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Kung Fu Master Named Drunk Cat (1978)

Zui mao shi fu (original title)
Chan is given a jar of sweets by a beautiful air-hostess; he finds that each one contains a diamond (diamonds that belong to a ruthless smuggling gang). Chan soon realizes that there's no ... See full summary »

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Sum Cheung

Writer:

Sum Cheung
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Cast

Credited cast:
Yu An An Yu An An
Hung-Yi Chang Hung-Yi Chang
John Cheung
Wah Cheung
Chi Ling Chiu ... (as Chih Ling Chao)
Chi Chou
Pak-Kwong Ho
Chin Hsiao Chin Hsiao
Ying-Ying Hui
Ling-Ling Hung
Kang Kao Kang Kao
Hsueh-Ming Liao Hsueh-Ming Liao
Man-Hua Lin Man-Hua Lin
Hao-ming Liu Hao-ming Liu
Yun Liu Yun Liu
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Chan is given a jar of sweets by a beautiful air-hostess; he finds that each one contains a diamond (diamonds that belong to a ruthless smuggling gang). Chan soon realizes that there's no place to hide and a fight to the finish is the only way out!

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Action | Comedy | Crime

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Simon Yuen steals the show
5 March 2016 | by ckormos1See all my reviews

In 1978 Simon Yuen played the drunken master in Jackie Chan's breakout hit movie. I don't get the drunk cat reference in this title at all but Simon Yuen certainly steals the show. What is left to say about him that has not already been said? 321 movies total and in this one he is doing his own stunts at age 66. There's another legitimate master in the film - Chiu Chi-Ling is a true Hung Gar Fist master with family ties to Wong Fei Hung's school. He played the challenge fighter on stage and many similar roles as the strong guy. I thought all the comedy fell flat but the comedic fight choreography was tops. It's amazing they chose railroad tracks for a fight. There are plenty of grassy fields that will feel a lot softer on the falls but they fought on the rocks and rails anyway. THis one is a must see for martial arts movie fans.


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Country:

Hong Kong | Taiwan

Language:

Mandarin

Release Date:

1 December 1978 (Taiwan) See more »

Also Known As:

Samtpfötchen - Die Kung-Fu Katze von Chinatown See more »

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Production Co:

Goldig Film Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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