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Kung Fu Rascals (1992)

PG-13 | | Family
In order to restore their village to it's former glory, the Kung Fu Rascals must go on a quest to find a power most...BIG. The evil Bamboo Man sends out his forces to teach the Rascals a ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve Wang
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Steve Wang Steve Wang ... Chen Chow Mein
Troy Fromin ... Lao Ze
Johnnie Saiko ... Reepo (as Johnnie S. Espiritu)
Les Claypool ... Sherriff of Ching Wa County
'Evil' Ted Smith 'Evil' Ted Smith ... Dar Ling / Bamboo Man from Ka Pow / Meta Spartan (as Ted Smith)
Aaron Simms Aaron Simms ... Ba Foon
Wyatt Weed Wyatt Weed ... Raspmutant the Mad Monk
Cleve Hall ... Old Wise Guy
Matt Rose Matt Rose ... Torture Master
Michelle McCrary Michelle McCrary ... Meesha The Spider Witch
Marion Paras Marion Paras ... Kimono Girl
Ed Yang Ed Yang ... Neo Titan
Michael Deak ... Angry Ninja (as Mike Deak)
Moto Hata Moto Hata ... Sushi Chief (as Motoyoshi Hata)
Mike Jolly Mike Jolly ... Ninja
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In order to restore their village to it's former glory, the Kung Fu Rascals must go on a quest to find a power most...BIG. The evil Bamboo Man sends out his forces to teach the Rascals a lesson in kung fu etiquette. Who will triumph? Only the Old Wise Guy knows. Written by ddeuel-95694

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Family

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PG-13
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

The Adventures of the Kung Fu Rascals See more »

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Stereo

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Color
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Trivia

A more expensive remake of a feature-length amateur movie that Steve Wang worked on with several friends in the early 1980s. See more »

Quotes

Lao Ze: I can't believe you just spit on my new kung-fu shoes.
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Featured in Guyver: Dark Hero (1994) See more »

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Great Spoof
18 September 2001 | by RavarienSee all my reviews

Back in the early - mid 90's, my friends and I came across this little flick that soon became all the rave for our little cult of viewing pleasure. This movie is without a doubt a must see for any person who is into the old Hong Kong Kung Fu movies that I had grown up on watching late at night on the local mandarin channel (Midnight Kung Fu Theatre, baby!).

This movie is all about laughs, do not take it seriously as a "Kung Fu" flick... it's more of a spoof of asian films. I would say this movie is made up of three mixes. It's part Jacky Chan, part Godzilla and part American Westerns. This movie is incredibly funny for those who have are in the mood for childish humor, and have an understanding of asian cinema.


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