con-sequences.

Chen Meng-chi (Liang Tien) is a clever resourceful figure in Kwangtung Province, who not only champions the cause of the underdog, but also opposes the rich as well as the proud. He meets and helps his poor widowed colleague in Shun Te Country, where he also confronts once again, his old rival, Tricky Ching (Chang Ying). Chen Meng-chi rectifies the indecent habits of the magistrate’s son by teaching him a lesson which he could not easily forget. Chen again beats Tricky Ching in the race to correct the troublesome beancurd salesgirl, and the querulous store proprietress. Tricky Ching, posing as a fortune-teller, causes Chen to suffer the results of the dishonest deeds of the cunning fellow, whose victim is a needy blind man. However, Chen soon takes revenge on the mischievous fortune-teller, by forcing him to eat dog droppings. Tricky Ching plots to give Chen Meng-chi trouble at the birthday party of the magistrate’s father, by inviting him to draw a picture of the ‘longevity peach’. Without hesitation, Chen takes off his pants, sits on the inkstone, and then sits on a piece of paper, thus making an impression on it resembling the longevity peach! The unsuspecting host, as well as the guests, admire the picture. ‘Little Clam’, ‘Crazy Girl’, ‘Sticky Pudding’, ‘Tomboy’, and ‘The Tigress’ are five popular inmates of the ‘Five Flower Brothel’. Knowing that Tricky Ching is a lecherous fellow, Chen accompanies him to the place, where Tricky Ching immediately enjoys the company of the prostitutes, particularly in the arms of ‘Little Clam’. While Tricky Ching and ‘Little Clam’ are immersed in love, Chen quietly steals the tiny jade ornament from the private part of the prostitute. Once again, Chen beats his crafty rival in the battle of wits.


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Empress Wu 1963 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Period Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chao Lei
Lo Wei
Grace Ting Ning
Chiao Chuang
Li Li-hua
Lo Chi
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Wang Yueh-ting
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Kao Li
Cinematographer: T. Nishimoto
Sound Recording: Kwang Hu
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Shun
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Production Manager: Doven Chow
Song Composer: Wang Shun


From deep within the fabled film vaults of the Shaw Brothers studio emerges Empress Wu, a period drama directed by Li Han Hsiang, who only a year earlier helmed the classic Huangmei Opera The Kingdom And The Beauty. Released in 1960, Empress Wu stars popular actress Li Li Hua (The Goddess Of Mercy, Between Tears And Smiles), who by that point had already starred in dozens of motion pictures. For this film, she turns in a remarkable performance as Wu Tse Tien, perhaps the most famous woman in all of China's long and storied history. This legendary lady may have been a concubine, but she eventually rose to the status of surrogate empress during the Tang Dynasty in the seventh century.
Full of political intrigue, the film traces Wu's life from her formative teenage years all the way up to old age, with everything filtered through the keen eye of Japanese cinematographer T. Nishimoto. This breathtaking, richly ornamented film shows how the beautiful, but cunning young concubine eliminates all her rivals, including the actual Empress (Chang Chung Wen), as she takes over control of the nation due to the fact that her husband, Emperor Kao Tsung (Chao Lei, from The Story Of Sue San and Beyond The Great Wall), is suffering from a strange physical illness. At the 2nd Golden Horse Awards in 1963, the film took home an Honorable Mention for Drama. Also starring Ding Nung (The Bride Napping), Lo Wai (The Golden Buddha), Chiao Chuang, Lo Chi, Hu King Chun, and Kao Pao Shu, Empress Wu is one Celestial release that no Shaw Brothers completist should do without!


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The Heroic Ones 1970 DVDRip XviD - CG


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Lily Li
David Chiang
Chin Han
Nan Kung-hsun / Nan Hsi-hsun
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Ku Hsi
Li Kuo-chiang
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Helmed by Chang Cheh, this 1970 Shaw Brothers studio film The Heroic Ones is about the 13th fierce fighting sons of barbarian chieftain Li Ke-yung (Ku Feng) who in the last years of the Tang Dynasty (around 900AD) has been requested by the Chinese Emperor to recapture his capital city which is being ruled over by a rebel leader (the 13th Warriors is the film's Chinese name). Chief among this band of heroes are Li Shih-szu (Ti Lung) and Li Tsun-hsiao (David Keung) the youngest son, the most able and smartest of the bunch as well as his fathers favourite.
The youngest son has to not only deal with a rebel and his large army however, but also be faced with the treacherous action of an ambitious, devious Chinese ambassador (Chan Sing), as well as the bitter jealousy of some of the brothers toward their more favoured siblings which will in the end lead to bloody and tragic consequences...

Towards the end of the Tang dynasty, Li Ke-yung, ruler of Sha To State, and his thirteen sons, set out to suppress rebels that capture the imperial Capital Changan. The youngest son, Li Tsun-hsiao, captures a rebel general. Another son, Li Tsun-hsin, wants to lead the troops into storming the rebel stronghold. When his father is unwilling to trust him with this task and turns the responsibility over to Li Tsun-hsiao, the seeds of dissension are sown between the sons. This conflict breaks out in the open when the brothers disagree about the tactics, so Li Tsun-hsin and Kang Chun-li leave the attacking party. Li Ke-yung’s troops occupy Changan, but all is not well. Chu Wen, a supposedly loyal ruler is jealous of this success and has his own desires on royal power. He stages a victory banquet and plies Li Ke-Yung with wine so that he will be in a drunken slumber when his men attack him. One of the thirteen sons is killed while saving his father, and Li Tsun-hsiao is upset when he realizes that it was LI Tsun-hsin who persuaded him to go to the banquet. Then Li Tsun-hsin and Kang Chun-li steal Li Ke-yung’s sword to kill Li Tsun-hsiao, and plan to surrender themselves to Chu Wen who has a lot to gain from this family quarrel. But enroute, the traitors are ambushed by the eldest prince and the other eight brothers. In the final battle, with brother taking up arms against brother, the losses are heavy.


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The Story Of Sue San 1968 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Huangmei Opera
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Betty Loh Ti
Kao Pao-shu
Chao Lei
Yang Chi-ching
Ku Wen-tsung
Producer: Runme Shaw
Director: Hu King-chuan / King Hu
Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Tien Feng
Cinematographer: Tai Ka-tai
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Shun
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Song Composer: Wang Shun


Co-directed by acclaimed filmakers King Hu (a.k.a. Hu Jin Quan) and Li Han Hsiang, The Story Of Sue San is a compelling Shaw Brothers Huangmei Opera, translated to the silver screen from its source text, Jing Shi Tong Yan by Feng Meng Long. This gripping story centers on the romance between Wang Chin Lung (Chao Lei, from The Kingdom And The Beauty and Beyond The Great Wall) and Sue San (Betty Lok Dai, from The Love Eterne and Enchanting Shadow). Although they may be perfectly matched when it comes to their love for one other, the two come from remarkably different social ranks. While Chin Lung is the son of a respected government official, Su San is a prostitute, albeit a famous one.

After Chin Lung spends all of his money on his lover, the Procuress (Hung Wie) not only bans him from coming to the brothel, but sells Sue San off to Shen Yen Ling (Yeung Chi Hing, from Dirty Ho and The Flying Dagger) to become the man's concubine! But when Yen Ling's treacherous wife murders her husband and pins the crime on Su San, it isn't long before the innocent girl is tried and sentenced. The punishment? Death! Meanwhile, her former lover Chin Lung has risen up the ranks to become Inspector General of the Eight Provinces and resolves to save his girlfriend, no matter the cost! Will Chin Lung succeed in getting her a retrial and saving her life? And if so, will they be able to reunite as a couple? Or is their romance doomed like the fates of so many other star-crossed lovers? Also starring Gao Bao Shu (Land Of Many Perfumes), The Story of Sue San is a musical that lives up to the Shaw Brothers Studio's storied reputation.


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The Chinese Boxer 1970 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lo Lieh
Wang Ping
Jimmy Wang Yu
Cheng Lei
Chao Hsiung
Producer: Runme Shaw
Director: Jimmy Wang Yu
Assistant Director: Yang Ching-chen
Wu Szu-yuan
Cinematographer: Tung Shao-yung
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


The first superstar of the new martial arts genre, Jimmy Wang takes on the roles of debut director and lead actor in The Chinese Boxer!
This film became the overall box office champions in 1970 for Chinese films, and also started the trend of martial arts in Taiwan and Hong Kong! When Jimmy Wang’s character defeats the Japanese karate master, this was also seen as a great moment of national pride in films. This film is also a first to break with simple traditional conventions of good versus evil, and developed new ways of storytelling and perspectives. Jimmy Wang’s great directorial debut also confirms his status as the first star of the new martial-arts genre as well as an important martial arts director!

Jimmy Wang Yu had become a star in 1965’s Temple of the Red Lotus. He became a superstar in 1967’s One-Armed Swordsman and 1968’s Golden Swallow. But this was his first fully realized personal kung-fu vision. Jimmy Wang Yu wrote, directed and starred in this classic favorite as the Chinese kung-fu superman, years before Bruce Lee would become famous for the same themes. He plays the famous Lei Ming, a noble young martial arts student who doesn’t know the meaning of giving up. He faces a treacherous, blood-thirsty Japanese karate expert, played, of all people, by Lo Lieh (who was to become The Shaws’ first international star in The King Boxer just months later). Featuring unforgettable training sequences and many fights, this box office smash would lead to a career unparalleled in its eccentricity and excitement.












The Water Margin 1972 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Yueh Hua
Ti Lung
Ku Feng
David Chiang
Chin Feng
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Chen Chuan
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


Director Chang Cheh's 1972 epic, The Water Margin, is the first film by the famed director to adapt the classic Shi Naian novel also titled The Water Margin (or The Outlaws of the Marsh). Widely considered one of the greatest novels in Chinese history, The Water Margin portrayed a classic tale of 108 outlaw heroes who rose up for the common people against injustice and tyranny.
Chang Cheh's film version of The Water Margin adapts a few chapters of the sprawling work, and concentrates on the clash between the famous heroes and Sung Dynasty traitors on Liang Shan mountain. Exquisite action choreography from legendary action director Lau Kar Leung, peerless Shaw Brothers sets and costumes, and an impressive cast of thousands adds to Chang Cheh's superlative work. The Water Margin is one of the definitive heroic bloodshed films of the Shaw Brothers library, and features many popular stars of the era, including Di Lung, David Chiang, Chan Koon Tai, Ngok Wah, and Lily Ho. Followed by the 1973 film All Men are Brothers.

In the wooded and mountainous district of Liang Shan, a group of courageous and patriotic knights unite to oppose the tyrannical dictatorship of a Ta Ming Fu garrison commander and his colleagues. The commander is Liang Chung-shu. When a knight called Chao Kai is killed by Shih Wen-kung while on a spying mission for their cause, the infuriated leaders of Liang Shan, which include Sung Chiang, Wu Yung and Li Kuei, plan their revenge. Their first move is to send Wu Yung and Li Kuei to win the confidence and friendship of wealthy Lu Chun-i – a known colleagues of Shih Wen-kung's. In doing this they intend to create a rift in the trust Lu Chun-i has for Shih, and through this discord, to break up the association of the two men, thus causing untold trouble for Shih. Lu Chun-i, however, soon discovers the identities of the disguised Wu Yung and Li Kuei. But knowing their connection with Sung Chiang, and knowing him to be an honorable man, Lu Chun-i treats them well. Lu Chun-i's wife is discontented and bored with the marriage, so she has an affair with home servant, Li Ku. Fully aware that his master is sheltering the outlawed Liang Shan knights, Li Ku informs Liang Chung-shu of the matter, and while he attempts to help Wu Yung and Li Kuei to escape, Lu Chun-i is arrested and put into the jail. Later, he is exiled to Sha Man island, he is rescued by his close friend Yen Ching, only to be recaptured soon after. Yen Ching seeks out Yang Hsiung and Shih Hsiu – both knights from Liang Shan, and requests them to help Lu Chun-i. But Shih Hsiu is captured during a daring attempt to rescue Lu Chun-i from the execution ground. Liang Chung-shu is afraid to kill the prisoners as he fears the revenge of the Liang Shan heroes. And he goes with troops to defend the city against a possible Liang Shan attack, aided by Shih Wen-kung. Wu Yung devises a new plan to rescue the prisoners by splitting up the Liang Shan forces into two groups, and attacking the soldiers from different directions. The plan works. The prisoners are rescued, and together with the knights, head for Liang Shan. But the frustrated Shih Wen-kung intercepts them. In the ensuing battle, Shih Wen-kung is killed and Chiao Kai's death is avenged. Lu Chin-i and Yen Ching join the ranks of the Liang Shan heroes.









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All Men Are Brothers 1973 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Chen Kuan-tai
David Chiang
Betty Chung Ling-ling
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Wu Ma
Assistant Director: Tang Yuen
Cinematographer: Kuang Han-le
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Chen Chuan
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


The 1973 sequel to Chang Cheh's classic The Water Margin, All Men are Brothers expands on the director's adaptation of the classic novel The Water Margin (AKA: The Outlaws of the Marsh). David Chiang stars as one of Liang Shan Mountain's legendary 108 heroes, who are called upon by the Sung Emperor to combat the forces of traitor Fang La and his band of rebels. Brotherhood and honor are tested upon battlefields of heroic bloodshed, each bearing the inimitable stamp of master director Chang Cheh!
A direct sequel to The Water Margin, All Men are Brothers barely pauses for any recap, and ushers the viewer directly into battle upon epic battle, which are portrayed in the classic Shaw Brothers tradition! Featuring a host of past and present film stars, including David Chiang, Di Lung, Chan Koon Tai, Bolo Yeung, Danny Lee, Ngok Wah, Lily Ho, and Goo Fung. The magnificent action sequences were presided over by famed director Lau Kar Leung (The 36th Chamber of Shaolin).

Li Shih-shih (Betty Chung Ling-ling) is a prostitute of some stature in Pien City. She meets “Beau” Yen Ching (David Chiang), one of the Liang Shan leaders. By the time the Emperor arrives on the scene, the two have become very friendly with each other. Accompanied by the unseen Yen Ching, Shih-shih entertains the Emperor with wine, food and a song. But it’s Yen Ching’s singing that really attracts the Emperor, and when he asks to meet the unseen minstrel, Shih-shih tells him that the singer is her brother and a fugitive from the law, and because of this is afraid to show himself. The Emperor agrees to pardon him, and Yen Ching reveals himself as the courageous Liang Shan leader. The Emperor requests that he and his comrades join with him in a campaign to oust Fang La’s (Chu Mu) rebel band in Hang Chou. Many of the Liang Shan leaders are killed during their first attack on the rebel stronghold. Those who remain, which include Shih Chin (Chen Kuan-tai), plan a new offensive, but this news reaches the rebels and the attack is disrupted. Led by Yen Ching and Chang Shun (Danny Lee), the Liang Shan leaders regroup and formulate yet another attack plan. Though Chang Shun is seriously wounded in the ensuing battle, he does his job, and soon the Liang Shan troops capture both Fang La and the rebel stronghold in Hang Chou – thus becoming the victors of the day.












The Twelve Gold Medallions 1970 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Chiao Chiao
Yang Chi-ching
Chin Ping
Ching Miao
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Cheng Kang
Director: Cheng Kang
Assistant Director: Hsiao Yung
Kao Pao-shu
Pai Chin
Cinematographer: Tung Shao-yung
Pao Hsueh-li
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling


The Twelve Gold Medallions features an exhaustive "who's who" of martial art swordplay films lead by veteran actor Yueh Hua who later went on to star in Jackie Chan's Rumble in the Bronx. Yueh plays a righteous knight trying to prevent the Chin invaders from destroying his country by preventing twelve gold medallions from reaching General Yueh. It was the second highest grossing film of 1970 and received Honorable Mention for Dramatic Feature at the 1971 Golden Horse Award.

Traitorous minister Chin Kuei tries to halt General Yueh Fei’s victorious battles against the country’s invader. He sends imperial orders – in the form of gold medallions – summoning the General back to the capital. Among the patriotic knights trying to intercept the medallions is Miao Lung, whose teacher Chin Yen-tang is in the evil minister’s clique. Miao is in love with Chin’s daughter, Chin So, who also rebels against her disloyal father and intercepts the medallions herself. Desperate, Chin Yen-tang attacks his own daughter and a fellow patriot, Meng Ta-pei, and kills them both. A horrified Miao slays Chin in turn. Ironically, all this bloodshed is in vain. The crafty Chin Kuei has fooled the patriots with false medallions. The real imperial orders have been delivered into General Yueh’s hands.












Disciples Of The 36th Chamber 1984 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Hsiao Hou
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Cinematographer: Tsao An-shun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Teng Kuang-hsien
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Hsiao Hou
Ching Chu
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Get ready for more martial arts magic in the tradition of the classic The 36th Chamber of Shaolin! This stunning eastern spectacle stars Bak Biu, Gordon Lau & was shot by the legendary director Liu Jia Liang! Enjoy non-stop Kung Fu action beyond compare in Disciples Of The 36th Chamber!

Fang Shih-yu (Hsiao Hou), a radical student from a kung fu family, is heavily punished for teasing a Manchu education officer. When chastised by his mother Miao Tsui-hua (Lily Li) for continuingly teasing other Manchu officers, Fang takes offence to Priest San Te (Gordon Liu Chia-hui) who helps him get out of trouble. Mistaking him for a Manchu monk, he storms the Ching Martial Arts Club and wounds many pupils. The Head of the Club (Liu Chia-liang) demands delivery of Fang by threatening to close the Kwangtung Gym. While playing along with him to stall for time, Miao arranges with San Te to admit Fang and her two other sons into the Shaolin Temple. Fang is disobedient and arrogant at Shaolin and is often reprimanded by San Te. Fed up with the dreary temple life, Fang sneaks out one Lantern Festival night to create turmoil. The Manchu Governor (Pai Piao), impressed by his excellent kung fu, lures him into revealing the secret of Shaolin and offers him a reward. When the Temple later expels Fang, he defects to the Governor. He and nine classmates are subsequently all invited to attend a Royal wedding banquet and martial arts tournament. San Te knows his disciples have fallen into a trap. With Miao posing as the bride, San Te and Miao break into the party to stop them from drinking the poison wine. But Fang insists on drinking it, and when he finds himself poisoned, he spits it over the Governor to ruin him. The Shaolin men are surrounded by Manchu troops, but they use their Shaolin skills to break out and eventually return safely to continue their training.












Return To The 36th Chamber 1980 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Lung-wei
Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Chen Szu-chia
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Cinematographer: Ao Chih-chun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Hsiao Hou
Ching Chu
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Acclaimed Chinese director and martial arts choreographer Liu Jia-liang directs Return To The 36th Chamber, which followed the hit, The 36th Chamber of Shaolin! This time Master Liu plays the role of a city slicker who accidentally apprehends the masterpiece of Kung Fu in a monk temple...

During the Ching Dynasty, unscrupulous dye-mill owner Wang Kao-feng engages Manchu thugs to persecute his employees. The workers hire their friend, skilled impersonator Chou Jen-chieh (Gordon Liu Chia-hui), to avenge them with threats of Shaolin kung fu. But his bluff is called and he is revealed as being a fake kung-fu master. Humiliated, he decides to set off for the Shaolin Temple to really learn the monks’ martial arts skills. Although entering the Shaolin Temple is difficult, Chou somehow manages to sneak in. He is quickly discovered, but the abbot, moved by Chou’s determined attitude, permits him to remain at the temple as a scaffolder. Chou is thus able, in the course of his work, to observe the secret training of the 36th Shaolin Chamber and absorb its skills. The scaffolding is finally completed and Chou must leave the temple, disappointed that, after all this time, he has still not officially mastered the skills of Shaolin. But when he returns to his home and again takes up the cause of his friends, he produces a most unusual and effective style of kung fu and throws the Manchus out of the mill.








