One of Hong Kong's top action directors of all time, Liu Chia-liang makes a mind-numbing directorial debut in The Spiritual Boxer, which not only quickly established Liu as a genius director but also encouraged other martial art choreographers to take up the directing reigns. It was also the debut film of kung-fu comedienne Wang Yu as the main character, who in reality was part of Liu's clan of stars that he personally trained for a film career. Its Ghost buster's meets George C. Scott's The Film-Flam Man as Wang plays a fake ghost catcher who catches more then he bargained for. With this film, Liu is also credited with introducing comedy in to the king-fu genre; the pre-cursor for Jackie Chan's kung fu comedies.
* Trailers: Two Champions of Shaolin and Invincible Shaolin