36th Chamber of Shaolin, The
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36th Chamber of Shaolin, The

General info
Original title: Shao Lin San Shi Liu Fang (少林三十六房)
Country: Hong Kong
Year: 1978
IMDB Rating: 7.9 4015 votes
Plot: The anti-Ching patriots, under the guidance of Ho Kuang-han, have secretly set up their base in Canton, disguised as school masters. During a brutal Manchu attack, Lui manages to escape and devotes himself to learning the martial arts in order to seek revenge. In a short period of time he masters the deadly use of his fists, feet and palms, along with such weapons as swords, sticks, and lances. With his learning complete, he takes on the Manchus.
Movie info
Language: Mandarin
Colormode: Color
Running time: 115

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Tags: 36th Chamber of Shaolin, Shao Lin San Shi Liu Fang, 1978, Hong Kong movies, Action movies, Adventure movies, Drama movies, Thriller movies, asian movies

Featured reviews for

36th Chamber of Shaolin, The
(overall rating: 4.2 out of 5 based on 2 reviews)
LoveHKFilm.com, by Sanjuro source: http://www.lovehkfilm.com/reviews/36th_chamber.htm
«Widely considered to be one of the greatest martial arts movies ever made, The 36th Chamber of the Shaolin remains a definite must-see film for fans of the genre. Thanks to an intriguing premise, inventive choreography by Lau Kar-Leung, and a star-making turn by lead actor Gordon Liu, this film still retains the ability to hook new viewers even after all these years. Simply put, I liked it.»
DVD Verdict source: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/36thchambershaolin.php
«Like many people, I've certainly heard of The 36th Chamber of Shaolin. It's one of the most acclaimed martial arts film in history, and a high point in the golden age of Hong Kong action films. Also like many people, I've never actually gotten around to watching it, though, thanks to my aversion to cheap gray-market dubbed versions of foreign films. Well, the wait is over, martial arts fans. The 36th Chamber of Shaolin is indeed great, and we now have the kick-ass disc to prove it.»
KFCCinema review, by Janick Neveu source: http://web.archive.org/web/20071017190618/kfccinema.com/reviews/kungfu~~~er.html
«If the story is so simple and the characters unexceptional, what makes that movie so memorable? Well, it is quite obvious that the action scenes are an important aspect, but I really think that it has much more to do with the great mixture of elements. Of course, as a kung fu movie, the fighting is very well executed with long camera shots and great choreographies. The fights are realistic, energetic, and very entertaining. A great spectacle that will please all kung fu fans for sure. However, even if the fights are of excellent quality, the training sequence steals the show. 36th Chambers is the ultimate training Kung Fu movie.»

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Persons

Filmmakers

Liu, Chia-LiangLIU Chia-Liang
director
NI Kuang
writer
CHEN Yung-Yu
composer
Shaw Brothers
studio
Persons

Cast

Liu, Chia HuiLIU Chia Hui
as San Te
LO Lieh
as General Tien
LIU Chia Yung
as General Yin
CHU Norman
as Liu Tsai (as Hsu Shao-Chiang)
YU Yang
CHEUNG John
TONG Wilson
WU Hang-Sheng
CHAN Billy
as Ming official
Ai, Tung-KuaAI Tung-Kua
Chan, LungCHAN Lung
as Monk
CHAN Shen
as Wrist Room monk
CHEN Szu Chia
CHEUNG Wah
CHIANG Nan
CHIN Yuet Sang
CHIANG Han
SAN Alan Chui Chung
Fung, Ging ManFUNG Ging Man
HON Kwok Choi
Hsiao, HouHSIAO Hou
as Monk
Ho, Li JenHO Li Jen
as Abbot in charge of Top chamber
HUA Lun
Lee, Hoi SanLEE Hoi San
as Senior Monk
LIN Ke Ming
SHEN Lao
WAI Austin
WAN Fat
Wang, Ching HoWANG Ching Ho
WANG Han Chen
WEI Hung
WONG Yue
as Old Millet (as Yu Wang)
Yuen, Siu TienYUEN Siu Tien
as Teacher



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