Public Domain Movies

36 Crazy Fists )
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Chan
When an orphan boy is rejected by kung-fu masters at a monastery, he is taken in by a beggar and a wiseman who teach him the martial arts. Now he's out for revenge on those who killed his father--and on those who abandoned him.

April Fool (1926)
Running Time: 63 mins Black & White
Starring: Alexander Carr, Baby Peggy, Mary Alden
An out-of-work pants presser starts an umbrella business and makes a fortune. His daughter is set to marry the nephew of a rich neighbor until the nephew is accused of stealing money from his uncle--but the money was really stolen by the rich man's son.

Armour of God (1987)
Starring: Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan and his bumbling sidekick are sent on a quest through Europe to find a mysterious treasure held by a shadowy organization of monks.

Assunta Spina (1915)
Running Time: 72 mins Black & White
Starring: Francesca Bertini, Gustavo Serena, Carlo Benetti
Assunta and Michele are in love but others come between them and there is much jealousy. They fight and Michele is sent to prison for two years for assault. Nevertheless, because Assunta still loves Michele she is vulnerable when Federigo offers to help Michele but only if Assunta becomes his mistress. Michele is released early from prison, finds Assunta and Federigo together and kills Federigo. When the police arrive, Assunta takes the blame for Michele's crime.

Battle of Shaolin (1977)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Angela Mao, Don Wong, Lieh Lo
Shang Li is fighting for the woman he loves, a prostitute he is trying to buy out of service. He plans to steal a large amount of silver, but when the plan backfires he is faced with severe opposition.

Beast of Wu Tang aka Dumb Ox (1991)

Big Fight, The (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Cheung Ching Ching, Tein Pang, Bruce Le
A smorgasbord of martial arts action.

Black Samurai (1977)
Starring: Jim Kelly
In a daring rescue attempt, a black martial arts expert infiltrates the secret island hideout of a powerful criminal organization which is holding his girlfriend hostage. Jim Kelly, aka Black Belt Jones, stars.

Blind Fists Of Bruce Lee (1979)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li, Siu Tin Yuen, Meg Lam
A well-to-do villager decides learning kung fu is the best way to protect himself and his family from the local gangsters. But the mentor he visits is a conman who is only after his money.

Blood of the Dragon (1978)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Jimmy Wu
Jimmy Wang Yu stars as a martial art criminal who decided to change his ways and help a young boy bring a bamboo containing a list of people that is in the hitlist on a Mongolian leader. Only problem is Jimmy has to take the list to a son who has a vendetta against him for killing his dad.

Bloodfight (1989)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Yasuaki Kurata, Simon Yam, Meg Lam
Years after retiring from the world of free fighting martial arts, a man returns to the deadly world of fighting after his best student is killed in the tournament.

Bodyguard, The (1974)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Chin-Kun Li, Ingrid Yin-Yin Hu, Pin-Pin Chou
Dr. Sun leads a movement to free China from its Japanese occupation. While on a tour of China he is constantly assaulted by assassins hired by the Man Chu leaders.

Brave Archer III )
Starring: Chi Kuan Chun, Meng Fei, Tsuan Hua
A quiet student does battle with a notorious bandit.

Brave Archer III )
Starring: Yen Shoa Tien, Liang Chia Ren, Huang I-Lung
Once again, our formerly quiet student raises arms (and legs!) against the bad guys.

Brave Lion, The (1976)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Byong Yu, Wei Tzi Yung, Lee Huz
At the end of World War II, timber is needed for the war effort, the army is opposed to their efforts to obtain the wood.

Breathing Fire (1986)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Bolo Yeung
After their bank-robbing father and his companions kill a couple and threaten the fleeing daughter, a young man and his adopted Vietnamese brother use their kickboxing skills to administer justice.

Bronx Executioner, The (1989)
Running Time: 92 mins Black & White
Starring: Gabriele Gori, Margie Newton, Chuck Valenti
In a futuristic New York City, a cyborg goes on a killing spree.

Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave (1976)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Jun Chong, Deborah Dutch, Su-cheon Bae
When Han Ji-hyeok dies mysteriously in Las Vegas, his brother Han Wook rushes there to make inquiries. He learns that Ji-hyeok was the victim of an opium ring. Unable to get the police to help him, Han Wook works alone in his attempts to bring the drug smugglers to justice

Bruce Lee, The Invincible (1980)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li
A kung-fu master seeks revenge in this chop-socky actioner.

Bruce Lee, The Man, The Myth (1977)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li
Packed with all the kung fu action that brought him to fame, this is Bruce Lee's story, as and where it happened, the story of a legend.

Bruce Lee: The Legend (1977)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Lee, Steve McQueen, James Coburn, James B. Nicholson
Tribute to the king of karate films features rare footage (Bruce was making movies since he was six years old!) and interviews with many of the star's closest friends.

Bruce Lee's Deadly Kung Fu (aka Bruce Lee: A Dragon Story) (1977)
Starring: Bruce Li
Bruce Li plays a young kung fu expert (and waiter) who is trying to live peacefully in San Francisco with his marital arts-challenged friend. But they run afoul of some American thugs, and the fight is on...right!

Challenge Of The Masters (1976)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Chia-Hui Liu, Kuan Tai Chen, Yue Wong
Teenager Wong Fei-hung is sent to train in the art of hung gar kung fu from his father's teacher, Luk Ah-choy. With training complete, Wong must fight an assassin and regain the honor of his school.

Champion of Death (1975)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Sony Chiba
In the 2nd of his Historical Martial Arts films, Chiba portrays his real life sensei Mas Oyama. The film even recreates Oyama's incredible feat of killing a raging bull with his bare hands (Oyama did this feat over 50 times in real life). Dynamic fight choreography featuring authentic Kyokushinkai techniques. Ironically this is one of the rare Sonny Chiba films in which he DOESN'T tear out or rip off body parts of opponents. A must see for Sonny Chiba fans.

Champions of Death (1978)
Starring: Feng Lu, Li Wang, Sheng Chiag,Meng Lo
Sheng Chiang faces a fighter who over extends his kicks so instead of wasting time or energy he just reaches out and removes his testicles.

Chinese Hercules (1973)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Michael Wai-Man Chan, Fan Chiang, Yeh Fang
A martial arts fighter, haunted by his past, takes a job as a dock worker in a small village. His vow never to fight again is tested by the cruel owner of the pier.

Christus (1914)
Running Time: 69 mins Black & White
Starring: Alfonso Cassini, Giulia Cassini-Rizzotto, Signora Comastre

City Ninja (1985)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Michael Wai-Man Chan, Mei Bo Kwong, Elaine Jin
A tournament fighter becomes involved in the search for a valuable pendant.

