"The Chinese Professionals" a.k.a. (One Armed Boxer) (1971) $9.95
One Armed Boxer, also known as Du bei quan wang, Duk bei kyun wong,  獨臂拳王, Le Boxeur manchot, Le Roi du kung fu, and Le Roi du kung fu attaque is a 1971 Hong Kong martial arts film starring Jimmy Wang Yu. It is about a skilled Chinese martial artist who loses an arm and must exact revenge on his rival school.(Synopsis): Wang Yu, the famous Chinese actor who created the memorable character of the "One-Armed Swordsman", is back in action again, this time as the "One-Armed Boxer". It was Wang Yu that first created the role of the "One-Armed Swordsman" and later went on to join forces with Japan’s famous swordsman Shintaru Katsu in the film "Zatoichi And The One-Armed Swordsman". In "Zatoichi And The One-Armed Swordsman", Hong Kong’s one-armed swordsman meets Japan’s blind samurai in some of the best swordplay sequences ever captured on film. In this Golden Harvest production, Wang Yu tests his skill as a martial artist against some of the finest fighters in the world. As the "One-Armed Boxer", we find Wang Yu taking on a myriad of martial arts opponents from around the world, including Japanese and Okinawan karate experts, Tibetan monks, Thai kick-boxers, and Indian yoga experts. From the opening scenes to the last shot, there is never a dull moment in "The One-Armed Boxer".Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu, Lung Fei, Blacky Ko Sau-Leung, Tang Hsin, Choi Wang, Sit Hon, Ma Kei, Tin Yau, Shan Mao, O Yau Man, Kwan Hung, Wong Wing Sang, Su Chen Ping, Cheung Yee Kwai, Ng Tung Kiu, Man Man, Hsieh Hsing, Wong Fei Lung, To Wai Wo, Hau Pak Wai, Ma Chin Ku, Lui Jun, Yip Fei Yang, Chan San Yat. . . Director: Jimmy Wang Yu, Assistant Director: Yeung Jing Chan Producer: Raymond Chow Man Wai, Action Director: Jimmy Wang Yu, Letterboxed ,Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Languages: English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround) Mandarin (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround), Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Running Time: 89 minutes.
"The Trail of The Broken Blade" a.k.a. (Duan Chang Jian) (1967) $9.95
"The Trail of The Broken Blade" also known as (Duan Chang Jian) (1967) (Synopsis): A young aristocratic knight Li Yueh renounces his sword, identity and the woman he loves after going on the lam for assassinating a corrupt official responsible for his father's demise. While living incognito as a lowly stable-hand in a country tavern, Li's past catches up with him when he meets by chance Fang Chun Chao, a platonic benefactor of Li's betrothed whom he assists to reunite with Li. Meanwhile Fang himself is trailed by his own sworn enemies, the Tu clan of Flying Fish Island who would all converge to Li's sanctuary and is forced out from his undercover existence and back to the way of the blade. Starring: Kiu Chong, Chin Ping, Jimmy Wang Yu, Lisa Chiao Chiao, Chen Hung Lieh,Paul Wei Ping Ao Director: Chang Cheh, Action Director: Lau Kar Leung, Tong Gaai, Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Language: CantoneseRegion: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Running Time: 104 Minutes.
