In feudal China, restaurant worker Angela Mao serves up some tasty chops─and quite a few kicks─as she tries and her fellow waitresses try to keep a valuable map out of the hands of warlord Tien Feng in "The Fate of Lee Khan" (1973). Next, "Shaolin Boxers" (1974) aren't what monks wear under their robes; they're martial arts academy students who fight to help villagers get rid of corrupt crooks. James Tien and Lee Tin-Ying star. John Woo made his feature directorial debut with "The Young Dragons" (1974), an action-filled tale of international arms smugglers and undercover cops, all of whom seem to prefer using their fists to guns when push comes to shove. And when a ruthless ruler seeks to add the Shaolin fighting manual to his ill-gotten library, it's some to the monks to keep him away from the tome. Sammo Hung and Casanova Wong star in "The Shaolin Plot" (1977). 6 1/3 hrs. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: Mandarin Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English. In Mandarin with English subtitles.