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The Impossible Kid of Kung Fu (1982)

The Impossible Kid (original title)
Weng Weng is now working for the Manila branch of Interpol. The Chief sends him in the pursuit of Mr X, an arch villian with a white sock on his head, who is holding the Philippines to ... See full summary »

Director:

Eddie Nicart

Writers:

Cora Caballes (story idea) (as Cora C. Ridon), Greg Macabenta (screenplay) (as Greg B. Macabenta)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Weng Weng ... Agent 00
Romy Diaz Romy Diaz ... Senyor Manolo
Nina Sara Nina Sara ... Lolita
Tony Carreon Tony Carreon ... Don Simeon
Ben Johnson Ben Johnson ... Chief
Rene Romero Rene Romero ... Sgt Romero
Efren Lapid Efren Lapid ... Guest
Lita Vasquez Lita Vasquez ... Guest
Chicklet Moreno Chicklet Moreno ... Secretary
Ruben Ramos Ruben Ramos ... Abdul
Joe Cunanan Joe Cunanan ... Joe
Romy Nario Romy Nario ... Mr. X
Ben Morro Ben Morro ... Morro
Boy Bañes Boy Bañes ... Agent
Renato Morado Renato Morado ... Agent
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Storyline

Weng Weng is now working for the Manila branch of Interpol. The Chief sends him in the pursuit of Mr X, an arch villian with a white sock on his head, who is holding the Philippines to ransom. Two businessmen, Maolo and Simeon, pay the demands but Weng Weng suspects foul play and goes deep undercover to reveal the identity of Mr X. Written by Andrew Leavold

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Su estatura solo le permitía llegar a ciertas partes

Genres:

Action | Comedy

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Trivia

Weng Weng wears a John Travolta Saturday Night Fever (1977)-like white suit throughout the entire picture. See more »

Connections

Follows Agent 00 (1981) See more »

Soundtracks

The Impossible Kid
(Theme Song)
Sung by Ruby 'Tokem' Tia
Composed and Arranged by Pablo Vergara
Accompanied by Manila Symphony Orchestra
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Tiny-tastic
28 July 2016 | by BezenbySee all my reviews

There's bad guy balls need punching and Weng Weng, a man who is smaller than my six year old son, is just the guy we need. He's an interpol agent in a tiny white suit that the chicks all dig, and he's out to smash a gang of bad guys who are extorting money from a bunch of businessmen.

There's not much going on story wise but basically we want to see Weng Weng kicks everybody's arse (or balls, if we're being honest here) while girls swoon over him. He gets into various scrapes, gets locked in cages, hides in suitcases etc etc. There's some boobs, and a nice shoot out near the end when Weng Weng gets a hold of a machine gun, so nothing to worry about there.

What I did notice was the high amount of 'bad guy laughing' in the final third of the film, but that's to be expected. Not much to say about this one but it's available on Mill Creek's 50 Martial Arts Classics box set, which also includes the great Ninja Death series (which holds the record for the amount of times I've rewound a film because I couldn't believe what I was seeing). It's probably on YouTube too


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Country:

Philippines

Language:

English | Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

23 July 1982 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

The Impossible Kid of Kung Fu See more »

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