"The Chinese Boxer" a.k.a. (Hammer of God) (1970) $10.95
The Chinese Boxer, also known by its international titles 龙虎斗, Hammer Of God, La Vengeance du Tigre and The Hammer of God is a 1970 Hong Kong action kung fu film written, directed by and starring Jimmy Wang.[2][3][4] Tong Gaai was the action director. The Chinese Boxer was a box office success at the time of its release and is currently considered the first classic in the Kung Fu genre. (Synopsis): A group of Japanese fighters kill most of Wang Yu's schoolmates. He barely escapes to a retreat to learn Iron Palm--the only technique that can defeat the Japanese karate. After his rigorous training, he returns to face his foes in a series of duels. Overview: Wang Yu takes the title role as a young kung fu student who prides himself on his skill and his upright standing. These skills are tested and defeated when a local rival enlists the help of a group of Japanese fighters who then kill most of Wang Yu's school. The injured hero barely escapes with his life and moves to a retreat to learn the Iron Palm--the only technique that can defeat the force of Japanese karate. Having finished his rigorous training, the Chinese fighter faces his numerous foes in a series of nicely choreographed fight scenes that complete the picture. Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu, Lo Lieh, Wong Ping (Wang Ping), Chiu Hung (Chao Hsiung), Cheng Lui (Cheng Lei), Fong Min, Chan Sing, Yuen Wo Ping, Wong Chung, Wong Ching, Jason Pai Piao, Tsang Choh Lam, Wong Kwong Yue, Chen Kuan Tai, Yuen Cheung Yan, Hsu Hsia, Fung Hak On, San Kuai Features: Anamorphic Widescreen,Mono,Trailers, Running Time: 90 minutes, Languages: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 - Stereo - Dual Mono), Subtitles: None, Region Coding: All Region, Format: NTSC, Production company: Shaw Brothers, Distributed by: Shaw Brothers Studio, Celestial Pictures (DVD), Release date: 1970
"The Assassin" a.k.a. (Ci ke, Daai Chi Haak) (1967) $9.95
The Assassin, also known as 大刺客,  Ci ke, Da Ci Ke, Daai Chi Haak and The Great Assassin. Jimmy Wang Yu revolutionized Hong Kong kung-fu cinema with One-Armed Swordsman, they also collaborated on this epic of the Six Kingdoms era. Here, Yu is a two-armed swordsman who is betrayed by a jealous rival, but initially seeks a life of simple pleasures until an accidental meeting with another patriot sets him back on the road to bloody, brutal vengeance. (Synopsis): Jimmy Wang Yu revolutionized Hong Kong kung-fu cinema with One-Armed Swordsman, they also collaborated on this epic of the Six Kingdoms era. Here, Yu is a two-armed swordsman who is betrayed by a jealous rival, but initially seeks a life of simple pleasures until an accidental meeting with another patriot sets him back on the road to bloody, brutal vengeance.Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu, Chiao Chiao, Wong Chung Shun (Huang Tsung-Shun), Lee Heung Gwan (Li Hsiang-Chun), Tin Fung (Tien Feng), Cheng Lui, Cliff Lok, Fong Min, Liu Chia Liang, Wong Ching Ho, Cheung Pooi Saan, Tong Gaai, Cheng Hong Yip, Wong Kwong Yue, Kok Lee Yan, Yuen Cheung Yan, Lau Gong, Gam Gwan Languages: English, Uncut, Director: Chang Cheh, Producer: Run Run Shaw, Action Director: Lau Kar Leung, Tong, Running time: 121 minutes, Film Company: Shaw Brothers
"Furious Slaughter" a.k.a. (Ba wang quan) (1972) $9.95
Furious Slaughter, also known as 霸王拳, Ba wang quan, Ba wang quan Ma Yong Zhen, and Furios Slaughter is a 1972 Hong Kong martial arts Kung Fu action film. It's also known as Superdragon or The Deadly Bunch It stars Jimmy Wang Yu. It's a prequel to Ma Su Chen (1972) (or Rebel Boxer or Bloody Struggle) 1972.  (Synopsis): A largely unknown eastern Wang Yu plays a super-cool hero, who singlehandedly embarrasses a crime syndicate. The superstar from Hong Kong portrays an Asian hero battling nefarious white slave traders in the 1930s.  Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu, Sally Chen (Sha Li), Tin Yau, Sit Hon, Miu Tin, Ma Kei, Lung Fei, Yee Yuen, Got Siu Bo, Shan Mao, Lee Keung, Man Man, Su Chen Ping, Hsieh Hsing, Wong Wing Sang, Kwan Hung, Chai Hau Keung, Laam Kei, Ng Ho, Kong Yeung, Chui Lap, Chang I Fei, Poon Chuen Ling, Ho Wai Hung, Au Lap Bo. . . Directed by: Ting Shan-hsi, Produced by: Wong Cheuk Hon, Languages: English (Dolby Digital 1.0 - Mono), Subtitles: None, Running Time: 84 minutes.    