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The Emperor And His Brother 1981 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Lo Lieh
Pai Piao
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chu Yuan
Assistant Director: Chang Chuan-tsan
Yeh Kuo-yung
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Te-chiang
Original Story: Chin Yung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


The ultimate action & romance tale by probably the most popular sword & sorcery bestseller author of them all Jin Yong comes alive on your video screen!
The Emperor And His Brother presents the classic story of righteous rebel leader Chen Jia Le ((Di Lung), leader of the Red Flower Alliance and his evil half brother, legendary emperor Qian Long whose covetous nature has no bounds! Plunge into this action packed martial arts thriller that promises to make all similar productions pale in comparison!

Chief Yu Wang-ting (Chin Chun) and No. 4 Wen Tai-lai (Teng Wei-hao) of the famous anti-Ching Hung Hua Society, sneak into the palace for secret talks with the ruling Emperor Chien Lung. After they leave, the monarch orders his royal guard Chang Chao-chung (Lo Lieh) to pursue and kill them. Yu dies of illness on the journey. After Wen and his wife Lo Ping (Chen Chi-chi) are rescued by Lu Fei-ching of Wu Tang, his daughter Li Yuan-tzu (Huang Min-yi), and the Society’s No. 14 Yu Yu-tung (Ku Kwun-chung), they are granted sanctuary by Chou Chung-ying (Ku Feng), owner of the Tieh Tan Mansion. Wen is later captured when Chou’s young son tactlessly reveals their hideout, while Yu rescues Wen’s wife.
Meanwhile, Chen Chia-lo (Ti Lung), who succeeds Yu Wan-ting as the society’s new chief, leads a group of men to Tieh Tan Mansion to rescue Wen. When Lo Ping tells him they have been betrayed by Chou, Chen challenges Chou to a fight, but the misunderstanding is cleared up when he finds Chou has already killed his own son. Later on, Chou sets fire to his own mansion to avoid attack by the Chings, and joins the Hung Hua Society.
Chen offers sacrifices to his mother in his hometown, and is surprised to see his new acquaintance Tung Fang-erh there. Tung claims to be an officer ordered by the Court to pay respects to her because of her previous contribution. Tung gives Chen a jade pendant telling him that he can use it to see the emperor whenever he needs any help.
Chen returns to his base in Hangchow. Knowing that Wen is detained in the governor’s jail, he sneaks in to spy on them. There he sees Tung Fang-erh, now in his real identity as Emperor Chien Lung, questioning Wen. A man in black secretly helps Chen to visit Wen in his cell. Wen tells Chen that Chien Lung is his own brother, and that he became Emperor Yung Cheng’s heir due to a swap at birth.
An attempt to rescue Wen backfires, and finds Chen and his men locked up in a tower with mines laid by the Chings. A monk, who later turns out to be Yu Yu-tung, braves the blaze to break open the iron gate to help them escape.
Chen and his men capture Emperor Chien Lung alive through the help of a famous courtesan Yu Ju-yi (Linda Chu). Chen meets his brother face to face at a dungeon, tells him of their relationship and offers to submit him documentary proof if he agrees to join their anti-Ching revolutionary cause. Meanwhile, Chien Lung is released in exchange for Wen.












The Condemned 1976 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Li
David Chiang
Tsai Hung
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: David Chiang
Cinematographer: Lo Yun-cheng
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Hu Ta-wei
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Production Manager: Liu Tzu-wei


Screen favorite David Chiang directed and co-stars in The Condemned, a gritty revenge tale presented in classic Shaw Brothers fashion! Feng (Choi Wang) is newly-hired guard who gets framed for the murder of his former employer. The true culprits, an evil triad gang led by Mr. Sheng (Goo Fung), want to take care of Feng in prison, but Feng is befriended by a sly pickpocket named Yang Lin (David Chiang). Together, the two escape prison, but Yang Lin and girlfriend Lee Lai Lai are captured and tortured by Mr. Sheng and his gang. It's up to Feng to save his friend, rout the villains, and exact revenge! A classic revenge storyline highlighted with bone-crunching kung-fu action, and a spectacular final duel between Choi Wang and Goo Fung, The Condemned cements David Chiang's reputation as both a fine actor and an accomplished director in the same mold as his mentor, celebrated director Chang Cheh!

Feng Ta-kang (Tsai Hung), the disciple of a famous “Iron Palm” kung fu instructor from Chi Ho Hsien, comes to another hsien to help the villagers fight the bandits headed by Lung Wen-hsuan (Pai Ying), who is secretly aided by Shang Meng (Ku Feng), an ex-kung fu instructor and now a wealthy and influential businessman. Acting on a tip-off supplied by Shang Meng, Lung succeeds in robbing a group of traders and killing all of them. Feng witnesses this and fights the bandits but is knocked unconscious by Lung. While Feng lies by the loot, Lung escapes. When the Security Corps arrive and in spite of his denial, Feng is taken for a bandit and jailed on death row. Lung sends his henchman, Liang Chien-chung (Chan Shen) to take a large amount of money to Shang Meng, but before it is delivered he is pick-pocketed by a young Robin Hood called Yang Ling (David Chiang). Denying the charges after hiding the loot, the Captain of the Security Corps., Mr. Fang, deliberately jails him in the same cell as Feng in order to make him talk. Fearing that Feng may eventually be released and testify against him, Lung asks Shang Meng to bribe someone to murder him. Shang sees Yang in jail and asks him to poison Feng, promising to offer him the loot as the reward. Yang agrees, but after learning that Feng is innocent and a good kung fu fighter, he changes his mind and tells him the truth. Subsequently, they succeed in breaking out of jail together. After gaining his freedom, Yang goes to find his girl friend Pao Yin (Lily Li) in the hope of running away with her, but he is stopped and tortured by Lung’s men. Meanwhile, Feng sneaks into Shang Meng’s house and kills him in an ensuing duel. Pao Yin commits suicide after being raped by Liang Chien-chung. The infuriated Yang then confronts him and the other thugs. Feng joins him in the nick of time and together they kill the bandit chief Lung and the other thugs.
Yang Ling and Feng Ta-kang are taken back to jail.












Shaolin Temple 1976 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Alexander Fu Sheng
David Chiang
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Martial Arts Instructor: Chao Wei
‘Tsai’ ‘Li’ ‘Fu’ Kung Fu Instructor: Yen Yat-liang


A vivid dramatization of the famed Ching Government assault on the hallowed Shaolin Temple, director Chang Cheh's Shaolin Temple is a visionary kung-fu epic from the Shaw Brothers studios that easily ranks as a classic of the genre! Alexander Fu Sheng stars as legendary hero Fong Sai Yuk, who desires entry into the Shaolin Temple to learn their legendary martial arts techniques. Thanks to the perseverance of he and his two friends, the trio is permitted to enter the temple, but are reduced to menial tasks instead of learning the secretive ways of Shaolin. Little do they know that the odd jobs are actually preparation for their future training in Shaolin! Other students are soon allowed into the temple, including some anti-Ching rebels. But when the Ching government catches wind of the increased number of outsiders allowed access to the ways of Shaolin, they become suspicious, ultimately leading to an all-out assault on the walls of the Shaolin Temple!
An all-star kung-fu cast of Shaw Brothers regulars unites for Shaolin Temple, including Alexander Fu Sheng, Di Lung, David Keung Dai Wai, Ngok Wah, Chik Kuan Kwan, and Kuo Chui. Famed director Chang Cheh creates entertaining training sequences and bold action sequences, and his actors turn in powerhouse performances in Shaolin Temple, a Shaw Brothers classic that helped define kung-fu films for years to come!

In defiance of Ching authority, many patriotic people rush to the Shaolin Temple to learn kung fu. However, the Ching are intent on crushing the Temple and its monks and students, thereby nipping their teachings in the bud. The Shaolin pupils are Fang Shih-yu and Hu Hui-chien, as well as many other courageous youths. Fang Shih-yu is the son of Miao Tsui-hua, a successful female pupil of the well-known woman hermit and martial artist, Wu Mei. The main motive for these two youngsters Fang and Hu to enter the Shaolin temple to learn martial arts is to avenge their fathers’ death who were both killed by the pro-Ching, Wu Tang clique. Wu Mei, who is a teacher at the Shaolin Temple, agrees to instruct Hu Te-ti and Tsai Te-chung in the terrible art of using a whip as well as fists. In return, Hu and Tsai must help Fang and Hu instruct the other residents of the Shaolin Temple. Hui Hsien, an abbot at the temple, is a spy for the Ching Dynasty and secretly tries to disrupt the work of the temple. Collaborating with his subordinate Ma Fu-yi, Hui is ready to attack the trainees from within the Temple, if and when the Ching soldiers are prepared to mount their attack upon the temple. Once Fang and Hu have successfully completed their training at the Shaolin Temple, they wish to leave in order to avenge their fathers’ deaths; but fearing that their teachers will refuse permission, they choose to run the gauntlet by fighting their way past 108 wooden robots. Whilst struggling with the robots, the traitorous Hui Hsien, Ma and their henchmen, suddenly pounce upon them. Fortunately, several other patriotic monks arrive in the nick of time to save the lives of Fang and Hu.
In due course, because Fang and Hu succeed in avenging their fathers’ deaths, they return to the Shaolin Temple. Meanwhile, the Shaolin Temple is suddenly attacked by several thousand Ching troops who are aided by the traitors within that have immobilized and weakened the other monks by secretly putting poison into their well. The highest Shaolin authority and many of his followers die in a fire which subsequently rages through the Temple. Fang, Hu and Tsai rally the remaining survivors and mount a successful counter-attack killing many of the Ching soldiers and traitors. When the battle is over, only eight survivors remain, Fang, Hui and Tsai among them. They continue to fight the Ching Dynasty under the Shaolin banner.












Boxer Rebellion 1975 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Period Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alexander Fu Sheng
Jenny Tsang
Liang Chia-jen
Hu Chin
Li Li-hua
Richard Harrison
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Wu Yueh-ling
Fan Shou-yi
Liu Wei-kang
Chou Hsiao-pei
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Hsu Tei-li / Hsu Te-li
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Ku Yi
Make-up: Chao Yu-chen
Yu Wan-chun
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Line Producer: John Lo Mar


The "godfather of the kung-fu film" Chang Cheh, was given one of the highest budgets to tell this sweeping war story of disillusionment, and revenge. Kung-fu choreographer Liu Chia-liang led an all-star fighting cast featuring international favorite Alexander Fu Sheng and Shaw Brothers, villain superme Wang Lung-wei. Even the most avid fans of Bloody Avengers the heavily edited U.S. version of this film, will find this uncut, uncropped original a welcome revelation.

The Western Imperialist Powers defeat the corrupt Ching Government in Peking in 1900. The Manchu authorities, after the humiliation and capitulation at the hands of the aggressors, are confronted by the angry Chinese masses, which blindly resort to the violent tactics of the militant ‘Boxers’.
The Empress Dowager who rules China, and her high-ranking ministers, such as Tsai Yi (Liu Wei-pin), and Kang Yi (Tsui Fu-sheng) are banking on a miracle to save themselves. Naturally, they pin their hopes on the ‘Boxers’ to repel the aggressors, and regain the confidence of the people. As the ‘Boxers’ grow in strength, a band of patriotic, enthusiastic youths skilled in kung fu, namely Shuai Feng-yun (Chi Kuan-chi), Chen Chang (Liang Chia-jen), Tseng Hsien-han (Alexander Fu Sheng), Chang Chen-chiang (Tang Yen-tsan), and others begin to join their ranks. But soon, they become disillusioned with the so-called magical power of the ‘Boxers’, some of whom are reputed to be bullet-proof. In the wake of the disastrous assault on the Japanese barricade, and the futile battle at Chao Yang Gate, the Allied Combined Troops attack and capture Peking, leading to the flight of the Empress Dowager from the capital.
Meanwhile, sai Chin Hua (Hu Chin), the courtesan, is contacted by Shuai and Tseng, who ask her to approach her old friend, the German Field Marshal Von Waldersee, the Commander of the Allied Combined Forces, and request him to stop the ruthless punitive measures of his troops. Von Waldersee consents reluctantly to the wish of Sai Chin Hua, though he insists that the ‘Boxer’ ringleaders must be arrested and punished. Finally, Tseng and his girlfriend, Hsiao Chu (Jenny Tsang) are slain by the Allied soldiers; and only Shuai succeeds in breaking through the Allied ring of steel, and heads south to join forces with the Revolutionary Party led by Dr. Sun Yat Sen.


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The Protectors 1974 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Hsia
Lo Lieh
Chang Pei-shan
Yang Ai-hua
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Wu Ma
Assistant Director: Tang Yuen
Cinematographer: Kuang Han-le
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Martial Arts Instructor: Chen Chuan
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


While American and European movies feature "security guards," they are virtually never the kind of heroes who appear in many great kung-fu thrillers. This time Wu Ma, who had cut his teeth as Chang Cheh's assistant director, decided to go to the heart of the matter. He cast Lo Lieh, the Shaw Studios first international star (from King Boxer), as the best of the best, who must protect a shipment of silver from both thieves and treachery alike.

Ling Hsiao (Lo Lieh) and Kuan Wang-lung (Chang Pei-shan) both work as guards for the Tien Ying Treasury House – an establishment that offers its clients storage and safe transportation for their money or valuables. Both men are martial arts experts, and have the complete trust of their boss, Fang Feng-ching (Li Shou-chi). Kuan Wang-lung is secretly in love with Fang Yen (Yang Ai-hua), the grand-daughter of his boss. But she is attracted to Ling Hsiao and ignores Kuan. Kuan wonders how he can get rid of his rival. Chin Pu-huan (Wang Hsia), a thug, discovers that Kuan Wang-lung is heavily in debt. He approaches Kuan, inviting his assistance to seize a large shipment of silver which Kuan & Ling are taking to Ta Tung Fu and offers him 20% of the takings if the venture is successful. Kuan agrees to help. The silver is loaded up and the guards set out on their journey. When night falls, the robbers, guided by Chin Pu-huan and led by Yen Tzu-ching and Hsiao Pa-wang, attack the camp. Kuan tells Ling Hsiao to go after Yeh Tzu-ching while he and the rest of the guards, fight off the others. But Kuan’s battle is a mere pretense, and he just stands by while the robbers kill off his companions.
Meanwhile, Ling Hsiao catches up with Yen Tzu-ching and kills him. Returning to the camp, he is shocked to see that the wounded Kuan is the only one of his men left alive. Again at Kuan’s suggestion, he agrees to go after the remaining robbers – including Chin Pu-huan, while Kuan returns to the treasury house to report the incident. Chin Pu-huan is about to open the treasury house box when Ling Hsiao suddenly appears. During the ensuing fight, the box, supposedly containing the silver, is found to contain only stones for Kuan had earlier taken the contents for himself. Back at the treasury house, Kuan lays the blame for the robbery on Ling Hsiao. But Fang Feng-ching is not entirely convinced and rides off to investigate. On the way, he is captured by Chin Pu-huan’s thugs, and held prisoner.
At about the same time, the thugs find out that Ling Hsiao has found the silver. They promise to release Fang Feng-ching in exchange for it. But later, they make off with the loot and their prisoner – hotly pursued by Ling Hsiao. Hsiao Pa-wang is anxious to find Kuan to claim his share of the silver. His efforts to do this, make it obvious that Kuan has instituted the whole plan in league with the robbers. This bring about a violent confrontation and a battle in which both Fang Feng-ching and Hsiao Pa-wang are killed. Kuan escapes, but finds the silver has disappeared. Furious, he goes to Chin Pu-huan for an explanation, but the meeting results only in his death. Finally, Ling Hsiao is one of the few who remain alive to tell this story.


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Blood Brothers 1973 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Chen Kuan-tai
Ching Li
David Chiang
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Ho Chih-chiang
John Woo
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung


Set in the waning years of the Ching Dyansty, this dramatic, tragic, romantic, blood-soaked martial arts tale of betrayal and revenge explores one of the most sensational scandals in Chinese history and marked the true ascension of its director and actors to superstar status. In fact, Ti Lung won Taiwan's Golden Horse Award for Outstanding Performance as the challenging role of a jealous provincial governor who kills his friend in order to steal the man's wife.

In the closing years of the Ching Dynasty, China was plagued by corruption and rebellions. It also witnessed one of the most sensational intrigues and scandals in Chinese history – the assassination of Ma Hsin-i, the Provincial Governor by Chang Wen-hsiang, his lieutenant and sworn brother. It all starts with a robbery involving Chang Wen-hsiang and his friend, Huang Tsung, who clash with Ma Hsin-i. In the fight, Ma comes to realize that his two opponents are not only valiant but also skilled in martial arts. Hence he offers to make peace with them. He also tries to win their friendship by money, which is spurned by Chang, a noble exbandit. But Ma is attracted by pretty Mi Lan, Huang’s wife, who appears in the scene suddenly. Ma Hsin-i soon tries again and this time succeeds in persuading Chang and Huang to become his sworn brothers. Next they join hands to crush the revolt led by Yen Chen-feng. Then, Ma sits for imperial examination, and passes with honours. He becomes a high-ranking officer, and his followers, including Chang and Huang enlist under his banner; and fighting shoulder to shoulder, they quell the rebellion. The Emperor promotes Ma to the post of Provincial Governor. Meanwhile, an affair develops between Ma and Mi Lan, a vainglorious lustful woman. And in order to have Mi Lan all to himself, Ma sends Huang to lead an expedition to Huai Pei. Enroute, Huang is ambushed and killed by Ma’s man. Heartbroken and infuriated at the treachery of Ma, as well as the death of Huang, the faithful Chang assassinates the ambitious Ma. Then he faces the judge and the executioner bravely because he has avenged his sworn brother’s death.









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Hong Kong Playboys 1983 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alexander Fu Sheng
Cherie Chung Cho-hung
Patrick Tse Yin / Shih Hsien
Nat Chen Pai-chiang
Producer: Mona Fong
Director: Wong Jing
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Liu Shao-kuang
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


A trio of skirt-chasing lotharios go head-to-head-to-head in Hong Kong Playboys, a Shaw Brothers comedy directed by hitmaker Wong Jing, and featuring kung-fu star Alexander Fu Sheng in one of his final roles! Sheng (Alexander Fu) is a notorious swinging playboy who still feels second place to suave king-of-playboys Valentine (Patrick Tse). Coming in a distant third is the somewhat homely Lolanto (Nat Chan), who's in the game to net a rich wife to save his father's company. The three men ante up to capture the heart of beautiful AND rich Mao Ying Ying (Chin Wai Yee), daughter to grizzled triad boss Shih Kien! Sheng gives it his all, and appears to be leading the pack, but can he follow through with his plans? Or will adorable, bespectacled Ah Mei (Cherie Chung) change his mind? Madcap antics, terrific star turns, and even the occasional bout of kung-fu action makes Hong Kong Playboys a winning eighties comedy!