City Ninja (1988)
Running Time: 84 mins Color

Three martial-arts students stage a showdown with an evil Ninjitsu master.

Clash Of The Ninja (1986)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Paul Torcha, Louis Roth, Eric Neff, Bernie Junker
An evil occidental ninja runs medical smuggling operation. Interpol ninja sets out to stop him.

Clash of the Ninjas (1986)
Starring: Paulo Tocha
An evil corporation it out to harvest organs from live people and smuggle them into the country. It is up to our hero to find out who is behind this illegal operation and put an end to the group once and for all.

Clones of Bruce Lee, The (1981)
Starring: Bruce Le
Bruce Lee has just died, but the BSI is swinging into action to salvage the situation. Aided by the brilliant Professor Lucas, cells from the martial arts master's body are removed and grown into three adult Bruce Lee clones. After undergoing training to bring their skills up to the level of their 'father', the three are sent out to battle crime, with one sent to take on a gold smuggler, and the other two teaming up to shut down an evil mad scientist.

Cook And Other Treasures (1918)
Running Time: 22 mins Black & White
Starring: Roscoe Arbuckle,Buster Keaton,Al St. John,Alice Lake,Glen Cavender
Fatty is the head chef at the "Bull Pup" restaurant where Keaton serves as the head waiter. One evening while service is in full flow Keaton and Fatty entertain the crowd with their dancing (despite breaking most of the plates and bottles in the restaurant in the process). The fun is soon spoiled when a vagrant (St. John), referred to as "Holdup Man" in the film's credits, comes in and begins ruining everyone's good time and dancing with the waitress (Alice Lake) against her will. Fatty, Keaton and the manager are no match for Holdup Man but he is subsequently scared off by Luke, Fatty's dog. Later, Fatty and Keaton join a pair of gentlemen in the restaurant for a big plate of spaghetti, not being able to replicate the correct way of eating it they resort to their own methods of eating one string at a time and cutting the pasta with scissors to make it shorter. The next day Fatty plans a fishing trip with Luke while Keaton simultaneously takes the waitress on a date to the amusement park. Fatty takes a shortcut through the park and knocks several people out with his exceptionally long fishing rod before arriving on the beach. The waitress gets separated from Keaton and is chased around the park by Holdup Man and ends up falling off the top of a roller coaster, falling into the sea. Holdup man is chased off by Luke yet again and Fatty and Keaton attempt to rescue the waitress but find that the key to a flotation device is "in a courthouse one mile east". Acting fast, they grab a rope to throw to the waitress but Keaton falls off the pier still holding the rope and drags Fatty in with him

Crippled Avenger )
Starring: Dyi Long, Guo Juei, Luh Feng, Jian Sheng
A wounded warrior is left for dead. When he recovers, however, he proves to be more deadly than ever.

Crippled Kung Fu Boxer (1979)
Running Time: 77 mins Color
Starring: Cliff Lok, Shu-Chu Chen, Hua Yueh
Kung fu genius (Cliff Lok) stars as the student of a famous kung fu master whose kung fu gym gets overrun by the Hunchback and his gang, Cliff runs off and seeks refuge with his uncle, who teaches Cliff the art of the Crippled Fist so he may take revenge of the Hunchback and the rest of his vile posse.

Crippled Masters (1979)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Sung-Chuan Shen, Chao-Ming Kang, Chiu Ho
Two men skilled in the arts of Kung-Fu are betrayed by their master and crippled for life, one left with no arms and the other with no legs. Despite their obvious disadvantages, they learn to combine their martial arts skills and seek revenge against the evil master.

Curro Vargas (1923)
Running Time: 80 mins Black & White
Starring: Ricardo Galache, Angelina Bretón, María Comendador
The story begins at the beginning of the 19th century in a small town in Granada, after the death of Juan de Vargas, Curro, his son is left in misery. The village priest takes care of the child. One day Curro meets Soledad and love is born. With the intention of marrying the girl Curro moves to America to get rich.

Dance of the Drunk Mantis (1979)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Siu Tin Yuen, Jang Lee Hwang, Linda Lin
A year after training young Jackie Chan in the Drunken Fist, Sam the Seed discovers he has a son, Foggy. He tries to train Foggy but to no avail. Foggy is then trained in Drunken Fist from his uncle as he must face his father's rival, Rubber Legs, another Drunken Fist master who combines it with Mantis Fist to create a deadly style.

Day Of The Panther (1988)
Running Time: 74 mins Color

A martial-arts expert goes after a criminal gang and its boss, who were responsible for the death of his partner.

Deadly Duo )
Starring: Chewn Shing, Mao Ying
A fearsome young martial arts warrior, aided by his mysterious compatriot, must avenge the death of his fiancee by marauding Manchurians.

Deadly Kick (1976)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lieh Lo, Su-il Bang, Bobby Kim
A policeman and his girlfriend are suspected of leaking information about a sensitive case involving an organization of communists.

Deadly Snail vs Kung Fu Killer (1977)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: On-On Yu, Siu Tin Yuen, Little Unicorn
In this kung fu fantasy, a daring duel of powers between the fairies finds the young mortal Cheung rescuing the Sky Mussel Fairy. His bravery is not repaid, however, as Cheung is driven out of his home by his uncle. Now Cheung must struggle to stay alive in a world of gods and demons, with only his kung fu powers to keep him safe.

Deadly Strike, The (1979)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li, Chen Sing, Lung Fei, Tsai Hung
The new police chief has been striving to bring a dangerous gang to justice. He seeks the help from some of his prisoners, offering pardon to those who survive. They ultimately bond together to track down the leader.A long and bloody fight ensues.

Death Duel of Kung Fu (1979)
Running Time: 86 mins Black & White
Starring: Don Wong, John Liu, Eagle Han
Ming General Cheng has taken a group of soldiers to Taiwan after their kingdom succumbed to the Ching. The Ching prince sends mercenaries to finish of Cheng, but Cheng's elite guard surprises the Manchurian foes.

Death Machines (1976)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Ron Marchini, Michael Chong, Marie Honjo, Joshua Johnson, Chuck Katzakian, Mari Honjo
An evil crime boss (Mari Honjo) concocts a super drug that she then uses to create three fearsome kung fu killers, which she dubs Death Machines. She begins hiring them out as ultra-competent contract killers, and the only one to stop her plans is a young student.

Death Of A Ninja (1988)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Britt Ekland, Lana Wood, John Carradine
The world's most renowned Ninja is marked for death and it's up to the other Ninjas to destroy him.

Descendants of Wing Chun (1978)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Norman Chu, Melvin Wong, Kwok Kuen Chan
Two masters of Wing Chun each train a disciple. Their skills will be put to the test.

