How many Drunken Master movies are there?

How many Drunken Master movies are there?

Zui quan1978
Drunken Master II1994
Drunken Master/Movies

What is drunken kung fu called?

Drunken boxing

The Eight Drunken Immortals
Also known as Zuiquan, Drunken Boxing, Drunken Fist, Drunken Style, Drunken Kungfu, Drunken Eight Immortals Boxing, Drunken Luohan Boxing, Wine/Alcohol Boxing
Focus Feints and deception
Country of origin Greater China
Olympic sport No

Is Drunken Master real?

Drunken Master established the cheeky image that stuck with Chan for most of his career. Drunken kung fu does really exist – moves using lurching movements and falling have been incorporated into Shaolin kung fu, for instance – although it is not a style in its own right, and does not actually involve alcohol.

Is Drunken Kung Fu effective?

The moves may seem feminine, but they are very powerful since they use moves that resemble a woman fighting. Since people are often confused or think less of this style, it is more effective. Also there are other family styles of drunken fist.

Who are the actors in the movie Drunken Master?

Cast overview, first billed only: Jackie Chan Wong Fei-Hung (as Jacky Chan) Siu-Tin Yuen Beggar So (as Yuen Hsiao Tien) Jang-Lee Hwang Jim Ti-Sam (as Huang Cheng Li) Dean Shek Ko Choi (as Shih Tien) Kau Lam Wong Kei-Ying (as Chiao Lin)

How long is the Chinese version of Drunken Master?

Some Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) versions have a running time of 110 minutes, whilst others are at approximately 95. With exception to a handful of home video releases, such gaps have often been filled with another language/dub, and/or removed. See more »

Where was Drunken Master with Jackie Chan filmed?

There is a clip (possibly a teaser or a deleted scene) in which Wong Fei-Hung (Jackie Chan) demonstrates drunken boxing on the front lawn of Beggar So’s home. The latter calls instructions throughout, with characters subsequently appearing on-screen.

Who is Beggar So in Legend of Drunken Master?

Wong Fei-Hung (Jackie Chan) is a mischievous, yet righteous young man, but after a series of incidents, his frustrated father has him disciplined by Beggar So (Siu Tin Yuen), a Master of drunken martial arts.