"Unbeatable Dragon" a.k.a. (南少林與北少林, Nan Shao Lin Yu Bei Shao Lin, Invincible Shaolin) (1978)
Unbeatable Dragon, also known as Invincible Shaolin,南少林與北少林, Nan Shao Lin Yu Bei Shao Lin, North Shaolin vs. South Shaolin, Shaolin Bloodshed, La Fureur Shaolin is a Hong Kong films of 1978 Shaw Brothers kung fu film directed by Chang Cheh. It is one of Chang Cheh's tales of Shaolin's historic rivalries with the Qing Dynasty. It is one of the few Venom films featuring Wei Pai (the Snake).
(Synopsis): Ching officials trick northern and southern Shaolin martial artists to fight against each other in hopes that they wipe each other out. The monks get wind of the plan, but is it too late?
Overview: An evil Ching warlord (Wong Lung Wei) comes up with a brilliant plan to rid the Ching Empire of the Shaolin masters. He invites three Shaoliners to his mansion and has them fight it out with three novice South Shaoliners. Of course, the Northerners win and accidentally kill the Southerners. News of the incident reaches Shaolin, where the elder dispatches three top fighters to deal with the crisis of the Shaolin in-fighting. Here the Venoms are in top notch form under the beady eye of madman Tai Cheh, and the crisp storytelling of the maestro, Chang Cheh.
Starring: Lu Feng, Sun Chien, Chiang Sheng (Tang Chung-Fei), Phillip Kwok (Kuo Chue), Lo Meng, Kara Hui Ying-Hung, Johnny Wang (Lung Wei), Tien Niu, Cheng Miu, Wong Ching Ho, Suen Shu Pau,
Director: Chang Cheh, Producer: Run Run Shaw, Action Director: Robert Tai Chi Hsien, Lu Feng, Leung Ting, Produced by: Sir Run Run Shaw, Features: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1 Mono Trailers, Running Time: 98 minutes, Languages: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 - Stereo - Dual Mono), Subtitles: English, Region Coding: All Region, Distributed by: Shaw Brothers Studio, Release date: 1978