Dragon Force (1982)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Baron, Mandy Moore, James Barnett
A government agent teams up with an international crimefighting organization to rescue a kidnapped princess.

Dragon Lee vs. the Five Brothers (1978)
Starring: Chi Chu Chin
One of the most popular stars in the martial arts world DRAGON LEE performed his mastery of the Kung-Fu arts. A clone of the legendary BRUCE LEE DRAGON LEE excels in this epic account of the attempted overthrow of the Ching Government. The fighting is quick furious and brutal. DRAGON LEE reveals why he is considered by many to be the new BRUCE LEE. Kung Fu; the sheer beauty and artistry in this ancient art has been studied and revered for centuries. This Kung Fu classic is just one of many terrific martial arts films that is a must-see for the true Kung Fu enthusiast. Filmed on location in Asia this film is filled with breathtaking scenery and amazing fight scenes to give you a carefully-crafted action-packed classic adventure!

Dragon on Fire (1981)
Starring: Dragon Lee
They must fight together as friends or die together as enemies.

Dragon Princess (aka Yasha-ga-ike) (1979)
Starring: Tamasaburo Bando
Outside of a small village in Japan, a mysterious pond is inhabited by mythic creatures. Their story is of revenge, tragedy, and the power of real love. A classical tale which translates wonderfully to film.

Dragon Princess, The (1981)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Sony Chiba
Interesting actioner showcase Sue Shiomi's talent as a action star casting her opposite to Japanese action star (who also does Hong Kong films) Yasuaki Kurata (of G-men 75 fame). Good soundtrack and some good action scenes.

Drunken Arts and Crippled Fist (1979)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: Siu Tin Yuen, Yi-Min Li, Tien Hsiang Lung
A wealthy man sends his young son away to learn Kung Fu from the drunken master. When he returns he gets involved in a fight between a local thug, who employs various fighters to do away with the boy and his father and take control of the local area.

Duel of the Dragon (1975)

Duel Of The Dragons (1984)
Running Time: 77 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Chow, Charlie Hyun, Steve Mak, Li Ying Ying
A monk trained in martial arts sets out to retrieve scriptures stolen from a Buddhist temple.

Edge Of Fury (1978)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li, Yasuaki Kurata, Michelle Yim
A chauffeur is pursued by drug dealers after his boss, a convicted drug kingpin, is sentenced to death.

Enter The Game Of Shaolin Bronzeman (1977)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Byoung Yu, Bruce Le
Bruce is looking for treasure left behind during World War II.

Fearless Hyena (1979)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan is a youngster, living in a remote vllage with his grandfather who teaches him Kung-Fu. Jackie, though, is tempted by some thugs he beat up to act as the master of a Kung-Fu school. This school's name apparently spreads far, as an old enemy of Jackie's grandfather shows up and kills him and Jackie is out to get revenge.

Fighting Mad (1977)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Leon Isaac Kennedy, Jayne Kennedy
A Viet Nam veteran left for dead returns home and uses his samurai sword to get his wife back from another man.

Fist of Fear, Touch of Death (1977)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Fred Williamson, Ron Van Cleef, Bruce Lee
Madison Square Garden is the scene for a martial arts contest to crown a winner for the title vacated by the late Bruce Lee. Contains vintage Bruce Lee films plus doc footage.

Fist Of Fear, Touch Of Death (1980)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Fred Williamson, Adolph Caesar, Ron Van Clief
There's a lot of pressure and politics going on behind-the-scenes at a Madison Square Garden martial arts tournement. AKA: DRAGON AND THE COBRA.

Fistful of Talons (1983)
Starring: Billy Chong
In 'Hu ying' a.k.a. 'A Fistful of Talons', Billy Chong portrays a young misfit who becomes an apprentice to a kung fu master who is trying to stop Ch'ing Dynasty loyalists from throwing The Republic of China into a civil war. Billy Chong is one of the better known "Jackie Chan" clones created the wake of 'Drunken Master'. At times, Chong tends to overact in this film, but he is one amazing martial artist! Hwang Ing-sik is terrific as the main antagonist who wants to re-establish the Ch'ing government. The fight choreography, cinematography, editing, and direction are excellent.

Fists of Bruce Lee (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li
Li plays an underground Inerpol agent stationed in Hong Kong. With several of the bad-guy actors who starred with Bruce Lee.

Fists of Fury (1971)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Lee, Maria Yi, James Tien
A young man sworn to an oath of non-violence works with his cousins in an ice factory where they mysteriously begin to disappear.

Five Fingers of Death (1973)
Starring: Lei Lo, Fei Meng
This film really started the kung fu theatre craze of the 1970's with its lousy dubbing, bizarre storyline, and vivid depictions of gratuitous violence.A must see for the kung fu fan. You haven't lived until you've heard lines like "he's thick as two planks", and "take these two knives, and I'll see ya later!"

Flying Guillotine, The (1975)
Starring: Kuan Tai Chen
The Emperor's armies have developed a new weapon: a thrown blade that can remove someone's head from long distance. As the paranoid Emperor begins decapitating anyone he fears might be a threat, his guard Mau Tang becomes disillusioned with the excesses of his master. He leaves his post and takes up the quiet life of farming and raising a family. Eventually, though, his past catches up with him, and he must find a way to fight the flying guillotine if he is to save his head.

Four Robbers (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lau Chun, Shek Hon, Kong Seng, Lee Wing Shan
A ruthless robber initiates his series of crimes throughout the Far East, staying one step ahead of the cops. When the final showdown occurs, it's a massive Kung fu brawl!

From China, With Death (1974)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Yung Henry Yu, Wu Ma, Li Meng
Old school action takes center stage as two scoundrels get in and out of trouble using Kung Fu.

Ghost Ninja (aka Diamond Ninha Force) (1988)
Starring: Richard Harrison
We begin with Sh? Kosugi demonstrating the use of a katana, saying nothing about the film he is introducing. When Gordon is taking his girlfriend's picture in Hong Kong, several Caucasian thugs led by a Chinese man, Kogan, threaten her, so he beats them up. Elsewhere, Bernard Wong pays his workers extra money to continue digging his land after discovering human bones. The thugs are members of the Black Ninja Clan, whose dead are buried on Wong's site. One of their operatives strangles Gordon's girlfriend, believing she knows where Gordon has hidden the Golden Ninja statue that apparently gives him power and won't say, while another hires Ghost Ninja, a beautiful witch dressed in white to kill Wong, his daughter Fanny, her husband George, and her son, Bobo, for three million dollars. Fanny is frightened by a cat in the house upon move-in, and the Black Ninja leader...