Yen Chien-sheng (Alexander Fu Sheng) is a young rich playboy leading a carefree life until his mother returns from overseas to join him, accompanied by a private nurse Ah Mei (Cherie Chung Cho-hung). Impressed by the screen image of TV artist Yu Li-chen (Liu Hsueh-hua), she urges her son to woo her. Yen wins her away from her ex-sweetheart Lolanto (Nat Chen Pai-chiang), but when marriage is discussed, his mother is shocked by her tough terms, and tells him to desert her. To do this, Yen has Ah Mei posed as his girlfriend, and in the process Yen falls in love with her. Meanwhile, his mother arranges for a hot lover called Valentine (Patrick Tse Yin) to woo Li-chen, and he succeeds in winning her affections.
Yen’s pride is hurt, and he offers to compete with Valentine once again in wooing a Miss Balsam Mao Ying-ying (Chien Hui-yi). But Ying-ying’s spinster guardian Auntie Mao (Li Tien-lang) proves an obstacle and they must teach Lolanto how to court her. Lolanto and Yen do come happily together, but Yen nevertheless backs out at the wedding ceremony and rejoins his heartbroken lover Ah Mei at the airport.


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7-Man Army 1976 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Chen Kuan-tai
Alexander Fu Sheng
David Chiang
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Hsu Tei-li / Hsu Te-li
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Ku Yi
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsieh Hsing
Chen Hsin-yi
Action Director: Wu Ma
Hsiung Ting-wu


In 1933, 20,000 Japanese soldiers and 50 tanks invaded the Pa Tou Lou Tzu, a strategic key point of the Great Wall. With only seven men stationing, these heroes took on the entire army for five days before succumbing.
Director Chang Cheh recreated this epic battle with his favorite cast including Ti Lung, David Chiang, Alexander Fu Sheng and Chen Kuan-tai, as a celluloid tribute to these nameless souls.


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Diary of a Lady Killer 1969 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chin Han
Tina Ti
Fang Ying
Margaret Tu Chuan
Fanny Fan
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Yang Shu-shih / Koh Nakahira
Director: Yang Shu-shih / Koh Nakahira
Assistant Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Takeo Sakai
Seichi Ichiko
Cinematographer: He Lan-shan
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Yasuhiro Otsuru
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Hsiao Huang


Actor Chin Han and a bevy of sexy Hong Kong beauties star in the erotic murder mystery Diary Of A Lady-killer! Chin Han stars as a notorious lothario who's engaged to be married...but that doesn't keep him from working his charms on as many ladies as he can! An avowed and frequently successful player, he keeps a record of his conquests - and all the sordid details of the seduction - in his personal diary. But a strange and disturbing thing is happening: a serial killer is on the loose, and the victims were all Chin Han's conquests! Even worse, they were killed shortly after he bedded them, and once his diary falls into the police's hands, he becomes suspect number one! But he's innocent...isn't he? The pretty Fong Ying is Chin Han's fiancee, who's determined to prove he's innocent of the crimes. Featuring sexy turns from starlets Fanny Fan and Ti Na, Diary Of A Lady-killer is an entertaining combination of intriguing suspense and sexy thrills!

Tycoon Chou Kuo-hung is a philanderer. He gets his typist Li Chiu-hua pregnant and the distraught girl kills herself. When Chou’s fiancee Su Hsiu-lan refuses to have sex with him, the playboy seduces his cashier Liu Ming-hua. Li Tung-hai, one of Chou’s executives, loves Su but his affections are not returned. In anger, he tells her of Chou’s indiscretions but the girl refuses to believe him. Chou keeps a room in an inn as a place of rest in which to record in a diary his romantic escapades. He next chases and sleeps with Lu Chi-mei. The night he’s with Lu, Liu is found murdered. The unruffled Chou goes after art student Chu Li-chen and is about to make her succumb when her classmates return. Chou leaves. That very night, Lu is murdered. The police begin to suspect the wealthy Romeo. Su, meanwhile, finds Chou’s diary and leaves for Japan in a huff. She phones him from Tokyo for an explanation and with things sorted out, they spend Christmas together. All the while, Chou suspects someone is laying a trap for him. The girls with whom he’s been intimate have all been murdered. He decides to return to Hong Kong to get to the heart of the matter. He visits Chu, only to find her strangled. He is arrested, stands trial for murder and is sentenced to life imprisonment. At a retrial, Chou’s lawyer presents vital new facts. Su and he lay a trap for the killer, with Su as bait. As the murderer is about to strangle her, the lawyer and police break in and arrest the man. But who is he?


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Notorious Eight 1981 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Kuan-tai
Linda Chu
Lo Lieh
Wong Jing
Liu Yung
Chang Ying
Producer: Mona Fong
Director: Sun Chung
Cinematographer: Tsao An-shun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Old style kung-fu films always had brothel, restaurant and of course gambling scenes. Gambling films became popular in the early 80s' so it made sense to have an intense poker game standoff between early good guy, kung-fu star Chen Kuan-tai versus early villain, kung-fu star Lo Lieh. The fists and cards really fly in Notorious Eight as Chen proves once again that "flushing" out the bad guys makes great box office sense.

The young Chen Chi-chin (Liu Yung) loses heavily to experienced gambler Hu Kuan-ten (Lo Lieh). His father Chen Yun-lung (Chang Ying), who was forced to retire from gambling years ago when Hu crippled his hand, attempts to redeem the loss. But he loses at cards, and dies of shock thus settling an old score for Hu. Chen appeals to his uncle Chou Shih-chiang (Chen Kuan-tai), who summons seven fellow professional gamblers to carry out vengeance. First, Chou imparts his sophisticated gambling techniques to Chen. Then the seven have Chen seduce Hu’s wife (Linda Chu) while they recorded their lovemaking scene. They use the negatives to extort a huge sum of money from Hu’s wife. Chen then uses it to play poker with Hu, using the videocassette as the final stake. Hu views the scandalous scenes on the tape, but calmly continues with the betting. When he eventually loses, he kills his wife and then himself.


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The Delinquent 1973 DVDRip XviD - LloydK


Genres: Action/Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Chung
Betty Pei Ti
Lily Li
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Kuei Chih-hung
Assistant Director: Cheng Chi
Cinematographer: Yu Chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung


Chang Cheh strays from his period kung-fu heroic bloodshed pictures to deliver The Delinquent, a powerful youth melodrama featuring the famed filmmaker's tortured themes! Chung Wong is John, a lower-class kid whose frustration with his tough life and low-class status put him on a collision course for tragedy. A gang of local thugs plans to secure a small fortune by robbing a local storage depot guarded by John's father. To pull off the heist, hey try to persuade John into getting them the safe combination. John doesn't fall for it though, even with the promise of money and sex thrown in. Unfazed, the gang leader ups the bribe with a cool car and the gorgeous Bei Di - and who wouldn't agree to that? John agrees to help, provided that they perform the robbery when his father is not on the job. But John's best intentions don't guarantee a happy end. Things go wrong, and John must seek revenge against all those responsible - including possibly himself! Action director Lau Ka Leung handles the explosive fight sequences for The Delinquent, a harrowing action-drama that's as dark and emotionally powerful as Chang Cheh films get!

Eighteen-year-old Shen Chang (Wang Chung) hails from a poor family, and he has no opportunity to attend school. It seems that he doesn’t care for anybody in this world, except Huang Lan (Lily Li), a female worker. Lan Chen-chuan (Tung Lin) and his gangsters are trying to tempt Shen Chang to join their gang, because they plot to rob the Yung Chi Warehouse, where his father works as a watchman. But Shen Chang refuses to collaborate, and he is beaten up by the thugs. Nevertheless, Lan Chen-chuan and his accomplices finally succeed in trapping Shen Chang by confronting him with a sexpot, Teng Fen-ni (Betty Pei Ti). The gang is going to rob the Yung Chi Warehouse, with the collaboration of Shen Chang, who would play a trick on his father, in order to make him leave the warehouse at the time of the robbery. But his father refuses to leave his job as there is no substitutes, so Shen Chang is forced to do something within eleventh hour to save his father’s life – by desperately rushing to the gang and trying to stop the robbery. But it is in vain. The gangsters not only attack him severely, but also plunder the warehouse, after killing his father. In the hospital, Shen Chang ignores of the helping from the police; even Huang Lan cannot make him talk. One day, Shen Chang sneaks out of the hospital; he also sees out the gangsters, and kills them after a fierce fight. But he also dies in a fall from the building following the death of Lan Chen-chuan.


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Rape Of The Sword 1967 DVDrip Xvid - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Chen Hung-lieh
Chiao Chuang
Li Li-hua
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Wang Po-yi
Director: Yueh Feng
Assistant Director: Min Ta-chun
Cinematographer: Pao Hsueh-li
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Zhou Lan-ping


Li Ching, a Hong Kong legendary actress, first rose to fame in 1965 when her The Mermaid earned her the Best Actress award at the 12th Asian Film Festival, crowning this 16-year-old girl as the youngest winner in history. As the top Shaw Brothers actress in the late 1960s, she made quite a few romantic dramas before switching to swordplay films such as Rape of The Sword, directed by the equally famous Yueh Feng.
A rare film focusing on female fighters, regarded by some fans as the forerunner of the Oscar-winning Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Rape of The Sword sees Li Ching as a general's daughter who learns martial arts from a maid (Li Li Hua) in her father's residence. Actually wife of a famous swordsman who gets killed for possessing the sharpest blade "Green Sword", she disguised as a maid and waits for a chance to revenge. But to her surprise, her long-awaited revenge plan turns out to be the General's daughter fighting against the villain...

Han Chiu-chong steals the “Green Sword”, sharpest in the world, after killing swordsman Tam Hok-ming. Han takes the prized weapon to serve the King of Wu Yi. The King, celebrating his 50th birthday, displays the sword at a party. Ti, wife of the slain man, seeks to avenge his death. She joins the party as the servant of General Chung Chi who is accompanied by his daughter, Chiao Loong. The King’s grandson, Lu Sin-ha has his eyes on Chiao Loong. The King orders Gen. Chung to give his daughter in marriage to Lu, but the girl refuses. She seeks the help of Ti, and, in the process, discovers that she has taken the “Green Sword” and is an able swordswoman. The next day, Chiao Loong is confronted by Lu who presents her with a wedding gift. Chiao Loong refuses to accept it and a fight ensues. Ti, protecting Chiao Loong, seriously wounds Lu. Meanwhile, Han learns of the missing sword and goes after Ti. Han and two expert swordsmen meet Ti on a hill. In a fierce fight, Ti is wounded and the “Green Sword” is lost once more. Ti returns to the general’s house where she teaches Chiao Loong the art of sword fighting. A year later, Chiao Loong is able to handle the sword expertly. One day while riding on the plains, she sees a holdup take place and clashes with bandit leader Lo Yi Hu. Ti appears on the scene and discloses that Lo is a friend and former fellow-student of hers. Chiao Loong suggests Lo try and retrieve the “Green Sword” at the palace. At night, Lo enters the place, is attacked and seriously wounded by Han and his band. The sword again disappears. Ti and Chiao Loong search for Lo, now missing after the fight. The two women encounter Lu Tin-ha and his guards taking Lo to prison. They drug the guards at night and free Lo. Lu attacks Ti and they fight. Ti wounds Lu and escapes. Meanwhile, Chiao Loong and Lo have taken refuge at the “Five Willows Castle” owned by Lui Chung-hao. Lui tells them that it is he who has stolen the “Green Sword”. Han Lu and his guards invade the castle and a fierce struggle rages against Lui and his men. Ti and her forces rush to the rescue. In the course of battle, Lui passes the “Green Sword” to Ti who wields it skillfully to kill Han. Lu’s guards set fire to the castle and raze it. Ti and Lui take to the hills for cover.


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Rivals of Kung fu 1974 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Li
Shih Chien / Shek Kin
Shih Chung-tien
Huang Chien-lung
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Wang Feng
Director: Wang Feng
Assistant Director: Huang Hsiung
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Liang Shao-sung
Hung’s Style Kung Fu Instructor: Huang Han-chieh


From Kwan Tak Hing's classic portrayal to Jet Li's more recent performance in the 90s era Once Upon A Time In China series, Wong Fei Hung is a character that Chinese audiences have grown to love in the decades since movies about the real life hero first started appearing in cinemas. Filmmaker Wang Feng, director of Emperor Chien Lung, The Mad Monk Strikes Again, and Gossip Street, returns once more to the much beloved character of Wong Fei Hung after a five year absence from the franchise, taking on both writing and directing duties for Rivals Of Kung Fu, the highly anticipated 1974 installment in the long-running series of films featuring the massively popular Chinese folk hero.
This time around, newcomer Shih Chung Tien, who also appeared in such films as 18 Fatal Strikes, The Imposter, and Brotherhood, steps into the very large shoes of Kwan Tak Hing to portray the famous Po Chi Lam healer, who ends up spending his time matching both his wits and his fists with a number of envious villains, including consummate Wong Fei Hung baddie, Shek Kien, who starred alongside Bruce Lee in Enter The Dragon and Jackie Chan in The Young Master! Also starring Lily Lee Lai Lai (from Eight Diagram Pole Fighter, Friends, and That Fiery Girl), Huang Chien Lung, and Kam Kwok Leung, director Wang Feng's Rivals Of Kung Fu is a rock 'em, sock 'em kung fu classic that Wong Fei Hung fans, both young and old, will definitely want to check out for themselves!


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Tales of a Eunuch 1983 DVDRip XviD - YO!


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Ku Feng
Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Linda Chu
Liu Li-ling
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Chen His-cheng
Director: Hua Shan
Cinematographer: Huang Wen-yun
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Martial Arts Instructor: Huang Pei-chi
Yuen Hua
Yuan Pien
Original Story: Chin Yung
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Hua Shan, director of Super Inframan and Little Dragon Maiden presents Tale of a Eunuch, an entertaining kung fu film that reunites the stars of the classic Shaw Brothers picture Dirty Ho for an exciting new story set during the Ching Dynasty. Hong Kong action superstar and martial arts film legend Gordon Liu Chia-Hui (36th Chamber of Shaolin, Kill Bill) stars as Kang-Hsi, an emperor who likes to disguise himself as a regular guy to maneuver around the common people. Liu's acting cohort for Tale of a Eunuch is none other than Wong Yue (star of Lau Kar-Leung's Executioners from Shaolin), who takes on the role of an anti-Manchu revolutionary who eventually crosses paths with the masquerading Kang-Hsi. As one might expect, fireworks explode when the two finally meet up in this entertaining martial arts extravaganza! Featuring an appearance by longtime Hong Kong actor Goo Fung (Come Drink With Me, Mighty Peking Man) and excellent fight choreography from action directors Yuen Wah and Yuan Pien, Tale of a Eunuch is one kung fu fight-fest you don't want to miss!

Gambling addict Hsiao Pao (Wang Yu), the son of a prostitute Wei Chun-hua (Shaw Yin-yin), gets involved with anti-Ching revolutionaries Mao Shih Pa (Kuan Feng) and Chuang Tan-kung (Hsiao Yu). When Chuang is executed, Hsiao Pao joins Mao in storming the execution ground; both are injured and flee to the capital. There they are captured by Chief Eunuch Hai Ta-fu (Ku Feng). Hsiao Pao manages to blind his captor with a fatal overdose of medicine, thus enabling Mao to escape while he himself poses as the Eunuch’s attendant Hsiao Kuei-tzu, whom he has just killed. Hai sends Hsiao Pao to fetch a volume concealing a Ching treasure map from the Royal Study, and Hsiao Pao quite accidentally becomes acquainted with a young man named Hsiao Hsuan Tzu (Gordon Liu Chia-hui), who turns out to be the Emperor Kang Hsi in disguise. Kang Hsi persuades Hsiao Pao to conspire with him to eliminate his snobbish minister Ao Pai (Lung Tien-chiang), to behead his entire family and to get the volume for the Queen Mother instead. Hai has meanwhile discovered that Hsiao Pao is an impostor and tries to kill him, but Hsiao Pao hides in the palace, Hai calls on the Queen Mother; Hsiao Pao overhears their conversation and learns that she is in fact the daughter of an anti-Ching revolutionary who is holding the real Queen Mother hostage. She tries to kill Hai, and both wound each other, whereupon Hsiao Pao rushes out of hiding to finish the Eunuch off. Hsiao Pao helps Kang Hsi find his real mother after killing the imposter. He is rewarded with a title in Yangchow, where he is now able to buy out the brothel in which his mother works. He then returns to the capital to serve the Emperor.


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The Delightful Forrest 1972 DVDRip XviD - Apprentice


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Tien Ching
Yu Feng
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Chin Shu-mei
Director: Chang Cheh
Pao Hsueh-li
Assistant Director: Chung Liang
Chang Ching-po
Cinematographer: Juan Ting-pang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Chen Chuan
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing


Don't be fooled by the title; The Delightful Forest isn't a lost Disney cartoon, but an action-packed epic from director Chang Cheh (One-Armed Swordsman, The Magnificent Ruffians) and celebrated action choreographer Lau Kar Leung (The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, Mad Monkey Kung Fu). Adapting a portion of the renowned Ming dynasty novel Tales of the Water Margin, this 1972 Shaw Brothers classic stars Ti Lung as Wu Sung, one of the famous 108 Outlaws of the Marsh. Best known in the West for playing a former gangster trying to go straight in John Woo's A Better Tomorrow (1986), Ti Lung was arguably Shaw Brothers' biggest wuxia star of the 1970s. The Delightful Forest offers an early look at what made Ti Lung one of Hong Kong's most famous and respected actors, as well as showcasing Chang and Lau's filmmaking talents at the height of their long and successful partnership.
After killing a rival in a martial arts duel, Wu Sung is exiled to a distant prison in Mengzhou. While serving his sentence, Wu befriends a guard, Shih En, who has fallen on hard times. Shih's restaurant, the Delightful Forest, has been seized by Chiang Chung, a beastly giant of a man who controls the local gambling and whoring industries. Once Wu's sentence is up, Shih En enlists the good-natured warrior to challenge Chiang. Wu agrees to help his friend for a modest price - free wine at every tavern along the way!


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Danger Has Two Faces 1985 2Audio DVDRip XviD AC3 iNT - HKDY


Genres: Action/Adventure
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Liang Chia-jen
Carroll Gordon / Ku Chia-lu
Fei Hsiang
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Chang Kuo-ming
Yuan Chi-chih
Director: Chang Kuo-ming
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Li Pai-ling


Kung-fu actor Leung Ka Yan switches gears for the tough cop potboiler Danger Has Two Faces! Leung Ka Yan is Jin, a pet store owner once regarded as one of the toughest, most intense cops in the Royal Hong Kong Polcie Force. Jin is drawn back into the cops and criminals underworld when his son is kidnapped in order to persuade Jin to fulfill a heinous devil's bargain. Meanwhile, cop Liu (Paul Chu) and partner Bobby (Fei Xiang) are on the trail of a string of murders in Hong Kong. The evidence points to possible police corruption, which leads the cops to investigate their own colleagues. Is there a mole in the force? And how does Jin figure into this Byzantine cops and robbers plotline? Filled with tough action sequences and riveting performances, Danger Has Two Faces is an exciting, gritty action thriller that adapts the classic Shaw Brothers heroic bloodshed formula to modern times!

