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Two twins are separated at birth, one becoming a streetwise mechanic and the other an acclaimed classical concert conductor. Finally meeting in adulthood they each become mistaken for the other and entangled in each other's world. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Jackie Chan ... Ma Yau / Die Hard

Maggie Cheung ... Barbara

Teddy Robin Kwan ... Tarzan (Tyson in US Version) (as Teddy Robin)

James Wong ... Mr. Ma - Twins' Father
Sylvia Chang ... Mrs. Ma (Twins' Mother)

Kirk Wong ... Crazy Bull
David Chiang ... Sgt. Chiang / Hotel security (as John Keung)
Mabel Cheung ... Tsui
Alfred Cheung ... Boss Yung
Lung Wei Wang ... Wai
Anthony Chan ... Hotel concierge
Nina Li Chi ... Tammy

Chi Leung 'Jacob' Cheung ... Cafe cashier
David Wu ... Cafe waiter
Philip Chan ... Hotel Manager Chen
Chia-Liang Liu ... Doctor
Shan Pa ... Thug
Gordon Chan ... Violinist
Yuen Chor ... Uncle Tang (Tong Sum's Father)
Jamie Luk ... Frankie Lo / Rocky
Guy Lai ... Advisor Tsao (as Lai Ying Chow)

Eric Tsang ... Man on the Phone
Wei Tung ... White van driver

Hark Tsui ... Card player
Ringo Lam ... Card player
See-Yuen Ng ... Card player (as Ng Sze Yuen)

John Woo ... Priest (as John Wu)
Siu Ming Tsui ... Priest
Tung Cho 'Joe' Cheung ... Orchestra Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Peter Ho-Sun Chan (as Peter Chan)
Ricky Chan
Sai-Tang Chan
Tat-Kwong Chan
Kuen Cheung
Wah Cheung
Andy Wing-Keung Chin
Eddie Fong
Hark-On Fung
Yi Ching Fung (as Allan Fung)
James Jim-Si Ha
Keung-Kuen Lai
David Lam
Clara Law
Chi-Ngai Lee
Raymond Lee
Angela Mak
Tai Kit Mak
Sing-Pui O ... Birthday Party Guest
Yueming Shen
Francis Sung
Roman Tam
Terry Tong
Anthony Carpio ... Thug (uncredited)
Dennis Chan ... Man with Boat (uncredited)

Siu-Tung Ching ... (uncredited)
Clifton Ko ... Clerk in Sports Section (uncredited)
Rocky Lai ... Gangster in speed boat (uncredited)
Chris Li ... Thug (uncredited)
Chung Chi Li ... Thug (uncredited)
Chia Yung Liu ... (uncredited)
Mars ... Goon (uncredited)
James McKenzie ... Piano Judge (uncredited)
Bob Papenbrook ... Crazy Kung (voice) (uncredited)
Kirk Thornton ... Boss Wing (voice) (uncredited)
Jing Wong ... Supernatural Doctor (uncredited)
Wing-Cho Yip ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Ringo Lam 
Hark Tsui 
Writing credits
Barry Wong  and
Hark Tsui  and
Tung Cho 'Joe' Cheung  (as Cheung Tung Jo) and
Yik Wong 

Val Kuklowsky (english adaptation) &
Rod Dean (english adaptation)