Going Straight (1916)
Running Time: 50 mins Black & White
Starring: Norma Talmadge, Ralph Lewis, Ninon Fovieri
A man and his wife both have criminal pasts, but have quit crime and are now respectable citizens. One day a member of their old gang shows up and threatens to expose them if they don't help him pull a heist.

Golden Dragon Silver Snake (aka Dragoneer 5: The Indomitable) (1979)
Starring: Dragon Lee
When a man is killed, his brother vows to avenge his death by hiring a martial arts master.

Golden Ninja Warrior (1986)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Donald Owen, Huei-Chie Yang, Ming Tien
Two ninjas, Michael and Sherri are on two seperate missions but always team up to find the same Ninja attacking them. Sheeri is out to find her father's murderer and Michael must protect the Golden Ninja Warrior statue for a ceremony in China.

Golden Sun (1981)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lei Hsiao Lung, Chen Pei Ling, Ou-Yang Chung
A young Kung Fu student decides to investiage the death of his hero, Bruce Lee, and come up against a sinister conspiracy.

Hawk Of The Hills (1929)
Running Time: 58 mins Black & White
Starring: Allene Ray, Walter Miller
Hawk of the Hills (1927), a ten episode serial, re-edited into a five-reel feature length version

Hero Of The Wild (1977)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Carter Wong, Lo Lieh, Chin Kang
During the Chinese Dynasty, a Buddhist priest of Martial Arts organizes a revolution against the rulers.

Image of Bruce Lee (1978)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li
Bruce Li (the reincarnation of the original Bruce Lee) plays an undercover detective assigned to find the leaders of a worldwide counterfeiting operation. Classic martial arts action.

Impossible Kid, The (1982)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Wang Wang
Pint-sized James Bond, known as "003 1/2", foils the bad guys and gets the girls. Largest grossing film in the Philippines in 1982.

Infernal Street (1977)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Byong Yu, Yutien-Loung, Chao Chien
Action takes place on the famous street in northern China known for casinos, opium dens and danger.

Invincible Killer (1978)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Byoung Yu, Tang Hui Min, Tang Ching
Wang Chun and an invincible fighter go straight in this martial arts film.

Karate Fists and Beans (1973)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Dean Reed, Cris Huerta, Iwao Yoshioka
Sam and Buddy, two highway robbers, join with Colonel Quint, a big crook, who sold his services to Morgan, the banker, in order to free Baby, the banker's daughter, abducted by Espartero and his killers gang. A plan to 'sell' fake dollars to Espartero goes awry, but the two sons of the forger join Quint, and so does Mokaiko, a brave Japanese cook. The rag-tag band of Quinlan meets Espartero in several scraps, and then a climactic confrontation. All are ugly, bad, and dirty (except Baby), and fight accordingly.

Karate Kids, Usa (1991)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Ann Southern, Charles Lane
A wise grandfather guides his two "Karate Kids" through a summer vacation. All their training and skills prove very helpful when they must fight the bad guys and defend those in trouble.

Karate Warriors (1976)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Shin'ichi Chiba, Isao Natsuyagi, Akiko Koyama
A karate fighter and a samurai join opposing gangs to take them down from the inside.

Kickboxer From Hell (1990)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Mark Houghton, Sooni Shroof, Wayne Archer
While in Hong Kong preparing for a big tournament, American kickboxing champion Sean becoms involved with undercover British nun Sophia and her battle against his evil crew of kickboxers

Kickboxer's Tears (1992)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Moon Lee, Wilson Lam, Mark Cheng
A kickboxer is killed in the ring by a dirty opponent who works for a syndicate. The sister of the dead kickboxer vows revenge by facing off against both the dirty kickboxer and the crime syndicate.

Kid With the Golden Arm (1979)
Running Time: 65 mins Color
Starring: Chien Sun, Meng Lo, Feng Lu
Director Chang Cheh reunites the Five Venoms in his second biggest cult hit in the West. It's Lo Meng's most memorable performances whose showdown with fellow Venom Kuo Chue is artistically violent while being graphically artsy.

Kill Squad (1981)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Jean Claude, Jeff Risk, Jerry Johnson, Bill Cambra, Cameron Mitchell
A squad of martial arts masters follow a trail of violence and bloodshed to a vengeful, deadly battle of skills.

Kill The Golden Goose (1979)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Brad Von Beltz, Ed Parker, Master Bong Soo Han
Two martial arts masters work on opposite sides of a government corruption and corporate influence peddling case.

Killer of Snake, Fox of Shaolin (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Carter Wong, Lik Cheung, Ya Ying Liu
Master Wong and his daughter Wong Koo must get help from the mysterious wanderer Yuk-long when The snake god Choy Ching Sing wants to force Wong Koo to marry him.

Killer Priest aka Ferocious Monk From Shaolin (1977)
Starring: Sing Chen, Michael Wai-Man Chan, Kang Chin
The Buddhist monk, Tamo (Bodhidharma), faces off against the Taoist priest!

King Boxer (Aka Five Fingers Of Death) (1972)
Running Time: 104 mins Color
Starring: Lieh Lo, Ping Wang, Hsiung Chao
Two martial arts schools prepare for an important tournament.

Kung Fu For Sale (1979)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Hua Tsung, Kuang Yang, Dean Shek
This non-stop Kung-Fu action/comedy film is about a young man whose father forbids him from continuing his martial arts training. Leaving home, he soon falls under the guidance of a Kung-Fu master who prepares him for the fight of his life.

Kung Fu Kids (1985)
Running Time: 84 mins Color

Comedic martial arts involving the cleverest adolescent kung fu kids you've ever seen.

Kung Fu Punch of Death (aka Fang Shi Yu) (1974)
Starring: Fei Meng
Every punch hurts, but the last one is...the punch of death!

Kung Fu: The Punch of Death  (1972)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Fei Meng, Lin Lin Li, Yasuaki Kurata
A gifted but proud young martial arts student injures and kills an opponent. In retaliation , his father is killed. The young student vows revenge and begins to prepare for his epic face-off.

L.A. Streetfighters Aka Ninja Turf (1985)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Jun Chong, Phillip Rhee, James Lew
A Korean immigrant in L.A. encounters difficulties when he refuses to join the all-Korean gang in his highschool.

Last Battle of Yang Chao (1976)

It's 1645, and the forces loyal to the Ming are fast losing out to the Ching (Manchu). Treacherous quisling Shu Ting Kao betrays Captain Sher and takes him prisoner, as per the (Ching) emperor's orders. Sher's loyal comrades include Yuen, who is the daughter of a general recently killed in battle. Yang Chao is overrun, but Sher's comrades disguise themselves as Ching soldiers to rescue him.

Legend Of 8 Samurai (1984)
Running Time: 130 mins Color
Starring: Misc
An ancient Japanese princess hires a group of eight Samurai to destroy the witch who reigns over her clan.