After returning from training in England, young Inspector Bobby Chou (Fei Hsiang) is assigned to take charge of the Criminal Investigation Department under Police Superintendent Liu (Chu Chiang). He is faced with a new challenge following a chain of homicides and armed payroll robberies, for which a large reward is offered. Bobby receives a phone call from an informer insisting on meeting him alone on a certain spot, but when he arrives late due to unexpected circumstances, he has already been killed. For this, Liu orders a full investigation into the case. Bobby and his girlfriend Jenny (Carroll Gordon) meet his close friend Chin, an ex-police officer (Liang Chia-jen), who now operates a pet shop. From a casual chat with Chin, Bobby suspects members of his own department to be involved with the robberies. He arranges for Jenny to tail one of the suspects Sergeant Shen (Huang Chih-chiang). After much spying, she discovers Shen to be linked with the criminal syndicate. She also spots him arguing with someone in the grave about the split of the loot, but before she has a chance to notify Bobby, she is discovered and pursued. Terrified, she knocks herself out while stumbling into a cave, and wakes up to find Shen killed and lying in a pool of blood. A mysterious phone call informs Bobby of what happened, and he reports it to Liu, who leads a large squad of police to the spot. An important clue left by the deceased leads Bobby to the discovery of the real identity of the gang boss, but before he can take any action, a hail of bullets hits him hard.












Love in a Fallen City 1984 2Audio DVDRip X264 AC3 iNT - HKDY


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chiao Chiao
Cora Miao
Chow Yun-fat
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Feng Tsao
Director: Ann Hui
Cinematographer: Anthony Hope
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chou Chang-ken
Fang Pao-hua
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Lam Man-yee
Art Director / Set: Au Ting-ping
Original Story: Eileen Chang
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Lok Yee-ling


Out of the Shaw Brothers vaults comes Love in a Fallen City, an early-eighties drama featuring the combination of award-winning director Ann Hui and Hong Kong actor supreme Chow Yun Fat! Cora Miu is Liu Siu Pai, an aging divorcee in 1940's Shanghai, whose inability to get remarried is a frustration for herself and her family. Pai agrees to visit Hong Kong to meet Mr. Fan (Chow Yun Fat), a seemingly-insensitive gentleman who recognizes something within Pai, and begins to ardently woo her. Pai has her guard up, but Fan's charm and persistence begin to have an effect. Meanwhile, the Japanese are on the verge of invading Hong Kong, sending Pai and Fan's small, intimate world into complete chaos. Based on a novel by celebrated Chinese author Eileen Chang, Love in a Fallen City is one of the most welcome discoveries from the Shaw Brothers vaults. The combination of Chow Yun Fat and Ann Hui, and a story of love found beneath the shadow of war, makes Love in a Fallen City an emotional, heartbreaking drama.

Pai Liu-su (Cora Miao), the adopted daughter of a rich family in pre-war Shanghai, is long divorced from her husband. When her brother (Chiang Chung-ping) wastes away all her savings, her adoptive family begins to resent her. A family friend Mrs. Hsu (Helen Ma) offers to arrange marriage for Liu-su’s unwed sister Pao Lo (Chien Hui-yi), and Liu-su as well. For Pao Lo, she has in mind Fan Liu-yuan (Chow Yun-fat), an overseas Chinese student returned from England, now on business in Shanghai. Liu-su accompanies Pao Lo to meet Fan Liu-yuan in a restaurant. Fan dances with Liu-su all night and neglects Pao Lo. Mrs. Hsu later offers to take Liu-su to Hong Kong, and Liu-su agrees. As the party puts up at the Repulse Bay Hotel, Liu-su sees Liu-yuan waiting there and realizes this has been arranged by Mrs. Hsu. They are thrown together for some weeks, and Liu-su becomes attached to Liu-yuan. Liu-yuan, a fickle playboy, is also in love with her, but has no intention of marrying her. He openly flirts with an Indian Princess, hoping to bring Liu-su to his side, but without success. A disillusioned Liu-su returns to Shanghai to rejoin her adoptive family. Months pass. She receives a cable from Liu-yuan requesting her to join him again in Hong Kong, and she does, with her adopted mother’s permission. The two live happily together in Hong Kong until Liu-yuan must leave her behind to attend to his business in England. The war escalates, and the Japanese occupation obliges Liu-su to live alone in Hong Kong in great privation. The sudden return of her lover to the war-torn city marks a turning point in her life. The two lovers endure a hard life together, their shared misery deepens the ties between them, as the story moves to a happy ending.









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The Deadly Duo 1971 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Ku Feng
David Chiang
Chen Hsing
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Li Kuo-chiang
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


It’s the Sung Dynasty versus the Chin invaders as the “Iron Triangle” of director Chang Cheh and stars David Chiang and Ti Lung truly hit their stride with this crowd-pleasing kung-fu epic. When a handsome Prince is taken captive and guarded by a martial arts master, it’s up to two powerful patriots to fight overwhelming odds. From the first fascinating minute to the final desperate battle to the death – culminating in an unforgettably evocative conclusion – this duo is dynamic as well as deadly.

Prince Kang of the Sung Dynasty is captured and held hostage by Chin troops invading his territory, and guarded by Wan Tien-kuei – a rugged and notorious fighter. Wan Tien-kuei thinks that Yen Lu-jen, a fighter and acrobat may join forces with Pao Ting-tien (a Sung knight) in a bid to rescue Prince Kang, so he plans, through Lei Huo (a friend of Yen) to buy Yen Lu-jen’s services first. Meanwhile Pao Tieng-tien is planning to rescue the captured prince and goes to find Yen Lu-jen only to discover he is already in the pay of Lei Huo.
Yen Lu-jen and Lei Huo plan to take the Prince, and make their bid the following day. Pao Ting-tien and patriot, Pien Fu join forces to kill Yen and Lei, but are overwhelmed by Wan Tien-kuei. They make new plans with a stolen identification disc as their pass into the enemy camp. But the Chin’s Prince is not completely convinced and suspects them. They are taken before Wan Tien-kuei. Pien Fu breaks from his guard – frees Pao Ting-tien, and takes the Chin’s Prince as a hostage. Pao rescues Prince Kang, and they make their escape leaving Pien Fu with the Chin Prince, to draw the pursuers away. Prince Kang is returned safely to his people, and with him they march against the Chin invaders.


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Love Without End 1961 DVDRip XviD - ZenKoan


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Kao Pao-shu
Kwan Shan
Linda Lin Dai
Chiang Kwong-chao
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Pan Liu-dai
Doe Chin
Director: Doe Chin
Assistant Director: Wen Shih-ling
Cinematographer: T. Nishimoto
Sound Recording: Kwang Hu
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Production Manager: Doven Chow
Song Composer: Joseph Koo
Mo Yin
Tsang Kuo-yung


Off all the stars to grace Hong Kong movies, no name shines brighter than that of tragic Linda Lin Dai. Two years before her suicide at age 30, she was named Best Actress for her heartfelt performance as the doomed songstress in Love Without End, a romance classic that is as touching today as it was in 1961. The movie also won a special award for Best Theme Song, a golden standard that is still a favorite on the radio and in Karaoke.

Night has fallen on the city of Hong Kong. Her myriads of lights are aglow, giving the city a fairyland look. Wandering into the world of flashing neon-lights where the night-life of Hong Kong is in full swing, is a young girl who, fresh from the countryside, is quite fascinated and dazzled by what she sees. Her name is Li Tsing-tsing. She is looking for her uncle who is a violinist with a night-club band. The gaiety around her seems to accentuate her own loneliness. She steals out into the garden of a night club to have a good cry. Finding her there is a young man Tang Peng-nan, who has returned from studies abroad, and is taking a breather from a heavy-drinking homecoming party given in his honour by his father. He strikes up a conversation with her and learns that she wants to be a singer. A little under the influence of alcohol, he insists on dragging her back into the night-club to sing with the band. The results are quite unexpected. Loud applause greets Li Tsing-tsing’s song. Sobering up the next day, Peng-nan vaguely remembers the little country girl of the night before, and through his friend Lu Jui-seng’s influence, he gets her a job as vocalist with a night-club band.
The two sees a lot of each and fall in love. Peng-nan’s father dies after a short illness. He finds out that the family-owned construction company, is heavily in debt and is insolvent. He inherits the responsibility of paying off his father’s debts. He manages to raise half of the amount, but is still short of $300,000. Tsing-tsing, now a popular night-club vocalist, finds out about it from Lu Jui-seng. She agrees to go on a ten-month world tour with a man Wang Tung-hi, whose advances she had previously always repulsed, as his “private secretary” for $300,000. She then asks Lu Jui-seng to lend the money to Peng-nan, without mentioning that it is from her. With his financial problem solved, Peng-nan proposes to Tsing-tsing, who asks him to give her ten months to decide, as she was going on a tour. He misunderstands her and walks off. Peng-nan devotes his time to his business. Under his capable management the construction firm is firmly back on its feet again. When Tsing-tsing returns from her tour she finds that he has not forgiven her yet.
Meanwhile Lu Jui-seng is killed on a trip when his plane crashes. In the settlement of his estate, Peng-nan writes out a cheque of $300,000 to repay Jui-seng. After her return Tsing-tsing is in a very weak state of health and she ends up in hospital. Her friend Meng Li knows that she still loves Peng-nan. She informs Peng-nan about her health. Peng-nan is still in love with her too. He visits her in hospital and learns from the doctor that she is suffering from an incurable disease and did not have long to live. He and Meng Li decide to keep the news from Tsing-tsing herself. He wants to make Tsing-tsing happy during her remaining days. One day he proposes to her. This time Tsing-tsing accepts. But while she is preparing for her wedding, she accidentally finds out that she had only a few months more to live. Believing that Peng-nan is only marrying her out of pity and has not yet forgiven her for going off on the tour, she leaves him again. Peng-nan tries to find her, but fails. He redoubles his efforts when he finds out that the $300,000 from Lu Jui-seng had really come from Tsing-tsing and the reason for her tour dawns on her. But his efforts are all in vain. As the days dragged into months, he takes to drinking to deaden the ache in his heart.
One stormy night, Meng li arrives at his home with a fisherman. They have news of Tsing-tsing’s whereabouts. They rush to it – a dreary little house on a lonely deserted island. Peng-nan rushes in, but it is too late. Tsing-tsing has died.


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Madame White Snake 1962 DVDRip XviD - ZenKoan


Genres: Huangmei Opera
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Linda Lin Dai
Chao Lei
Yang Chi-ching
Margaret Tu Chuan
Yu Kuan-chao
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ke Jui-feng
Director: Yueh Feng
Assistant Director: Wang Shing-lei
Cinematographer: T. Nishimoto
Sound Recording: Chung Ching
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling


This Classic Seductive tale of two snakes who assume human forms will send chills of pleasure down viewers' backs. The Lovely Linda Lin Dai (Les Belles, The Kingdom And The Beauty) and margaret Tu Chuan (The Dream of The Red Chamber) play the two sister serpents, Pak Su-cheng and Ching Ching. Su-cheng meets Hsu Hsien (Chao Lei) one day and recognizes him as her savior in another life 1,000 years ago. She marries him to reward him but the snake-human union brings about problems beyond imagination.

Madam White Snake is a famous Chinese classical legend, which will remind the western viewer of the Lamia theme of John Keats’ poem. For this story tells of two snakes, one white and one green, which assumed human form during the days of the Mongol invasion of China, when the capital was removed to beautiful Hangchow. The snakes, now two beautiful women who take the names of Pak Su-cheng (Linda Lin Dai) and Ching-ching (Margaret Tu Chuan), arrive in Hangchow. Pak Su-cheng encounters a young man Hsu Hsien (Chao Lei) who, in a former life, had saved her life when she was a snake a thousand years ago. She recognises him and decides to reward him now by marrying him, with the aid of Ching-ching, acting as matchmaker. Of course, in this fay world of spirits, charms and magic, there are all sorts of difficulties, not the least being that of the beauties to conceal their real serpent identity. But when dangers threaten the happiness of the mortals and the spirits, the latter draw upon their supernatural powers, and eventually win out, but in a far happier world than this. The beautiful tale is unfolded with charm, and cannot fail to fascinate both the Chinese and the European members of the audience.


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The Kingdom and the Beauty 1959 DVDRip XviD - ZenKoan


Genres: Huangmei Opera
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Hu King-chuan / King Hu
Linda Lin Dai
Chao Lei
Yang Chi-ching
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Director: Li Han-hsiang


Adopted from Chinese folklore "The Wandering Dragon Seduces the Phoenix," Li Hanxiang's classic movie "The Kingdom and the beauty" is one of the most successful productions in Hong Kong at the early 60's. Starring Lin Dai and Zhao Lei.
Emperor Zhengde of Ming Dynasty was notorious for his hedonism and irresponsibility. He decided to disguise himself as a civilian and travelled to the south of Yangtze. Meanwhile, imperial guard Zhou Yong was preparing to visit his hometown in the south of Yangtze and volunteered to escort Zhengde. When they arrived in the town of Meilong, Zhengde was attracted to a young girl who played the role of the celestial lady in a local festival. As his steps brought Zhengde to the "Dragon and Phoenix Inn," he learned that the young girl Li Feng was the sister of the innkeeper. Zhengde asked for her name and caught her attention, and Li was excited to meet this young and handsome stranger. Then Zhengde expressed his passion for her and Li finally fell into his arms. The next morning a senior official Liang Chu led troops to besiege the inn and pleaded Zhengde to leave for the capital. Only until then did Li recognise that her lover was the Emperor. Zhengde gave her a jade ornament and pledged that he would send an order to marry her when he arrived in Beijing Upon his return Zhengde was silenced by his mother's sternness. Soon Li was out of his mind. A year later Li gave birth to a son, which made her the subject of gossip among the town dwellers. She soon fell sick of depression. Three years had passed and still Li could hear nothing from the capital The inn waiter Daniu was sympathetic with Li and begged his way to the capital, where he spread the story of Li and the emperor by singing. Finally Daniu managed to catch the attention of the emperor. Zhengde then sent an envoy to Meilong to receive Li. Li asked her sister-in-law to take care of the child and set off for the capital. Before arrival Li stopped to pray in an old temple in the countryside, where she finally collapsed and died quietly. As the envoy arrived at the palace, Zhengde was shocked with grief and regret to find that Li was already dead...

The young emperor Cheng-te was at his studies, but his mind was not on his lessons. He was rapt in the song of a lady-in-wai-ting, singing beauties of the south. Chou Yung, commander of the Imperial Guards was leaving to visit his home town in the south, so the emperor decides to go along incognito. Brought up in the deep confines of the Imperial Palace, Cheng-te was enraptured with the scenic beauty of South China. One day the couple arrived at Mei Lung, a small country town. The townsfolks were in a gay holiday mood, giving thanks to the gods with gay celebrations. Packed in the crowds of happy revelers a shower of blossoms suddenly fell on the emperor. He caught one and looked up in time to see the fleeting smile of the lovely country girl who had strewn the flowers. He was captivated by that fleeting smile, and that night, back at the inn, his thoughts were on the girl. Early next morning, he strolled out of the inn and came upon a wine-shop. To his great joy, he found the girl of his dreams in the wine-shop. She was Li Feng, sister of the owner of wine-shop. It was love at first sight for the lovely girl and the handsome emperor. Their romance blossomed, and the days flew by. All too soon, the royal tutor Liang Chu, under the orders of the empress mother, found the emperor and asked him to return to his court. To her shock and amazement, Li Feng finds out that the man to whom she had given her love and herself was none other than the emperor. Cheng-te left with a promise that Li Feng would be his empress and that he would send for her. One long year dragged slowly by, Li Feng gave birth to a son. Tortured by the separation from her lover, and the gossip of the townsfolk, Li Feng fell ill. Ta Niu, the wine-shop attendant, worked his way north to see the emperor. Through the royal tutor, Liang Chu, the plight of Li Feng was brought to the attention of the emperor. Too late, the emperor sent for Li Feng. Her weak health could not stand the arduous journey north. She arrived just to die in the arms of the man she loved.


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The Shadow Boxing 1979 DVDRip XviD - YO!
a.k.a. The Spiritual Boxer Part II


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Liu Chia-yung / Lau Kar-wing
Huang Hsing-hsiu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Cinematographer: Arthur Wong
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Li Yen-hai
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Tang Wei-cheng
Production Manager: Mona Fong


The proven team of director Lau Ka Leung and star Gordon Lau collaborate on The Shadow Boxing, a horror-comedy featuring the famed hopping vampires of Hong Kong Cinema lore! Gordon Lau is Zhang Jie, an escaped convict out to prove his innocence. But first he has to get to the man who really committed the crime, which won't be easy. Luckily, two vampire herders (Lau Ka Wing and Wong Yu) are in the midst of herding wayward vampires to their families for burial. So how does Zhang Jie avoid capture by the authorities? He pretends to be a hopping vampire, with predictably hilarious results! Director Lau Kar Leung mixes his excellent action choreography with minor horror elements and a large helping of comedy. Also known as Spiritual Boxer 2, The Shadow Boxing features its fair share of hopping vampire action, and is a fine introduction to this unique Hong Kong genre!

The easiest way to transport corpses in Shanxi in olden days involved using the incantation of spells to animate the bodies and herd them, zombie-like, to their family homes for burial. One such corpse herder, Chen Wu, a heavy drinker and gambler, took up this unusual trade after he lost his reputation in a court case 15 years earlier. Chen and his assistant, Fan Chun Yuen (Wang Yu), receive delivery of eight corpses, but instead of dealing with them immediately, Chen goes to a gambling den, thus enraging the relatives of the dead men. When Fan eventually tracks down Chen, they hurriedly guide the corpses away. Just before they depart however, one more corpse shows up. While the other eight corpses behave “normally”, the new arrival acts decidedly more troublesome than the others. The strange group rests at a hotel along the way, and Chen heads to another gambling den. Meanwhile, Ah Fei arrives at the hotel to tell her friend Fan that her father has forced her to marry an idiot from a rich family and she wishes to escape. For once, Chen’s luck is in and he wins a lot of money from the den. The owner, Chau Tin Tai, wants his money back and in the ensuing brawl, Chen suffers a severe leg wound. Luckily, Fan appears and rescues his partner. Unable to continue on his journey with the corpses, Chen passes the responsibility of delivering them to their families’ homes onto Fan and Ah Fei. Things go from bad to worse when Fan and Ah Fei manage to quickly lose two of the bodies. But all is not as it seems. In fact, one of the two missing corpses is very much alive and is an escaped prisoner, Chang Kit (Gordon Liu Chia-hui), who was framed by Chau Tin Tai and a corrupt official, But Ying Hang. Chang had been sentenced to death and the only way he could evade capture was to disguise himself as a cadaver. His identity is finally discovered when he is caught stealing food. With the help from Fan, Chang Kit clears his name in a final showdown with the men who set him up.


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The Warlord 1972 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Tsung Hua
Michael Hui Kwun-man
Tina Ti
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Han-hsiang
Director: Li Han-hsiang
Assistant Director: Ma Fei
Wang Hsiung
Cinematographer: Lin Hua-chao
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


The popular Shaw Brothers comedy The Warlord introduced audiences to the comedy genius of Michael Hui Koon Man, the man who would one day become Hong Kong's reigning box office king of comedy! Michael Hui is Pang Ta Fu, the bald ruler of Shantung appointed to the position after the Sino-Russian conflict. Saddled with a three-month drought, Pang challenges the gods...and wins! Now that his country is prosperous again, Pang's popularity soars, but that's not the end of his story. He has to deal with battfield skirmishes (some of which are decided by mahjongg), and the unfaithful ways of his many, many wives. He also loses the national treasury due to gambling, and tries to pay his soldiers by secretly raiding a treasure-filled tomb! Recalling Charlie Chaplin's work in The Great Dictator, Michael Hui creates a broadly funny, satirical portrait of a Chinese warlord who may - or may not - have been based on an actual Chinese official! Directed by Li Han Hsiang, who would also direct Michael Hui in the erotic comedy The Happiest Moment.

