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Long hang tian xia ()


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Uncle Tak, the old martial-arts master and medicine in normal life has severe problems with his former student Jonny, who wants nothing more than to kill his old master to show everyone who... See more »

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Jet
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Uncle Tak
Crystal Kwok ...
May
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Jonny
Anne Rickets ...
Anna
Rueben Gonzáles ...
Cito
Guy Fadollone ...
Ruben
Derek Anunciation ...
Mouse
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Mouse
Michael Burke ...
Oscar
Camille Carrigan ...
Jeannie
Wayne Post ...
Jimmy
Pamela J. Anderson ...
Coach
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Paul
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Jonny's Student
Kevin Cole ...
Jonny's Student
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Jonny's Student
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Jonny's Student
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Jonny's Student
Mark Williams ...
Hawks member
Erwin Villegon ...
Hawks member
Spencer Platerns ...
Hawks member
Ray Wizard ...
Hawks member
Alfred Bonilla ...
Hawks member
John Kreng ...
Hawks member
Wei Ho Tu
Bing Hong Lam
Yin Ming Chan
Ching Cheung
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Black Thug (uncredited)
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Johnny's Student (uncredited)
Dale Jacoby ...
Jonny's Student (uncredited)
Kenneth Nowling ...
Police Detective (uncredited)
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Johnny's student (uncredited)
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Johnny's Student (uncredited)

Directed by

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Hark Tsui

Written by

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Kee-To Lam ... (screenplay) (as Kei To Lam)
 
Tai-Mok Lau ... () (as Tai-Muk Lau)
 
Jack Maeby ... (english adaptation)
 
Hark Tsui ... (story)

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Anthony Chow ... executive producer
Siu-Tin Lai ... executive producer
David Lo ... co-producer
Hark Tsui ... producer

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Yee Tat Lam

Cinematography by

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Henry Chan
Paul A. Edwards

Film Editing by

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Peter Cheung
Ma Kam

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Ethan Maniquis ... additional editor: english version
Tom Gleason ... assistant editor (uncredited)

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Lynn Christopher

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Bret Alexander
Gil Draper

Makeup Department

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David Gamboa ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Kimberly Berman ... post-production supervisor
Chi Hung Chu ... production manager
Shannon McIntosh ... executive in charge of production
Mark Morris ... production manager

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Worth Keeter ... assistant director
Tom Koel ... second assistant director
Randy Pope ... assistant director
Mike Snyder ... first assistant director

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Robyn Jacobs ... property master
Yin-Wai Wong ... props

Sound Department

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Siu-Lung Ching ... sound effects editor
Hsueh-Yui Feng ... dubbing editor: mandarin (as Hsue-Yui Fung)
Anne Mather ... dubbing editor: english (as Annie Mather)
Yu Ting ... dubbing editor: cantonese

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Yung-hsiang Cheng ... stunts
John Kreng ... stunts
Wei Ho Tu ... stunts
Chun Yeung Yuen ... stunt coordinator
Wah Yuen ... stunt coordinator

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Bret Allen ... Steadicam operator (as Brett Allen)
Hoi-Fai Chan ... still photographer
Ging-Nin Cheung ... gaffer
Mason Hersey ... first assistant camera
Todd McMullen ... director of photography: second unit
Charles M. Smallwood ... best boy grip
Jene Youtt ... gaffer
Eric Sundt ... dolly grip (uncredited)

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James Campana ... mechanic
Chi-Keung Chiu ... production coordinator
Anthony Chow ... presenter
Steve Gates ... continuity
Steve Gehrke ... script supervisor
Kei Hayashi ... continuity
Denise Iketani ... continuity
Siu-Tin Lai ... presenter
David Lo ... planner
Sam Mui ... continuity
Steve Phan ... production assistant
Eric Sundt ... continuity
Sue Woo ... continuity
Ping Wu ... voice: english version
Masaki Yokochi ... title designer: main and end titles
Raymond Yu ... continuity
Wah Yuen ... action director

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Plot Summary

Uncle Tak, the old martial-arts master and medicine in normal life has severe problems with his former student Jonny, who wants nothing more than to kill his old master to show everyone who the real master is. Uncle Tak wants Jet, his best student, to come over from China to the US. Jet gets no green card, but finally manages to come as a tourist. Jet is not familiar with the American way of life, but all the better with the way of fighting. Written by Oliver Heidelbach

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Taglines Loyalty. Honor. Vengence. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Huang Fei hung 92 zhi Long hang tian xia (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • The Master (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Wong Fei Hung 92: Dragon walks the firmamaent (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • Wong Fei Hung 92 ji Lung hang tin ha (Hong Kong, Cantonese title)
  • Lung hang tin ha (Hong Kong, Cantonese title)
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  • 92 min
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Trivia Jet Li broke his right wrist during filming, necessitating some very creative fight choreography in the climactic battle. See more »
Goofs Near the beginning of the movie, when the muscular man has been treated and is receiving pills, you can clearly see the hand of somebody pushing him sideways to stand better in the shot. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in The Insider: An Interview with Stuntman and Author John Kreng (2004). See more »
Quotes May: [May has Jet arrested for trespassing in Uncle Tak's shop but gets him out on bail and tries to talk to him] Jet! I went through a lot of trouble to bail your out of there. Some thanks would be appreciated.
Jet: So why you lock me up then?
May: [dryly] Well look, you asked for it.
Jet: [calmly] No.
May: Look, it's my job to look after the shop, okay?
Jet: [Jet's not listening to May, he's trying to concentrate on what happened to Master Tak] I worried that... Master Tak got hurt in a fight.
May: [frustrated] You Chinese men and all your stupid fighting! It's what ruins our reputation here in America!
Jet: [irritated] You don't even know what you're talking about. You've got problems, don't blame me! You're too worried about... about your reputation, right? Goodbye!
[Jet storms off and the Barrio Boyz, follow him]
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