Once Upon a Time in China and America ()

Wong fei hung VI: Sai wik hung see (original title)
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Following an ambush in his visit to America, Wong Fei-hung becomes separated from his fellow travelers and suffers memory loss.


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Wong Fei-Hung
13th Aunt
Seven (as Xiong Xin Xin)
Talkative So (as Chan Kwok Pong)
Joseph Sayah ...
Bandit Leader (as Joe Sayah)
Sarah, the Indian Girl (as Chrysta Bell Zucht)
Kong Lung ...
Uncle Lone (as Patrick Lung)
Uncle Han
William Fung ...
Immigrant Worker
Immigrant Worker
Ryon Marshall
Rival Tribe Indian Brave
Gavin Perry
Chris Doughton
Freddy Joe
Jason De Hoyos ...
Fierce Eagle (as Jason Dehoyos)
Flying Eagle
Steve Beasley
Thomas Worrell ...
(as Tommy Worrell)
Glenn Brown
Curtis Kollar
Raymundo Quiñones ...
(as Raymundo Quinonez)
Richard W. Cox ...
(as Rick Cox)
Ron Ring
Jason Leppo
Pancho Sanchez
Juddson Keith Linn ...
(as Juddson Linn)
Dean Seltzer ...
Mayor's Assistant
Ron Rondeaux
Carlos Alvarado
Vidal Rodrignez
Albert S. Old Crow
Jason Scott
Mike Mireles
Gillet Gret
Tony Halstead
Mum (as Deborah Hooker)
Micah Leonard
Alex Louviere
Barry Simpton
Tim Santos
Take Shanklin
Matt J. Vazquez
Harrell Floyd
Michael Bowlin ...
(as Michael R. Bowlin)
Barry Stewart
Dave Crowe
Robert Hooker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Redhaired Warrior (as Gillet Gret)
Lion Dance Drummer
Gine Lui ...
Lung's wife
Kerry Wallum
Railroad Laborer
Jerry S. Wu ...
Railroad Worker
Susan the Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Bandito / Gang of seven (uncredited)
W. Glenn Malmskog ...
Member of Gang of 7 (uncredited)
Extra (uncredited)
Indian (uncredited)
Inn Keeper (uncredited)
Gil Raymer ...
Mayor's Assistant (uncredited)

Directed by

Sammo Kam-Bo Hung ... (as Sammo Hung)

Written by

Cheuk-Hon Szeto ... (written by) (as Szeto Chek Hon) &
Sharon Hui ... (written by) &
Mei-Yee Sze ... (written by) (as Sze Mei Yee) &
Phillip Chung-Fung Kwok ... (written by) (as Philip Kwok) &
Man Sing So ... (written by) (as So man Sing)

Produced by

Tiffany Chen ... administrative producer
Kin-Nam Cho ... co-producer (as Dick Tso)
Rita Fung ... associate producer
Hark Tsui ... producer (as Tsui Hark)
Alan Noel Vega ... line producer

Music by

Lowell Lo ... (as Lo Kung Ting)

Cinematography by

Walter Gregg ... director of photography

Film Editing by

Marco Mak ... (as Mak Chi Sin)

Editorial Department

Chi Wai Chan ... assistant to editor (as Chan Chi Wai)
Kwan Lok Leung ... post-production assistant (as Leung Kwan Lok)
Helen Li ... post-production assistant

Art Direction by

Horace Ma

Set Decoration by

Brent Houghton

Costume Design by

William Fung

Makeup Department

Siu-Mui Chau ... hair stylist (as Chau Siu Mui)
Yu Lai Cheng ... makeup artist
Stephen B. Robinson ... makeup artist
Janet Tallent-Dickson ... key makeup artist

