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Last Hero in China (1993)

Wong Fei Hung V: Tit gai dau ng gung (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, History | 1 April 1993 (Hong Kong)
Jet Li stars in this comic spectacle as a Chinese "Robin Hood" who stumbles upon a kidnapping scheme after unwittingly opening a martial arts school next to a brothel!

Directors:

Jing Wong, Woo-Ping Yuen

Writer:

Jing Wong
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jet Li ... Wong Fei-Hung (as Lin-kit Lee)
Man Cheung ... Ti Yi-er
Dicky Cheung ... So (as Wai-kin Cheung)
Pak-Cheung Chan ... Mass Tar Wong 'Mr Pimp'
Ka-Yan Leung ... Leung Foon
Alan Chung San Chui ... Legate Officer Lui (as Chung-san Chui)
Chia-Hui Liu ... Master Liu Heung (as Ka-fai Lau)
Tiet Wo Chu ... Chow Hung (as Tit-wo Chu)
Anita Yuen ... Miss Nine (as Wing-yee Yuen)
King-Tan Yuen ... Madame
Isabel Leung Isabel Leung ... Hooker (as Pui-wu Leung)
Tin-Yee Ka Tin-Yee Ka ... Hooker
Linda Cheung ... Hooker (as Lan-ying Cheung)
Julie Lee Julie Lee ... Hooker
Chung-Shun Chu Chung-Shun Chu ... Ching Wa
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Jet Li stars in this comic spectacle as a Chinese "Robin Hood" who stumbles upon a kidnapping scheme after unwittingly opening a martial arts school next to a brothel! Written by Towne 3, San Jose, Ca

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Action | Comedy | History

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Trivia

In the scene where Ah So, Leung Fu and Mass Tar Wong attack the temple, Mass Tar Wong attacks a perverted monk on behalf of Wong Fei-Hung, Miss Nine and Beggar So. When asked by the perverted monk who Beggar So is, Mass Tar Wong says he doesn't know. Beggar So was originally one of the Ten Tigers of Canton along with Wong Kei-Ying and he is often associated with the Chinese fighting form "Drunken Boxing". See more »

Quotes

So: [crying because Wong has to leave] Master, I'm so sorry...
Wong Fei-hung: You're a man. Stop crying!
So: [nods to Mass Tar Wong] He's crying too.
Wong Fei-hung: [looks at Mass Tar Wong, who is crying comically] He's different. He's not a man.
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The closing credits feature outtakes from filming of the movie See more »

Connections

References Drunken Master (1978) See more »

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Humour adds spice to the too-serious violence
11 December 2004 | by pghenrikSee all my reviews

Refreshing Chinese style humour, new to me, worth dozens of predictable Hollywood "blockbusters", because this is something we don' see everyday. I'm ignorant about kung-fu movies, but happy to see something new. I read a review that criticised the ending. That is very strange because at the end the good fighting scenes and the refreshing absurdities are married.

Compared with recent Jackie Chan movies, the makers of this movie seem to have some pride. The choreography is artistic and both the added music and the music that comes with the plot work well. I don't think the producers said "Let's make another Jet Li movie."


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

1 April 1993 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Deadly China Hero See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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