Legend of Bruce Lee, The (1980)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Le, Kien Shih, Kwok Choi Hon
A semi-biography of a young Bruce Lee striving to perfect his fighting style and how he is continually threatened by other schools of Kung Fu, jealous of his power, ability and agility.

Legend Of Eight Samurai, The (1984)
Running Time: 130 Color
Starring: Sonny Chiba, Sue Shiomi
As might be gathered from its title, The Legend of the Eight Samurai is set in feudal Japan. Princess Hiroku Yokoshimaru's family is wiped out, along with her bodyguards. All that stands between the princess and certain death is an inexperienced young samurai, played by martial-arts expert Sonny Chiba. Armed with little more than determination, Chiba must battle an octet of phantom warriors, a witch, and a killer centipede!

Legion of Eight )

Linda (1929)
Running Time: 75 mins Black & White
Starring: Helen Foster, Warner Baxter
Circumstances force a young woman to marry a much older man, although she really loves a young doctor.

Mad Monkey Kung Fu )
Starring: Pan Yin Tzi, Chin Lung, Tien Chun
A lowly servant goes away to study the martial arts. His former masters sure won't taunt him any longer, or he'll show them what he's really learned.

Marked Money (1928)
Running Time: 60 mins Black & White
Starring: Frank Coghlan Jr., Tom Keene, Tom Kennedy

Master of the Flying Guillotine (1975)
Starring: Jimmy Wang, Kam Kang
A blind man disguised as a priest has vowed to kill a one-armed boxer (director Wang Yu) who runs a martial arts school. He devises a weapon he calls the Flying Guillotine ? which looks like a felt hat on a long chain but has a circular saw blade inside ? that he uses to decapitate his enemies (and a few chickens, when he gets hungry). The one-armed boxer is stalked by a vengeful flying guillotine expert, after his disciples were killed in the first 'One-Armed Boxer' film. But as the flying guillotine master is blind, he starts his quest by becoming a serial killer of one-armed men. Meanwhile, the one-armed boxer is running a martial arts school, where he teaches his pupils to control their breath so they can run up walls and along ceilings. And there's an Indian fakir whose arms can extend ten feet. Epic martial arts battles and ludicrously inspired moments galore.

Master With Cracked Fingers (1971)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Chan
Jackie grows up to be a good fighter though he keeps his knowledge a secret until he is forced to fight by an extortion ring that's putting the squeeze on his uncle's restaurant.

Master, The -AKA- Master Ninja 1 (1984)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: Lee Van Cleef, Demi Moore
Searching for his young daughter, and pursued by members of the Ninja, Lee Van Cleef teams up with young drifter instructs him in the martial arts.

Militant Eagle (1978)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Yun Ling, Barry Chan, Ying Bai
A soldier returning home from battle joins forces with villagers seeking justice after their families are brutally slain.

Moonlight Sword and Jade Lion (1980)

In the dark period of the Imperial Dynasty, many traitors advocated appeasement of the enemies. They pretended loyalty to the throne in order to fool the poor patriots.

Nightmaster (1987)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Nicole Kidman, Tom Jennings, Vince Martin
Young martial arts students fall under the influence of their sinister sadistic instructor and become involved in deadly Ninja games that are a coverup for evil.

Ninja 1-6 (1975)
Running Time: 90 mins

Ninja Champion (1983)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Baron, Richard Harrison
White-clad and masked ninja heroes come to the aid of some Interpol agents tracking down a sleazy diamond smuggler.

Ninja Death I (1975)
Running Time: 84 mins Color

High production quality and magnificent fight scenes.

Ninja Death I (1987)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lo Yiu, Luk Yee Fung
The first in a series of three 90-minute features that won accoldates for the outstanding quality of production and expertise in the filming of the most magnificent fight scenes ever filmed. AKA: DUEL OF THE DRAGONS.

Ninja Death III (1987)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lo Yiu, Luk Yee Fong
The third in a series of three 90-minute features that won accolades for the outstanding quality of production and expertise in the filiming of the most magnificent fight scenes ever filmed. AKA: DUEL OF THE DRAGON.

Ninja Death III (1987)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lo Yiu, Luk Yee Fong
The second in a series of three 90-minute features that won accolades for the outstanding quality of production and expertise in the filiming of the most magnificent fight scenes ever filmed. AKA: DUEL OF THE DRAGON.

Ninja Empire (1990)
Running Time: 90 mins Color

The feds fail to find the killer of young prostitutes and, as a last result, they call on the one group they know they can trust - the Ninjas.

Ninja Heat (1988)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Shan Qui, Judi Hi, Chan Wai Man, Lo Chau Wu
A big city crime lord spreads death and destruction. He must be stopped. His gang of thugs meet their match when they cross paths with two Ninja-trained comrades.

Ninja Hunter (1990)
Running Time: 90 mins Color

When a Shaolin temple is destroyed, an angry abbot swears vengeance on the perpetrators. He makes good on his threat.

Ninja Knight Thunder Fox (1987)

Ninja Protector (1980s)

A woman in danger is protected by the best bodyguard of them all - a full-fledged ninja master!

Ninja The Protector (1986)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Richard Harrison, David Bowles, Warren Chan
Two brothers, Warren and David, try to defeat the evil forger who is making their lives a misery.

Ninja Vs. Bruce Lee (1977)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Le, Fei Meng, Lieh Lo
Bruce Wong searches for his uncle in Manila, and ends up fighting for his life and the freedom of a number of girls from the local prostitution ring boss.

Rage Of A Ninja (1988)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Marko Ritchie, Mike Abbott, Morna Lee
The bizarre story centres around an evil ninja trying to get his hands on a manual that will somehow make him 'The Ultimate Ninja'.

Rage Of The Masters (1975)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Ming-Tsai Wu, Cheng-Wu Yang
During the Manchu (Qing) Dynasty, commissioner Ma Chui Kau was a man of peace until a massacre tore apart his family and honor-bounds him to capture the notorious outlaw Hsiung-Wu; that is, until the outlaw captures the commissioner.

Raiders of the Shaolin Temple (1982)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Sonny Yu, Yung-Hsin Chao, Ying Bai
The Wu Tang seek to destroy the Shaolin Temple. The monks of Shaolin pin their hopes on a lone disciple to hold back the Wu horde. Training him are various teachers, including two crippled masters.

Raw Force (aka Kung Fu Cannibals) (1982)
Starring: Cameron Mitchell
A group of martial arts students are en route to an island that supposedly is home to the ghosts of martial artists who have lost their honor. A Hitler lookalike and his gang are running a female slavery operation on the island as well. Soon, the two groups meet and all sorts of crazy things happen which include cannibal monks, piranhas, zombies, and more!

