Jackie Chan is a boy who is used as a janitor at his kung-fu school. Jackie Chan can't fight and is always getting bullied by the teachers and pupils. One day an old man helps Jackie train ... See full summary »
A year after training young Jackie Chan in the Drunken Fist, Sam the Seed discovers he has a son, Foggy. He tries to train Foggy but to no avail. Foggy is then trained in Drunken Fist from ... See full summary »
A greedy Manchu (Qing) general wants it all. His troops scavenges through the countryside on a deadly mission of theft and lust until two young fighters and an over-the-hill master decide to fight back.
Lap Ban Chan,
Chok Chow Cheung,
Siu Loi Chow
Beggar So is trying to train brother and sister team Chung and Gam Fa, with mixed results! But an enemy from Beggar So's past, Grasshopper Bill Chan and his brother Cougar start causing ... See full summary »
I found this movie on VHS for a dollar on the Previously Viewed rack at a local video store. Being a fan of kung fu movies, I purchased the movie and added it to my collection.
It was most definitely a pleasant surprise. Hilarious storyline, many humorous interactions between "Little Fatty" and anyone who he comes in contact with, including bowing down to a frog and chanting "I worship the toad" and falling face first into a pile of crap in his quest to earn a living bringing in a criminal.
I've never heard of any of the actors in this film, but the opening credits state that one of them was the personal martial arts trainer to Muhammad Ali. If I remember correctly, the opening screen indicated that Little Mad Guy was produced by Snake Video.
I would most definitely recommend this movie to any fan of kung fu, if you can find it. Since buying it, I have not been able to find any mention of it from any vendor or online, with the exception of this brief IMDb profile.
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