Produced by
Teddy Robin Kwan .... producer
Sai-Kuen Law .... line producer
See-Yuen Ng .... executive producer
Original Music by
Lowell Lo 
Barrington Pheloung  (as Phe Loung)
Michael Wandmacher (1999)
Cinematography by
Arthur Wong  (as Ngok-Tai Wong)
Wing-Hang Wong 
Film Editing by
Marco Mak  (as Chi-Sin Mak)
Art Direction by
Chun Fai Lam 
Chon Hung Lun 
Costume Design by
Che Leung Chong 
Production Management
Lloyd Chao .... post-production supervisor (international version)
Sarry Sio .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shui Fan Kam .... assistant director
Catherine Lau .... assistant director (as Kar Wei Lau)
Lo Po-Shan .... assistant director (as Bo-San Lo)
Shao-Kuan Wen .... assistant director (as Shui Kuen Wan)
Art Department
Kwok Choi Kung .... assistant art director
Wai-Cheong Lee .... props
Ching-Mau Ng .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Man-Chit Cheng .... sound mixer
Siu-Lung Ching .... sound effects editor
Kim B. Christensen .... sound designer (1999 re-edit)
Kim B. Christensen .... sound recordist (1999 re-edit)
Gary Coppola .... sound re-recording mixer (1999 re-edit)
Rod Dean .... dubbing director: English (1999 re-edit)
Erick Jolley .... sound editor (1999 re-edit)
Scott Koué .... sound editor (1999 re-edit)
Val Kuklowsky .... sound supervisor (1999 re-edit)
Kwong Wah Tsang .... sound mixer
Garry Ulmer .... sound re-recording mixer (1999 re-edit)
Special Effects by
Bruce Law .... special effects coordinator
Anthony Carpio .... stunts
Jackie Chan .... stunt choreographer
Wah Cheung .... stunts
Siu-Tung Ching .... stunt choreographer
Keung-Kuen Lai .... stunts (as Benny Lai)
Rocky Lai .... stunts
Bruce Law .... car stunts
Kin-sang Lee .... stunt choreographer (as Chris Lee)
Siu-Hung Leung .... stunt choreographer
Chung Chi Li .... stunts
Siu Ming Tsui .... stunt choreographer
Wei Tung .... stunt choreographer
Woo-Ping Yuen .... stunt coordinator
Jackie Chan .... stunt actor (uncredited)
Mars .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Kwok Hung Chan .... assistant camera: second unit
Lam Chau .... gaffer
Yiu-Tso Chau .... still photographer
Man Po Cheung .... assistant camera (as Man-Bo Cheung)
Tak-Cheung Hui .... assistant gaffer
Wai-Keung Lau .... assistant camera: second unit
Sai-Ming Tang .... assistant lighting
Kim-Kit Wai .... gaffer
Chi Ming Wong .... assistant gaffer
Wai-Chuen Wong .... assistant lighting
Jan-Wah Yuen .... assistant camera
Editorial Department
Rod Dean .... editorial consultant
Rod Lean .... editorial consultant
Music Department
Tim Simonec .... orchestrator: new score
Dan Wallin .... music scoring mixer: new score 1999 (uncredited)
Other crew
Tung Cho 'Joe' Cheung .... planner
David Chiang .... planner (as John Chiang)
Rod Dean .... adaptor: English
Si-Man Fung .... production accountant
Yun-Chuen Geung .... production assistant
Siu Wai Kwok .... script supervisor
Kan Chung La .... tea lady
Wun Leung .... tea lady
Ngan-Ying Ma .... production accountant
River Shing .... story editor (as Chiu-Hong Shing)
Tang Wing Tzi .... crew member

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Seong lung wui" - Hong Kong (original title)
"The Twin Dragons" - Hong Kong (English title), International (English title) (imdb display title)
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Rated PG-13 for some shootings, non-stop martial arts violence, and sensuality
104 min | USA:89 min (1999) | 85 min (dubbed version) (UK version)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
SDDS (US version) | Mono (original release) | Dolby Digital (US version)
Canada:14A (Alberta) (1999) | Canada:PG (British Columbia/Manitoba) (1999) | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) (1999) | Canada:G (Quebec) (1993) | Canada:PG (Ontario) (1992) (1999) | Germany:16 | Norway:15 (video premiere) | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Spain:13 | UK:12 | USA:PG-13
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Did You Know?

Cameo: [Gordon Chan]Violinist.See more »
Continuity: The screen of the television set used in the first fight against the gang, is smashed/intact between shots.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Rocky (1976)See more »
Overture: Ruslan and LyudmilaSee more »


What are the differences between the US/UK Version and the Original HongKong Version?
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
It's both action-packed and funny!!, 28 July 1999
Author: Karthik Abhiram from India

"Twin Dragons" is both a funny and action packed movie. Two twins are separated at birth. One learns to take care of himself after living on the streets... the other becomes a talented musician.

Hilarious complications ensue when one is mistaken for the other...

This is a very entertaining movie. Jackie Chan excels in both roles- and the martial arts (especially in the last scenes) are incredible. There is also a lot of brilliantly timed comedy. Even the music score is excellent.

Watch for brief appearances by many of Hong Kong's top directors- Kirk Wong (director of "The Big Hit" and "Crime Story") as "Crazy Kung", John Woo ("The Killer" "A Better Tomorrow" are two of his best movies) as a priest... Tsui Hark's scene is especially funny. Lau Ka Leung (director of "Drunken Master II") and Ringo Lam also appear.

Don't miss this movie.

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