Former bandit, Warlord General Pang Ta-fu becomes Provincial Governor of a northern Chinese territory during the civil war following the Revolution. He’s pompous and his love of wine and women is unlimited. His rule is a series of bizarre events accentuated by even crazier solutions. During a drought, Pang threatens the “Dragon God” so he fires his cannon into the air. Heavy rain follows. While presiding in court, Pang hears widow Pai Shih accuses her brother-in-law of raping her. In order to test the authenticity of her charge, he orders court guards to simulate her evidence and rape her. Pang orders her shot. During a birthday celebration for his stepfather, Pang’s real father arrives. Guests are embarrassed but Pang declares that his military standing warrants him having two fathers Pang becomes infatuated with a singer named Hsiao Lan-fang. The General becomes infuriated when Hsiao’s father blocks his amorous advances towards her. Pang kills the old man declaring the whole case closed after he pays compensation money to the family of the deceased. When Pang gambles away provincial funds and is unable to pay his troops, he plunders the Imperial tomb. With the advances of the Revolutionary army, Pang Ta-fu seeks Japanese protection. Later, back in his village, when he conspires to contact former colleagues to rally them against the Revolutionary Army, his plans fail when they become known to Hsiao Lan-fang, who wants to avenge her father’s death. Hsiao Lan-fang shoots and kills the Warlord at his family shrine.


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The Singing Killer 1970 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Action/Thriller
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
David Chiang
Wang Ping
Tina Chin Fei
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chiu Kang-chien
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Ku Hsi
Li Kuo-chiang
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Chang Cheh


"Godfather of the kung-fu film" Chang Cheh even wrote the song lyrics for this special crime thriller. David Chiang stars as a nightclub vocalist whose former criminal friends blackmail him into working with them again. In addition to such exceptional stalwarts as Ti Lung and Ku Feng, the rest of the cast includes such action actors as Chen Hsing, (The Invincible Fist) and Stanley Feng Tsui-fan (Hong Kong Superman) -- all under the guidance of master kung-fu choreographers Liu Chia-liang and Tang Chia.

Chiang-i is a nightclub singer, but his former associations with criminals catch up with him. His girl friend Susan is missing and his old gang say they will tell him her whereabouts if he helps them rob Feng, the manager of his nightclub. After he meets this condition, the gangs double-across him: they have no information about the girl, and they have pictures of him robbing the safe. Blackmailed into joining the gang, Chiang-i finds Susan employed in the next place they plan to rob. Overjoyed, he helps the manager fend off the other gang members, but Susan wants nothing to do with a gangster. The gangs escape the police, and pick up Susan along the way. She learns that it was Chiang-i’s love for her which put him in this compromising position. Another faction of the gang led by Feng, who wanted to frame Chiang-i from the beginning, still wants to incriminate Chiang-i, but in the ensuing conflict they are arrested, and Chiang-i is able to clear his name and regain Susan’s love.


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The Teahouse 1974 DVDRip x264 - [gx]


Genres: Action/Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Kuan-tai
Karen Yeh Ling-chi
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Szutu An
Director: Kuei Chih-hung
Assistant Director: Wen Yao-hua
Cinematographer: Yu Chi
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Chang Chao-hsi
Art Director / Set: Lin Mao-lung
Martial Arts Instructor: Ching Siu-tung
Original Story: Chiang Chih-nan


Popular kung-fu star Chan Koon Tai turns in a charismatic lead performance in The Teahouse, a powerful melodrama with tough action and some surprising social commentary. Chan Koon Tai is Big Brother Cheng, a former refugee who runs a local teahouse in Hong Kong. Respected by his peers, Big Brother Cheng runs the teahouse - and unofficially the neighborhood - with a firm righteous hand. However, when the triads come calling, Big Brother Cheng finds out respect and common decency may not be enough. The triads use underage kids to terrorize the teahouse, and since the law won't do anything, Big Brother Cheng may have to step in and take care of it himself!
The Teahouse might come up short on kung-fu action, but it delivers big on gritty drama and sympathetic, honorable characters. Surprising realism and an uncompromising edge make this an affecting portrait of average Hong Kong citizens, and a dramatic showcase for one righteous man: Big Brother Cheng. Those looking for more won't have far to go: Chan Koon Tai reprised his character in a popular sequel entitled Big Brother Cheng.

Boss Cheng (Chen Kuan-tai) is a middle-aged refugee in Hong Kong. He is frank and honest. After a year of hard work, he and his friends have managed to open a teahouse, called the Cheng Chi Teahouse. Business is brisk, and all employees in the teahouse are his relatives and fellow-refugees.
One day, Hsien Kang kills two thugs to avenge his murdered sister, Hsien Chu (Liu Wu-chi) who was employed at the teahouse. Boss Cheng helps to get Hsien’s sentence reduced. The thugs led by Hsiung (Fan Mei-sheng) are impressed by the tact and bravery of Boss Cheng when he and several of his friends venture into their hideout to rescue some teahouse workers. Then boss Cheng helps the police to smash a drug smuggling gang. He also squeezes $300,000 from the gangsters, and donates the amount to charity before informing the cops. Mrs. Wang (Karen Yeh Ling-chi), a poor widow, is touched by Boss Cheng’s kindness and she decides to marry him. Two different gangs attempt to murder him during the wedding. But the timely arrival of the cops saves him. Next day, the thugs led by Sheng Fan-ming, again attack the teahouse. Yet once more the cops arrive in the nick of time to arrest the ringleader. However, the police are under the impression that one way or another Boss Cheng is connected with the gangsters. Therefore, the police pressure him into revealing the names of the underworld. Cheng is finally forced to leave home with his wife and children, forsaking his teahouse, relatives, and friends.















The Master 1980 DVDRip XviD - RETRO


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chen Kuan-tai
Wang Lung-wei
Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Candy Wen Hsueh-erh
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Lu Chun-ku
Cinematographer: Ho Lu-ying
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Hsu Hsia
Production Manager: Mona Fong


Martial arts star Chan Koon Tai meets future action director Yuen Tak in the winning kung-fu picture The Master! Chan Koon Tai is kung-fu master Jin Tien Yun, who escapes from three diabolical killers, called the "Three Devils", with the help of meek kung-fu student Ko Chien (Yuen Tak). Since Ko Chien's master Shi is more of a poser than a fighter, Jin Tien Yun volunteers to help teach Ko in the finer points of real kung-fu fighting - in secret. Ko Chien blossoms as a fighter, but when Shi learns that Ko Chien has supplanted his training with that of another kung-fu master, he's expelled from the school! But the Three Devils arrive after Ko leaves, and take over the kung-fu school. One year later, Ko Chien returns to the school with only one goal: revenge! Director Lu Chin Ku and action director Hsu Hsia bring excellent martial arts sequences and a gripping storyline to The Master, and Yuen Tak and Chan Koon Tai provide the requisite kung-fu presence. Star Yuen Tak would go on to become an ace action choreographer, and a frequent collaborator of Corey Yuen Kwai and Jet Li!

Three gangsters make a surprise attack on Chin Tien-yun (Chen Kuan-tai), a renowned and skilled martial artist of strange character. Chin is badly wounded and takes refuge with Ko Chien (Yuan Te), who is already a pupil of Shih Cheng-chung (Liu Ho-nien). Chin nevertheless teaches his own martial skills to Ko out of gratitude. One day during practice at Shih’s gym, Ko accidentally reveals his new expertise. In order to protect Chin, his secret new master and also an enemy of Shih, Ko endures brutal treatment. Chin reveals his presence, a fight breaks out, and as Chin flees for his life he falls into the hands of the same three gangsters who this time kill him. Ko is expelled in disgrace, and seeks work at a small restaurant where he continues to improve his kung fu. He learns that Shih’s gym is being taken over by the three gangsters and so he immediately sets out to take vengeance. After an unequal struggle, he defeats each aggressor with the special skills he has learned from Chin.


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Loving You 1995 DVDRip XviD - HKmF


Genres: Action
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lau Ching-wan
Carman Lee
Tuo Zhong-hua
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Yu Nei-hai
Director: Johnnie To
Cinematographer: Cheng Shao-chiang
Editing: Huang Yung-ming
Musical Director: Chung Chi-wing
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuan Pin
Production Manager: Hsia Tse-shun


Lau Ching Wan, Best Actor at the recent Hong Kong Film Awards for My Name is Fame, has worked with multiple Best Director winner Johnnie To on a number of well-recognized projects, such as Loving You (1995), Lifeline (1996), and Too Many Ways to Be No.1 (1997).

In Loving You, Johnnie To skillfully brings to life a complex character whose physical injuries initiate a re-evaluation of the meaning of life. Based on a real-life case, the story develops around a cop who loses his senses of smell and taste after being shot in the head. The film also stars Carmen Lee (The Wicked City) as Lau Ching Wan's wife and Tou Chung Hua (July Rhapsody) as a fierce drug dealer.

Lau Ching Wan portrays a bad-tempered, womanizing cop who always neglects his wife (Carmen Lee). He is trying to hunt down a drug dealer, but, owing to his own shortcomings, falls into a trap and gets shot in the head. While the bullet spares his life, he needs to depend on his wife to nurse him while she is already carrying another man's child. After much self-reflection which changes his life, our protagonist decides to strike back...


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Young People 1972 DVDRip XviD - CG


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Chen Kuan-tai
Irene Chen I-ling
David Chiang
Agnes Chen
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Ho Chih-chiang
John Woo
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


Heroic bloodshed director Chang Cheh changes gears with Young People, a youth drama set in 1960s Hong Kong. David Keung stars as a drummer in a music band who desires peace between the rival factions at his school. Di Lung is the captain of the basketball team, who looks down upon the peace loving kids, and is a rival to Chan Koon Tai, as the martial arts captain. The three men are cornerstones of three separate beliefs and outlets of youth, and it's only through perseverance - and a few knockdown, free-for-all street fights - that harmony and friendship can be restored. Chang Cheh brings his celebrated themes of righteousness and male-bonding to Young People, but substitutes swinging sixties do-gooders for the usual blood-and-guts martial arts masters of his kung-fu epics. Featuring an iron triangle of Shaw Brothers leading men, Young People is an unexpected film from the master of heroic bloodshed.

Sportsmen students led by Lin Ta, rival Hung Wei and the other members of the University Music Group. They also dislike the Chinese Boxing group led by Ho Tai, and his girlfriend, Yang Luan who is the campus beauty and for whom Lin Ta has a secret desire. The final of the University basketball tournament is between Lin Ta’s Dagger team and the Eagles. When Lin Ta is injured, Ho Tai helps him and finally the Dagger team wins the trophy. Yang Luan jilts Ho Tai for the conceited Lin Ta. Yuan Shu-sheng from the Music Group admires Lin Ta and Ho Tai, but is rejected when he applies to join Ho’s Boxing club. In an effort to revive the Music Group’s low spirits, Hung Wei teaches them boxing and other martial arts. His elder brother, Hung Po, tries unsuccessfully to disrupt the program. During a boxing contest, Hung Wei encourages a dispirited Ho Tai to victory, and Yang Luan turns her attentions to him once more causing further clashes between Lin Ta and Ho Tai. With Hung Wei as their mediator, the rivalry between the music and sports groups dissolves into friendship. When assisted by Lin Ta and Ho Tai, Hung Wei wins a kart Grand Prix, Yang Luan transfers her attentions to Hung Wei, but he is not interested. She ends up happily coupled with an eager Yuan Shu-sheng. At a University social, Hung Wei invites his newfound friends Lin Ta and Ho Tai to join him, and thrills the crowd with his presentation of a show for the young people.


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Jade Tiger 1977 DVDRip DivX


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Ku Feng
Lily Li
Lo Lieh
Hsiao Yao
Shih Szu
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chu Yuan
Ku Lung
Director: Chu Yuan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Huang Pei-chi
Original Story: Ku Lung
Production Manager: Chen Lieh


Director Chor Yuen directs an epic tale about a 100 year-old grudge between warring clans in The Jade Tiger. Di Lung stars as Zhao Wuji, son of the master of Dafeng Hall, who finds his father's headless corpse on the eve of his wedding! Zhao Wuji seeks revenge immediately, but he gets entangled in the machinations of the Tang Clan, who attack him with a variety of martial artists and deceptive trickery. Undaunted, he brings the fight to them, and infiltrates their ranks as a member of another gang. But more surprises, plot twists, and devious double-crosses occur, as the 100 year-old grudge between the two clans heats up, leading to a blowout climax! Many of Shaw Brothers Studios' biggest stars take part in The Jade Tiger, including Law Lit, Ngok Wah, Goo Fung, Norman Tsui Siu Keung, and Derek Yee Tung Sing! Epic battles and the trademark gorgeous Shaw Brothers sets and costumes help make The Jade Tiger an entertaining martial arts classic!

A longstanding, bitter feud exists between the Chao Clan and its rivals, the Tang Clan. Chao Wu-chi (Ti Lung) of the Chao Clan is to marry Wei Feng-niang (Hsiao Yao), but at the wedding feast the bridegroom is absent, due to having gone to fight a duel with Tu Hu-Hsing. Chao Wu-chi returns home triumphant, but is shocked to find the headless body of his father, and to find that a jade ornament in the shape of a tiger, is missing too. The Tangs had sent ruffians to disrupt the wedding feast, as Shang Kuan-yin (Ku Feng) went to the Tangs’ stronghold to deliver the head of Chao’s father, and to claim the 200,000 taels of silver reward.
Chao Wu-chi is informed that a certain person, named “Hsi Shih” has infiltrated the Tangs’ stronghold, and at some point plans to rise up and help avenges the murder of Chao’s father.
Chao Wu-chi bids his wife farewell, and goes alone to seek out his father’s killers. En route, he is poisoned by the Tangs, but is rescued and taken to the hideout of a roving band, led by Ma Che Yi-yen, who later advises Chao to seek the healing powers of Tang Ao (Yueh Hua) and his sister, Tang Yue (Shih Szu). After seeking them out, Chao’s health is restored and as it turns out, Ao and Yue are in fact henchmen for the Tangs, but secretly hate them for their wicked deeds. Chao Wu-chi encounters Tang Yu (Derek Yee) and kills him. Aided by Ao and Yue, Chao Wu–chi succeeds in deceiving Tang Chieh (Lo Lieh) into believing that he has brought back the body of Tang Yu because he is his friend. Once inside the Tang stronghold, a mysterious man, Shang Kuan-yin, rescues Chao Wu-chi when he is surrounded by Tang guards. Shang tells Chao Wu-chi that his father had committed suicide by ordering Shang to cut off his head and deliver it to the Tangs, in order to convince them that he his friendly. A note written by Chao’s father and concealed in the jade tiger bears his story out.
To further win over the Tangs, Shang Kuan-yin suggests that Chao Wu-chi marries Tang Yue, who of course is unaware of his true identity. The marriage is arranged.
Meanwhile, Wei Feng-niang, accompanied by Chao’s sister, Chao Chien-chien (Lily Li), goes to the Tangs looking for her husband. When he sees her, Chao Wu-chi denies that she is his wife. Wei Feng-niang realizes that her husband has some ulterior motive in denying the truth, and so she commits suicide. Tang Yue also kills herself when she learns that her newly wed husband Chao, is in fact a sworn enemy of her clan. By that time, the Tangs are engaged in battling against Chao Wu-chi and Shang Kuan-yin. Thanks to the timely intervention of “His Shih,” the Tangs are defeated.
After annihilating the Tangs, Chao Wu-chi refuses to accept fame and honour. Instead, sickened by the bloodshed, he makes friends with Ma Che Yi-jen and his associates, who also tired of all the fighting and destruction, have retired to a life of ease and peacefulness.


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Kid From Kwangtung 1982 DVDrip Xvid - CG


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Yang Pan-pan
Huang Cheng-li
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Li Pai-ling
Director: Hsu Hsia
Cinematographer: Chang Hai
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Fang Pao-hua
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Chang Yu
Hsu Hsia
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Though perhaps less remembered now than some of his peers, Wong Yue was one of Shaw Brothers' big stars in the 1970s and 80s. He made over 30 films with the studio including classic actioners like The Spiritual Boxer (1975), He Has Nothing But Kung Fu (1977), and The Proud Youth (1978). One of his more representative works is 1982's Kid from Kwangtung, directed by martial arts choreographer-cum-director Hsu Hsia. As the titular "kid", Wong captures his character's transformation from mischievous, fist-baring youth to martial arts master and national hero. Along the way, he faces off against Korean kicker Hwang Jang Lee for some brawling martial arts set pieces. Perhaps best known for the Silver Fox series and his roles in Snake in the Eagle's Shadow and Drunken Master, Hwang made his name in the Hong Kong film industry with his deadly kicks, and his famed legs see plenty of action in Kid from Kwangtung.

Kid from Kwangtung also co-stars actress Sharon Yang Pan Pan, one of Hong Kong's most memorable kung fu heroines. Though more well-known for her television performances, most notably in Legend of the Condor Heroes, Yang actually started out in film, as a child star none less, learning martial arts along the way. Prior to Kid from Kwangtung, director Hsu Hsia, Wong Yue, and Sharon Yang all collaborated the year before in Lion vs. Lion (1981).


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River Of Fury 1973 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Action/Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Ku Feng
Danny Lee / Li Hsiu-hsien
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Tseng-chai
Assistant Director: Chen Chih
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuen Cheung-yan
Yuen Woo-ping / Yuen Ta-yen
Original Story: Hsu Yu
Action Director: Kao Chin


Award-winning director Zhang Ceng Ze, who helmed only a handful of films for the illustrious Shaw Brothers studio, steps into the director's chair for 1973's River of Fury. It tells a gripping coming -of-age story about a young man who discovers that the lust for money and fame might just prevent him from getting the girl of his dreams! Danny Lee Sau Yin (from the cult classic Mighty Peking Man and John Woo's The Killer) stars as Zhou Yezhuang, a rural farm kid who sets out on his own after the death of his beloved father. During his wanderings, Yezhuang comes to meet and admire Duobo (Goo Fung), a riverboat pilot who just so happened to be an old drinking buddy of Yezhuang's departed father. Feeling compassion towards the young man's plight, Duobo takes Yezhuang on as an apprentice of sorts, revealing his involvement in the illegal smuggling trade.
While transporting a Cantonese opera troupe, Yezhuang begins to develop feelings for the group's prettiest actress, Ge Yiqing (Lily Ho). A romance blossoms between the two, but sadly, her mother objects to the match. It seems that Yiqing is a star on the rise, and the mother isn't willing to jeopardize her daughter's career, especially since she's the breadwinner of the house! And even when Yezhuang actually convinces Yiqing's mother to agree to the match, she immediately changes her mind once she realizes that she can set Yiqing up with an extremely rich (but married) man. And with Yiqing herself lusting for fame, glory, and riches, what's a simple country boy to do? With seemingly everyone around him stumbling over themselves to achieve the same sort of superficial aims, will Yezhuang be able to overcome these hurdles to achieve the life he's always wanted, or will he be destroyed by the greed of others?

