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Zui ba xian quan (1980)

PG | | Action, Comedy
Chang Fung is a young man studying kung fu under the perpetually inebriated Wu Tseng, who seems to have made a few enemies along the way. When a gang of four warriors show up intent on ... See full summary »

Director:

Wu Ma

Writers:

Mei Lung Hsiang (screenplay), Hsin Wei (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Fei Meng Fei Meng
Sing Chen Sing Chen
Wu Ma
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sung Young Chen
Fu Hung Cheng Fu Hung Cheng
Han Chiang Han Chiang
Mei Lung Hsiang Mei Lung Hsiang
You Min Ko You Min Ko
Ching Ku Ching Ku
Ming Lei Ming Lei
Yi Lung Lu
Fei Lung Fei Lung
Chang Ma Chang Ma
Ju-Feng Ma
Pei-Ling Shao Pei-Ling Shao
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Chang Fung is a young man studying kung fu under the perpetually inebriated Wu Tseng, who seems to have made a few enemies along the way. When a gang of four warriors show up intent on killing Wu, it is time for Chang to show what he has learned of his trainer's "drunken kung fu". Will he be able to protect his teacher from the killers? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Genres:

Action | Comedy

Certificate:

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Country:

Taiwan | Hong Kong

Language:

Mandarin

Also Known As:

Drunken Art's Tricks See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Referenced in Frank Zappa: New York and Elsewhere (1980) See more »

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good kung foo flick
18 April 2004 | by myongkey-1See all my reviews

this movie is obviously a knock off of Jackie Chan's 1978 Classic Drunken Master. But it's actually a good kung fu movie, better than most, which is admittedly not saying much.

Characters are easily sympathized and acting is decent. Dialog flows relatively well & doesn't stall & bore you like many Hong Kong Kung Fu flicks.

Anyone watching 70's Kung Fu Movies for the characters/acting and dialog are setting themselves up for disappointment. How's the fighting?

fight scenes are again quite good. Nothing will ever match Jackie Chan's choreography (DM is some of his best), but this Kung Fu Movie is still ahead of the pack.

also, the requisite 'kung fu chic' in this movie is particularly appealing.


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