Shaolin Wooden Men
Shaolin Wooden Men (Shao Lin mu ren xiang) is a 1976 Hong Kong action film directed by Chen Chi-Hwa and starring Jackie Chan. It was made at Lo Wei's studio at Golden Harvest, during the post-Bruce Lee era.
Little Mute (Jackie Chan) is a new Shaolin student who is mute. He struggles to keep up with the other students and to complete the grueling tasks assigned to him by his instructor. He is haunted by the memory of his father's murder at the hands of a masked bandit who was skilled in martial arts.