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Disciples of the 36th Chamber



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About the Movie

Whenever acclaimed martial arts film director Liu Chia-liang directs his half-brother Gordon Liu Chia-hui as a Shaolin monk hero, it's guaranteed that the film will not only become a classic but that it will rock the very foundation of martial arts cinematic culture. "Disciples Of The 36th Chamber" is no exception to the rule. Gordon Liu Chia-hui reprises his famed role as Shaolin Monk San Te, the real life Shaolin hero that created the "36th Chamber of Shaolin". In this film, San Te protects other real life Shaolin hero Fang Shih-yu (Hsiao Hou), who seems to enjoy stepping on the wrong Manchu foot at the right time. As always with director Liu Chia-liang, the final fight scene leaves you gawking in wild-eyed wonderment.


Customer Reviews

Impudent Student Comedy

A young student, played by Hsiao Ho, is arrogant about his Kung Fu skills. He gets accepted into the 36th chamber to train under San Te, Gordon Liu, and continues his arrogance in the Temple in this Kung Fu comedy. The fight scenes are up to the Shaw Brothers standard and Gordon Liu is amazing as always but the student character is more annoying than funny.

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