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Rumble in the Bronx (1995) More at IMDbPro »Hung faan keoi (original title)

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Rumble in the Bronx -- A young man visiting and helping his uncle in New York City finds himself forced to fight a street gang and the mob with his martial art skills.


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Release Date:
23 February 1996 (USA) See more »
No Fear. No Stuntman. No Equal
A young man visiting and helping his uncle in New York City finds himself forced to fight a street gang and the mob with his martial art skills. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jackie Chan ... Keung

Anita Mui ... Elaine

Françoise Yip ... Nancy
Bill Tung ... Uncle Bill

Marc Akerstream ... Tony

Garvin Cross ... Angelo
Morgan Lam ... Danny
Ailen Sit ... Tony's Gang Member
Man-Ching Chan ... Tony's Gang Member (as Chan Man Ching)
Fred Andrucci ... Tony's Gang Member
Mark Antoniuk ... Tony's Gang Member

Lauro Chartrand ... Tony's Gang Member
Chris Franco ... Tony's Gang Member

Lance Gibson ... Tony's Gang Member

David Hooper ... Tony's Gang Member
Kathy Hubble ... Tony's Gang Member
Terrance Leigh ... Tony's Gang Member
Dean McKenzie ... Tony's Gang Member

Kimani Ray Smith ... Tony's Gang Member

Lisa Stevens ... Tony's Gang Member
Kris Lord ... White Tiger
Richard Faraci ... White Tiger's Gang Member
Mark Fielding ... White Tiger's Gang Member
Terry Howsen ... White Tiger's Gang Member
Jordan Lennox ... White Tiger's Gang Member
Gabriel Ostevic ... White Tiger's Gang Member
John Sampson ... White Tiger's Gang Member
Owen Walstrom ... White Tiger's Gang Member
Carrie Cain-Sparks ... Whitney

Guyle Fraizer ... Police Officer (as Guyle Frazier)
David Fredericks ... Police Officer
Harold Gillespie ... Police Officer
Alf Humphreys ... Police Officer (as Alf Humphries)
Elly Leung ... Walter, the Realtor
Ho-Wai Ching ... Tina Chang, Saleslady at Market (as Rainbow Ching)
Jamie Luk ... Steven Lau, Friend with Limo
Richard O'Sullivan ... Ben
Alecia Paget ... Lisa, the Cashier
John McGrath ... Hovercraft Operator
Adrian Parkinson ... Hovercraft Operator
Rick Burgess ... Harley Gang Leader
Eddy Ko ... Prospective Market Buyer
Annabelle Louie ... Prospective Market Buyer
Emil Chau ... Ice Cream Salesman
Alex To ... Ice Cream Customer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Glen Chin ... Man (uncredited)
Victor Formosa ... Barbeque Cook (uncredited)
James McKenzie ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Lee Sollenberger ... Man in shop (uncredited)
Hua Yueh ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Stanley Tong 
Writing credits
Edward Tang  and
Fibe Ma 

