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Director:
Writers:
Edward Tang (screenplay) &
Man-Ming Tong (screenplay) ...
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Release Date:
20 October 2000 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Old wine in a new bottle See more »
Plot:
A young martial artist is caught between respecting his pacifist father's wishes or stopping a group of disrespectful foreigners from stealing precious artifacts. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
3 wins & 1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
A martial arts' classic See more (141 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Jackie Chan ... Wong Fei-hung
Lung Ti ... Wong Kei-ying, Wong's Father

Anita Mui ... Ling - Wong's Step-Mother
Felix Wong ... Tsang
Chia-Liang Liu ... Master Fu Wen-Chi (as Lau Kar-Leung)
Ken Lo ... John (as Low Houi Kang)
Kar Lok Chin ... Fo Sang (as Chin Ka Lok)

Ho-Sung Pak ... Henry
Chi-Kwong Cheung ... Tso (as Tseung Chi Kwong)
Yi-Sheng Han ... Uncle Hing (as Hon Yee Sang)

Andy Lau ... Counter Intelligence Officer
Wing-Fong Ho ... Fun (as Ho Wing Fong)
Chia Yung Liu ... Marlon (as Kar Yung Lau)

Siu-Ming Lau ... Mr. Chiu
Suki Kwan ... Chiu's Wife

Yvonne Hung Yung ... Lady in Coffee Shop #1 (as Evonne Yung)
Wai Yee Chan ... Lady in Coffee Shop #2 (as Chan Wai Yee)
Shing Wong ... Larry
Kwok Kuen Chan ... Curly
Po Tai ... Moe (as Tai Bo)
Gei Ying Chan ... Lily
Fong Pao ... Cook
Chun Chau Ha ... Senior in Restaurant #1
Wah Lung Szema ... Senior in Restaurant #2
Yan Pak ... Mrs. Chan
Louis Roth ... British Consul (as Louis C. Roth)
Therese Renee ... Terese
Mark Houghton ... Smith

Vincent Tuataane ... Bruno
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Max Alexander ... (voice)
Keith Anthony ... (voice)

Stephen Apostolina ... (voice)
Kirk Baily ... (voice)

Mark Brady ... (voice)
Steve Bulen ... Wong Kei-ying (voice)

Richard Cansino ... (voice)
Ying Cao ... Maid
Steve Cassling ... (voice)
Marc Copage ... (voice)

Neil Dickson ... (voice)
Mary Ellen Dunbar ... (voice)
Jackie Gonneau ... (voice)

Nicholas Guest ... (voice)
Bridget Hoffman ... Ling (voice)
Tom Kramer ... (voice)

Dan Martin ... (voice) (as Dan Lorge)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... (voice)
Edie Mirman ... (voice)
Gracie Moore ... (voice)

Paul Pape ... (voice)
Bob Papenbrook ... (voice)
Steve Pinto ... (voice)
Tony Pope ... (voice)
Michael Sorich ... (voice)
Matt Vesic ... (voice)
Tuan Wai-Lun
Anthony Carpio ... Thug (uncredited)
Man-Ching Chan ... Thug (uncredited)
Tat-Kwong Chan ... Thug (uncredited)
Wah Cheung ... Thug (uncredited)
Wan Faat ... Factory Worker (uncredited)
Hsia Hsu ... Axe Gang Leader (uncredited)
Mark King ... Mr. Swire (uncredited)
Rocky Lai ... Thug (uncredited)
Kin-sang Lee ... Thug (uncredited)
Chung Chi Li ... Thug (uncredited)
Mars ... Thug / Spectator (uncredited)
Burton Sharp ... General (voice) (uncredited)
William Tuen ... Erhu Player (uncredited)
Bill Tung ... General (uncredited)
Gabriel Wong ... (uncredited)
Ming-Sing Wong ... Thief (uncredited)
Mo Yuen ... Thug (uncredited)

Directed by
Chia-Liang Liu 
 
Writing credits
Edward Tang (screenplay) &
Man-Ming Tong (screenplay) &
Gai Chi Yuen (screenplay) (as Kai-Chi Yun)

Rod Dean  english adaptation

Produced by
Leonard Ho .... executive producer
Edward Tang .... producer
Eric Tsang .... producer
Barbie Tung .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Wandmacher (international version)
Wai Lap Wu 
 
Cinematography by
Tony Cheung  (as Tong-Leung Chung)
Yiu-Tsou Cheung 
Wen Yun Huang 
Jingle Ma 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Cheung 
 
Production Design by
Chong-Sing Ho 
Eddie Ma 
 
Art Direction by
Kim-Sing Ho 
Eddie Ma 
 
Costume Design by
Tin-kiu Ching 
Sukie Yip 
 
Production Management
Kelly Wai-yeun Chan .... production manager
Suk-Yee Cheung .... production manager
Yuet-Jan Hui .... production manager
Kit Keung Ng .... production manager
Wai Sum Shia .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kam-Lik Fong .... assistant director
Yiu-Wing Kwan .... assistant director
Ke Ming Lin .... assistant director (as Hark Ming Lam)
Fat Wan .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Yiu-Kwong But .... set designer
Kang Chu .... art director: Kaiping unit
Wancai Guo .... props
Chieh-Fu Ho .... property master
Jixian Li .... art director: Shanghai unit
Jing-Ping Liu .... special props
Hsi-jen Yang .... property master
 
