"Disciples of the 36th Chamber" a.k.a. (Disciples Of The Master Killer) (1985)
"Disciples of the 36th Chamber" a.k.a. (Disciples Of The Master Killer) (1985)

"Disciples of the 36th Chamber" a.k.a. (Disciples Of The Master Killer) (1985)

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Disciples Of The 36th Chamber also known as  少林三十六房:霹雳十杰, Pi Li Shi Jie, Disciples Of The Master Killer, Master Killer III, and Les Disciples de la 36ème chambre is a 1985 Shaw Brothers Studio Hong Kong martial arts film comedy written, directed and choreographed Lau Kar-leung. It is the third in a loose trilogy of films that began with The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978) and was followed by Return to the 36th Chamber (1980). In Disciples, the action is focused on Hsiao Ho, who portrays legendary martial artist Fong Sai-Yuk. Gordon Liu, a constant in the 36th Chamber series, reprises his role from The 36th Chamber of Shaolin as the monk San Te.

(Synopsis): The brilliant and vastly underrated Hsiao Ho plays Fong Sai Yuk, the utterly incorrigible young troublemaker who is nearly invincible due to his martial arts abilities. His parents and teachers can’t discipline him, and he continually gets into trouble; until one day he messes with the wrong people, and the local rulers decree that he be decapitated. Devastated, his parents secretly send him and his brothers to the 36th Chamber of Shaolin Temple to avoid the beheading, and his mother selflessly agrees to face the consequences of her son’s actions. Once in Shaolin Temple, monk San Te (Gordon Liu) works to exhaust the young boy into submission. However, Sai Yuk handles his training regimen easily, and has plenty of energy to spare for his various dirty deeds. He gathers his fellow students in forbidden attempts to sneak out, eventually finding a way out for himself. On his night out, he visits the governor’s estate to witness the lantern festival, where he gets into more trouble and earns the wrath of the governor himself. It’s not long before the governor begins to plan an elaborate plot to bring down Sai Yuk--and all of Shaolin’s students with him! With all his family, his friends, and his own head on the line, there’s no telling how this tale will turn out

Starring: Wong Yu, Gordon Liu (Chia Hui), Lo Lieh, Hsiao Ho, Kara Hui Ying-Hung, Chan Si Gaai, Yau Chui Ling, Cheng Miu, Yeung Chi Hing, Jamie Luk (Kim Ming), Johnny Wang (Lung Wei), Wilson Tong (Wai Shing), Ging Chue, Wai Wang, Keung Hon, Shum Lo, Poon Bing Seung.

Director: Lau Kar Leung, Produced by: Mona Fong, Run Run Shaw, Action Director: Lau Kar Leung, Ching Chu, Hsiao Ho, Languages: Cantonese, Mandarin Subtitles: English, Chinese (Traditional), Bahasa, Subtitles: English,  Chinese, (Traditional), Bahasa, Distributed by: Shaw Brothers Studio, Release date: 1985 (Hong Kong)