醉拳II
Drunken Master II (1994)
Alias: Drunken Master 2
Alias: Legend of the Drunken Master
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Theatrical Run: 02/03/1994 - 03/16/1994
Box Office: HK $40,971,484.00
 
Director
  Liu Chia-Liang
 
Script
  Edward Tang Ging-Sang
  Yuen Kai-Chi
  Tong Man-Ming
 
Action Directors
  Liu Chia-Liang
  Jackie Chan's Stuntmen Association
 
Producers
  Edward Tang Ging-Sang
  Barbie Tung Wan-Si
  Eric Tsang Chi-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Jackie Chan ... Wong Fei-Hung
  Anita Mui Yim-Fong ... Ling
  Ti Lung ... Wong Kei-Ying
  Felix Wong Yat-Wah ... Fishmonger Tsan
  Liu Chia-Liang ... Fu Wen-Chi
  Hoh Wing-Fong ... Fun
  Cheung Chi-Gwong (1) ... Tso
  Bill Tung Biu ... General rewarding Ying
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... General's son
  Hon Yee-Sang ... Uncle Hing
  Ho Sung-Pak ... Henry
  Chin Ka-Lok ... Fo Sang
  Vindy Chan Wai-Yee ... Ling's friend at ABC Cafe
  Yvonne Yung Hung ... Ling's friend at ABC Cafe
  Ken Lo Wai-Kwong ... John
  Lau Ga-Yung ... Fishmonger Tsan's student
  Lau Siu-Ming ... Mr Chu
  Suki Kwan Sau-Mei ... Mrs Chu
  Pak Yan ... Mrs Chan
  Louis Roth ... British Consul
  Mark Houghton ... British military officer
  Wong San (2) ... Man in crowd outside cafe [cameo]
  Tai Bo (1) ... Man in crowd outside cafe [cameo]
  Alan Chan Kwok-Kuen ... Man in crowd outside cafe [cameo]
  Mars ... Man in crowd outside cafe [cameo]
  Bao Fang ... Foodstall boss at night market
  William Duen Wai-Lun ... Erhu player at night market
  Sze-Ma Wah-Lung ... Ying's friend at restaurant
  Ha Chun-Chau ... Ying's friend at restaurant
  Sandy Chan Gei-Ying ... Lily
  Chan Hiu-Ying (1)    
  Yu Sam-Lam    
  Tso Wing ... Wong family's maid
  Mark King ... Mr Smith
  Therese Renee ... Terese
  Vincent Tuatonne ... Council's fighter
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... Uncle Ho
  Hsu Hsia ... Axe Gang leader in green shirt
  Chan Tat-Kwong ... Henry's thug / Axe gang thug
  Rocky Lai Keung-Kun ... Henry's thug / Axe gang thug
  Go Shut-Fung ... Henry's thug
  Johnny Cheung Wa ... Henry's thug
  Sam Wong Ming-Sing ... Henry's thug
  Lai Sing-Kwong ... [Extra]
  Chen Chi-Hwa (1) ... [Extra]
  Wan Fat ... [Extra]
  Ng Kit-Keung ... [Extra]
 
Production Companies
  Paragon Films Ltd.
  Hong Kong Stuntman Association
 
Filming Company
  Golden Harvest Productions
 
Production Manager
  Sam Shia Wai-Sum
  Ng Kit-Keung
  Cheng Suk-Yee
  Kelly Chan Wai-Yeung
  Jojo Hui Yuet-Chun
 
Sound Recordist
  Golden Studios Ltd.
 
Art Director
  Li Ji-Xian
  Ho Kim-Sing
  Chu Kong
  Eddie Ma Poon-Chiu
 
Script Supervisor
  Max Yip Biu-Kei
 
Lighting
  Ng Man-Fai (2)
  Wong Shing-Foo
  Shun Yuk-Ming
  Lee Man-Chi (1)
 
Makeup
  Law Lai-Kuen (3)
  Chow Man-Guen
 
Props
  Guo Wan-Cai
  Ho Chieh-Fu
  Yeung Sai-Yan
 
Executive Director
  Frankie Chan Fan-Kei (1)
  Chen Chi-Hwa (1)
 
Cinematographer
  Jingle Ma Choh-Shing
  Tony Cheung Tung-Leung
  Cheung Yiu-Jo
  Nico Wong Man-Wan
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Costume Designer
  Ching Tin-Giu
  Liu Ying (1)
  Sukie Yip Suk-Wah
  Shing Fuk-Ying
 
Presenter
  Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung
 
Executive Producer
  Hon Yee-Sang
 
Assistant Director
  Fong Kam-Lik
  Lam Hak-Ming
  Kwan Yiu-Wing
  Wan Fat
 
Hair Stylist
  Lee Kuen (1)
  Wong Tim-Fook
 
Composer
  William Wu Wai-Lap
 
Assistant Action Director
  Lau Ga-Yung
  Mars
  Tony Leung Siu-Hung
  Ng Kit-Keung
  Wong Chi-Ming (1)
  Sam Wong Ming-Sing
  Chan Man-Ching (1)
  Nicky Li Chung-Chi
  Yuen Miu
  Dang Tak-Wing
  Lai Sing-Kwong
  Rocky Lai Keung-Kun
  Chan Tat-Kwong
  Choi Kwok-Keung
  Wong San-Gwan
  Wong Wai-Fai
 
 
 
Summary
 

Wong Fei Hung (Jackie Chan), his father (Ti Lung), and their servant are going home by train. Hung accidentally catches a great warrior (Liu Chia Liang) opening a box and mistakes him for a thief. In fact, the warrior was trying to secure a priceless sculpture that the foreigners have seized. Hung and the warrior get their boxes mixed up, and Hung's ginseng ends up with the warrior and the warrior's scukpture is now with Hung. Upon arriving home, Hung encounters some problems with the man who requested the ginseng, so his mother (Anita Mui) decides to sell her jewlry to buy new ginseng. Unfortunately they are one step too late, and when Hung's father finds out the truth, his fury drives Hung out of the house, where Hung is severely beaten by a kicker (Ken Lo) working for the British. Shortly after Hung is taken back, the warrior knocks on the door. He explains to Hung that if you let the foreigners take one sculpture, they will take all your sculptures. At this time, the British had already hired a gang to kill the warrior. When they succeed and steal the sculpture once again, Hung and his friend (Felix Wong) sneak into the embassy but get caught. To save his son, Hung's father must agree to sell his land to the British. Furthermore, mineworkers have discovered that the British are smuggling all kinds of treasure out of China. Enraged by the untolerable act, Hung and his friends rush to the embassy to save the mineworkers and protect China's treasures. But can Wong Fei Hung defeat the kicker who previously crushed him with ease?