Drunken Master 2

Drunken Master 2 (1979)

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Corrected entry: When Fei Hung's stepmom is first shown playing Mahjong, she turns back-and-forth a few times and the women playing with her aren't seen anywhere. When she turns around the final time all of the women are there.

Correction: That is because the women are supposed to be behind the camera.

Sol Parker

Corrected entry: When the number one bad guy boots Jackie in to the coals, watch where he is off-camera, he sticks out half him arm and gives a thumbs-up within filming range by accident.

Correction: The villain was within camera at the time and there is no reason this does not fit into the story. The thumbs up was directed at his accomplice.

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During the last fight between Jackie Chan and that well-dressed man, after the man gets his vest torn off by Chan, there passes a fight sequence with no audio whatsoever; you would expect to hear grunts and groans and hits, but some seconds pass with no audio.



"Drunken Master 2" actually premiered in 1994, a remake/reboot of 1978's "Drunken Master" (both starring Jackie Chan). "Drunken Master 2" was later released in America as "The Legend of Drunken Master" in the year 2000.