Production Management

William Brent Bell ... production manager
Wing-Wai Chin ... production manager (as Chin Wing Wai)
Peggy Lee ... executive production manager
Gine Lui ... assistant production manager
Bonnie Shum ... assistant production manager
Monty Simons ... production manager
Yun Tao ... post-production manager
Shirley Yung ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Jennifer T. Lacey ... second second assistant director
Sharon Lam ... second assistant director
Ke-Ming Lin ... first assistant director (as Lam Hark Ming)
Chia-Yung Liu ... second unit director (as Lau Ka Wing)
Lemon Liu ... dga trainee
Sylvia Liu ... first assistant director

Art Department

Sai-Hung Chow ... assistant art director (as Chau Sai Hung)
Matt Frederick ... set dresser
Yui Nung Leung ... props master (as Leung Yiu Lung)
Fung-San Lui ... assistant art director (as Sandy Lui)
Chui Wu ... assistant props (as Wu Chui)

Sound Department

Thadd Day ... boom operator
Michael J. Fox ... supervising sound editor
Alex Herrera ... boom operator
Mack Melson ... sound mixer
Peter Nubile ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

Margaret Johnson ... special effects supervisor
Randy E. Moore ... special effects coordinator


David Alvarado ... stunts
Van Ayasit ... stunts
Yiu Lun Chan ... stuntman (as Chan Yiu Lun)
Wing Cho ... assistant martial arts director
Kwok-Keung Choi ... stuntman (as Choi Kwok Keung)
Sammy Fan ... stuntman
Gilley Grey ... stunt double
Mu-Ting Kong ... stuntman
Huen Chiu Ku ... stunt double: Jet Li (as Ku Huen Chiu)
W. Glenn Malmskog ... stunts
Mars ... stunts (as Chiang Wing Fat)
John McEnerney ... stunt performer / stunt rigger
Kerry Wallum ... stunts
Chor-Wah Wong ... stuntman (as Wong Cho Wan)
Qang Hong Zhao ... stuntman

Camera and Electrical Department

Hondo Aguilar ... video assist operator
Yossi Cohen ... grip
Justin DeGuire ... film loader
Matt Frederick ... assistant camera
Jeremy Graham ... best boy electric
Eric Hammond ... assistant camera
Paul Hui ... still photographer
Johnny Koo ... director of photography: third unit
Jim T. Lacy ... key grip: F Camera, F Troop
Raymond Lam ... director of photography: second unit
Eric Montes ... electrician: second unit
John Nolan ... best boy grip
Barry Norwood ... first assistant camera: second unit
Michael Off ... gaffer: second unit
Jorge A. Quiñonez ... electrician
Robert B. Reynolds ... gaffer
David Wexler ... gaffer: third unit
Michael 'Rodi' Rodia ... grip (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Man Kit Chow ... wardrobe assistant
Rosa Chow ... costume assistant
Mabel Kwan ... costume assistant (as Mable Kwan)
Chuen Tung Tse ... wardrobe assistant (as Tse Chuen Tung)

Transportation Department

Joseph E. Jones ... transportation coordinator
Knut Kielpinski ... production driver
Mark E. Mobley ... transportation coordinator

Additional Crew

Manolescu Bogdan N. ... production assistant
Charles Heung ... presenter
Sammo Kam-Bo Hung ... martial arts director (as Sammo Hung)
Gine Lui ... assistant production manager
Joey O'Bryan ... production assistant
Vicki L. Sawyer ... assistant production coordinator
Leo Sze ... production accountant
Amy Thompson ... assistant to producer
April Wood ... production coordinator

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Plot Summary

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. Written by Eugene Wu

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Also Known As
  • Huang Fei Hong 6: Xi yu xiong shi (Hong Kong, Mandarin title)
  • Once Upon a Time in China and America (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Once Upon a Time in China and America (United States)
  • Once Upon a Time in China and America (World-wide, English title)
  • Once Upon a Time in China and America (United Kingdom)
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  • 102 min
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Budget $12,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

Trivia This is First and only Wong Fei-Hung film shot in the US. See more »
Goofs (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 »
Movie Connections Featured in Stregeria (2003). See more »

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