SHAOLIN TEMPLE

Chang Cheh, Hong Kong, 1976, Celestial

“SHAOLIN TEMPLE can be seen as a melting pot of the Shaw Brothers’ acting stable. There’s David Chiang, Ti Lung, and Wang Chung representing the late-’60s/early-’70s era. There’s Fu Sheng and Chi Kuan-Chun representing the mid-’70s...Kuo Choi, Chiang Sheng, and Lu Feng of the Venoms crew representing the late-’70s/early’-80s. Then there’s Wang Lung-Wei, who was a constant villain throughout all of the eras. Chang Cheh juggles all of these acting groups very well. The movie details the final days of the Shaolin Temple, as Manchu bastards plot its destruction…” (JJ Bona, City On Fire)

@2000 CELESTIAL PICTURES LTD. ALL RIGHT RESERVED

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Details

  • 116 min.
  • Color
  • 2.35:1

Formats

  • DCP
  • Blu-ray

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