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Qi ji (1989) Poster

(1989)

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According to Jackie Chan's autobiography, of all the movies he's ever made, this is his favorite.
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According to Jackie Chan's autobiography, the film took 9 months to shoot and ended up costing over US$9 million, a staggering amount for a Hong Kong film at the time. The film bombed at the box office and the studio, Golden Harvest, was not happy. So in an attempt to recoup some box office, Chan made the globe trotting adventure Armour of God II: Operation Condor (Fei Ying Gwai Wak).
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A typhoon destroyed many of the sets of the film. The crew had to rebuild to finish the production.
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According to Bey Logan's audio commentary on the Region 2 DVD released by Hong Kong Legends, Edward Tang introduced Chan to Frank Capra's film Pocketful of Miracles (1961). After seeing it, Chan was influenced to produce a film with a 1930s setting.
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'Jackie Chan (I)' and composer Siu-Tin Lai's last collaboration.
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The film was taped from December 1988 to March 1989.
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Jackie Chan sustained an injury, a deep cut over his left eye, whilst performing a stunt in which he flipped backwards onto a rickshaw.
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Siu-Tin Lai: composer and actor appeared as Felon in Police Station.
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