"Deadly Silver Spear" a.k.a. (Shaolin's Silver Spear) (1977) $14.95
Deadly Silver Spear, also known as Shaolin's Silver Spear.  (Synopsis): Silver spear is hired by a noblewoman to do away with three top-class kung fu master, but news of these killings reaches the ears of a white haired man known as master, vexed, he deploys his own killers to deal with silver spear. Unperturbed, silver spear continues on his mission, taking on all the masters fighters, in addition to his own targer/double crossed and facing tremendous odds silver spear on the might of the mastsers army in snow valley, non-stop. bone breaking kung fu action at its very best! Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu, Hsu Feng , Chang Yi, Woo Gam, Blacky Ko Sau-Leung, Kon Tak Mun, Siu Yiu, Hsieh Hsing, Cheung Chung Kwai, Au Lap Bo, Ko Jan Pang Director: Sung Ting Mei, Action Director: Lau Kar Wing, Region Code: All, Format: NTSC, Running Time: 90 minutes, Languages: English dubbed (Dolby Digital 2.0 - Stereo), Subtitles: None, Aspect Ratio: 4:3, Released: 1977 [Taiwan]    
"Magnificent Trio" a.k.a. 邊城三俠, Bian Cheng San Xia (1966) $9.95
"Magnificent Trio" 邊城三俠,  Bian Cheng San Xia (1966)  (Synopsis): This adventure reunited the director and cast of the groundbreaking “Tiger Boy”, and established both as pioneers of the coming golden age of martial arts cinema. Taking place in the closing years of the Ming Dynasty, the title characters battle a power-hungry official, at the same time getting involved with three gorgeous beauties. Two magnificent trios plus great fight scenes make this one of the most memorable historical dramas to come out of Shaw Brothers in the 1960s. (Starring): Jimmy Wang Yu, Lo Lieh, Cheng Lui, Chin Ping, Margaret Tu Chuan, Fanny Fan Lai, Violet Pan Yingzi, Lui Ming Director: Chang Cheh, Producer: Runme Shaw, Action Director: Lau Kar Leung, Tong Gaai, Language: Mandarine, Subtitles: English, Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Format: NTSC, Region: All, Running Time: 103 Minutes  
"Beach Of The War Gods" a.k.a. (Zhan shen tan) (1973) $9.95
Beach Of The War Gods, also known as 戰神灘, Zhan shen tan, Zin San Taan, and Le Dieu de la guerre. (Synopsis): During the last days of the Ming Dynasty, the coast of Southeast China was at the mercy of marauding of Japanese pirates. When Hangchow city was occupied, the general's cousin Hsiao Feng, a fencing master-hand, went to rescue his uncle but failed. When he arrived in a small town, he met Shinobu's army tyrannizing the common people. He tried to help them out and planed to organize them to fight against the enemy. When they knew that the enemy's army carrying the provender would arrive in 7 days, they decided to annihilate them in the Beach of The War Gods and arranged everything well there. It was at night that the enemy arrived there and was hit by the trap. When rest of the arms rushed into the town, the Chinese people fought against them hard. Shinobu finally decided to fight with Hsiao alone and was killed. Starring: Jimmy Wang Yu, Lung Fei, Tin Yau, Sit Hon, Shan Mao, Choi Wang, Kwan Hung, Man Man, Cheung Yee Kwai, Su Chen Ping, Hsieh Hsing, Wong Wing Sang, Shih Ting Ken, O Yau Man, Cho Kin, Lui Jun, Jack Lung (Sai Ga), Blacky Ko Sau-Leung, Lee Keung, Ho Wai Hung Director: Jimmy Wang Yu, Producer: Raymond Chow Man Wai, Features: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1 Mono Trailers, Running Time: 106 minutes. Languages: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 - Stereo - Dual Mono) Region Coding: All Region, Format: NTSC