"Triple Irons" a.k.a. (The New One Armed Swordsman) (1971)
Triple Irons, also known as 新獨臂刀, The New One Armed Swordsman, San duk bei do, Xin du bi dao, Triple Irons, and La Rage du tigre is a 1971 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Chang Cheh and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, starring David Chiang. Chiang replaced Jimmy Wang, the star of the two preceding films in the series, The One-Armed Swordsman and Return of the One-Armed Swordsman. The film features Chang Cheh's usual brand of violent swordplay and bloody effects.
(Synopsis): When a bogus teacher dupes his student into accepting a duel he cannot win, he unfortunately accepts, and ends up losing an arm. After the duel, he retreats to a small village where he finds humble work as a waiter. However, when trouble comes to town and justice must be served, he realizes that he must be the one to act. The swordsman inside him springs back into action, and sets out on a bloody trail of revenge and justice.
Starring: Li Ching (Cheng Lei), Ti Lung, David Chiang, Guk Fung (Ku Feng), Liu Kang, Chan Sing (Chen Hsing), Wang Ching Ho, Wong Chung (Wang Chung), Shen Lao, Wang Kuang Yu, Cheng Hong Yip (Cheng Kang Yeh), Yuen Shun-Yi, Sham Chin Bo