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Jingzhi Zou
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Release Date:
11 July 2011 (China) See more »
From zero to hero
Fu is telepathically given the ultimate kung fu power after rescuing a martial arts master from a fatal attack with the promise that he would return the tablet to his daughter, Penny. | Add synopsis »
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‘The Legend of Kung-Fu Rabbit’ DVD Review
 (From Blogomatic3000. 25 July 2014, 3:01 AM, PDT)

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Shameful rip off of Kung Fu Panda See more (15 total) »


  (in credits order)

Jon Heder ... Fu (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tom Arnold ... Shifu (voice)

Rebecca Black ... Penny (voice)

Michael Clarke Duncan ... Slash (voice)
Claire Geare ... Biggie (voice)

Directed by
Lijun Sun 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Melanie Simka  english adaptation
Mychal Simka  english adaptation
Jingzhi Zou 

Produced by
Ryan S. Black .... executive producer
Barry Brooker .... executive producer
Mychal Simka .... producer (english version)
Lijun Sun .... producer
Elliot Tong .... producer
Stan Wertlieb .... executive producer
Original Music by
Peter Kam 
Casting by
Mychal Simka (english language version)
Production Management
Paulette Victor-Lifton .... post-production supervisor (english version)
Sound Department
Todd Brodie .... adr recordist
Paulette Victor-Lifton .... supervising adr editor
Music Department
Steven Dasher .... music supervisor
Thomas Goodin III .... music supervisor
Other crew
Preston Boebel .... post production coordinator: English version
Melanie Simka .... voice director: English version
Greg Snodgrass .... business & legal affairs for Grindstone Entertainment Group

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Also Known As:
"Tu xia chuan qi" - China (original title)
"Kung Fu Rabbit" - Singapore (English title) (alternative title)
"Legend of Rabbit" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated PG for martial arts action and brief mild language
USA:89 min

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Released to capitalize on the Kung Fu Panda (2008) franchise.See more »
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11 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Shameful rip off of Kung Fu Panda, 18 March 2013
Author: nightrider09-592-697193 from Bellevue, WA, US

This is a shameful rip off of Kung Fu Panda, here are some examples how they are too similar. 1. Panda/Rabbit are chefs. 2. Panda/Rabbit going to a place where Kung Fu was born. 3. Panda/Rabbit having the same Bruce Lee battle cry. 4. Panda/Rabbit's master have the name as Shifu. 5. Same trailer music and announcer. 6. Too similar in a few locations. 7. Same body design as Panda and Tai Lung, but drawn over with more clothes and replaced with a rabbit and a panda. 8. Same knock out in trailer 1:45-48 is the same Tai Lung's fight with the rhinos when he makes a jail break.

If this is true, then why in the name of the Oscars is Hollywood not doing anything about this like Dream-works suing this director named Lijun Sun. And to you actors/actresses, you all should be ashamed. Michael Clarke Duncan should have went up to the director and say, "This is too similar to Kung Fu Panda for I was in the first and second film. The script, the plot, and everything stinks like a Razzie Award and I was in Dare-Devil for crying out loud. Stop ripping it off sir or you face copy right lawyers, the FBI, angry fans, and my fists!!"

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