Sound Department
Joe Barnett .... sound re-recording mixer (2000 re-mix)
Kim B. Christensen .... sound designer
Erick Jolley .... sound editor
Sean Keegan .... foley mixer
Scott Koué .... sound editor (2000 re-edit)
Val Kuklowsky .... sound mixer
Yuri Reese .... sound re-recording mixer
Yu Ting .... dialogue editor
Kuo-Hua Wu .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Bruce Law .... special effects
 
Stunts
Anthony Carpio .... stunts
Jackie Chan .... stunt coordinator
Man-Ching Chan .... assistant stunt coordinator
Man-Ching Chan .... stunt performer
Tak-Kwong Chan .... stunt performer
Tat-Kwong Chan .... stunts
Wah Cheung .... stunts
Keung-Kuen Lai .... stunt performer
Rocky Lai .... stunts
Sing Kwong Lai .... stunt performer
Bruce Law .... stunt coordinator: fire sequences and body burns
Bruce Law .... stunts
Chung Chi Li .... stunt performer
Hsiao Sung Liang .... stunt performer
Chia Yung Liu .... stunt performer
Mars .... stunt performer (as Fo Sing)
Tak-Wing Tang .... stunt performer
Kuo-Chiang Tsai .... stunt performer
Chi Ming Wong .... stunt performer
Ming-Sing Wong .... stunt performer
San-Kwan Wong .... stunt performer
Wai-Fai Wong .... stunt performer
Mo Yuen .... stunt performer (as Mo-Chow Yuen)
Jackie Chan .... stunt actor (uncredited)
Rocky Lai .... assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Ken Lo .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Chung-Ying Chan .... assistant camera
Chengfu Huang .... lighting technician
Yiu-Fai Lai .... assistant camera
Ho-Man Lau .... assistant lighting
Man-Chi Lee .... lighting technician
Man-Fai Ng .... lighting technician
Albert Sum .... lighting technician
Man-Hing Wong .... assistant camera
Sun-Ping Wong .... assistant lighting
Ho-Chung Yiu .... still photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tin Mei Ching .... costume assistant
Ying LIU .... costume supervisor
Fuk-Ying Shing .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Rod Dean .... editorial consultant
 
Other crew
Jackie Chan .... martial arts choreographer
Wing-Kam Chan .... story editor
Rod Dean .... adaptor: English
Rod Dean .... dubbing director
Wai-Hung Law .... production assistant
Siu-Hung Leung .... martial arts crew
Chia Yung Liu .... martial arts crew (as Lau Kar Wing)
Chia-Liang Liu .... martial arts choreographer (as Lau Kar-Leung)
Wei Ma .... martial arts coordinator
Mars .... assistant action director
Tak-Wing Tang .... martial arts crew
Chi Wang .... martial arts coordinator
Yu-Chung Wong .... continuity
Max Yip .... continuity
Wai-Keung Yip .... script supervisor
Yuk-Jeh .... tea lady
Mark Houghton .... assistant martial arts choreographer (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Jui kuen II" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Drunken Master II" - Hong Kong (English title)
"Legend of the Drunken Master" - USA
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MPAA:
Rated R for violent content
Runtime:
102 min
Country:
Language:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
SDDS (US version) | Mono (original version) | Dolby Digital (US version) | DTS (US version)
Certification:
Australia:M | Canada:14A | Canada:G (Quebec) | Finland:K-15 | Germany:16 | Norway:15 (video premiere) | Philippines:PG-13 | Singapore:PG | Singapore:PG13 (TV rating) | South Korea:15 | UK:12 | USA:R (certificate #37367)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Jackie Chan is only nine years older than Anita Mui who plays his Step-Mother.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: When Fei-Hung's mother offers something to the customer who ordered the ginseng his father says "What are you doing with that rutabaga?". That was not a rutabaga. It was in-fact a daikon radish. A type of white radish used in Asian cooking.See more »
Quotes:
Wong Kei-ying:Water floats, but also capsizes boats.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Kung Fu Charlie (2009)See more »

FAQ

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10 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
A martial arts' classic, 2 July 1999
Author: Jack Yan from Wellington, New Zealand

This film is all the more fantastic because it is, however loosely, based on fact. Chan is in one of his finest roles as Chinese hero Wong Fei Hung, fighting foreigners who wish to take artefacts out of China during the Ching dynasty.

An appreciation of turn-of-the-century China does help, but even without it, the film remains incredibly entertaining. The kung-fu choreography is interwoven with a well-written story which should instil pride in any Chinese moviegoer.

Even Chan's acting is excellent, as the young Wong Fei Hung who develops his "drunken boxing" style - a type of kung-fu which is aided by the consumption of alcohol. However, his father forbids his son's drinking, fearing that he will not know when to stop. His stepmother is encouraging, hoping to put her stepson on the map in the local community. The rapport between the characters is superb and realistically acted by the players. The martial arts' choreography here is among the best in any film.

Of Chan's movies set in an earlier time period, Jui Kuen II must rank as his best. An excellent example of the genre.

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