Cinema Hong Kong: Kung Fu Trailer

Cinema Hong Kong: Kung Fu Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003 Factual 47 mins

Featuring clips of legendary martial-arts movies including Lau Ka Leung's "Heroes Two" and "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin", Jackie Chan's "Drunken Master", Jet Li's "Once Upon A Time In China" and Chang Cheh's "The Five Venoms". The series traces back to the early heydays of martial-arts movies on screen. Interviews with Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Sammo Hung, Lau Ka Leung and Gordon Lau Ka Fai depict the development of Kung Fu films.

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Jackie Chan

as Himself

Cheng Pei-pei

as Herself

David Chiang

as Himself

Chor Yuen

as Himself

Dr. Ng Ho

as Himself

Kara Hui

as Herself (as Wai Ying Hung)

Sammo Hung

as Himself

Bruce Lee

as (footage)

Ting Leung

as Himself

Jet Li

as Himself

Gordon Liu Chia-Hui

as Himself (as Ka Fai Lau)

Liu Chia-Liang

as Himself (as Lau Kar Leung)

Jim Nicholson

as Narrator (voice)

Run Run Shaw

as Himself (footage)

Shih Kien

as Himself

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 01 January 2003

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