Seeking a new place to call home, former Confederate soldier Ben Lassiter (Victor Mature) and his daughter meet Beth (Elaine Stewart), whose fiancé is a Union soldier. Lassiter falls for Beth, and when Indians attack, they head to a cavalry camp where Lassiter must battle the Indians as well as Beth's fiancé.
A pair of nightclub owners run a string of escort bureaus where men pay for the "companionship" of young women. The district attorney sends an undercover agent to infiltrate the bureaus.
Starting out as a simpering, pouting pretty girl, Pearl Cheung turns into a sword demon killing any who come even close. The scene where she holds a sort of funeral for her dead master (in a bamboo box) and kills everyone in the room is worth watching for. The dead master even manages to blink!
When a hip-hop promoter is bailed out of a hefty debt by a club owner, he becomes one of her call boys and nearly loses his life in the process.
The sex appeal factor shoots skyhigh here with Ting playing Susan, a young woman hiding from her father by being a nightclub singer in Japan. Pop singer Chao Ke-jen (the handsome Lin Chong) gets permission from his boss to visit Japan – but only on condition he finds the boss’s daughter. Boy finds girl, boy falls in love. But will Daddy approve?
During the South Sung Dynasty, rampant with corruption and murder the peasants led a very difficult life. Lords controlled the countryside, continuously fighting for power. This film depicts these brutal realities of China during this time, and how one man's integrity and pride is never compromised.