Real Bruce Lee, The (1979)
Running Time: 108 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Lee
Contains actual early films of Bruce Lee, once feared lost but recently discovered in the Chinese film archives.

Return of Shanghai Joe (1975)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Klaus Kinski, Cheen Lie, Tommy Polgár
A sinister town boss called Pat Barnes has exploited almost everyone in the town. If they don't succumb to his demands they normally end up dead. Barnes is finally brought down by Shanghai Joe and a smooth-talking snake-oil salesman.

Return Of The 1-Armed Swordsman (1969)
Running Time: 101 mins Color
Starring: Yu Wang, Chiao Chiao, Chia Essie Lin
One-armed swordsman Fang Kang leads a quiet life as a farmer with wife Hsiao Man. A gang of notorious bandits headed by the "Eight Demon Swordsmen" one day issue a challenge to swordsmen of all schools to a dueling contest at their stronghold. The village folk fear this is a prelude to much bloodshed. Knight Lu Lung and sons Tung and Ta seek Fang's help unsuccessfully. The swordsman also rejects the Demons' invitation. Later, Lu Lung and some fifty swordsmen are killed or captured by the bandits who demand a human arm from each sect as ransom for those taken. Hsiao Man is now abducted. Fang sets out to investigate and rescues her after killing Demon Tung Pei. The couple and the knights head for the robbers' stronghold. En route, Chien Shou is one of the eight Demons, infiltrates their ranks. Several young knights fall victim to her charms before Fang has her killed. In three subsequent duels, Fang dispatches three more Demons. He makes his way to the hideout, sets the prisoners free and finishes off Demons Chuan Lun and Ta Li in the process. The following night, Fang and the returning swordsmen stop at an inn. In gratitude for Fang's services the villagers present him with a gold medal which he refuses to accept. Now Demon Wu Hsiang and the remaining bandits launch a desperate attack on the knights. In an ensuing duel, Fang kills Demon Wu Hsiang. The one-armed swordsman and Hsiao Man set off to resume their peaceful way of living.

Return of the Chinese Boxer (1977)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Yu Wang, Fei Lung, Emily Y. Chang
In wake of the First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895), a group of Japanese warlords calculate that the best way to prepare an invasion of the rest of China from their southern Manchuria staging ground. They form an alliance with General Tao, a major power broker in the kingdom, prompting other Chinese generals to rally against him. The chief asset among these patriots is martial arts master named "Rapid Fist" Sau Pai-lung who subsequently thwarts every assassination attempt and other acts of subversion committed by the Japanese forces. Unable to vanquish Sau with battalions of riflemen and ninjas, the invaders enlist the services of several notorious killers, including pole-fighting monk Yin Feng and ruthless gunslinger Black Crane. They attack Sau with an array of exotic weaponry including a double-barrel shotgun that resembles an over-sized fan. At one point, when the Japanese find their backs against the wall, they use magic to bring back three men from the dead, transforming them into unstoppable kung-fu zombies! Of course, master Sau outfights and outwits them all.

Return of the Kung Fu Dragon (1976)
Running Time: 81 mins Color

Young prince seeks to return the golden city to his people and overturn the black general.

Return Of The Secret Rivals (1976)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Byong Yu, Huang Kam Po, Yueh Hua
This martial arts film centers on a poor orphan girl with ambition and desire.

Return of the Street Fighter (1974)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Sony Chiba
The legendary villain, who supposedly died, from the first movie, is back...with a vengeance! Has some funny scenes (the scene in the sauna), some dramatic scenes (the b&w flashbacks from Terry's childhood), some very good fight-scenes (the scene in the alpes, the f?nal battle), some groovy martial arts weapon-scenes (the training in the Karate-school), and the theme is a classic!

Return Of The Tiger (1978)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li, Paul L. Smith, Yi Chang
The thriving narcotics smuggling operations in Bangkok are headed by rival American and Chinese interests. The former is led by huge bearded nightclub owner, menacingly played by PAUL SMITH. His bitter rival Tse-Chan goes to elaborate lengths to have him "eliminated." The honors, however, fall to the fantastic BRUCE LI - as an undercover agent playing a highly dangerous game - and his attractive girl assistant. With their supreme intervention, both factions are eliminated forever.

Ring, The (1927)
Running Time: 89 mins Black & White
Starring: Carl Brison, Ian Hunter
A previously undefeated fairground boxer named "One Round" Jack Sander (Carl Brisson) is beaten in the ring by a mysterious challenger, who is later revealed to be professional boxer and World Heavyweight champion Bob Corby (Ian Hunter). Bob's manager is impressed with Jack's performance and offers Jack the chance to become Bob's full-time sparring partner, on the condition that he win a trial fight to be arranged at a later date. Bob begins spending more time with Jack's girlfriend Mabel (Lillian Hall-Davis) and buys a bracelet for her to express his feelings. The two kiss but Mabel reluctantly puts a stop to it. The next day when Jack inquires about the bracelet Mabel lies to Jack, telling him that Bob bought it for her because he didn't want to take the money. Jack wins his trial fight and is made Bob's official sparring partner. Keeping his earlier promise to Mabel he agrees to marry her the next day. Mabel goes through with the wedding although somewhat reluctantly due to her new found feelings for Bob. At the wedding reception Bob jokingly states that he wishes Mabel had been the prize at his and Jack's original fight. Jack boldly states that he would defend his wife in a fight against any man. A friendly exhibition match is arranged between the two fighters which Bob wins. After the fight Jack sees that his bride flirting with Bob and suspects that they are having an affair. Jack declares his intent to fight Bob for the heavyweight championship of the world but he is told that this can not happen yet as Jack is not ranked high enough in the league to challenge Bob to an official fight. Jack instead works his way up the rankings and eventually becomes the number one contender. Jack arranges a party with his friends in his apartment as a way to surprise Mabel and let her know that he will be fighting for the world title. Jack and his friends wait long into the night but Mabel does not show up. After Jack's friends leave, Jack stays up and waits for Mabel and eventually she sees her getting out of Bob's car. Jack angrily confronts Mabel about her liaisons with Bob and smashes a framed picture of him. Jack then goes to the club where Bob is and confronts him, Bob tries a cheap shot but Jack knocks him out before he connects. Jack informs Bob that he is officially the number one contender and they will settle their differences in the ring. On the day of the fight the two fighters seem evenly matched until the final rounds where Bob starts to dominate Jack. Jack considers giving up until Mabel, seeing him in pain, runs over to Jack's corner and declares that she wants to be with him, not Bob. Jack musters up his remaining energy and unleashes a flurry of punches in the final round, eventually knocking Bob out and winning the fight. Jack and Mabel embrace as Bob accepts defeat.

