"The Brave Archer 3" a.k.a. (Blast Of The Iron Palm) (1981)
The Brave Archer 3, also known as 射雕英雄傳三集, Blast Of The Iron Palm, The Brave Archer Part III, Kung Fu Warlords 3, Se Diu Ying Hung Juen Saam Jaap, She Diao Ying Xiong Chuan San Ji, and Le Chasseur d'aigles et le secret du moine is a 1981 Hong Kong film adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Legend of the Condor Heroes. The film was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and directed by Chang Cheh, starring Alexander Fu Sheng and Niu-niu in the lead roles. The film is the third part of a trilogy and was preceded by The Brave Archer (1977) and The Brave Archer 2 (1978). The film has two unofficial sequels, The Brave Archer and His Mate (1982) and Little Dragon Maiden (1983), both of which were based on The Return of the Condor Heroes. The theme song of the film, Say Cheung Kei was composed by Chang Cheh, arranged by Joseph Koo and performed in Cantonese by Jenny Tseng.
(Synopsis): Part three of the famous four-part epic. Overview: Renowned film director Chang Cheh returns for a third time with Ti Lung, Alexander Fu Sheng and a stellar supporting cast in The Brave Archer 3 to create a far-out martial arts spectacle that rivals its two predecessors, a rarity in any film industry. Chang's heroes live for death while encapsulating themselves within their own world, but at the right time, will altruistically explode. That's what makes this film a blast.
Starring: Ti Lung, Alexander Fu Sheng, Chiang Sheng, Sun Chien, Wong Lik, Nau Nau, Chui Tai Ping, Lo Meng, Chu Ko, Cheng Lee, Lau Wai Ling, Lu Feng, Phillip Kwok, Siao Yuk, Yeung Hung, Ricky Cheng (Tien Chi)