Glamorous dramatic actress, Ko I-ching (Lily Ho) is one of the idols in an itinerant stage show which tours Central China. The show manager, Wang naturally treats her well. The troupe travels about on a boat owned by To Pai (Ku Feng), who is a smuggler in disguise. A young rustic, Chou Yeh-chuang, alias Yeh Chuang Tzu (Danny Lee) is a member of the boat crew, and he works unwittingly for the smuggler.
Yeh Chuang Tzu and Ko I-ching fall in love, and cunning To Pai helps them to the altar against her mother's wishes. While Yeh Chuang Tzu is gone, on an errand, his wife transfers her affections to a wealthy playboy called Liu Ta Shao Yeh. In desperation, heartbroken Yeh Chuang Tzu accepts more risky work from the smuggler on lucrative terms. Later on, the smuggling ring is broken by the police, who arrest Yeh Chuang Tzu, and send him to jail. Meanwhile, Liu Ta Shao Yeh loses his fortune in the stock markets, and so he cannot afford to continue keeping Ko I-ching, who subsequently leaves him to become To Pai's mistress. After Yeh Chuang Tzu is released from prison, he is shocked to see her living wrth the smuggler in his palatial mansion in Shanghai. The sight is too much for the disillusioned ex-prisoner, who consequently goes back to his own village, after spurning To Pai's offer to reunite him with the actress.


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Iron Bodyguard 1973 DVDRip XviD - CG


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Chen Kuan-tai
Betty Pei Ti
Lily Li
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Pao Hsueh-li
Assistant Director: Chung Liang
Chang Ching-po
Cinematographer: Juan Ting-pang
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung


Director Chang Cheh brings his familiar themes of brotherhood and righteous bloodshed to Iron Bodyguard, a powerful kung-fu drama that unfolds in classic Shaw Brothers tradition! Martial arts star and Chang Cheh regular Chan Koon Tai is "Big Blade" Wang Wu, a security officer who works to combat the unjust treatment of criminals by the corrupt Qing government. When the righteous, idealistic Tan Si Gong (Ngok Wah) makes an overt effort to end the corrupt Qing rule, he's singled out for censure. Tan Si Gong willingly gives himself up, but Wang Wu won't have it. Righteous protest turns into rebellion as Wang Wu and his comrades rise up to save Tan Si Gong before he's turned into a martyr for his cause! Violent action sequences and male-bonding heroes highlight Iron Bodyguard, another in a series of powerful box-office hits from the dynamite team of Chang Cheh and Chan Koon Tai!

Towards the end of the Ching Dynasty, patriots join together to oppose the corruption of the ruling powers and are reportedly planning a revolt against the Ching emperor in the capital. Among them are treasury house owner Wang Wu (Chen Kuan-tai) – a skilled fighter, and Tan Tzu-tung (Yueh Hua). Although Wang Wu agrees to Yen Feng’s request for a loan or silver, he is quite unaware of this man’s animosity towards him until Yen and his henchmen openly attack him. The fight takes place in a brothel where Wang Wu is enjoying the company of the lovely Chin Chu-hua. Yen Feng and his men are out to kill Wang Wu, and it is only because of the timely arrival of Tan Tzu-tung, that they do not succeed. After this, Wang and Tan Tzu-tung become firm friends. When government officers conspire to arrest the patriots on sedition charges, Wang Wu promises his help and they escape. Only Tan Tzu-tung remains behind in the city, where he tries to promote his anti-Ching campaign with other patriotically minded Chinese. But he is soon arrested and jailed. Upon hearing this, Wang Wu makes plans to rescue his friend with the aid of Tan’s sister, Tan Chio (Lily Li). But he does not account for Wen Ping, who he thinks is a trusted friend and colleague, but is actually a Ching spy. It is because of this man and all the secret information he manages to get on Wang Wu’s rescue plans, that the Ching officers are alerted. A fierce battle erupts between the soldiers and the rescue party and many brave men die. Though the plan fails and Wang is seriously wounded, he escapes to Tan Chio’s care. After a while, he sets out to find Wen Ping only to once again be confronted by soldiers. Wang Wu not only kills many soldiers but also his hated enemies Wen Ping and Yen Feng. But his satisfaction is short-lived when more soldiers attack him. In the name of honor and liberty, Wang dies a martyr.


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Dead End 1969 DVDRip XviD - iMBT


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Ti Lung
David Chiang
Chen Yen-yen
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chiu Kang-chien
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Wu Ma
Yang Ching-chen
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: Chang Cheh


Legendary filmmaker Zhang Che (a.k.a. Chang Cheh) puts a Hong Kong spin on the classic Romeo and Juliet love story with the groundbreaking Shaw Brothers production, Dead End, a thrilling tale of undying love, true friendship, and bitter tragedy! Released in 1969, the film stars Di Lung as Zhang Chung, a sensitive young rascal who finds himself hopping from job to job, woman to woman in the latter part of the Swinging Sixties! While driving around with his best friend (David Keung) and his sometime lover (Angela Yu Chien), Zhang spots a young woman in a broken-down Mercedes. Played by baby queen Li Jing, the beautiful girl turns out to be the daughter of a super wealthy businessman. Although she and Zhang are clearly from different worlds, once they meet, the two develop an instant chemistry and quickly fall in love with each other!
Unfortunately, not everyone approves of this unconventional, but happy romance, most notably, the girl's elder brother (Chan Hung Lit) who goes so far as to threaten Zhang at his workplace, costing him yet another job. Thus, the two embark on a cycle of revenge in which there is no turning back, locking them both on a collision course with one another. Furious, Zhang retaliates by destroying the family's once stellar reputation. Sadly, this only leads the vindictive brother to gather together some cronies to take revenge, a decision that leads to the murder of one of Zhang's closest allies! As Zhang and his adversary reach a literal and metaphorical dead end, who will end up surviving? And can love prevail over all? The answer lies in Zhang Che's Dead End, a winning tale from the Shaw Brothers film library that launched Di Lung's acting career and kicked off a whole new wave of films that lasted for more than half a decade!

Young Chang Shun brings his girl to the office at night and gets the sack. But Chang doesn’t give a damn and continues his wild ways. He chances to meet Wen Jou when her sports car breaks down, drives her home and falls for her. Chang then manages to find a new job. Dancing with Wen Jou at a nightclub, Chang chances to meet her brother Wen Chiang who dislikes him intensely. On the way home, Chang picks up a pistol dropped by a convict fleeing from the police. Chang is again fired from his job (because of Wen Chiang) and he and Jou are later arrested in a brawl. Wen Chiang’s gang is after Chang and Wen Jou is forbidden to see him again. When Chang and his pals are beaten up by Wen Chiang’s crowd, the humiliated Chang takes the pistol he’s found and heads for Wen’s home. He shoots him dead. Chang next dates Jou and the two go for a drive. Their car is tailed by the cops and soon surrounded. Chang reaches for his pistol and is gunned down. But his weapon is not loaded.












Shaw Film Library - Digital Remastering DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE




This is a little featurette about the remastering process that turned old crap into shiny gold







My Name Ain't Suzie 1985 DVDRip XviD - Mvanilli


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Angela Yu Chien
Patricia Ha Man-jik
Deanie Yip
Anthony Wong
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Chan Koon-chung
Director: Angie Chan
Cinematographer: Wen Wen-chieh
Bob Huke
Lin Hui-tai
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Teng Kuang-hsien
Li Ching-wen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Chan Koon-chung
Original Sound Track: Anders Nelson


The title of My Name Ain't Suzie may evoke the 1960 American film The World of Suzie Wong, but this gritty Shaw Brothers production presents a far less glamorized account of the lives of Hong Kong prostitutes than the popular American romance did. Pat Ha stars as Shui Mei, a poor girl from a fishing village who goes to work as a prostitute at the Lucky Bar in Wanchai. Run by Madam Monie (Betty Ting Pei), the bar is a den of sin for western sailors, who frequent the establishment for their shore leave fix of sexual satisfaction. When Shui Mei meets handsome Eurasian Jimmy (the great Anthony Wong), she starts a feud with the Lucky Bar's manager Angela Yu Chien for Jimmy's affections. The quarrel gets Shui Mei kicked out of the Lucky Bar, and forces her to ultimately ply her trade on Hong Kong's mean streets.
Directed by Angela Chan On Kei, My Name Ain't Suzie presents a more authentic portrait of the bar girl life than the usual glamorized accounts, and features a stellar starring performance by Pat Ha, who was nominated for a Best Actress Hong Kong Film Award. Deannie Ip took home a Best Supporting Actress award for her portrayal of tough gang boss Ying, Shui Mei's eventual friend and benefactor. My Name Ain't Suzie is an intriguing and intelligent look at the world's oldest profession, Hong Kong-style.

It is the year 1958, when bars were at their height. Fisher girls Shui Mei-li (Patricia Ha Man-jik) and Teng Liang-mei (Kuan Yi-nan) are introduced by Monroe (Betty Ting Pei) to join the thriving Lucky Bar in Wanchai. They are trained by Shirley (Angela Yu Chien), a middle-aged mama-san who has under her custody a half-breed named Jimmy (Anthony Wong), whose mother, an ex-bar girl, killed herself when her American sailor lover deserted her. Mei-li soon falls in love with Jimmy, and when the possessive Shirley find out about this, Mei-li and Liang-mei have to leave the bar. Mei-li’s dreams of eloping with Jimmy are shattered when Jimmy finds his father and plans to join him in the USA. The stubborn Mei-li and Liang-mei become streetwalkers, but after several years, they open a girlie bar with their savings. However, under the pressure of the underworld, they are forced to close it. Then Mei-li gets acquainted with gang boss sister Wang Ying (Deanie Yip) and operates a Night Club with her. Within years she triples the number of joints and makes lots of money. Meanwhile, Liang-mei gets married, leaving her alone. The ambitious Mei-li disposes of her small establishments to operate a plush nightclub in the tourist area, but because it interferes with the triad society, Wang Ying is unable to offer her any further protection. On hearing that her ex-boss Shirley is now tortured by poverty and illness, Mei-li rushes to see her and offers her financial help. Eventually, Shirley dies. Jimmy, divorced with his wife in the U.S., returns with his two sons to Hong Kong to look for a wife. Mei-li and her sisters hope that she can get back together with her ex-flame. However, and unexpectedly, Jimmy takes a fancy to one of her bargirls Wensy. Mei-li disappointed but she still helps Jimmy arrange for a passionate rendezvous with Wensy. Unable to continue her nightclub business, Mei-li spends the rest of her life alone in Shirley’s old house.


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Sex For Sale 1974 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Tina Chin Fei
Chin Han
Yi Ta
Helen Ko
Ai Ti
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Yi Ta
Director: Chang Tseng-chai
Assistant Director: Ma Lan
Cinematographer: Tsao Hui-chi
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


From director Chang Tseng Chai comes the highly provocative Sex for Sale, a steamy tale of one man's numerous sexual escapades in the big city! Released in 1974, this erotic film features Chin Han, an actor who would later find fame starring in Taiwanese melodramas. Here, he portrays a sheltered country bumpkin who immigrates to Hong Kong, only to find himself caught up in a fast-paced world of lust and casual sex!
While at the unemployment office, our naïve hero meets a daring boss lady (Tina Chin Fei), who unashamedly asks the poor boy to strip down to his skivvies! Liking what she sees, Chin Han's character is given a job as a bathing suit model. In the process, he befriends a female model (Ai Di), who invites him to join her modeling school. The young man takes a liking to his new friend, but is forced to sleep with Tina Chin Fei's character to pay back his debt! Soon, the relatively inexperienced lad finds himself making up for lost time, engaging in various extracurricular activities to satisfy his growing libido. Amazingly, women seem to find the man simply irresistible. In fact, he beds women from just about every walk of life, including a wheelchair-bound woman (Ha Ping), a promiscuous fellow model, a prostitute (Helen Ko), and even his landlady! He even attracts the attention of a gay singer played by Yi Da, the novelist who wrote the film's screenplay! Will Chin Han's character continue to be a lothario? Or will he turn gay? Or will he find true love before it's too late? The answer lies in Sex for Sale, a 1970s era film that even today remains amazingly provocative!

Lin Wei-pin (Chin Han) walks into an employment agency looking for a job, after a somewhat unusual interview by Tu Pi (Tina Chin Fei), who runs the agency, he gets a job as a male model. In the course of his work Lin Wei-pin meets Salsali (Ai Ti), who, apart from being the top local model, also runs a Beauty Centre. Lin is much impressed by Salsali, loving her and requesting her in training him to be a successful model. Tu Pi is a sex-starved divorcee who goes all out to seduce Lin Wei-pin. She also finds him another job as a companion to a rich middle-aged amputee, Mrs. Ou (Hsia Ping). Lin Wei-pin soon discovers that Mrs. Ou wants more than just companionship. At a nightclub, Salsali introduces Lin Wei-pin to her friends Linda (Eva Lin), and an effeminate man, called Laurel (Yi Ta), who is a singer by profession. Linda is a loose girl who enjoys seducing every man she meets. One night, she convinces Lin Wei-pin to take her to his room at Mrs. Ou’s home; two are discovered making love by Mrs. Ou; and thus ending the relationship with Mrs. Ou. Lin Wei-pin goes to live at Tu Pi’s place, but that relationship ends with a bang when Tu Pi overhears Lin referring to her as “that old bag”. By this time Lin Wei-pin, thanks to Salsali, has become a successful model. The day he leaves Tu Pi, Salsali agrees to let him stay overnight at her place. Lin Wei-pin and Salsali discover that they are in love, but Salsali insists that he must forget her. Later, Laurel invites Lin Wei-pin to share his apartment. Lin accepts, but rejects Laurel’s homosexual advances, resulting in Laurel committing suicide.


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The Shadow Boxer 1974 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Frankie Wei Hung
Shih Szu
Chen Wo-fu
Chan Shen
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Pao Hsueh-li
Assistant Director: Chung Liang
Cinematographer: Juan Ting-pang
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuen Woo-ping / Yuen Ta-yen
Boxing Instructor: Cheng Tien-hsiung


Watch out for this martial arts master piece! It features the real Tai Chi expert Chen Wo Fu who dedicated his life to train his body into a living deadly weapon. Regrettably this thrilling action delight with many memorable fighting scenes was the first and the last movie to feature Chen Wo Fu in such an outstanding role! We respectfully recommend The Shadow Boxer in commemoration of this great true master!

Ku Ting (Chen Wo-fu) is an honest young road-construction worker. Though a skilled shadow boxer, he always tries to avoid being involved in unnecessary fighting. The construction gang Boss is called Chin. His son, Chin Ta-shen (Frankie Wei Hung) is a good boxer, but he is very conceited and brutal. He has employed a number of hirelings, including Teng Kai-hsi (Yang Tse-lin) to fight for him. Among the workers is a Kung Fu man called Hu Ping-lien (Tsung Chin-kuei). As he is a straightforward young man, he frequently clashes with the gangsters led by Teng Kai-hsi. Ku Ting tries to appease the anger of both parties; but he seldom suffers injuries, because being an expert shadow boxer, he can exercise such feats as ‘muscle control’ and ‘Karate self-defence’ which softens the enemy’s attacking force. Ku Ting often goes to Teacher Yang’s (Yang Chi-ching) house to learn and improve his shadow boxing skill. Yang’s daughter Yang Chen (Shih Szu) develops an affection for Ku Ting. But to her dismay, Ku Ting has already made close friends with a girl called A-pao (Chen Mei-hua). Yang Chen is jealous of A-pao, and in order not to aggravate her, Teacher Yang asks Ku Ting to stop coming to his home for the time being.
Chin Ta-shen, hearing that Teacher Yang is a skilled Kung Fu exponent, challenges him to a tournament, but teacher Yang rejects the challenge. Chin Ta-shen is angered and orders several boxers to kill Teacher Yang. At the same time, A-pao, who is a maid-servant in Chin’s house, is raped by Chin Ta-shen. A-pao is so desperate after being raped, that she drowns herself in a river. These two said incidents sadden Ku Ting’s heart, and so he goes to Chin Ta-shen’s house, and accuses him of murdering A-pao. When Chin Ta-shen learns that Ku Ting is one of Teacher Yang’s disciples, he (Chin) challenges Ku Ting to a contest. But Ku refuses to fight back, when he is attacked. However, the non-violent policy of Ku Ting only adds fuel to the fire of Chin Ta-shen’s gang, and one day, some of the thugs attack and kill Hu Ping-lien. At this point, Ku Ting begins to realise that his non-violent policy only encourages the thugs to carry out their attacks more often than ever on innocent people. Hence, he (Ku Ting) starts to think of resisting the gangsters. One day, Yang Chen alone sneaks into Chin Ta-shen’s house to attack him, and so avenge her father’s death. While Yang Chen and Chin Ta-shen are locked in a duel, Teng Kai-hsi joins in the fight on Chin’s side. As a result, Yang Chen is defeated and captured alive by the thugs.
Meanwhile, Ku Ting, with the aid of Yang Tung, a good kind-hearted boxer, manages to kill the thugs, who have previously murdered Hu Ping-lien. Then they rush to Chin’s house, and succeed in rescuing Yang Chen from Chin Ta-shen, and a severe fight ensues between Ku Ting, Yang Chen and Yang Tung on one side, and on the other side Chin Ta-shen, Teng-shen, Teng Kai-hsi and their gangsters. Chin Ta-shen kicks Ku Ting so hard, that he (Ku) is knocked unconscious, and the thugs think he is dead. Yang Tung is killed, and Yang Chen is recaptured by the thugs. Then while the thugs are removing the bodies of Ku Ting and Yang Tung, Ku Ting suddenly regains consciousness and attacks them. The thugs cannot resist Ku’s attack, and they are killed. Yang Chen frees herself and runs to meet Ku.


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The Master Strikes Back 1984 DVDRip XviD - SBunite


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ti Lung
Wang Yu
Ku Feng
Hu Hui-chung
Chen Hui-min
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Sun Chung
Li Jung-chang
Director: Sun Chung
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Huang Chin-chiang
Teng Kuang-hsien
Martial Arts Instructor: Yuan Te / Chiang Lin
Chang Yu
Cheng Chia-sheng
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


In The Master Strikes Back, Hong Kong's Steadicam pioneering director Sun Chung brings back legendary Ti Lung to play famous weapons instructor Tung Tieh-cheng, who is invited to teach a Ching official's soldiers, in this unofficial sequel to The Kung-fu Instructor. But after his son is kidnapped and castrated what follows is a chaotic, human whirlwind of slicing and dicing compliments of the highly touted martial arts director and one of Jackie Chan's kung-fu classmates, Yuan Te.

