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Nu jing cha (1973)

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Incriminating evidence against a gang is left in a cab when a gang member dies in it. The gang chases the innocent cab driver, who receives help from the dead gangster's sister - a tough police woman.

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Credited cast:
Charlie Chin ...
Cab driver
Betty Pei Ti
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Gang Leader (as Jacky Chan)
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The police woman (as Lin Chiu)
Chin Hu ...
Ho Mei Fong
Nan Chiang
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Cheung
Mu Chu ...
Car bomb victim (Guest star)
Chuen-chuen Fang
Yi Feng ...
(as Fung Yi)
Kwong Ming Ho
Chiang Kao
Lan Law ...
(Guest star)
Wen Tai Li
Chien-wen Mu
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Incriminating evidence against a gang is left in a cab when a gang member dies in it. The gang chases the innocent cab driver, who receives help from the dead gangster's sister - a tough police woman.

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26 April 1973 (Hong Kong)  »

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Rumble in Hong Kong  »

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Not a Jackie Chan flick!
8 December 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Well, one could hardly complain about renting what I thought it was a Jackie Chan movie entitled 'Young Tiger' on the DVD Cover. Once, I realized it wasn't, I watched it anyway. I was kind of worried in the opening scenes where the picture quality and dubbing was really poor, and the fight sequences even worse. The DVD cover is called 'Young Tiger', but the title on the film was 'Rumble in Hong Kong' (even, the marketing folks can't make up their minds), and apparently it's called 'Police Woman' here. Can't understand that choice because her character wasn't the main one.

Jackie (or Jacky) Chan plays the 2IC in a nasty street gang and he's mainly a supporting character, as his purpose is to torment our hero; the cab driver who wants to make the streets safe and is caught in a bad situation. Some ex-female member of the gang dies in his cab, and the gang are searching for a purse she had. She is related to the "Police Woman" character who assists the cabbie. The gang think the poor cabbie has got the purse. Anywho, what follows is an endless array of bad fight scenes and people talking off-camera. It's pretty bad, even for it's day 30 years ago. There is some unnecessary social commentary in there too. Hard to judge properly because the quality of transfer, and the dubbing were awful, but even so, I don't think this film was the great to begin with. If you are a Jackie Chan film fan, this film in 'Young Tiger' or whatever is a piece of crap banking on his success. I doubt it would have seen the light of day otherwise as a DVD in Australia.

*½ out of *****!


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