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Petaling Street Warriors (2011)

Set against the background of Petaling Street in 1908, Petaling Street Warriors tells the story of a pair of married couple, Shi Duyao (Mark Lee) and Zhung Lichun (Yeo Yann Yann), who ... See full summary »


James Lee, Sampson Yuen


Boon Siang Lim (screenplay)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Lee ... Shi Duyao
Yann Yann Yeo ... Zhung Lichun
Namewee ... Liu Kun (as NameWee)
Chris Tong ... Xiao Ju
Sunny Pang ... Wilson Ng
Frederick Ming Zhong Lee ... Ma Fuyi (as Frederick Lee)
Ramasundran Ramasundran ... Rajoo (as Ramasundran Rengan) (as Ramasundran)
Alvin Wong Alvin Wong ... Yong Kok
Hui Yee Gan Hui Yee Gan ... Mahjie
Brenden Yuen Brenden Yuen ... Head of Cantonese Gang (as Brendan Yuen)
John Cheng ... Head of Hokkien Gang (as John Cheng) (as Yeow Nam Cheng)
Cheong Hoe Chee Cheong Hoe Chee ... Fortune teller
Yuhang Ho ... Three Knives Gang
Jack Neo
Henry Thia ... Casino boss Jay Chow


Set against the background of Petaling Street in 1908, Petaling Street Warriors tells the story of a pair of married couple, Shi Duyao (Mark Lee) and Zhung Lichun (Yeo Yann Yann), who operate a Hokkien mee stall in Petaling Street, where they suffer from the inefficiency of the colonial government and suppression by the Chinese gangsters. While trying to impress his wife, Duyao encounters a mysterious yet strikingly beautiful kungfu expert, Xiaoju (Chris Tong), who claims that Duyao is a descendant of the missing Emperor Jianwen of the Ming Dynasty. To stop a group of Qing warriors and Japanese ninjas from robbing a treasure map that Duyao doesn't even know he has, Lichun and her cousin, Liu Kun (Namewee), finally reveal their kungfu, turning Petaling Street into the ultimate battleground. Facing enemies of unthinkable powers, could Duyao unravel the mystery of his real identity and come to his wife's rescue just in time? Written by Juita Entertainment

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Heroes are not made. They are born in Petaling Street.


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Did You Know?


The main character, Shi Duyao, often utters a catchphrase "jidut". While "ji" is understood to be "chicken" in Mandarin, "dut" has no meaning. As he uses "jidut" to express his happy and upset moods, "jidut" could either mean "damn it" or "hell, yeah", depending on the situations. See more »

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Not funny a Hong Kong style but in Malaysia?
4 November 2020 | by euroasiangeneticSee all my reviews

At first I like this film but then as long it went the more bored I got with it, the humor just wasn't funny it was pretentious.

Also a lot of cheap gay humor that feels old and really not necessarily.

I was very surprised and disappointed, only a Hong Kong trash movie can do something ridiculous like this but this one is from Malaysia and that broke my heart, because I really want to like this film but I don't.

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Release Date:

1 December 2011 (Malaysia) See more »

Also Known As:

Da ying xiong, xiao nan ren See more »

Filming Locations:

Perak, Malaysia


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MYR3,000,000 (estimated)

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