Three classic slices of kung fu action. 'The Bloody Fists' (1969) portrays a brutal confrontation between Japanese and Chinese martial artists - with Chang Sing starring as the only man tough enough to meet the challenge. Bolo Yeung stars in 'Kung Fu of Tai Kwan Do' (1976), which is set during the ravages of World War II as the Japanese and Chinese armies fight it out during one of the most brutal battles the world has ever seen - with Yeung delivering his trademark moves throughout. In 'Crack Shadow Boxers' (1979), a pair of wandering vagabonds must protect the inhabitants of a small village from the onslaught of relentless bandits. Using their unique Kung Fu skills - known as Interlink Flying Kicks, Shadow Boxing, and Buffalo Strokes - the two wanderers are the villagers' only defence against the notorious Tiger Gang.