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Drunken Master II (醉拳二, Jui Kuen II) is a 1994 Hong Kong action-comedy kung fu film directed by Lau Kar-leung and starring Jackie Chan as Chinese martial arts master and a Cantonese folk hero, Wong Fei-hung. It was Chan's first traditional style martial arts film since Fearless Hyena Part II (1983). The film was released in North America as The Legend of Drunken Master in 2000.

The film is a sequel to Chan's 1978 film Drunken Master, directed by Yuen Woo-ping. Another film, Drunken Master III (1994, directed by Lau Kar-Leung) features little in common with either this or its predecessor, and is not considered a sequel.[by whom?] In 2005, Drunken Master II was named one of the top 100 best films of all time by Time magazine. In 2015, the British Film Institute (BFI) selected Drunken Master II as one of the ten best action movies of all time.

Dubbing History[]

In 1994, an English dub of the film would be produced and released in most international markets. The voice cast is currently unknown; however, the dub was likely recorded in Los Angeles as some releases credit Doug Stone Enterprises for providing the English dialogue.[1]

In 2001, the film would be distributed to the US by Dimension Films under a new title The Legend of Drunken Master. Much like the previous dub, this dub would also be recorded in Los Angeles with Jackie Chan returning to dub his own voice. This dub is also known to have had several edits done to it; such as replacing William Hu's original music score with a new one by Michael Wandmacher, changing all the sound effects, and most notably of all removing the infamous blind boxing scene from the ending, finding it to be in bad taste.

Some releases of the original also remove this ending, by abruptly ending the film after the final fight.


Character Original Actor Export Dub Dimension Dub
Wong Fei-hung Jackie Chan Jackie Chan
Ling Anita Mui Bridget Hoffman
Wong Kei-ying Ti Lung Steve Bulen
Fishmonger Tsang Felix Wong
Fu Wen-chi Lau Kar-leung
Fun Ho Wing-fong
Fo-sang Chin Kar-lok
Marlon Lau Kar-yung
Tso Ram Chiang
John Ken Lo
Henry Ho-Sung Pak
Zhang Xueliang Andy Lau
Mrs. Chiu Suki Kwan
Mr. Chiu Lau Siu-ming
Larry Wong Shing
Curly Chan Kwok-kuen
Moe Tai Po
Lily Sandy Chan
Mrs. Chan Yan Pak
Terese Therese Renee
Bruno Vincent Tuatanne
Smith Mark Houghton

Additional Voices[]

Video Releases[]

Distributor Year Format Dub Region Country
Dimension Home Video 2001 VHS Dimension NTSC United States United States
TBA 2002 2
Denmark Denmark
Hollywood Pictures 2003 Spain Spain
Dimension Home Video 2009 BD A
United States United States
Studio Canal 2012 B
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Spain Spain
Deltamac Co. Ltd. 2018 BD Export B
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Warner Bros. A
South Korea South Korea
Japan Japan
2021 A
United States United States
2022 Japan Japan


See Also[]

  • Drunken Master

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