It is the Kuang Hsu year of the Ching dynasty. Famous Kwangtung coach Tung Tieh-cheng (Ti Lung) comes with his son Hsiao Feng (Fan Shao-wang) to a small town in Kwangsi to take up an appointment by War Minister Huang Shou-hsin (Ku Feng). They are uncivilly detained by Constables Chin Pu-huan (Chen Hui-min) and Chai San-kuei (Lung Tien-chiang), but later released. Tung imposes strict training and rule over the soldiers and forbids them from leaving the camp at night. This causes a precipitate drop in the business of the brothels, much to the indignation of procuress Chu (Tien Mi) and the behind-the-scenes boss Chin. One night, Ho Liu (Wang Yu), Chen Chin (Liu Shao-chun) and others secretly sneak out of the camp to the brothel, and are lured into bringing all the other soldiers there the following night. Chen plans to flee with courtesan Fen (Liang Lin-ling), who has his baby, but when the plot is discovered, Fen is forced into her death. Chen is caught and handed over to Huang for execution. Tung intervenes and preserves his life, winning the soldiers’ high commendation and support. Chin frames Hsiao Feng for theft and imprisons him, hoping to force Tung into relaxing control over the soldiers, but fails. Chin also deliberately offers Hsiao Feng as a young eunuch for eunuch Chen (Lu Chun-ku). Bowing to his pressure, Tung leaves the town in exchange for the safe return of his son. When Hsiao Feng is returned castrated, Tung fights back into the town to challenge Chin. Though greatly outnumbered, he finally kills Chin with the help of the soldiers, thus rid-ding the locality of an evil.


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Carry On Doctors And Nurses 1985 DVDrip Xvid - YYddr


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chan Friend
Alfred Cheung Kin-ting
Meg Lam
Paul Chung
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Wen Chuan
Alfred Cheung Kin-ting
Huang Hung-chi
Director: Chan Friend
Cinematographer: Shen Wu-ming
Chang Cheng-tung
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Li Ching-wen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Alfred Cheung Kin-ting
Original Sound Track: Chung Shao-feng


Director/actor Chan Friend joined award-winning social satirist Alfred Cheung Kin-ting to create and act in this delightful variation on the hugely successful British Carry On! Film series. It all takes place at St. Morant Hospital where a harried but lovely administrator (Meg Lam) must deal with lusty interns, chaste (and chased) student nurses, a delirious surgeon, a dissection fiend, a criticizing Commissioner, and gross negligence at regular intervals. This group couldn’t fix anything…but your funny bone.

In the wake of a complaint about the management of St. Morant Hospital, an ad hoc committee is formed by the Medical & Health Department to seek an improvement. A reform is proposed with matron Linda Ku (Meg Lam) in charge. Ku trains up a number of student nurses including Fang Hsiao-min (Chen Hsiu-wen), Chi Shun-chieh (Chen Le-min), Lin Shan-shan, Ho Chia-li and Tan (Cheng Tan-shui).
But the Hospital is still surrounded by a series of wacky situations. First, the four interns Pao Tzu-wen (Wen Chuan), Paul Lo (Paul Chung), Falkland (Kuan Chao-chung) and Liu Yu-yun (Alfred Cheung Kin-ting), resort to foul means to woo the student nurses. Then Dr. Chen (Chan Friend) suffers a mental stimulation after being deserted by his wife, becomes absent-minded and gets a head injury and delirium due to a Misunderstanding with a female patient. This arouses the dissatisfaction of Ku and a direct confrontation ensues.
To put an end to such irregularities, the Commissioner decides to make a personal observation on how surgery is going on. This causes much alarm to all, but Yu-yun's twin brother Kuo-yun (Alfred Cheung Kin-ting), a dissection fiend and butcher boy, offers to demonstrate his skills. During the operation, Dr. Chen collapses from overexertion and Kuo-yun takes over, per-forming a brilliant job to the satisfaction of all.
Despite gross negligence at regular intervals, the Hospital has shown some improvement under Ku's management. But as her confrontation with the interns deepens, she is drugged, teased and made the butt of a scandal. Only when Ku decides to resign, do the other staffs try to retain her, and she decides to stay to help treat the large number of wounded caused by a nearby traffic accident.


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Seeding of a Ghost 1983 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Genre: Horror
Director: Richard Yeung
Cast: Norman Chu Siu Keung
Philip Ko Fei
Tin Mat
Maria Yuen Chi Wai
Wong Yung
Wai Ga Man
Hung San Nam
Wai Yee Yan
Pak Man Biu
Jaime Chik Mei Jan
Yee Muk Kwan San
Presenter : Run Run Shaw
Production Manager : Lawrence Wong Ka Hee
Producer : Mona Fong Yat Wah
Writer : Lam Yee Hung
Original Story : Wang Kam Bar


The 1983 cult classic Seeding of a Ghost is one of the most notorious titles in the Shaw Brothers horror pantheon, which is no small achievement. Directed by resident gore master Richard Yeung Kuen (Hell Has No Boundary), this over-the-top horror sexploitation thriller throws everything to the ceiling fan for an extremely graphic fest of horrific bloodshed, stomach-turning hexes, exploding bodies, and outrageously creative gore. The unofficial third entry in the Black Magic series, Seeding of a Ghost makes its predecessors look tame, and features one of the most sensationally gruesome final acts put to celluloid.
Seeding of a Ghost begins with taxi driver Chow (Philip Ko) accidentally hitting a black magic sorcerer, who warns Chow that misfortune will befall him. Sure enough, Chow's wife Irene (Maria Jo) soon strikes up a sordid affair with slick gambler Fong (Norman Tsui). After an argument with Fong one night, Irene takes to the streets alone and gets raped and killed by a group of gangsters. An enraged Chow, now suspected for murder, seeks out the sorcerer to get revenge on the perpetrators. Blood splatters left and right as everyone connected with Irene's death, and then some extra, fall prey in grotesque fashion to twisted black magic and the uncontrollable wrath of Chow and Irene's spirit.


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The Flying Mr B 1985 DVDRip XviD - NDRT


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Cherie Chung Cho-hung
Kenny Bee
Patricia Ha Man-jik
Cheng Tse-shih
Producer: Mona Fong
Director: Wong Jing
Cinematographer: Lan Nei-tsai
Lin Chao
Editing: Chang Chao-hsi
Liu Shao-kuang
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Huang Jui-wen
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw
Line Producer: Lok Yee-ling
Original Sound Track: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Kenny Bee
Alan Tsui
Action Director: Liang Shao-hung


Look, up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's the Flying Mr. B. The Nutty Professor gets a Chinese twist in The Flying Mr. B, an irreverent superhero comedy written and directed by Wong Jing, the man behind such classic Hong Kong films as God of Gamblers and the Royal Tramp films. Released in 1985, the movie features Kenny Bee Chung Chun To (Let's Make Laugh) in the starring role, fresh off his appearance in Tsui Hark's 1984 film, Shanghai Blues.
This outlandish caper revolves around the zany antics of a screwball professor (Kenny Bee) and his dorky student (Wong Jing). By pure accident, the two stumble upon the creation of a magical super pill that quickly turns the professor from a meek Clark Kent-type into a veritable Chinese Superman! Donning a red costume and a blue cape, the novice hero sets out to make the world a better place, but before long, everybody wants to get their grubby little paws on those powerful pills, including a sports team looking to gain a winning edge and a cold-blooded gang boss hoping for ultimate power! Luckily, the caped crusader finds an ally in a quick-witted female (the beautiful Cherie Chung Chor Hung, from John Woo's Once a Thief). Will this newly-formed dynamic duo have what it takes to save the day? Find out in The Flying Mr. B, an entertaining comedy featuring appearances by Kent Cheng Jut Si, Pat Ha Man Gik, Loletta Lee Lai Chun, and Nat Chan Bak Cheung!

Hsu Shih-fei (Kenny Bee) and Chu Yu-chien (Cheng Tse-shih) are both teachers of a middle school. Chu is close to completing the research of a “Keep Fit” mixture when his overage student “Demoted” (Wong Jing) spills it and remixes it with other ingredients into pills. Chu haphazardly takes one before going to meet his colleague Miss Ma (Patricia Ha Man-jik) and looks hairy and funny. But when Hsu wrongly takes the same pill for headache, he becomes Herculean with ability to fly. Hsu and his colleague Chang Hui-szu, a science fiction writer (Cherie Chung Cho-hung), each lead the male and female student teams in camping activities. When a robbery occurs, Hsu secretly takes the ‘superman’ pill to stop it. This arouses the suspicion of Chang, who has earlier learnt of his supernatural powers. Hsu’s soccer team is badly beaten in a match with another school’s. It turns the tables when “Demoted” secretly feeds the players with the ‘superman’ pills. As Chang tries to unfold the secret of the superman, she becomes closer to Hsu. The two become deeply attached when Hsu rescues her from abduction by gang boss Philip Chen (Kao Fei). The latter attempts to seize the ‘superman’ pills by kidnapping Chu and Chang to lure Hsu’s presence. Hsu is captured, but before Philip has a chance to lay his hand on the last pill, Chang mistakenly swallows it and becomes a super girl. She overpowers the villains and hands them over to the police.


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The Dancing Millionaires 1964 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Musical
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Betty Loh Ti
Peter Chen Ho
Kao Pao-shu
Chiang Kwong-chao
Landi Chang
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Doe Chin
Director: Doe Chin
Assistant Director: Wen Shih-ling
Cinematographer: Tai Ka-tai
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Joseph Koo
Art Director / Set: Tsao Nien-lung
Mu Lan-shih


One of the most joyous musicals to ever grace the Hong Kong screen, it is also one of the few films to co-star the husband-wife team of Peter Chen Ho and Betty Loh Ti. The story is convoluted in the best Hollywood tradition, but it hardly matters when they perform some of the most sumptuous Eastmancolor Shawscope production numbers in Hong Kong movie history. And watch for future super director King Hu in a comic part!

The Four Seas Enterprises are the city’s biggest corporation dealing in all kinds of investments and businesses. Among its branches is a bank. Among the bank’s chief officials is Manager Hsu, an old man without offspring but a kind heart. One weekend, Manager Hsu and his wife go to watch young people skating. They are attracted by the skills of young Miss Kuo Ling-ling. Ling-ling discovers that the manager has left behind his briefcase. She sends it back to him. They sit down for a talk and the manager learns that Ling-ling’s father, troupe owner Kuo Wei-teh, is about to go out of business because of financial troubles.
The manager visits Wei-teh, promises him a loan and asks him to stay in business. The troupe owner is overwhelmed and asks all his men to get together for a new performance. But dancer Chen Chun-mai does not appear. He has gotten a new job as driver for the famous Mei family. His friends finally locate him test driving the Mei’s Rolls Royce. They try to convince him to attend the revue meeting. Chen does not know that he is driving for Miss Mei Chien-ju, board chairman of the Four Seas Enterprises. But Manager Hsu recognizes the car when he sees it and immediately jumps to the conclusion that Chen is Miss Mei’s boyfriend. He tells Kuo the loan is assured. Kuo rolls out his best treatment for the dancer. Chen is puzzled. Chen goes to the Mei house with the car. He is told that he has been dismissed for not being punctual. Chen shrugs and leaves. Miss Mei holds a business conference. Manager Hsu proposes investment in the troupe. The lady is not enthusiastic. She asks the manager to decide himself. Troupe owner Kuo calls on Chen, only to find the young man is in poor humor. He wants to know why. The dancer has to invent an excuse and says that Miss Mei and he are quarrelling. Kuo consoles him and asks him to patch things up. Kuo decides that he too should help them patch things up. He sends gifts to Chen in Miss Mei’s name and flowers to Miss Mei in Chen’s name. Miss Mei is greatly annoyed. Soon, the newspapers get word of the “romance.” Miss Mei is called in by her aunt who gives her some stern advice about the pitfalls of being involved with dancers. Miss Mei thus decides to investigate and put a stop to all such rumors. She attends the troupe’s press conference, disguising herself as a reporter. She barges into Chen’s dressing room and asks him if he actually is Miss Mei’s boy friend. Chen tells her the truth but asks her to keep it secret since the troupe needs the loan. Miss Mei consents. She also agrees to meet Chen for dinner. They dance and Chen is surprised by her dancing skills. He invites her to the troupe for training. They practice until early in the morning. Mei goes home only to find out that the police have been asked to search for her. She goes back to her office and calls in troupe owner Kuo and dancer Chen for an interview. She asks her ugly secretary to pose as Miss Mei to have some fun. The secretary demands that Chen marry her. The disgusted Chen dashes from the door. Owner Kuo thinks everything is finished. He summons a meeting to announce the end of the world when Miss Mei comes in with a huge cheque. She tells them that she is Miss Mei and she is joining the troupe as a dancer. That is the beginning of the show but the end of our story.


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The Invincible Fist 1969 DVDRip XviD


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Li Ching
Ku Feng
Lo Lieh
Chen Hsing
Fang Mien
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Wu Ma
Yang Ching-chen
Cinematographer: Yoshio Mamiya
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


This is one of the few films where "godfather of the kung fu film" Chang Cheh headlined Lo Lieh as the leading hero, three years before Lo would become Shaw Brothers' first international star in King Boxer. Here he plays a dedicated chief constable for Tsang Chou village, who falls in love with the blind daughter of a bandit who is wreaking havoc, Joining him in all the action and emotion are award-winning actor Ku Feng and future superstar David Chiang.

Tieh Wu-ching, chief constable of Tsang Chou, is a popular government official, honest and efficient. Then four bandits wreak havoc in his town and escape time and again, cleverly disguised. After the latest robbery, Tieh discovers part of the loot in a hawker’s crate. He attacks and kills the peddler, one Liang Yen-chung. But Liang’s cohort Peng Yun-chiang wounds Tieh. Tieh gets away but Peng’s chief Ma Wei-chia orders him and Li Pu-lo to eliminate the police chief. Tieh Wu-ching confronts them and kills both in a gory confrontation. He finally tracks down Ma himself, only to be wounded once again. Tieh flees on Ma’s mount, falls unconscious and is brought to the bandit’s home. Ma’s blind daughter Kuei Ku, mistaking Tieh for one of her father’s friends, nurses him back to health. The two fall in love. When Ma returns home, the two men agree to settle their differences in a duel and not to let Kuei Ku know her father’s a robber. Tieh kills Ma and the dying man begs him to look after his daughter. Tieh returns to Kuei Ku and marries her. She will never know what her father was and how he met his death.


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We Love Millionaires 1971 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Musical
Main Cast:
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Lily Ho
Irene Chen I-ling
Ling Yun
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Inoue Umetsugu
Director: Inoue Umetsugu
Assistant Director: Wu Shih
Ku Sheng-chih
Cinematographer: Togru Watanabe
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Tatsuya
Make-up: Lin Mu
Song Composer: Wang Fook-ling
Lyrics: San Mei


From filmmaker Inoue Umetsugu (Hong Kong Rhapsody, The Millionaire Chase), Shaw Brothers studios' go-to director for Hollywood-worthy romantic fare, comes the delightful romantic comedy We Love Millionaires! Frequent co-stars Lily Ho and Ling Yun headline this winning comedy about three Hong Kong salesgirls who travel to Japan to snare themselves some rich husbands. The three pretend to be high society rich girls, and attract three seemingly eligible well-to-do bachelors. But are the three guys truly affluent matches for the faux-rich girls? Or are they pulling a similar con on the duplicitous beauties? Silly capers and some charming comedy misdirection highlight the frothy and highly entertaining We Love Millionaires, yet another enchanting screen valentine from the Shaw Brothers studios! The pair of Lily Ho and Ling Yun also co-starred in The Venus Tear Diamond and Hong Kong Nocturne, both directed by Inoue Umetsugu himself!

Ho Lan-hsi, Lin I-li and Pai Lu-hua have dreams of marrying wealthy men. They jump at the chance to visit Lan-hsi’s uncle who is staying at the lavish Pi Pa Lakes Villa in Osaka, believing that through him they will meet rich men. Disappointments beset the trio from the start. On arriving, Chou Li-shan, Lin I-li’s fiance tells her their engagement is off. When they get to the villa, they discover that Lan-hsi’s uncle is the caretaker. Since the family is away, the girls decide to take advantage of villa life. They do meet young men. There’s Tony Li and George Chen whom Lan-hsi and Pai Lu-hua meet while sunbathing by the lake. Thinking the girls are wealthy, the boys pretend they’re rich. There is also Kao Lang a rich man’s son who supports himself and Peter Chin, a student who works part time as a musician. Lin I-li cultivates a friendship with Liu Tien-ming whom she met on the boat. He is a jewellery salesman who is planning to go to Europe. So that Lin I-li won’t forget him, he gives her a lovely music box. Before Liu Tien-ming leaves, the girls have a party. During the course of the evening, Lan-hsi and Lu-hua learn that Tony and George pretended to be rich to impress them. Disgusted, they turn their attention to Kao Lang and Peter. When Liu Tien-ming fails to show up, Lin I-li goes to his flat looking for him. Upon arriving, she is grabbed by thugs and taken to the dockyard where Liu Tien-ming is. At first he refuses to tell the hoods where the jewels are, but fearing they will harm Lin I-li talks. They’re hidden inside the music box. Music box in hand, the thugs are astonished to find a gem worth 300 million. Just as it seems all is lost, the police arrive and arrest the gang and Liu Tien-ming, who is a jewel thief, disillusioned, Lin I-li returns to the villa to find Chou Li-shan waiting for her. He apologizes to her, and finally there are three grooms for three brides.


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Twin Blades of Doom 1969 DVDrip x264 - CG


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Ching Li
Ling Yun
Chen Hung-lieh
Ching Miao
Lin Chiao
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chiu Kang-chien
Director: Doe Chin
Assistant Director: Pai Chin
Cinematographer: Tung Shao-yung
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Writer/director Doe Chin -- renowned for comedies, musicals, and such epics as The Blue And The Black -- rings down the curtain on his remarkable career with this tale of a kung-fu knight walking the road to vengeance after the evil Ghost Gang kills his wife and son. The swordsman known as "Twin Blades" (famed matinee idol Ling Yun) must take on a quintet of color-coded cutthroats (the White, Black, Yellow, Red, and Green Killer) to set things right.

Swordsman Chang Chieh Liang, known as the “Twin Blades,” kills several members of the Ghost Gang as they attempt a robbery. When the bandits kill his wife and son in retaliation, Chang vows vengeance. After eliminating Yellow Killer, Chang meets and befriends actor Lo Hua and daughter Yin Sai Erh. Lo’s sons and daughters-in-law are slaughtered in a subsequent raid by the robbers. Spy Ma Luk of the Ghost Gang learns that the mayor of Chi Tou City has entrusted some priceless gems to a security service. The gang’s plot to seize the jewels is overheard by Lo. He rushes off with his daughters Yin Erh and Chu Hua to report to the mayor. Chu Hua is mortally wounded en route. By the time the mayor is warned, the gems have been taken. Chang tracks the gang to its hideout, kills Red Killer and recovers the jewels. Meanwhile, Ma’s real identity is disclosed. The gang leader orders the mayor to surrender the gems and evict Chang from the city. The mayor agrees, fearing a massacre of the population. Chang deceives the robbers by sending them an empty casket. Ma is later executed for alleged treason. Chang returns to Chi Tou City. After disposing of the Black and White Killers he challenges the gang leader to a duel. The outlaw is vanquished and having retrieved the valuables, Chang and Yin Erh set off on their travels.


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Spring Blossoms 1968 DVDRip XviD - iLS


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Essie Lin Chia
Lily Li
Yang Fang / Yang Feng
Shu Pei-pei
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Li Chih-shan
Director: Yueh Feng
Assistant Director: Min Ta-chun
Cinematographer: Pao Hsueh-li
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Spring Blossoms is a parable about the Chinese youth culture and what's important to the younger generation when it comes to romance. It starred a new wave of seventies, Shaw's beauties, Lily Li, Shu Pei-pei and Essie Lin-chia as single women looking for love. It's a triple-decker romantic bus ride on a road to nowhere speeding toward a low bridge. Only Lily Li became successful via her martial-arts abilities, so awesomely featured in Jackie Chan's The Young Master.