Produced by
Raymond Chow .... executive producer
Roberta Chow .... co-producer
Leonard Ho .... executive producer
Man-Yiu Lee .... line producer
Shan Tam .... line producer
Barbie Tung .... producer
Original Music by
J. Peter Robinson (english version)
Nathan Wang (restored version)
Cinematography by
Jingle Ma 
Film Editing by
Peter Cheung 
Casting by
Ann Forry 
Production Design by
Oliver Wong 
Makeup Department
Lindy Lee .... hair stylist
Pauline Tso .... makeup artist
Production Management
Peter Carr .... unit manager
Joe Fineman .... executive in charge of post-production
Daniel Hank .... production manager: New York
Diana Kaufman .... post-production supervisor: USA
Sara King .... executive in charge of post-production
Michael Parker .... production manager
Sue Woo .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Cheng .... first assistant director
Sharon Lam .... second assistant director
Adelon Paren .... second assistant director
Lydia Stante .... second assistant director
Tommy Wilson .... first assistant director: Canada
Art Department
Allen Benjamin .... construction coordinator
Ea Birkett .... props assistant
Bruno Coupe .... scenic artist
Les Ford .... property master
Yui Nung Leung .... property master
Dean McQuillen .... construction coordinator
David Perun .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Bobbi Banks .... adr supervisor
Bobbi Banks .... supervising sound editor
Lisa Bate .... sound editor
Martin Bayley .... sound editor
John Boyle .... boom operator
Harry Cohen .... sound effects editor
Andrew DeCristofaro .... supervising sound editor
David Farmer .... sound effects editor
Tim Gedemer .... sound effects editor
Jason King .... adr editor
Christopher Leech .... boom operator
Gerry Long .... foley artist
Peter McBain .... dialogue editor
Gavin Myers .... sound editor
Paul Pirola .... sound mixer
Paul Pirola .... supervising sound editor
Roger Savage .... sound mixer
Mark Schroeder .... production sound mixer
Cathie Speakman .... supervising adr editor
Roger Stafeckis .... production sound mixer
Ken Teaney .... sound re-recording mixer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Yu Ting .... adr supervisor
Gareth Vanderhope .... sound editor
Brandon Walker .... adr recordist
Doris Wang .... adr supervisor
Special Effects by
Allen Benjamin .... special effects
David Paller .... special effects
Michael S. Vincent .... special effects technician
Mark Aisbett .... stunts
Marc Akerstream .... stunt coordinator
Marc Akerstream .... stunt driver
Mark Antoniuk .... stunts
Denny Arnold .... stunts
Scott J. Ateah .... stunts (as Scott Ateah)
Jackie Chan .... stunt director
Man-Ching Chan .... assistant stunt director (as Chan Man Ching)
Lauro Chartrand .... stunts
Garvin Cross .... stunts
Jim Dunn .... stunts
Bill Ferguson .... stunts
Mark Fielding .... stunts
Sebastian Foxx .... stunts
Richard Gray .... stunts
Kathy Hubble .... stunts
Rocky Lai .... stunts
Randy Lee .... stunts
Terrance Leigh .... stunts
Chung Chi Li .... assistant stunt director (as Li Chung Chi)
Gerald Paetz .... stunts
James Paradis .... stunts
Rick Pearce .... stunts
Trish Schill .... stunts
Kymberly Sheppard .... stunts (as Kimberly Sheppard)
Ailen Sit .... assistant stunt director
Kimani Ray Smith .... stunts
Lee Sollenberger .... stunts
David Soo .... stunts
Mike Spazziani .... stunts
Melissa R. Stubbs .... stunts (as Melissa Stubbs)
Gerry Therrien .... stunts
Stanley Tong .... stunt director
Stanley Tong .... stunt driver
John Waldon .... stunts
Owen Walstrom .... stunts
Rob Wilton .... stunts
Kevin J. Andruschak .... stunts (uncredited)
Jackie Chan .... stunt actor (uncredited)
Man-Ching Chan .... stunts (uncredited)
Mike Desabrais .... stunts (uncredited)
Marny Eng .... stunts (uncredited)
Greg Fawcett .... stunts (uncredited)
Delaina-Lu Gamblin .... stunts (uncredited)
David Hooper .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Keung-Kuen Lai .... stunts (uncredited)
Mars .... stunts (uncredited)
Scott Nicholson .... stunts (uncredited)
John Sampson .... stunt actor: water gag with Jackie Chan in boathouse (uncredited)
Darryl Scheelar .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Lee Sollenberger .... stunt safety: tigers (uncredited)
Stanley Tong .... stunt driving double: Jackie Chan (uncredited)
Claire Webb .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Robin Webb .... stunts (uncredited)
Damon Winters .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Ming-Sing Wong .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Henry Chan .... director of photography: second unit
Ho-Yuen Fong .... still photographer
Jim Garrison .... first assistant camera: second unit (as James Garrison)
Michael Giampa .... camera trainee
Chan Kwok Hung .... first assistant camera
Derek Lalonde .... lamp operator
Johnny MacDonald .... second assistant camera: New York
John McIntosh .... best boy
Michael Horner O'Leary .... first assistant camera: second unit
Ho Kai On .... best boy
Gary Phipps .... best boy
Ricky Tsang .... second assistant camera
J. Theodore Wachs .... first assistant camera: New York
Wai-Chuen Wong .... gaffer
Casting Department
Ann Forry .... casting
Patrick Stark .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Kar Fei Cheung .... assistant editor
Joseph Chiang .... assistant editor
Giorgio De Vincenzo .... assistant editor
Michael J. Duthie .... editorial consultant (as Michael Duthie)
Jeff Geneau .... assistant editor
Philip Pucci .... assistant editor
Chi Wai Yau .... assistant editor
Music Department
Mark Kaufman .... music coordinator
Elliot Lurie .... music supervisor (as Elliott Lurie)
Lise Richardson .... music editor
Transportation Department
John Bray .... transportation coordinator
Matt Bunten .... driver
Chris J. Clayton .... driver
Bill Lewis .... transportation coordinator
Shawn O'Hearn .... transportation coordinator
Demian Gordon .... unit driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Sean Benbow .... production assistant
Al Cerullo .... helicopter pilot
Jackie Chan .... martial arts director
Glen Chin .... dialogue coach
Jason Crosby .... marine coordinator
Jim Filippone .... pilot: picture helicopter
Scott Graham .... production assistant
Max Ip .... script supervisor
Kelly Johnson .... craft service
Kelly Johnson .... first aid
Man-Yiu Lee .... planner (as Johnny Lee)
Leanne Perron .... location manager
Rick Scott .... location manager
Burton Sharp .... adr group coordinator
Lee Sollenberger .... animal handler: tigers
Gerry Therrien .... animal wrangler
Stanley Tong .... action choreographer
Kuang Yu Wang .... continuity
Gary Bridges .... boat operator (uncredited)
Neil McDaniel .... marine operator (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Hung faan keoi" - Hong Kong (original title)
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Rated R for some language and violent sequences
104 min | USA:87 min | USA:89 min (DVD version)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby (original release) | Dolby SR (US version)

