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Legend of the Drunken Master ()

Jui kuen II (original title)
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A young martial artist is caught between respecting his pacifist father's wishes or stopping a group of disrespectful foreigners from stealing precious artifacts.

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Cast

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Wong Fei-hung
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Wong Kei-ying, Wong's Father
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Ling - Wong's Step-Mother
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Tsang
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Master Fu Wen-Chi (as Lau Kar-Leung)
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John (as Low Houi Kang)
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Fo Sang (as Chin Ka Lok)
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Henry
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Tso (as Tseung Chi Kwong)
Yi-Sheng Han ...
Uncle Hing (as Hon Yee Sang)
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Counter Intelligence Officer
Wing-Fong Ho ...
Fun (as Ho Wing Fong)
Kar-Yung Lau ...
Marlon (as Kar Yung Lau)
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Mr. Chiu
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Chiu's Wife
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Lady in Coffee Shop #1 (as Evonne Yung)
Wai Yee Chan ...
Lady in Coffee Shop #2 (as Chan Wai Yee)
Shing Wong ...
Larry
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Curly
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Moe (as Tai Bo)
Gei Ying Chan ...
Lily
Fong Pau ...
Cook
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Senior in Restaurant #1
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Senior in Restaurant #2 (as Wah Lung Szema)
Yan Pak ...
Mrs. Chan
Louis Roth ...
British Consul (as Louis C. Roth)
Therese Renee ...
Terese
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Bruno (as Vincent Tuataane)
Mark Houghton ...
Smith
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Max Alexander ...
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Keith Anthony ...
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Wong Kei-ying (voice)
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Ying Cao ...
Maid
Steve Cassling ...
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Marc Copage ...
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Mary Ellen Dunbar ...
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Jackie Gonneau ...
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Ling (voice)
Tom Kramer ...
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Gracie Moore ...
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Steve Pinto ...
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Wai-Lun Tuan
Matt Vesic ...
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Anthony Carpio ...
Thug (uncredited)
Man-Ching Chan ...
Thug (uncredited)
Tat-Kwong Chan ...
Thug (uncredited)
Wah Cheung ...
Thug (uncredited)
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Erhu Player (uncredited)
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Axe Gang Leader (uncredited)
Mark King ...
Mr. Swire (uncredited)
Rocky Lai ...
Thug (uncredited)
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Thug (uncredited)
Chung Chi Li ...
Thug (uncredited)
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Thug / Spectator (uncredited)
Burton Sharp ...
General (uncredited) (voice)
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General (uncredited)
Fat Wan ...
Factory Worker (uncredited)
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Ming-Sing Wong ...
Thief (uncredited)
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Thug (uncredited)

Directed by

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Chia-Liang Liu

Written by

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Edward Tang ... (screenplay) &
Man-Ming Tong ... (screenplay) &
Kai-Chi Yuen ... (screenplay) (as Kai-Chi Yun)
 
Rod Dean ... (english adaptation)

Produced by

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Leonard Ho ... executive producer
Edward Tang ... producer
Eric Tsang ... producer
Barbie Tung ... associate producer

Music by

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Michael Wandmacher
Wai Lap Wu

Cinematography by

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Tony Cheung ... (as Tong-Leung Chung)
Yiu-Tsou Cheung
Wen Yun Huang
Jingle Ma

Film Editing by

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Peter Cheung

Editorial Department

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Rod Dean ... editorial consultant

Production Design by

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Chong-Sing Ho
Eddie Ma

Art Direction by

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Kim-Sing Ho
Eddie Ma

Costume Design by

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Tin-kiu Ching
Sukie Yip

Production Management

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Kelly Wai-yeun Chan ... production manager
Suk-Yee Cheung ... production manager
Yuet-Jan Hui ... production manager
Wai Sum Shia ... production manager
Chieh-Chiang Wu ... production manager (as Kit Keung Ng)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Kam-Lik Fong ... assistant director
Yiu-Wing Kwan ... assistant director
Ke Ming Lin ... assistant director (as Hark Ming Lam)
Fat Wan ... assistant director

Art Department

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Yiu-Kwong But ... set designer
Kang Chu ... art director: Kaiping unit
Wancai Guo ... props
Chieh-Fu Ho ... property master
Jixian Li ... art director: Shanghai unit
Jing-Ping Liu ... special props
Hsi-Jen Yang ... property master

