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Jackie Chan (writer)
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Release Date:
13 August 1988 (Japan) See more »
The Hong Kong super-cop must stop a group of blackmailing bombers at the same time that the villains of the first Police Story are out for revenge. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
2 wins & 1 nomination See more »
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  (in credits order)

Jackie Chan ... Chan Ka Kui

Maggie Cheung ... May
Kwok-Hung Lam ... Supt. Raymond Li
Bill Tung ... Bill Wong
Keung-Kuen Lai ... Deaf Criminal
John Cheung ... Cheung
Charlie Cho ... John Ko
Yuen Chor ... Mr. Chu
Ben Lam ... Tall Pau
Chi Fai Chan ... Ngor
Shan Kwan ... President Fung
Mars ... Kim
Isabella Wong ... Secretary of President Fung
Ann Mui ... Karen

Siu-Ming Lau ... Senior Police Official
Crystal Kwok ... Policewoman
Elvina Kong ... Stewardess

Michael Man-Kin Chow ... CID Cop
Kenny Ho ... Police Constable
Dennis Chan ... Flustered Merchant
Billy Lau ... Insolent Truck Driver

Ching Wan Lau ... CID Man
Anglie Leung ... Policewoman
Ken Lo ... Fireman
Ma Wu ... Mall Security Guard
Wing-Cho Yip ... Board Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony Carpio ... Cop
Charles Chan
Tat-Kwong Chan ... John's Man
Wah Cheung ... Officer Cheung
Kwok-Wai Gam ... Jimmy
Rocky Lai ... John's man
Kin-sang Lee ... John's man
Pei-ling Lee ... Crazy Fai's girl
Hiu-Sang Pang
Louis Roth ... Police Chief
Yu Shangguan ... Mall Merchant
Chi Wai Tai ... Crazy Fai
Yun-Hui Tai ... Police Interrogator (as Tai Wan-Wai)
Tom Lent ... (voice: English version) (uncredited)

Dina Morrone ... (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Burton Sharp ... Uncle Bill (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Rik Thomas ... Bill Wong / John Ko (voice: English version) (uncredited)

Ping Wu ... Detective Ka Kui Chan (voice: English version) (uncredited)

Directed by
Jackie Chan 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jackie Chan  writer
Edward Tang  writer

Produced by
Raymond Chow .... executive producer
Leonard Ho .... producer
Edward Tang .... associate producer
Edward Tang .... line producer
Original Music by
Yiu-Cho Cheung 
Siu-Tin Lai 
J. Peter Robinson (US New Line Cinema version)
Cinematography by
Yiu-Tsou Cheung 
Film Editing by
Peter Cheung 
Production Design by
Oliver Wong 
Costume Design by
Shirley Chan 
Production Management
Willie Chan .... production supervisor
Bik-Fun Chow .... assistant production manager
Jimmy Law .... production manager
Hin-Ming Tam .... assistant production manager
Sau-Hon Wong .... assistant production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bo-San Lo .... assistant director
Sound Department
Shao Lung Chou .... sound recordist
Craig A. Dellinger .... ADR Editor: english version
Sam Gemette .... sound effects editor (english version)
Tally Paulos .... ADR Editor: english version
John Ross .... sound re-recording mixer
Yu Ting .... dialogue editor
Paul Tinta .... sound assistant: english version
Kuo-Hua Wu .... sound effects editor
Special Effects by
Hau-Chung Chan .... pyrotechnician
Lim Chan .... pyrotechnician: USA unit
Yee Chan .... pyrotechnician
Shui-Wah Chi .... pyrotechnician
Bob Dawson .... pyrotechnician: USA unit
Hon Cheung Lau .... pyrotechnician
Tony Vandenecker .... pyrotechnician: USA unit
Jackie Chan .... stunt coordinator
Tat-Kwong Chan .... stunts
Wah Cheung .... stunts
Rocky Lai .... stunts
Kin-sang Lee .... stunts
Jackie Chan .... stunt actor (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Hon-Chiu Chan .... assistant lighting
Man-Chi Lee .... lighting technician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fok-Choi Cheung .... assistant costume designer
Sheng-Hsi Chu .... wardrobe supervisor (as Shing-Hei Chu)
Fuk-Ying Shing .... wardrobe assistant
Wai-Yin Tam .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Chuen Tak Keung .... assistant editor
Fabian Marquez .... post-production coordinator: english version
Chi-Hong Shek .... assistant editor
Other crew
Catherine Chan .... script supervisor
Chi-Keung Chan .... production advisor
Dang-Sai Chin .... script supervisor
Raymond Chow .... presenter
Paul Clay .... english language director
Kai-Ho Kam .... production assistant
Sarah-Jane King .... Executive in charge of post production: english version
Wah-Chung Lai .... story editor
Hsiu Lin .... story editor
Kang Lin .... production assistant
Winson Lo .... script supervisor (as Do-Shing Law)
Che-Kwan Tang .... continuity
Edward Tang .... planner

