Police Woman (film)

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Police Woman
RumbleInHongKong DVDcover.jpg
DVD cover
Traditional 女警察
Simplified 女警察
Mandarin Nu jing cha
Cantonese Nui ging chaat
Directed by Hdeng Tsu
Produced by Hdeng Tsu
Wei Hai-feng
Written by Hdeng Tsu
Starring Lin Chiu
Charlie Chin
Jacky Chan
Music by Chou Fu-liang
Edited by Vincent Leung
Distributed by Great Earth Film Company
Release date(s)
  • 26 April 1973 (1973-04-26)
Running time 72 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

Police Woman (Chinese: 女警察, released in the United States as Rumble in Hong Kong) is a 1973 Hong Kong crime film written, produced and directed by Hdeng Tsu, who also co-stars in the film. The film stars Lin Chiu, Charlie Chin and Jacky Chan.

It is one of only two films in which Jackie Chan played as a villain (the other being Killer Meteors). The film was released in the Hong Kong on 26 April 1973.

Plot[edit]

Incriminating evidence against a gang is left in a cab when a gang member dies in it. The gang chases the innocent cab driver, who receives help from the dead gangster's sister a tough police woman.

Cast[edit]

  • Lin Chiu as Inspector Ho Wai-ma
  • Charlie Chin as Chin Chen
  • Jacky Chan as Mole Face Gang Leader
  • Chin Hu as Ho Mei-fong
  • Hdeng Tsu as Car Bomb Victim
  • Fung Yi as Inspector Fung
  • Helena Law as Taxi Dispatcher
  • Cheung Ng-long as Thug
  • Mang Ding-goh as Thug
  • Ho Gwong-ming as Thug
  • Yeh Tien-hsing as Thug
  • Li Wen-tai as Yuen Tai-heng
  • Betty Pei Ti as Sao Mei
  • Chiang Nan as Boss
  • Go Yeung as Taxi Company Owner
  • Michelle Yim as Girl harassed in park
  • Yuen Cheung-yan as Extra / Stunt
  • Chan Keung

Production[edit]

It is set and filmed at Hong Kong in 35 days on 8 June – 13 July 1972.

DVD release[edit]

USA Companies like Xenon & Madacy were releasing the film as Rumble In Hong Kong as a Jackie chan film to Capitalize his success with Rumble In The Bronx in 1996, and the release received negative reviews that it was not a jackie chan film, as the public said it was a Jackie chan ripoff that he was in a little bit of a scene. On 17 September 2001, DVD was released by Prism Leisure Corporation at the United Kingdom in Region 2.

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