Triple-bill of classic 1970s Hong Kong martial arts action. In 'Shaolin Death Squad' (1979), the Ming dynasty is threatened by a plot involving the evil Manchus. Fortunately the Shaolin disciples are on hand to protect the King with their incomparable martial arts styles. In 'Shaolin Brothers' (1976), two former Shaolin disciples, who have been friends and comrades for a decade, find themselves at odds when one departs to serve his family of Manchurian nobles, and when the Shaolin disciples must fight off a vast Manchu army. Finally, 'Shaolin Kung Fu' (1972) follows a humble rickshaw driver who is bullied by a gang of local thugs, but who has sworn to his mother that he will not use violence to solve his problems. But when his sister is brutally raped, he doesn't hesitate in unleashing his kung fu skills to seek vengeance.