"The Naval Commandos" a.k.a. (Hai jun tu ji du) (1977)
The Naval Commandos, also known as 海军突击队, Hai jun tu ji dui, Hoi Gwan Dat Gik Dui and Navy Descentors is a Shaw Brothers film directed by Chang Cheh, who is famous for his martial arts cinematography, but ventured into military combat action with the production of this war movie based upon the War of Resistance/WWII (1937-45).DVDm
(Synopsis): The "Godfather Of The Kung-Fu Film" created this rousing epic of a seemingly suicidal mission to destroy the Japanese Navy's flagship in 1937, featuring many great actors he had worked with over the years. Their courageous and desperate attempts to do just that comprise the remarkable action in this rousing epic, featuring some of the greatest actors Chang had ever made, was making, and would ever make famous.
Starring: David Chiang Da-Wei, Ti Lung, Alexander Fu Sheng, Chi Kuan-Chun, Si Si, Lau Wing, Bruce Tong Yim-Chaan, Phillip Kwok Chun-Fung, Woo Kei, Lee Sau-Kei, On Ping, David Tong Wai, Shan Mao, Tsui Yat Gung, Chiang Sheng, Lu Feng, Chuk Jing, Suen San-Cheung, Yeung Hung, Wang Chiang Liang, Lam Fai-Wong
Director: Chang Cheh, Pao Hsueh Lieh, Wu Ma, Lau Wai Ban, Action Director: Hsieh Hsing, Lee Ka Ting, Robert Tai Chi Hsien, Features: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1 Mono Trailers, Duration: 7, Running Time: 106 minutes. Languages: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 - Stereo - Dual Mono), Subtitles: None, Film Company: Chung Gwok Din Ying Chai Pin Chong, Shaw Brothers