In 1977, the La Wah Film Company produced what would be realized by fans of martial arts films worldwide, as a pure classic film of the genre. The movie of course is “The Invincible Armour”, or sometimes just referred to as, “Invincible Armour”. This movis was directed by Ng See-Yuen, who in his career, churned out about a handful of films that would be deemed classics as well. The film starred Korean martial arts superstar Hwang Jang Lee as a role he often plays to perfection, which is the villain, more significantly in this role, as the ‘Silver Fox’. This movie also features the talents of John Liu, Tino Wong and Lee Hoi-sang. With top action choreographers, Cory Yuen and Yuen Biao.
6 oz. 100% Cotton Tubular Jersey. Double-needle bottom hem and sleeves. Shoulder-to-shoulder tape. Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage. All ’36 Styles’ shirts come branded with a tagless neck label, which contains shirt size, wash instructions, and logo.
This design features 4 characters from the film, with the 2 larger being the Silver Foxes, one played by Hwang Jang Lee and the other by Phillip Ko Fei. Then there are the 2 smaller images, one of John Liu and the other Tino Wong. This is the first design to feature the 36 Styles shield logo as its backdrop, with a smaller 36 Styles logo located at the bottom center of the design. This is a 2 color design in black and white, the design itself measures in at 13″ inches in width and 16.92″ inches in height.
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Invincible Armour - Shield [T-Shirt] 6 oz. 100% Cotton Tee. 2 color design in black and white. Professionally screen printed. The design has a very soft hand feel to it. Price: $24.00
If you've seen the 1978 film, 'The 7 Grandmasters', then you've heard this song which plays at the very start of the film. This song was taken from the 1977 album by Quincy Jones, "Roots - The Saga of an American Family". The song is the second track on the album and is titled, "Roots Mural Theme". This song can also be heard on films such as Snuff Bottle Connection, Duel of the 7 Tigers, Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin, etc.