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Armour of God 2: Operation Condor ()

Fei ying gai wak (original title)
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Jackie is hired to help the UN find Nazi gold hidden in Sahara. He's accompanied from Spain by 2 (later 3) cute women. As there are others wanting the gold, lots of kung fu fighting and... See more »

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Asian Hawk / Condor / Jackie
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Ada (as Carol Cheng)
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Elsa (as Eva Cobo de Garcia)
Shôko Ikeda ...
Momoko
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Adolf (as Alfredo Brel Sánchez)
Ken Goodman ...
Adolf's Guard #1
Steve Tartalia ...
Adolf's Guard #2 (as Gregory Tartaglia)
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Mark / Adolf's Guard #3 (as Lyn Percival)
Bruce Fontaine ...
Adolf's Guard #4
Wayne Archer ...
Adolf's Guard #5 (as Archer Wayne)
Brandon Charles ...
Adolf's Guard #6
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Adolf's Guard #7 (as Low Houi Kang)
Peter Klimenko ...
Adolf's Guard #8
Christian Perrochaud ...
Adolf's Guard #9
Jonathan Isgar ...
Tasza
Daniel Mintz ...
Amon
Bozidar Smiljanic ...
Baron Bannon / Duke Scapio
Mark King ...
Duke's Guard #1
Joe Bryan Baker ...
Duke's Guard #2 (as Bryan Baker)
Charles Yeomans ...
Man with Stolen Clothes
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hui-Kuang Lu
Kenneth Smyth ...
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John (uncredited)
Chi-Hwa Chen ...
Amazon Tribe Chief's Husband (uncredited)
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Adolf's Guard (uncredited)
Keung-Kuen Lai ...
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Fat Wan ...
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Directed by

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Jackie Chan

Written by

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Jackie Chan ... ()
 
Edward Tang ... ()

Produced by

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Raymond Chow ... executive producer
Leonard Ho ... producer (as Leonard K.C. Ko)

Music by

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Chris Babida
Stephen Endelman
Paul Rabjohns

Cinematography by

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Arthur Wong ... (as Ngok-Tai Wong)

Editorial Department

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Rod Dean ... consultant: editing
Maggie Dickie ... english dialogue
Pamela March ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Oliver Wong

Art Direction by

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Dominique Lo
Eddie Ma
Oliver Wong

Set Decoration by

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Yiu-Kwong But

Costume Design by

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Carroll Gordon

Makeup Department

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Rachel Kong ... hair stylist (as Tak-Yan Kwong)
Hoi-Ming Liu ... hair stylist
Hon-Wan Tung ... makeup artist
Yin-Ping Yau ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Zakaria Alaoui ... production manager
Yuen-Yee Au ... assistant production manager
Lloyd Chao ... english post-production supervisor / post-production supervisor
Roberta Chow ... english post-production supervisor
Mei-Ling Ma ... assistant production manager
Carrie Wong ... assistant production manager
Oi-Ping Wong ... assistant production manager
Venus Wong ... english post-production supervisor
Wai-Tak Wong ... assistant production manager
Wai-Chung Woo ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Albela ... assistant director: Spain
Frankie Chan ... second unit director
Paul Cheung ... first assistant director
Tat Wah Fok ... assistant director
Pedro Lazaga ... assistant director: Spain

Art Department

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Kin Sun Chiu ... assistant art director (as Kin-Sun Chiu)
Gai-Fai Lam ... assistant art director
Yui Nung Leung ... props
Hon-Hung Liu ... assistant art director (as Han-Hsiung Liao)
Yiu-Wing Luk ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Eric Flickinger ... sound recordist
Michael Keller ... re-recording mixer
Tony Lamberti ... sound effects editor
Gerry Lentz ... supervising re-recording mixer
Linda Lew ... foley recordist
Brian McPherson ... sound effects editor: US Version
Glenn T. Morgan ... sound designer / sound supervisor / supervising sound designer / supervising sound editor
Rick Morris ... sound editor: US version
Michael A. Reagan ... sound designer
Yu Ting ... dialogue editor
Kim Waugh ... additional sound (as Kim 'Kiwi' Waugh)
Richard Weingart ... adr mixer (as Rich Weingart)
Kuo-Hua Wu ... sound effects editor
David Young ... additional sound

Stunts

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Younes Afroukh ... stunts (stunts)
Benamara Azeddine ... stunt performer
Nick Brandon ... stunts
Patrick Cauderlier ... stunt driver
Jackie Chan ... stunt coordinator
Max Garnier ... stunt driver
Jean-Pierre Goy ... stunt driver
Dominique Julienne ... stunt driver
Michel Julienne ... stunt driver
Rémy Julienne ... stunt coordinator
Bruce Law ... car stunt coordinator
Jackie Chan ... stunt actor (uncredited)
Mars ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Man Po Cheung ... assistant camera
Yiu-Tsou Cheung ... camera operator
Luis Miguel Daza ... jib operator
Pedro del Rey ... first assistant camera
Kim-Wah Lai ... still photographer
Man-Chi Lee ... gaffer
Stephen Tak-Yip Poon ... assistant camera (as Stephen Poon)
Chi-Wai Tam ... camera operator
Ka Fai Wong ... assistant camera (as Ka-Fai Wong)
Wai-Ying Yip ... assistant camera
Fernando Matas ... camera trainee (uncredited)

Location Management

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Mohamed Benhmamane ... location manager

Music Department

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Robb Boyd ... assistant music editor
Richard Ford ... music editor
Dan Lieberstein ... music editor

Other crew

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Raymond Chow ... presenter
Drago Klincic ... accountant
Diana C. Weng ... adr dialogue coach / dialogue coach

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Agent Jackie is hired to find World War II Nazi gold hidden in the Sahara desert. He teams up with three bungling women (the three stooges?) who are all connected in some way. However, a team of mercenries have ideas on the ownership of the gold. A battle and chase ensues as to who gets there first. Lots of choregraphed Kung Fu and quirky Chan humor. Written by Matthew Stanfield

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Taglines The Biggest Martial Arts Epic Ever Made. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Operation Condor: Armour of God 2 (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Fei ying ji hua (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • Project Eagle (Hong Kong, Cantonese title)
  • Armour of God II: Operation Condor (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Long xiong hu di xu ji (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
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Runtime
  • 106 min
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Box Office

Budget HKD115,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $15,464,830

Did You Know?

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Trivia Although the title was brought over as "Operation Condor", it is actually the sequel to Armour of God (1986). Armour of God was imported after its sequel, and was given the confusing name "Operation Condor 2", when Operation Condor should actually have been named Armour of God 2: Operation Condor. See more »
Goofs During the car chase with the various black cars, right at the end when 2 of them go into the water and jackie is seen to grab onto a hanging crate, you can see one of the passengers pop out of the vehicle and give the thumbs up (I'm ok) to the safety crew See more »
Movie Connections Featured in George of the Jungle/Mrs. Brown/Nothing to Lose/Operation Condor/Contempt (1997). See more »
Crazy Credits The ending credits in Chan movies show outtakes (footage not used in the film). They often show Chan to be a perfectionist. See more »
Quotes Jackie Condor: African vampires don't like Chinese blood.
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