Most Popular Fu Liang Chou Trailers
Total trailers found: 21
Drunken Master Trailer (1978)
05 October 1978
Jackie Chan stars as Wong Fei-Hung, whose mischievous antics land him in hot water. Having tolerated enough of his son's mishaps, Fei-Hung's dad enlists his sadistic uncle, who specializes in drunken-style kung fu, to teach the lad some discipline.
01 March 1978
Everyone abuses and humiliates a downtrodden orphan (Chan) until he befriends an old man, who turns out to be the last master of the "snake fist" fighting style.
The Heroine Trailer (1973)
26 April 1973
Incriminating evidence against a gang is left in a cab when a gang member dies in it. The gang chases the innocent cab driver, who receives help from the dead gangster's sister - a tough police woman.
Hero of the Wild Trailer (1977)
01 January 1977
A regional champion martial artist that moonlights as an honour-bound assassin, Tu Ta Shen, solidifies his reputation by challenging top fighters en route to the other champion, Nan Pa Tien, in order to unify both titles.
03 January 1980
Ah Chi (Ka-Yan Leung) is obsessed with the martial arts and, more often than not, his kung-fu clowning gets him into trouble.
Fist of Fury 3 Trailer (1979)
04 May 1979
After avenging the death of his brother, Chen Shen (Bruce Li) returns home from Shanghai. He tells his mother (who went blind from crying over her son's death) that he will no longer fight.
A Queen's Ransom Trailer (1976)
16 September 1976
A Hong Kong mobster's sister is working with authorities on their investigation into her own brother's plot to assassinate the Queen.
The Screaming Tiger Trailer (1973)
01 January 1973
Rare was the film in 1973 that incorporated the star's name in the title. One of the few such films was Screaming Ninja, aka Wang Yu, King of Boxing.
01 January 1977
The High Abbot of Shaolin Temple sends the Ten Brothers, newly finished with their Shaolin training, as escorts to one Master Chu.
The Rescue Trailer (1971)
24 September 1971
Renowned writer Shen Chiang had become so popular for his scripts that the studio let him direct as well.
Hong Kong Emmanuelle Trailer (1977)
14 April 1977
Fifi, young and pretty, nearly breaks up a marriage but loses out to the wife in the end.
The Black Enforcer Trailer (1972)
28 January 1972
99 Cycling Swords Trailer (1977)
01 January 1977
Sensing a rebellion is brewing in the small town of Lang Wei Village, the Manchu warlords command the village magistrate to hunt down the rebels.
12 May 1979
Part of the Wu Tang Chess Boxing Collection, Seven Commandments stars Li Yi Min as the protege of Chang Yi, who teaches him the seven commandments of combat.
The Love Auction Trailer (1970)
01 January 1970
Lily Under the Gun Trailer (1982)
01 January 1982
In a valiant attempt to rescue her younger brother, a young woman goes head to head with a group of ruthless gangsters.
31 July 1981
The Guy with Secret Kung Fu stars Meng Fei and Li Chung Chien as two anti-Qing rebels and kung fu fighters who frequently rescue damsels in distress, including one memorable boat fight at the very beginning of the film.
The Seven Coffins Trailer (1975)
10 April 1975
Hsiao Tsui is the most beautiful girl in a prosperous prostitution house in a North China town. But every client of hers is chased and scared by ghosts.
Star Wonderfun Trailer (1976)
02 June 1976
Hong Kong comedy film.
30 May 1975
The sequel to John Lo Mar and Chang Yang's original film finds the naive village immigrant, Ah Niu (Yeh Feng) leaving jail to work and live with his crooked Uncle Chou (Wang Sha) again.
Morning Goodbye! Trailer (1973)
29 December 1973
Mandarin movie about the romance of a nightclub entertainer and a company executive.