Shaolin Vs Lama Trailer

Shaolin Vs Lama Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 90 mins

A kung fu fanatic, Yu Ting (Alexander Lo Rei), searching for the ultimate master, saves a young Shaolin monk, Hsu Shi (William Yen), from a group of mobsters and sees it as a golden opportunity to enrich his kung fu skills. He persuades the young novice monk to smuggle him into Shaolin, but Ting's presence isn't welcome and he is driven out, but remains close to the temple, keeping in touch with Hsu Shi. When Ting rescues a girl from the clutches of the Flying Eagle gang, the Golden Wheel Lama and sworn enemy of Shaolin finds the perfect excuse to lead an assault on the Temple. Realizing Ting's devotion, the abbot decides to bring Ting into the Shaolin order and teach him the deadliest techniques to prepare him for the Lama's merciless fury.

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Cast

Alexander Lo Rei

as Sun Yi Ting

Chen Shan

as Golden Wheel Lama

Wong Chi-Sang

as Mr. Tso

Sun Jung-Chi

as Grandmaster that eats meat

William Yen

as Hsu Shan / Hsu Erh

Chang Chi-Ping

as head abbot

Lee Wai-Wan

as girl on the run

Lee Wai-Wan

as girl on the run

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1983

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