Mrs Chen, who lives with two of her daughters – Chi-yu and Mei-yu – wants to rent out a room in her flat. Her three other daughters are married to previous tenants of the room. Mei-yu gets a letter from an elder sister saying that it will soon be Mei-yu’s turn to fall in love with a new tenant. Mrs Chen’s sister, Mrs Chiu, is most anxious to see her 20-year-old daughter, Ching-lan, married. Mrs Chiu also decides to accept a boarder in her flat. Soon, a young man, Wu Shao-chieh, comes to stay at Mrs Chen’s and a medical student, Jao Yen-nung, rents a room from Mrs Chiu. Chi-yu and Mei-yu, regard as strange the behaviour of their tenant, Shao-chieh, who is the quiet and serious type. He always carries a small black case with him. Seeing that he has made no advances toward her sister, Mei-yu tells Shao-chieh of the room’s romantic past. But Chi-yu, overhearing the conversation, warns Shao-chieh not to flirt with her and he is confused. Yen-nung, who’s fond of Ching-lan, reveals his feelings to Shao-chieh who advises him to place studies before romance. Yen-nung tries but fails to win Ching-lan’s affections. Meanwhile, Chi-yu begins to be impressed by Shao-chieh’s sincerity. Mei-yu, driven by curiosity, opens his small black case. She finds a skull inside and becomes frightened. Shao-chieh finds out about this and all feel embarrassed. Chi-yu falls in love with Shao-chieh and Yen-nung receives the consent of Mrs Chiu to marry her daughter. Yen-nung takes along Shao-chieh and classmate Lin Li-ying to shop for a wedding ring. Chi-yu, mistakenly believing that Shao-chieh is buying the ring for Li-ying, becomes angry with him. The misunderstanding is soon cleared up, however. Mr Chiu knows his daughter Ching-lan prefers Liu Chun-on to Yen-nung. Owing to his wife’s interference in their daughter’s affairs, Mr Chiu helps Ching-lan leave home. Yen-nung fails his exams, comes to his senses and resolves to concentrate on his studies and forget romance for the time being. Mrs Chiu locates Ching-lan and consents to her marrying Liu Chun-on. At the same time, Mrs Chen allows Mei-yu’s boy friend to lodge at her house with Shao-chieh. Chi-yu and Shao-chieh decide to wed after their graduation.


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How to choose a Royal Bride 1985 DVDRip XviD - qwerzz


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Wang Yu
Derek Yee / Erh Tung-sheng
Joey Wang Jo-yin :blush5:
Tung Piao
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Lu Chun-ku
Director: Lu Chun-ku
Cinematographer: Lin Chao
Huang Chieh
Editing: Chang Chao-hsi
Liu Shao-kuang
Chen Ken-cheng
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Ho Chien-sheng
Martial Arts Instructor: Chen Liu
Tang Kuo-chi
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


Is it a historical, costumed kung-fu film or a gender-bending romantic comedy? You decide, but kung-fu film star, writer, and director Lu Chun-ku probably meant it as both. In either case, it’s a delightful and exciting surprise from the man who made Holy Flame Of The Martial World and Bastard Swordsman, starring a cast of both kung-fu stalwarts and incredible beauties - all obviously having the time of their lives in this unique change of pace.

In the early part of the Ching Dynasty, young Kang Hsi (Derek Yee) ascends the throne. He turns down the Queen-Mother’s (Tanny Tien Ni) decision to adopt Na Lan Hsiu-chi’s (Lo Lieh) daughter Chiung-yao (Joey Wang Jo-yin) as the Royal concubine, while she leaves home disguised as a man. Tired of the deary palace life, Kang Hsi tours Kiangnan incognito, accompanied by Chi Hsiao-tung (Tung Piao) and Wei Shao-pao (Wang Yu). He helps a young man Wang Yao solve a minor dispute with an inn owner. Wang becomes Kang Hsi’s friend and joins the trio on the tour. The party witness a prisoner executed crying innocence and a young man Sung Jen (Liu Shao-chun) volunteering to take his place. Finding something suspicious, the liege orders Wei to investigate the case and helps reverse a grievous case. On interrogation, Kang Hsi learns a fortune-teller Chin Tiao-tung (Liang Chia-jen) has been responsible for Sung Jen’s attempted suicide. He also discovers Sung Jen has the same birthday as his and questions the fortune-teller, who explains that Sung Jen born in the South is doomed to poverty but Kang Hsi born in the North is fated to a life of wealth and honor. Trying to contradict the seer’s divination, the Emperor arranges for Sung Jen to marry a rich magistrate’s daughter, but fate eventually makes him the husband of the Kiangnan Beggar Clan’s daughter. Chin and Wang Yao are worshipping in a temple when a general’s (Ku Feng) termagant daughter (Ai Ti) happens to be there. Impressed by Wang’s good look, she abducts him and forces him to marry her. Wei demands his release with an imperial order, but the general openly defied it against an award from the late Emperor. Kang Hsi ingeniously forces him into releasing Wang Yao and orders Wei to marry her. Wang Yao takes off her male attire, showing herself to be a charming lady. Emp. Kang Hsi is fascinated by her beauty, and misses her badly on return to the palace. The Queen-Mother, who perchance discovers her to be Chiung Yao, arranges their meeting.


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Bewitched 1981 DVDRip XviD AC3 2Audio - Apprentice


Genre: Horror
Cast
Fei Ai ... Stephen Lam Wai
Hussin Bin Abu Hassan ... Exorcist priest (as Hussin Bin Abu Hassan)
Lap Ban Chan
Lily Chan ... Bon Brown
Chun Chin
Miao Ching ... Judge
Piao Chin
Kwok-Kwong Choi
Kin Ping Chow
Fanny Fen-ni ... Mary
Sau Kei Lee
Jenny Liang
Shang Yun Liang
Wei Tu Lin
Chun Liu
Director: Chih-Hung Kuei
Writer: On Szeto


During the 1970s and 80s, horror and gore films made up an important part of the Shaw Brothers repertoire, and many of them came from the hands of horror master Kuei Chih Hung. One of the Shaw Brothers' key directors during the studio's golden years, Kuei was a versatile filmmaker who dabbled in a range of genres, but his signature was undoubtedly gore, and usually of the extreme, stomach-turning variety. With infamous titles like Killer Snakes, Corpse Mania, and the Hex series, Kuei sealed his named into the top ranks of cult cinema. His elusive 1981 classic Bewitched, the precursor to its notorious 1983 sequel The Boxer's Omen, is now finally available on DVD.
A police officer (Melvin Wong) investigating the brutal murder of a young girl is shocked to discover that the culprit is the victim's own father Lin (Ai Fei). Lin tells the police officer that he once encountered a woman who gave him a strange charm. From that day on, he suddenly became impotent, and his daughter developed a fondness for eating raw meat and attacking him. At the urging of an exorcist and driven by a strange power, he nails his daughter to death. Continuing to investigate the case, the police officer realizes that not only is Lin possessed, but he himself has also fallen under the bloody curse...


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The Trail of the Broken Blade 1967 DVDRip XviD - RETRO


Crew & Cast:
Cast: Chiao Chiao
Chin Ping
Chiao Chuang
Jimmy Wang Yu
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Hsiung Ting-wu
Cinematographer: Pao Hsueh-li
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Fook-ling
Art Director / Set: Chen Chi-jui
Make-up: Wu Chiang


Starring Nick Cheung, Candy Lo, Kenny Bee, Cecilia Yip and Amanda Lee, Happy Family is a comedy about a rich kid who becomes deranged after falling in love with the two illegitimate daughters of his father.

Young Li Yueh is a master swordsman from a noble Ming Dynasty family. Because his father, a famous general with a great war record, refuses to bribe Prime Minister Chao Wen-hua, he is disgraced then executed. Li Yueh sneaks into Chao’s home and kills the corrupt official. With a price on his head, he had to escape and hide in a small town working as a groom under an assumed name. Even his fiance Liu Cheng-erh, does not know his whereabouts. The Liu manor is invaded one night by bandits. Their leader is Tu Hu, the younger son of Flying Fish Island chieftain Tu Ching-chiu. Young Tu and his men are routed when famous swordsman Fang Chun-chao comes to the Liu’s rescue. Fang fatally wounds Tu Hu. Fang stays with the Cheng-erh and teaches her martial arts; and, gradually falls in love with her. But she tells him she still loves Li Yueh. The gallant Fang starts out on his quest to find the missing Li. Fang arrives at a small town and meets Li Yueh and takes a great liking to the groom. They become good friends although Li manages to keep his identity secret. Innkeeper Shih Kan’s daughter Hsiao-mei has fallen for Li and she helps him keep the secret. Tu Hu dies after telling his father that Fang is the killer. Tu Ching-chiu dispatches his elder son Tu Lung and four assistants to hunt down Fang. Arriving at the small town, they find Fang. A duel to the death ensues. Fang is outnumbered but Li comes to his aid. All the bandits except Tu Lung are killed. Liu Cheng-erh, having left her home also in search of Li Yueh, saves Shih Hsiao-mei from Tu Lung. She is overjoyed upon learning that both Li and Fang are in town. But Li is afraid that the reunion will bring trouble to Miss Liu. He leaves the town without meeting her and goes to Flying Fish Island to settle the score with the Tus. Fang and Cheng-erh follow him to the island. In a protracted fight, Li manages to finish off most of the outlaws. Although he kills Tu Ching-chiu, Li is mortally wounded. Cheng-erh commits suicide. Fang Chun-chao sadly rides off into the distance, leaving behind a scene of carnage.


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The House of 72 Tenants 1972 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Yueh Hua
Ching Li
Hu Chin
Ho Shou-hsin
Producer: Run Run Shaw
Scriptwriter: Chu Yuan
Director: Chu Yuan
Assistant Director: Chang Chuan-tsan
Cinematographer: Huang Chieh
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Art Director / Set: Chen Ching-shen
Make-up: Wu Hsu-ching


Writer-director Chor Yuen's hit 1972 comedy The House of 72 Tenants is a colorful, innately human film about the Hong Kong common man. Set during a period of depression, the film chronicles the daily lives of a single urban building (the "house") split up into several separate units, and the actual people (the "72 tenants") that dwell within. Given the fluctuating economy, the lives of the people are in constant flux, and as such are given to emotions and situations that flare up without a moment's notice. The acquisition of daily necessities, disputes over personal items, possible evictions, threatened marriages, and lots of screeching and hollering punctuate the lives of these everyday people, who are made distinct and colorful by their vivid personalities, and director Chor Yuen's skill at making them different and real. A landmark filmmaking achievement and one of its year's biggest box-office hits, The House of 72 Tenants is a welcome discovery from the Shaw Brothers vaults that features a virtual who's who of the era's most popular screen names.

This is story of events that took place in the past……
72 people are crowded in a tenement slum. The land-lady. Pa Ku (Hu Chin), a glamorous sexy woman lives with loafer, Tai Tzu-ping (Tien Ching) and their a nice, kindhearted girl, and is popular with all the tenants. Laundrywoman, Shanghai Po (Lydia Shum),gains the full support of the tenants when she protests against Pa Ku’s decision to restrict their water supply to two tubs each per day. Earlier, the laundrywoman’s husband, Shanghai Lao(Cheng Kang-yeh) had burned a hole in a pair of pants he was ironing. At first, Pa Ku is happy because she thinks the pants belong to the doctor (Ching Miao) but later she discovers that they are Tai Tzu-ping’s .Tai Tzu-ping is infuriated and demands compensation from Shanghai Lao, while Pa Ku gives vent to her anger by beating A Hsiang. Fortunately for A Hsiang, the cobbler, Fa Tsai (Yueh Hua) rushes to her rescue. In the confusion that ensues, Pa Ku snatches a piece of cloth from Chu, the tailor, and stuffs it in Tai Tzu-ping’s pocket. This is noticed by Pai Lan-fu (Ho Shou-hsin) who puts Pa Ku to shame by taking her task for her dishonesty. Tai Tzu-ping hates Fa Tsai and Pai Lan-fu, and so he incites policeman No.369 (Liu Yi-fan) to harass them. No.369 is an arrogant idiot who bungles things up in a funny way. One day when Pa Ku is out of the house, Tai Tzu-ping seizes the opportunity to take advantage of A Hsiang, but Fa Tsai hears whats going on and distracts him by shouting “Fire, fire” Tai Tzu Ping, quickly rings for the fire-brigade, and when the fireman arrive to discover that it is a false alarm they extort money from Tai Tzu Ping. This brings forth much angry shouting from Pa Ku because she loses her gold chain (presumably as a bribe to the fireman). Pa Ku and Tai Tzu Ping then plan to sublet a part of the tenement to Chen (Ku Feng); first getting rid of Fa Tsai who is a thorn in their side. They put some things in his room, and accuse him of stealing; but A Hsiang has come to Fa Tsai’s rescue by removing the “evidence”, thus frustrating the cunning pair’s plot. Pa Ku then takes No.369’s advice to give A Hsiang’s hand to the police superintendent (Yu Ming) as a concubine; afterwards using police influence to force the tenants to quit. The day of A Hsiang’s marriage to the superintendent arrives and Fa Tsai, with the help of other tenants, quietly escorts A Hsiang away to a hiding place. The superintendent is so infuriated that he has Pa Ku and Tai Tzu Ping arrested on a charge of malicious fraud, and all the tenants are over-joyed to see them in police custody.


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Lust for Love of a Chinese Courtesan 1984 DVDRip x264 - fÆRiE


Genres: Erotic











The 82 Tenants DVDRip 1982 XviD


Genres: Comedy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Gordon Liu Chia-hui
Betty Ting Pei
Hui Ying-hung
Lo Meng
Nat Chen Pai-chiang
Producer: Mona Fong
Scriptwriter: Liang Lieh-jen
Chen Chiao-ying
Director: Li Pei-chuan
Cinematographer: Li Hsin-yeh
Editing: Yu Hsiao-feng / Hsiao Feng
Ma Chung-yao
Chao Cho-wen
Musical Director: So Chun-hou
Stephen Shing
Production Manager: Lawrence Wong
Presented By: Run Run Shaw


One of Cantonese comedy’s most popular and familiar foundations was inspired by the apartment houses which cover Hong Kong. Writers, directors and stars were galvanized by the possibilities for social satire within those walls. Shaw Brothers raised the original groundbreaking The House Of 72 Tenants another ten to come up with this delightful, latter-day variation on the theme, featuring some of the studio’s best and brightest, including “Master Killer” Gordon Liu Chia-hui and “Venoms” Muscleman Lo Meng. The result is fascinating fun for comedy and kung-fu fans alike.

Eighty-two families of different occupations and backgrounds live cramped together in an old house at mid-levels, with Miss Chang (Betty Ting Pei) and her lover Ping (Nat Chen Pai-chiang) as the landlords. A developer Tseng takes an interest in the land and offers Ping a large commission to evict the tenants. Ping tries by all sorts of means, but without success. Finally, Tseng hires men to make cracks in the ground, and when the premises are officially declared dangerous, he has men pose as policemen and squatter expulsion units to remove the tenants. The tenants are resettled in a new housing unit nearby. But then an unexpected incident renders it impossible for Tseng to take over that piece of land.


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Na Cha The Great 1974 DVDRip XviD-qwerzz


Genres: Fantasy
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Alexander Fu Sheng
Lu Ti
Chiang Tao
Feng Ko-an
Scriptwriter: Ni Kuang
Chang Cheh
Director: Chang Cheh
Assistant Director: Shao Hao
Lin Chan-wei
Li Jung-chang
Cinematographer: Kung Mu-to
Editing: Kuo Ting-hung
Musical Director: Chen Yung-yu
Martial Arts Instructor: Tang Chia
Liu Chia-liang / Lau Kar-leung
Special Effects: Lin Kuo-hsiang


A mixture of Chinese costume fantasy and family-friendly fairy tale, Na Cha the Great represents a kindler, gentler, but no less entertaining work from Shaw Brothers great Chang Cheh! Alexander Fu Sheng is Li Na Cha, who was a mortal until he committed suicide to appease the brutal god, Aoguang (Donald Kong). But in the afterlife, Na Cha is given the chance to right wrongs and fight for justice, which he does by flying through the air on flaming wheels and smiting evil-doers with his magic spear and magic ring! Now a force to be reckoned with, Na Cha sets his sights on challenging the tyranny of Aoguang. Colorful costumes, special effects, and Alexander Fu's generous kung-fu charisma are the main draws of Na Cha the Great, but fans of Chang Cheh will undoubtedly want to tune in to see his lighter side at work. Instead of heroic bloodshed, Na Cha the Great serves up light-hearted, action-packed mischief and mayhem in entertaining, widescreen Shaw Brothers style!

During the Shang Dynasty, 3000 years ago, there lived a military commander of the Emperor, called Li Ching. He had three sons, named Chin Cha, Mu Cha, and Na Cha. At that time the Emperor was a cruel despotic ruler, and Na Cha was a brave young man who always fought for the poor and downtrodden. Na Cha killed Ao Ping for his brutality to the people. As an act of revenge, Ao Ping’s father, Ocean Dragon King Ao Kuang, threatened to cause a tidal wave, which would destroy Li Ching’s home and thousands of others, unless Na Cha was handed over to him. On hearing this, Na Cha fearlessly presented himself in front of his father and Ao Kuang, and took his own life by cutting off his left arm and committing hari-kari. This satisfied Ao Kuang, but Li Ching was angry because of the trouble Na Cha had brought on his parents, and he destroyed the memorial building to his son. Now, Na Cha’s spirit had been received by a divine being called Tai I Chen Jen, who reincarnated him (Na Cha) by embodying his spirit in a lotus flower. Tai I Chen Jen also bestowed on the reincarnated Na Cha two extremely powerful weapons, the Fire Point Lance, and the Wind Fire Wheel. With these weapons, Na Cha defeated Ao Kuang and freed the people from his oppression. He then helped the people to get to the Chou Kingdom where the rulers were kind and they could live in peace. Li Ching’s troops were also attacked by Na Cha, but another supernatural being, called Jan Teng Tao Jen, presented Li Ching with a precious pagoda which he could use to frustrate the attack of his son. Thus father and son stopped fighting and lived in peace forever. Li Ching earned the title, “Heavenly King Holding the Pagoda,” because he must always hold the magical pagoda to safeguard himself against Na Cha.


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Madam Slender Plum 1967 DVDRip XviD


Genres: Drama
Crew & Cast:
Cast: Jenny Hu
Diana Chang Chung-wen
Paul Chang Chung
Lo Wei
Producer: Runme Shaw
Scriptwriter: Shih Wei
Director: Lo Wei
Assistant Director: Chang Chih-pei
Cinematographer: Tung Shao-yung
Sound Recording: Wang Yung-hua
Editing: Chiang Hsing-loong
Musical Director: Wang Ju-ren
Art Director / Set: Johnson Tsao
Make-up: Fang Yuan


Before director Lo Wei helped to discover Bruce Lee and the king of kung-fu comedy Jackie Chan, in Madam Slender Plum, Lo perpetuates the career of yet another Shaw's non-action, femme fatale starlet; the sleek and sexy, puppy-eyed Eurasian Jenny Hu. It's a murder-mystery in the vein of an old Alfred Hitchcock movie where Jenny plays the feigninly ignorant older sister to the coquettish Diana Chang where each have an affair with the same cheating man.


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