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Ging chat goo si 2" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Police Story Part II" - Hong Kong (English title)
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Rated PG-13 for violence, pervasive martial arts action and some nudity
101 min | 98 min (New Line Version) | Japan:122 min (Japan version) | UK:92 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | France:U | Germany:16 (Blu-Ray version) (uncut) | Hong Kong:II | Hungary:16 | Norway:15 (video premiere) | Russia:12+ | Singapore:PG | South Korea:15 (DVD rating) (2004) | South Korea:12 (theatrical rating) (1988) | UK:15 | USA:PG-13 (certificate #36133) | West Germany:16

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Chan hired American pyrotechinics for the explosions in the film.See more »
Continuity: The number of trucks with their headlights on in the opening sequence changes with each different shot.See more »
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
More of the same, unfortunately, 9 June 2007
Author: dee.reid from United States

It's a real shame that 1988's "Police Story 2" is more of the same from star/writer/director Jackie Chan because it could have been even greater than the classic "Police Story" (1985). The greatest of what "Police Story 2" suffers from is an uneven story and lack of trademark Chan fight scenes and stunts. "Police Story 2" has Hong Kong police detective Chan Ka Kui (Chan) busted down to patrolman because of the mall brawl fiasco in the first film. For those expecting an all-out stunt-fest like "Police Story," this first sequel in the series will be a disappointment. Although more character/story-driven (which is a plus for Chan and martial arts movies in general), those who came to see stunts and hard-hitting, slap-happy hand-to-hand combat action will be the ones feeling left-out or cheated. Now as a patrolman, Ka Kui finds himself at the mercy of girlfriend May (Maggie Cheung) and his superiors who are trying to keep him out of trouble. However, because Ka Kui is a Hong Kong super-cop in need of some action, the aforementioned trouble comes in the form of the gangster he locked up in the first film, in addition to more bloodthirsty criminals and a deaf, gonzo, high-kicking toymaker (Benny Lai) who has an aptitude for rigging RC vehicles with things that go BOOM. Like its predecessor, "Police Story 2" does have Chan battling criminals like any movie cop, but with a kung-fu vengeance. The action/fight sequences are few and far between, intermingled with comedic or dramatic scenes of Chan and company sorting through bureaucracy and political red-tape as they try to nab the bad guys, and many of these comedic or dramatic scenes seem to run on as you await the action. Perhaps it's a change for most martial arts movies, but an unneeded change for those accustomed to Chan's usual work. Albeit an entertaining and a conflicted and uneven tale, when it does come to action Chan doesn't disappoint. There are two early fights with hired goons, one in a restaurant and another in the park, and then there is also a truck chase that climaxes with Ka Kui diving into a window. Then there's the ending confrontation between Ka Kui and the criminals, with a deadly kung-fu brawl between him and the Toymaker, who has some pretty lethal moves of his own and proves to be Chan's most skilled opponent. It all ends with a huge display of fireworks.


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