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The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, also known as The Master Killer, Shaolin Master Killer and Shao Lin San Shi Liu Fang, is a 1978 Hong Kong kung fu film directed by Liu Chia-liang and produced by Shaw Brothers, starring Gordon Liu. The film follows a highly fictionalized version of San Te, ...
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Except for the beginning of SHAOLIN MASTER KILLER, where action fans may become restless, Liu Chia Liang produces one engrossing period film that is far more than just a Kung Fu movie. Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1 Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Mono
There he learns to become a master of Shaolin Kung Fu. Filled with some of the most exciting training sequences ever committed to film and under the direction of Lau Kar Leung, director of Jackie Chan's Drunken Master 2, Shaolin Master Killer brings martial arms film making to a new level.
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, also known as The Master Killer, Shaolin Master Killer and Shao Lin San Shi Liu Fang, is a 1978 Hong Kong kung fu film directed ...
"No," Master Killer replies, "ethics has taught us to be loyal (another Confucian term) to our loved ones, so we must get revenge. If either of us survive we MUST make it to Shaolin, learn martial arts, and get revenge!"
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Masta Killa gets his name from the 1978 kung fu movie Shaolin Master Killer, also known as the 36th Chamber of Shaolin. He is often referred to as Jamel Irief. He is often referred to as Jamel Irief. 
Chia-Liang Liu is nothing less than the best fight choreographer ever to work in the Hong Kong film industry. After cutting his teeth as the martial arts director for many on Chang Cheh's best films, he made the move to the director's chair, bringing his unparalleled kinetic sense with him...