Bloody Parrot, also known as 血鸚鵡 is a 1981 Shaw Brothers film.
(Synopsis): Let's get one thing straight right away. There is no blood-splattered bird in this fast paced fantasy kung-fu film, but there is a swashbuckling mercenary of that nickname, who seems to be helping the Chief of the Imperial Vault recover the Emperor's stolen riches until the Chief is stabbed to death by the imperial concubine. Then it's up to mercenary swordsman Pai Piao to brave blades, poison pins, and several booby-trapped mazes to save the royal jewels. Hell is raised in the martial arts world as forces of good and evil engage in a life-or-death battle for the fabled "bloody parrot". According to legend, this bloody parrot, transformed by dark magic, grants three wishes to anyone who sees it. Like many other people in the martial arts world, swordsman Yeh Ting Feng (Pai Piao) is curious about the truth behind the bloody parrot, and has been investigating its whereabouts. Renowned constable Tieh Han (Tony Liu), meanwhile, is tracing thirteen chests that mysteriously disappeared from the Wang manor. Yeh and Tieh cross paths one night in a cemetery. As the bloody parrot flies overhead, Tieh falls under its curse...
Starring: Jason Pai Piao Anthony Lau Wing, Kwan Feng, Yeung Jing Jing, Chan Shen, Goo Goon Chung, Jenny Leung Jan Lei, Wong Mei Mei
Director: Hua Shan, Action Director: Hsu Hsia, Assistant Action Director: Yuen Tak, Region Code: All, Format: NTSC, Running Time: 92 minutes. Uncut Languages: Mandarin, Subtitles: English, Aspect Ratio: 16:9