Roman Candles (a.k.a. Yankee Doodle Jr.) (1920)
Running Time: 70 mins Black & White
Starring: J. Frank Glendon, Phalba Morgan, Edward Kimball

Rumble in Hong Kong (1974)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Chan
Chan apparently plays the villain in this early Hong Kong release, complete with a hairy mole on his face. His duty is to protect a mob boss from a determined policewoman.

Samurai Reincarnation (1981)
Starring: Sonny Chiba
After surviving the slaughter of many Christians 350 years ago, a samurai denounces God for ignoring the pleas of believers. He sells his soul to Satan and receives the power to resurrect the dead to join him in a murderous rampage. He is Shito: he brings to life a woman who was abused by her husband, two swordsmen who want to prove their skill, and a young man yearning for love. Shito leads them in attacks on people powerless in the face of such spirits. It's up to Jubei, the son of one of the resurrected swordsmen, to seek out a maker of swords who can fashion him with a weapon that will kill the undead. Showdowns loom.

Screaming Ninja (1987)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Ding Pow Ho, Dow Mien Lo
A fighter travels to Japan to find the man who slaughtered his village.

Screaming Tiger (1973)

japanese enemies murder a chinese man's family. The man seeks revenge at all costs. Dubbed To English

Seven Steps Of Kung Fu (1979)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Tien-Chi Cheng, Kai Chia, Cheng-Lan Chen
A ruthless white haired general intends to take over a small town with the help of his "Five Hands Gang"

Shadow Ninja (1983)
Running Time: 114 mins Color
Starring: Roy Chiao Hung, Steve Tung Wai
A masked killer is hunted by an angry cop.

Shaolin Deadly Kicks (1977)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Tao-Liang Tan, Chun-Erh Lung, Lieh Lo
Eight thieves steal a treasure map and split it into eight pieces, vowing to regroup three years later. But they'll have to deal with a deadly-kicking cop.

Shaolin Devil And Shaolin Angel (1978)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Sing Chen, Don Wong, Wei Tung
An assassin terrorizes the countryside, killing many fighters from distinct clans and leaving only one clue - a mask. A secret government agent (Don Wong Tao) posing as an assassin, is on assignment to bring the assassin to justice. Meanwhile, Wan Yi Fei (Chen Sing) and his brother Wong Tu Lung (Wong Hap) are attacked and killed along with many other of the clan.

Shaolin Invincible Sticks (1978)
Running Time: 88 mins Color

A young man uses his deadly skills in Shaolin stick fighting to defeat the enemies of his family.

Shaolin Temple (1976)
Running Time: 126 mins Color
Starring: Sheng Fu, Kuan-Chun Chi, Lung Ti
The Shaolin Temple is the last place to resist defeat by the Manchu Dynasty, mostly because of their unique fighting style. Men from far and wide come to wait outside the temple, hoping that they will be admitted as pupils. As the Abbot becomes older, he realizes that the Manchus are determined to destroy the temple and eradicate the Shaolin fighting techniques. To this end, he decides that it is time at last to admit worthy men into the temple as students, to learn the way of Shaolin.

Shaolin Temple II )

Shogun's Ninja (1982)
Starring: Hiroyuki Sanada
During the reign of Emperor Hideyoshi. Campy but original martial arts action.

Sister Street Fighter (1974)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Etsuko Shiomi, Shin'ichi Chiba, Asao Uchida
Lee Long is a martial-arts champion who the police use as an undercover agent to infiltrate a drug ring responsible for importing heroin from Japan to Hong Kong. When he is identified and imprisoned, the police pressure his sister, Tina Long, to help them locate and free him. She gets the help of Lee's martial-arts school, including the powerful Sonny Kawasaka, for the inevitable battle-royale with the drug gang, which includes masters of many different 'schools' of fighting.

Snake Crane Secrets (1976)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Meng Fei
A family struggles to survive as they attempt to keep their sacred kung fu book from falling into wrong hands in this fast paced martial arts classic from director Wu Ma. As deceit and mistrust slowly begin to divide the family, deadly outside forces attempt to uncover the age-old secret of the Snake Crane style and use it for destructive purposes. Will the secrets of Snake Crane style provide the family with the strength to defeat those who wish to harness its power for evil or will the their dedication crumble in the face of unparalleled adversity?

Snakefist Dynamo (1974)
Running Time: 61 mins Color
Starring: James Yi Lui, Lan-Shi Liang, Lap Ban Chan
He has the soul of a dragon, the heart of a lion, and the skill of a snake!. See the most popular art of Kung Fu unleash its venom against all comers. Nobody could touch him-- nobody would dare. Those who try, meet a grim fate at the hands of the Dragon Snake Fist.

Spirits of Bruce Lee (1973)
Running Time: 33 mins Color
Starring: Michael Wai-Man Chan, Chia-Lin Sun, Pailot Chaising
Chang Chen-Wai, a martial arts expert who runs a jade-importing business, follows his missing brother to Thailand and learns he has been murdered. Chang vows revenge.

Spoilers, The (1914)
Running Time: 110 mins Black & White
Starring: William Farnum, Tom Santchi
The first of many filmed adaptations of Rex Beach's adventure novel of the Alaskan gold-rush.

Street Fighter, The (1974)
Starring: Sony Chiba
Once in a while you've got to see a movie where one Japanese guy just kicks the hell out of everyone in sight. Look no further. Terry Tsurugi is the meanest, fightin-est, sweatiest action anti-hero of all time. You beat a man, they call you tough. You beat an army, they call you... THE STREET FIGHTER!

Street Fighter's Last Revenge (1974)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Shin'ichi Chiba, Reiko Ike, Etsuko Shiomi
Terry Sugury is hired to recover one of two tapes containing a formula for making heroin for a price of 200 dollars a pound. But he gets double crossed. So he wants the tape back.

Talons Of The Eagle (1992)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Jalal Merhi, Billy Blanks, James Hong
After 3 DEA agents are killed by Mr. Li, martial arts champion Tyler Wilson is sent on assignment to Toronto and teams up with Michael Reeds. Wilson and Reeds enter a martial arts tournament, where they end up saving Mr. Li from being killed by a rival crime boss. Li invites the two to join his staff. As Wilson and Reeds get closer to the truth about Li's operation, they gather the needed evidence, but will have to escape Li, alive.

Tattoo Connection (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Jim Kelly, Sing Chen, Tao-Liang Tan
When a diamond is stolen in Hong Kong, the company insuring the diamond sends a former CIA agent to Hong Kong to retrieve it. Meanwhile, one of the thieves begins to have a change of heart because his girlfriend wants him to leave his criminal organization.

Tattooed Dragon (1982)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu
Though they should know better, a bunch of street gangs try to take on the powerful Tattooed Dragon. They learn their lesson hard and fast.

