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He nan Song shan Shao Lin Si (1981)

A Ming princess and her faithful bodyguard are chased to Shaolin Temple by the Ching army.




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Credited cast:
Chien-Chang Chen ...
Si Lin (as Kin Cheung Chen)
Chien-Ho Chen ...
(as Lin Woo Chen)
Chien-Hsu Chen ...
(as Kin Yok Chen)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chen-Huan Chang ...
Lung Yi's blood brother (as Hsao Fai Lung)
Chi Ping Chang
Shan Chang ...
General Wong (as San Shan)
Yi Kuei Chang
Chia Kai Chen ...
(as Kar Hoi Chen)
Ching Cheng
Nan Chiang ...
(as Nam Kong)
Han Chang Hu
Kuan-Hsien Huang
Chin Kuang Li ...
(as Kam Kong Le)
Hai Hsing Li
Li-Chun Liao


At the rise of the Ching Dynasty, a Ming Princess is saved from capture by a loyal officer, Si Lin, who takes her to Shaolin Temple for protection. But the Ching General, Wong, pursues them there. Wong is a master of drunken boxing, and to confront him Si Lin must learn the style from a Shaolin monk who once befriended Wong. Finally, Wong, tired of playing cat-and-mouse with the monks, assaults the Temple with his army in a pitched battle.... Written by winner55

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Release Date:

1981 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Saolinski tempelj vraca udarec  »

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2.35 : 1
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great fun
30 March 2011 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

Another Ching-vs-Shaolin conflict film, this one has a young princess sheltered at the temple with a dedicated soldier to protect her, and a slew of earnest monks to teach him their special kung-fu styles.

One of the most out-right fun martial arts pics of its era. The heroes are all bold determination and wide-eyed wonder, the monks perform with wit and energy - even the villainous general has an attractive side to him, an undeniable charm. The pace is furious and the martial arts action never lets up - it's by Joseph Kuo, one of the legendary non-Shaw directors of the 'chop-socky' era, who really knew how to work Buddhist themes into his films.

Particularly love the interpretation of drunken boxing in this film. Highly recommended.

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