"Shaolin Executioners" a.k.a. (Executioners from Shaolin) (1977)
Executioners from Shaolin, also known as 洪熙官, Executioners Of Death, Hung Hei-Goon, Hung Hsi-Kuan, Shaolin Executioners, Les Exécuteurs de Shaolin and Hung Hsi Kuan is a 1977 Shaw Brothers kung fu film directed by Lau Kar-leung. It is released as Shaolin Executioners outside of Hong Kong and as Executioners of Death in North America.
(Synopsis): The White Eyebrow priest is bent on destroying Shaolin. He meets resistance from a Shaolin fighter but kills him eventually. Now it's up to his son to combine his father's tiger claw style with his mother's crane technique to take down the evil priest. Overview: White Eyebrow priest Pak Mei is bent on destroying the Shaolin Temple. He meets resistance from a Shaolin fighter (Chen Kuan Tai) but kills him eventually. It's now up to his son (Wong Yu) to combine his father's tiger claw style with his mother's crane technique to bring down the evil priest. Masterfully directed by action master Liu Chia Liang.
Starring: Chen Kuan Tai, Lo Lieh, Gordon Liu (Chia Hui), Lily Li Li-Li, Kong Do, Lee Hoi Sang, John Cheung (Ng Long), Wong Yu, Cheng Hong Yip
Directed by: Lau Kar-leung, Produced by: Run Me Shaw, Action Director: Lau Kar Leung, Features: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1 # Mono # Trailers, Duration: 7, Running Time: 96 minutes, Languages: English (Dolby Digital 1.0 - Mono), Subtitles: None, Distributed by: Shaw Brothers Studio, Country: Hong Kong