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 1982.

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

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1981

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1983

Clan Feuds (1982) [Da qi ying xiong chuan]

The director of Shaolin Kung-fu Mystagogue honored legendary directors Chu Yuan and Chang Cheh, as well as kung-fu cinema itself, in this film. Like Chu Yuan did so often and so successfully, Chang Peng-yi adapted it from a story by Ku Lung. And like 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). The result is a spectacular showcase of mystical “Martial Arts World” intrigue and consummate kung-fu. The title doesn’t lie: the many rivalries, counterplots, and deceptions are as fascinating to the mind as the amazing choreography is pleasing to the eye.

Director: Peng-Yi Chang
Writers: Titus Ho (as Yung-Lin Ho), Lung Ku (novel)
Stars: Lung Ti, Szu-Chia Chen, Meng Lo

House of Traps (1982)

Perils of the Sentimental Swordsman (1982)

The Brave Archer and His Mate (1982)

Buddha’s Palm (1982)

Cat vs. Rat (1982)

Five Element Ninjas (1982)

Gang Master (1982)

Human Lanterns (1982)

Kid From Kwangtung (1982)

Legendary Weapons of China (1982)

My Rebellious Son (1982)

Ode to Gallantry (1982)

Shaolin Prince (1982)

The Spirit of the Sword (1982)

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1981

Shaw Brothers Martial Arts Films 1983

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

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