Rare shot of Jackie with Bruce Lee on the set of “Enter the Dragon.”
"Spiritual Kung Fu" has some barely watchable aspects to it, like the bizarre red-wigged ghosts and the Lo Wei attempts at humor. But there are some pretty spectacular fight scenes not to be missed, such as Jackie’s fighting test with the 18 monks.
Jackie Chan versus Benny Urquidez from “Wheels on Meals.”
At one point this was voted the single greatest on screen fight in history by fans of the genre.Me? I love the fight but more for its gimmicks than its actual choreography. The whole “treat it like training” method Jackie adopts really gives the fight something original. But no, not my favourite fight of all time.
Jackie Chan (snake fist) takes on Hwang Jang Lee (eagle’s claw) in “Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow.”
The opening credits to “Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow.”
Fist of Fury. Bruce kicks and Jackie flies. “During the final fight scene, Bruce kicks me through a wall, my body flying fifteen feet before hitting the ground — at the time, that was the longest distance a Hong Kong stuntman had ever been thrown without some kind of safety device.” - I Am Jackie Chan
The 3 Brothers gettin’ it on in “Dragons Forever.” Why this didn’t happen on film more often is a crime.
7 Little Fortunes. Yuen Biao far right front. Jackie Chan far left. Yuen Wah next to Jackie. Is that Sammo behind Yuen Biao? Not sure.
Jackie Chan’s last truly great film, “Drunken Master 2.”
I’m not sure we’ll see anything like this from Jackie again. He was 40 years old when he made it and, to this day, it contains some of his great one-on-one exchanges.
Jackie Chan’s brutal playground fight in “Police Story 2.”