Ten Fingers Of Death (1988)
Running Time: 90 mins Color

A man searches for his father's killer and plans to exact his revenge.

The Black Cobra 2 (1989)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Fred Williamson, Nicholas Hammond, Emma Hoagland
Chicago cop Robert Malone (Fred Williamson) finds himself in The Philippines, ostensibly to learn the techniques of Interpol. Before he exits the Manila airport, his wallet is stolen by a pickpocket. Malone endures a testy relationship with his new colleague Kevin McCall while evidence surrounding the stolen wallet pulls both of them deeper and deeper into a web of intrigue.

The Four Shaolin Challengers (1977)

The Lost Kung Fu Secrets (1979)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: David Chiang, Feng Hsu, Paul Chang
When an evil warlord tries to control the masses by using Christianity as a cover for his secret agenda, an earnest martial arts master (David Chiang) vows to expose the warlord's ultimate, deadly goal - to assassinate the Emperor. Filled to the brim with thrilling fights.

The Master Of Death aka Revenge Of A Shaolin Kid (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Kuan-Chun Chi, Lieh Lo, Ling Chia
After training at Shaolin for 18 long years, Lee Tien Chow sets out to avenge the death of his father.

The Power of Ninjitsu (1988)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Richard Harrison, Grant Temple, Dae-kun Lee

The Rebel Of Shaolin (1977)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Lingfeng Shangguan, Carter Wong, Chun-Erh Lung
A series of killings ravage a Buddhist temple and one of its disciples is a suspect. A corrupted Emperor seeks out a valuable piece of treasure while giving the monks a month to recover the gift or die.

The Shaolin King Boxer (1979)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Kuan Tai Chen, Fei Meng, Chia Yung Liu
The story begins with the star Chen Kwan Tai's family being killed by Lau Kar Wing, Leung Kar Yan and Wilson Tong. During the fight that ensues, Chen loses a thumb in the battle and manages to escape and vows revenge. Enter Meng Fei. He's a scam artist of sorts, who fakes a relationship with Chen to thwart the crew of Lau, Leung and Tong. Action packed classic!

The Story of Drunken Master (1979)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Siu Tin Yuen, Pan Pan Yeung, Casanova Wong
Beggar So is trying to train brother and sister team Chung and Gam Fa, with mixed results! But an enemy from Beggar So's past, Grasshopper Bill Chan and his brother Cougar start causing trouble and throw Beggar So out of his house. Grasshopper Bill helps Kai to be pledged in marriage to Gam Fa against her wishes, but secretly he wants her all to himself, which leads to a final battle.

The Ultimate Ninja (1986)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Stuart Smith, Bruce Baron, Sorapong Chatree
A twenty year old feud between Ronald, a benevolant village leader and Roger, an evil tyrant, leaves Ronald dead and Roger running the village with an evil bunch of ruffians. Ronald's three children have been split up and are now young adults. Jimmy, the eldest, has been in training for 20 years to extract revenge upon his father's killer and retain control of the village. Meanwhile, evil Ninja leader Victor has stolen the Black Ninja Warrior from Charles, the new leader of the Red Ninjas. Charles sets out to recapture the Black Ninja Warrior and prevent Victor from stealing the Gold Ninja Warrior. Jimmy heads for the village to get Roger as Charles begins his quest to find and destroy Victor. Jimmy has doubts: will he take back the village, will he be re-united with his brother and sister and will he deal with Roger? But Charles is confident that his good Ninja powers will defeat the evil power. The final battle is between good and evil, right and wrong, Ninja clans and justice.

The Warrior Against The Blind Swordsman (1983)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Barry Prima, Advent Bangun, Rukman Herman
Dutch colonial army in West Java holds a tournament to select the best warrior to confront local freedom fighter Parmin (Jaka Sembung). The winner is a blind swordsman. Things get complicated when magician seductress Dewi Magi intervenes.

The Ways of Kung-Fu (1979)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Dragon Lee, Yi Tao Chang, Eun-ju Im
A ruthless Warlord from Manchuria builds a martial arts labyrinth that contains 18 martial art amazons, many try to enter but none leave, until Dragon Lee, seeking to avenge his father: his skills are good enough to defeat the 18 fighters and the warlord.

Top Fights Of Kung Fu )
Running Time: ## mins Color

Great kung fu fights!

True Game Of Death (1979)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: Hsao Lung, Alice Meyer, Ali Tayler
This movie creates a fictional story around Bruce Lee's death. In it a villain known as "Big Boss" drugs Bruce Lee in order to destroy his production company and force him to work for him. But the drug accidentally kills Bruce and so a double is hired to pose as him. When Bruce's girlfriend discovers the double, the real Bruce's spirit takes him over to help him defeat the villain.

Two Wondrous Tigers (1980)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: John Cheung, Pan Pan Yeung, Phillip Ko
Robert Ko (Phillip Ko Fei) returns home and befriends local vagrant, Tiger (John Cheung Ng-Long), who's fallen for Ming (Yang Pan Pan). Unfortunately, Master Ma, is also interested. A contest ensues to see who will win her hand.

Victim, The   )

Water Margin )
Starring: Masuro Sato
Kung Fu master Chen Lee goes up against a bunch of tough thugs who are brutalizing poor Mexican farmers.

Weapons Of Death (1983)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Eric Lee, Bob Ramos, Ralph Catellanos
Kung Fu expert Eric Lee splatters his enemies all over San Francisco's Chinatown.

With General Custer At The Little Big Horn (1926)
Running Time: 55 mins Black & White
Starring: John Beck, Roy Stewart, Edmund Cobb

Young Bruce Lee, The (1982)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: Bruce Li
This film chronicles Bruce Lee's childhood study and mastery of his famous fighting skills.

Young Tiger (aka Xiao lao hu) (1973)
Starring: Fei Meng
Ho Mei Fong is a young woman in trouble, running from a gang of criminals with something of importance hidden in her purse. She dies in Chien Chen's taxi while trying to escape, but not before hiding the purse. Chien Chen is now involved whether he likes it or not, along with Ho Mei's sister, who turns out to be an undercover Hong Kong policewoman. They must solve the mystery of the missing purse and what it contained, while being pursued by the criminals and their hired thugs (led by Jackie Chan).

Zen Master 6 (1987)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Jianming Sun, Wai Lok, Hin-Cheung Choi
The Abbot of Po Chi Lam is about to die and therefore name a successor. The aggressive and hot-tempered San Sau seems likely, but the Abbot favors the quieter Wai Nam. On his deathbed, the Abbot entrusts the temples surplice to Wai Nam and sends him out into the world. San Sau and his allies are determined to get it back.