The story is set in both Hong Kong and the U.S. So goes to the U.S. to open a martial arts school. Around this time, many Chinese people were sold off to U.S. railroad companies, and were brutally treated by the Americans under the harsh working conditions. Thus, the American workers' hatred towards the Chinese immigrants is high. As a result, So gets into trouble with the Americans and the mob, and calls Master Wong for help.
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The DVD by Ritek is the only version of the movie with the original sync-sound Mandarin track. All other versions are dubbed without the cast's real voices. See more
(At around 54 mins) When Seven fights with his amnesiac master (Wong Fei-Hung), the former tries to imitate the behaviors and fighting styles of the villains who have fought with Wong in previous installments (i.e. to help his master to regain his memory). The two villains being imitated were Iron Robe Yim and Commander Lan from Once Upon a Time in China 1 and 2 respectively. See more
Released in two separate versions with dialogues in two Chinese dialects: Mandarin and Cantonese. See more
1 February 1997 (Hong Kong)
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Also Known As:
Once Upon a Time in China and America
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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