Sound Department

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Joe Barnett ... Re-Recording Mixer: Los Angeles Post Production
Kim B. Christensen ... sound fx designer: Los Angeles Post Production
Rey Dava ... adr recordist: Los Angeles Post Production
Erick Jolley ... sound editor
Sean Keegan ... foley mixer
Scott Koué ... sound fx editor: Los Angeles Post Production
Val Kuklowsky ... sound supervisor: Los Angeles Post Production
Yuri Reese ... Re-Recording Mixer: Los Angeles Post Production
Jackson Schwartz ... adr mixer: Los Angeles Post Production
Edward M. Steidele ... foley artist: Los Angeles Post Production (as Edward Steidele)
Yu Ting ... dialogue editor
John O. Wilde ... foley editor: Los Angeles Post Production (as John Wilde)
Kuo-Hua Wu ... sound effects editor
Tanya Yarbruogh ... assistant sound editor: Los Angeles Post Production (as Tanya Yarbrough)
Val Kuklowsky ... sound mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Bruce Law ... special effects

Stunts

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Anthony Carpio ... stunts
Jackie Chan ... stunt coordinator
Man-Ching Chan ... assistant stunt coordinator / stunt performer
Tak-Kwong Chan ... stunt performer
Tat-Kwong Chan ... stunts
Wah Cheung ... stunts
Kwok-Keung Choi ... stunt performer
Keung-Kuen Lai ... stunt performer
Rocky Lai ... stunts
Sing Kwong Lai ... stunt performer
Kar-Yung Lau ... stunt performer (as Chia Yung Liu)
Bruce Law ... stunt coordinator: fire sequences and body burns / stunts
Chung Chi Li ... stunt performer
Hsiao Sung Liang ... stunt performer
Mars ... stunt performer (as Fo Sing)
Tak-Wing Tang ... stunt performer
Chi Ming Wong ... stunt performer
Ming-Sing Wong ... stunt performer
San-Kwan Wong ... stunt performer
Wai-Fai Wong ... stunt performer
Mo Yuen ... stunt performer (as Mo-Chow Yuen)
Jackie Chan ... stunt actor (uncredited)
Rocky Lai ... assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Ken Lo ... stunt performer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Chung-Ying Chan ... assistant camera
Chengfu Huang ... lighting technician
Yiu-Fai Lai ... assistant camera
Ho-Man Lau ... assistant lighting
Man-Chi Lee ... lighting technician
Man-Fai Ng ... lighting technician
Albert Sum ... lighting technician
Man-Hing Wong ... assistant camera
Sun-Ping Wong ... assistant lighting
Ho-Chung Yiu ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tin Mei Ching ... costume assistant
Ying LIU ... costume supervisor
Fuk-Ying Shing ... costumer

Other crew

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Jackie Chan ... martial arts choreographer
Wing-Kam Chan ... story editor
Rod Dean ... adaptor: English / dubbing director
Wai-Hung Law ... production assistant
Siu-Hung Leung ... martial arts crew
Chia Yung Liu ... martial arts crew (as Lau Kar Wing)
Chia-Liang Liu ... martial arts choreographer (as Lau Kar-Leung)
Wei Ma ... martial arts coordinator
Mars ... assistant action director
Tak-Wing Tang ... martial arts crew
Chi Wang ... martial arts coordinator
Yu-Chung Wong ... continuity
Chieh-Chiang Wu ... martial artist
Max Yip ... continuity
Wai-Keung Yip ... script supervisor
Yuk-Jeh ... tea lady
Mark Houghton ... assistant martial arts choreographer (uncredited)

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Returning home with his father after a shopping expedition, Wong Fei-Hong is unwittingly caught up in the battle between foreigners who wish to export ancient Chinese artifacts and loyalists who don't want the pieces to leave the country. Fei-Hong has learned a style of fighting called "Drunken Boxing", which makes him a dangerous person to cross. Unfortunately, his father is opposed to his engaging in any kind of fighting, let alone drunken boxing. Consequently, Fei-Hong not only has to fight against the foreigners, but he must overcome his father's antagonism as well. Written by Murray Chapman

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Taglines Old wine in a new bottle See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Zui quan II (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • Drunken Master II (Hong Kong, English title)
  • The Legend of Drunken Master (United States)
  • The Legend of Drunken Master (World-wide, English title)
  • Legend of the Drunken Master (United States)
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Runtime
  • 102 min
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Box Office

Budget $10,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $311,546,543, 10 Dec 2010

Did You Know?

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Trivia The seven-minute fight at the end of the movie took nearly four months to shoot. Jackie Chan indicated that one day's filming typically produces three seconds of usable film. See more »
Goofs During the fight with the mob, one of the axe-wielding thugs can be seen brandishing a crowbar. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Fist to Fist (2000). See more »
Crazy Credits Opening credits list Jackie Chan as "His stuntperson's double". See more »
Quotes Wong Fei-hung: [Drinking some very strong alcohol in the middle of a fight] What the hell is that?
Mrs. Wong: What does it mean when there's a picture of a skull?
Wong Fei-hung: Good stuff!!!
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