Shaw Brothers Martial Arts FilmsThe Shaw Brothers made over 1000 films before they left the film industry in 1987 to concentrate on television production. They resumed film production in 2009. The Shaw Brothers are best known in the west for Shaw Brothers martial arts films. The Shaw Brothers included Runje, Runme, and Runde and Run Run Shaw. This article covers Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1974.

Editors note: The Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Film Project is a work in progress.

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1973

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1975

Five Shaolin Masters (1974) 5 Masters of Death [Shao Lin wu zu]

In Five Shaolin Masters, five students escape from the destruction of their beloved Shaolin Temple…now each must take revenge and train in their own seperate fighting styles…they will become The Five Shaolin Masters.

Director: Cheh Chang
Writer: Kuang Ni (screenplay)
Stars: David Chiang, Lung Ti, Sheng Fu

Five Tough Guys (1974) [Wu da han]
In Five Tough Guys (1974) Master Wu Wen-Yuan’s (Chen Kuan Tai) gang of misfits become unlikely heroes when they work to get a Patriotic General to a British Consulate before his enemies and the Japanese can eliminate him.

Director: Hsueh Li Pao
Writer: Kuang Ni
Stars: Kuan Tai Chen, Chung Wang, Feng Ku

Heroes Two (1974)

The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974)
co-production with Hammer Studios

Men From the Monastery (1974)

Na Cha the Great (1974)

Rivals of Kung Fu (1974)

The Shadow Boxer (1974)

Shaolin Martial Arts (1974)

The Savage Five (1974)

Village of Tigers (1974)

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1973

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1975

Editors note: The Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Film Project is a work in progress.

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