"Beach Of The War Gods" a.k.a. (Zhan shen tan) (1973)
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