Did You Know?

The script called for a leap from the top of a parking lot to a fire escape on the floor below on the building across the street. As is his custom, director Stanley Tong attempted the stunt before asking any actors to do so. He tried it with the help of a cable harness, but quickly decided it would be safer without the harness. The landing point was not visible from the point where the jump began, so tape was placed on the take-off point as a guide. The jump was completed perfectly by Jackie Chan on the first attempt, doing his own stunts as is his custom. The jump was captured by four cameras.See more »
Errors in geography: Set in the Bronx, obviously filmed in Vancouver.See more »
Ah Keung:You don't need diamonds in the bathroom.See more »
Movie Connections:
Problem ChildSee more »


Is there a longer version available than the R-Rated theatrical version?
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Jackie cracks the west, 8 February 2009
Author: ed_two_o_nine from United Kingdom

Well here we go once again with the undisputed king of action comedy. The one and only Jackie Chan. While this is nowhere near Chan's best movie we can be grateful for the fact that this is the film that finally gave Chan his much deserved break in the USA. This is the story on Chan's character Keung who comes to the Bronx for his uncle's wedding and ends up caught up in a series of events that involve biker gangs, and diamond robbers. But really none of this matters this is just an excuse for Jackie to show of his amazing action skills (in the fight scenes which he also choreographed), and this he does to his usual amazing standards. There seems to be more edits in the fight scenes that is normal for Jackie but I suspect this might be down to one of two things. One making the film more palatable for a western audience. Or two that Jackie broke his ankle in the filming of this movie. Still tell me the last time you saw a western movie star leap from a roof on to the fire escape of the next building!!! Truly amazing stuff. On the down side the western characters and acting are very wooden but hey just enjoy Chan and hopefully then go seek out his Hong Kong movies.

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