Evil Master - This guy's the Big Bad. Commands Invisible Girl to kidnap babies for his evil plan to find a successor. Turns babies into demon cannibal evil babies, when he's not killing them. Throws poison darts. See Weaksauce Weakness below.
Enemy Civil War: A more personal example than most. While Invisible Girl was still employed by the Old Master, it seemed that she had a rivalry with Kau; to the point where when she enters the secret lair, he attacks her from behind. She ends up chopping off one of his fingers for it and continues on her way.
Everything's Better with Spinning - Obviously the case with the flamboyant whirling Wuxia chop-socky, but also Thief Catcher can't seem to let off a single bullet without pirouetting. Also flying motorcycle.
Friend to All Living Things - both Wonder Woman and Invisible Girl have birds land in their hands in different scenes. Both Wonder Woman and Invisible Girl prove to be skilled equestrians. Wonder Woman saves a kitten (yes, a kitten).
Goggles Do Nothing - Subverted then played straight: Thief Catcher uses her goggles when battling mooks, yet leaves them on her brow when driving her motorcycle through explosions.
Gratuitous English - Thief Catcher says "Good morning" to cops and later shouts "Happy New Year!" when attempting to blow up the Evil Master. Obviously, this is not in the dubbed versions.
When Invisible Woman learns that her boyfriend is sick, he types "Don't cry" in English on his computer.
Paper-Thin Disguise - Wonder Woman's mask only covers her forehead, nose, and cheeks. Even then, it's perfectly scultped to her face to the point where people should recognize her if they see her in her civilian identity and then see her as Wonder Woman.
Granted, her husband eventually finds out... through completely different means.
Power Trio - The most obvious time this trope is invoked is the brief fight between Thief Catcher and Invisible Girl right before Wonder Woman breaks it up and straightens them out.
Puppeteer Parasite - The Evil Master does this to Invisible Girl in the climax although it's a much more visible example than most. He never fullys takes control of her, however, due to Heroic Willpower.
Take My Hand - At least three times between Wonder Woman and Invisible Girl
Title Drop - The trio get their name in the last scene.
Training from Hell - All the girls gets this. Since Invisible Girl and Thief Catcher got this from the Evil Master, it's an almost literal example.
Unlucky Childhood Friend - After Invisible Girl left Wonder Woman as a child, she found the Evil Master and was trained alongside Thief Catcher. This time, Thief Catcher was the one who eventually escaped. Invisible Girl wasn't as lucky.
Use Your Head - Thief Catcher does this multiple times in a row against the Evil Master to no avail.
Would Hurt a Child - The Evil Master kills a baby rather randomly. We also get briefly treated to a serial killer who attempts to kill newborns (and fails, luckily enough).
What Happened to the Mouse? - So Wonder Woman and Invisible Girl were trained by an Old Master that wanted them to "fight for justice" and all we see are two flashbacks with no actual mention of even his name.
Why Won't You Die? - Happens with both the Evil Master and Kau. Bad guys in this movie can survive quite a lot.
EXECUTIONERS (aka Heroic Trio II)The sequel to Heroic Trio. Set Twenty Minutes into the Future, Hong Kong has been ravaged by a nuclear explosion. Water is scare and to make matters worse, an Evil Genius named Mr. Kim has taken control of the city's supply. He is using his grip on the city's water in order to control the leaders. The Heroic Trio reform in order to take him down.The movie was released the same year as the Heroic Trio but doesn't seem to be as popular at least amongst American cult fans.
All Amazons Want Hercules - This time around, Chat gets a boyfriend. At first, he is a [The Rival rival]] who goes after her targets. The guy can handle his own against her in a fist fight as well, leading to a romance.
Batman Gambit - Mr. Kim manipulates a Colonel and a spiritual leader in a plot to become president.
Tightrope Walking: One of the main heroines is introduced, running along powerlines, She even does the splits between two of them while throwing knives at a foe.
Unexplained Recovery - Kau is back as an ally, is mute, and possibly deformed. There is little explanation why he has returned, although since he was so hard to kill in the last movie, it makes sense that he was Only Mostly Dead.
Why Won't You Die? - Mr. Kim proves much harder to kill than expected, resulting in Chat saying a variation of this.