"Showdown At The Cotton Mill" a.k.a. Hu Hui Chien xie zhan xi chan si (1978)
Showdown at the Cotton Mill, also known as 胡惠乾血戰西幝寺, Hu Hui Chien xie zhan xi chan si, also released as Cold Face, Heart and Blood, is a 1978 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Wu Ma. The film was believed to be lost until Rarescope uncovered the film in a Taiwanese film vault. It is a sequel to the 1976 film The Shaolin Avengers, which was co-directed by Wu Ma and Chang Cheh and stars Kuan-Chun Chi as Hu Hui-Chien.
(Synopsis): With its fast-paced action sequences and lavish period-piece production design, the Hong Kong film SHOWDOWN AT THE COTTON MILL is one of the forgotten and rarely seen classics of old-school kung fu cinema. Shaw Brothers regular Chi Kuan Chun stars as a master of the Southern Fist fighting style, prompring the imperial Ching dynasty to send in a Wu Tang Northern Leg master to take down the rebel in an action-packed series of martial-arts battles.
Starring: Chi Kuan Chun, Dorian Tan Tao Liang, Tong Siu Man, Lee Keung, Fai Wan
Cheung Paang, Chang Chi Ping, Chan Sam Lam, Cheng Sai Gang, Hoh Gong.
Director: Wu Ma, Action Director: Cheung Paang, Region Code: All, Format: NTSC
Running Time: 84 Minutes, Languages: Mandarin, Subtitles: English, Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1.