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Police Woman (1973)

Nu jing cha (original title)
PG-13 | | Action, Crime | 26 April 1973 (Hong Kong)
Ho Mei Fong is a young woman in trouble, running from a gang of criminals with something of importance hidden in her purse. She dies in Chien Chen's taxi while trying to escape, but not ... See full summary »


Mu Chu (as Hdeng Tsu)


Mu Chu (screenplay)

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Credited cast:
Charlie Chin ... Cab driver
Qiu Yuen ... Ho Mai-Hua (as Chiu Lin)
Betty Pei Ti Betty Pei Ti ... Shao Mei
Chin Hu Chin Hu ... Ho Mei-Fang
Jackie Chan ... Gang Leader (as Jacky Chan)
Nan Chiang Nan Chiang ... The Boss
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chiang Chen Chiang Chen
John Cheung John Cheung ... Thug (as Wu-Lang Chang)
Mu Chu Mu Chu ... Car bomb victim (Guest star)
Chuen-chuen Fang Chuen-chuen Fang
Yi Feng Yi Feng ... Inspector Fung (as Yi Fung)
Kwong Ming Ho Kwong Ming Ho ... Thug
Lan Law ... Radio Dispatch (Guest star)
Wen Tai Li Wen Tai Li ... Yuen Tai-Heng
Ting Gou Meng Ting Gou Meng


Ho Mei Fong is a young woman in trouble, running from a gang of criminals with something of importance hidden in her purse. She dies in Chien Chen's taxi while trying to escape, but not before hiding the purse. Chien Chen is now involved whether he likes it or not, along with Ho Mei's sister, who turns out to be an undercover Hong Kong policewoman. They must solve the mystery of the missing purse and what it contained, while being pursued by the criminals and their hired thugs (led by Jackie Chan). Written by obloco

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Release Date:

26 April 1973 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Police Woman See more »

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Great Earth Film Company See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The only film where Jackie Chan assumes the role of the villain. See more »


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I guess I saw a better cut
23 March 2011 | by PromontoriumSee all my reviews

From reading about the edits, and people's complaints, I think I've seen a much better cut.

Certainly the physical quality is that of a 70s low budget Hong Kong film, but that's understandable.

The story I watched made perfect sense. It had a logical ending, and overall I enjoyed it. I suppose if you're watching this purely for Jackie Chan, you will be disappointed. And I agree it is dishonest retro marketing to label it a Jackie movie. I saw a copy of Cannon Ball Run in Hong Kong that had Jackie Chan on the cover and said "Starring Jackie Chan" obviously Hong Kong loves their boy, get used to it.

Purely as a film I though it had decent action, a good story and I enjoyed the overall tone. I've seen a lot (probably not even half) of Chan's films, I think this did more to showcase his skills than everything he's done in America from Rush Hour on. He does some serious stunts here, he hit hard, he's quick. He even gets to fight the final showdown with the protagonist.

There are some problems. 1. Apparently the original name was Police Woman, there is a female cop protagonist, but she's given a supporting role, only appearing at the very beginning, and towards the end. 2. The dubbing is bad, the voice acting is very good, but the dialog is often off timed, which is a minor annoyance, the dubbing audio quality is as bad as it can get without being inaudible. 3. Some scenes are choppy, but there is one big screwed up edit that comes in right before the climax, it's so bad you have to pretend you didn't see it or nothing makes sense. 4. It might be a casualty of aspect crossovers, but many of the scenes seem to have the camera off to the side, missing the action. As with the editing and dubbing, your experience may vary based on which cut you have.

I enjoyed this simple city story about a taxi driver crossing paths with a street gang, I enjoyed that the "good citizens" and friends backed him up (going against the cliché' 'go it alone' story) I enjoyed the action, with Charlie Chin and Qiu Yuen as the unstoppable good guys, and the antagonists led by Jackie Chan actually being able to fight.

My votes are usually similar to the IMDb score, altogether, I think if everyone saw the copy I did this film would be rated much higher, at least a 6, I give it a 7/10 because I can overlook the dubbing issues and scratchy film quality which certainly didn't exist when it premiered.

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