Tam, A violent nightclub owner wants his partner disposed of, in order to have complete control of the club. Willing to fight for power, the two engage in a series of action packed brawls.
The beautiful Ching Li works for her father's stocking company while treacherously becoming the secretary to her father's competitor Li Tzu-yang. They fall in love as she teaches him new meanings to the words "mannequins" and "hosiery".
The Younger Generation is an ultra-tragic tale about a young girl, played by Ivy Ling Po who gets married, has five kids, then she and her husband die forcing one child sold to prostitution to feed the other four. Chinese culture dictates that great respect is given to the elders and in The Younger Generation, it is an elder that is the hero, telling audiences that although sadness abounds, they can return home happy with their Confucius mindset.
Hsiao Yen, a Young Country girl, has come to the city to find work. Her first job is as a maid-servant. She is told by the hunchback servant Lei Kung, that the master of the house is an invalid cripple who never leaves his room. One night, Hsiao Yen's screams bring Ta Tseng, the Chauffeur, to the rescue of Wang Ma, an old servant, who has tried to hang herself...
A musical set in Taiwan produced by the Shaw Brothers
Taiwan's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1964
Taiwanese drama film directed by Pai Ching-jui.
Northeastern China is infested with bandits. Hsiao Kai (Paul Chang Chung), a wandering knight, captures a white horse from thieves. His skilful handling of the horse earns his admiration of fellow traveler Chu Ching Hsu (Wong Chung Shun). They arrive at Lo Lung Kow, where the villagers hunt for a living and are constantly terrorized by bandits. Grocer Ting Tze Pao (Ngai Ping Ngo) returns from his negotiations with the bandits with bad news. They intend to collect furs from the villagers at a fixed price. Village leader Mu (Yuen Sam and his daughter Tsui Ying (Pat ting Hung) run a tavern. She wonders how the white horse belonging to a Sinkiang youth named Sha Yi Ti (Man Ling) is now in the possession of Hsiao Kai.