Last Hero in China

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Last Hero in China
Last Hero In China DVDcover.jpg
DVD cover art
Traditional 黃飛鴻之鐵雞鬥蜈蚣
Simplified 黄飞鸿之铁鸡斗蜈蚣
Mandarin Huáng Fēihóng Zhī Tiě Jī Dòu Wúgōng
Cantonese Wong4 Fei1-hong4 Zi1 Tit3 Gai1 Dau2 Ng4-gung1
Directed by Wong Jing
Produced by Jet Li
Written by Wong Jing
Starring Jet Li
Alan Chui Chung-San
Sharla Cheung
Dicky Cheung
Bryan Leung
Anita Yuen
Natalis Chan
Gordon Liu
Music by James Wong
Mark Lui
Sherman Chow
Cinematography Jingle Ma
Tom Lau
Ma Goon-wa
Chan Kwong-hung
Edited by Poon Hung
Win's Movie Productions
Eastern Production Unit
Distributed by Golden Harvest
Gala Film Distribution Ltd.
Release date
  • 1 April 1993 (1993-04-01)
Running time
108 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$18,178,129

Last Hero in China is a 1993 Hong Kong–Chinese martial arts film written and directed by Wong Jing. It is a derivative of the Once Upon a Time in China film series, and unlike other imitations, it can be considered a spin-off or parody to some extent.[citation needed] It was released after the first three films in the Once Upon a Time in China franchise. The film starred Jet Li as Chinese martial arts master and folk hero of Cantonese ethnicity, Wong Fei-hung and the action choreography was done by Yuen Woo-ping. However Last Hero in China differs greatly in tone from the Once Upon a Time in China films as it contains stronger elements of violence and broader, more slapstick, comedy.[citation needed] The film has 4 easter eggs: a Lifebuoy poster in 1894,[1] a staff of the Monkey King, a guandao and Ne Zha's Universe Ring

Alternate titles[edit]

  • Claws of Steel (dvd release Jan 22, 2003)
  • Deadly China Hero (dvd release Jan 27, 2004)
  • Iron Rooster vs. Centipede (dvd release Jan 7, 2005)


Wong Fei-Hung now has his own school of Kung fu, but its premises have become too small for his numerous students. Two of his disciples, Leung and So succeed in finding an agreement with the owner of a vacant house. The school thus changes location... Unfortunately, Wong Fei-Hung's new school building is next to a "love hotel", which is unacceptable for the Master, although less so for his young students. What's worse, a new general wants Wong gone at any cost, for fear that he will reveal the general's dirty secrets...


  • Jet Li as Wong Fei-hung
  • Alan Chui Chung-San as Lui Yat-siu
  • Sharla Cheung as Ti Yin-er
  • Dicky Cheung as So
  • Bryan Leung as Leung Foon
  • Anita Yuen as Miss Nine
  • Natalis Chan as Mass Tar Wong
  • Kingdom Yuen as San Gu
  • Linda Cheung as hooker
  • Gordon Liu as Master Liu Hung
  • Dion Lam as convicted robber and rapist
  • Wong Tin-lam as member of Moral Reform Society
  • Pak Man-biu as Uncle Cheung
  • Szema Wah Lung as member of four com. associations
  • Law Ho-kai as Robert
  • Chung Fat as Yuen Lung
  • Yuen Miu as Yuen Po
  • Jimmy Au as Yuen Fu
  • Julie Lee as woman chased through the woods
  • Jackson Ng as young master molesting Yin-er
  • Jue Tit-who as Yin-er's father
  • Isabel Leung as hooker
  • Gam Biu as magistrate
  • Chun Kwai-bo as Nun Yah's bad monk
  • Chu Tau as constable who beat Mass Tar Wong
  • Chow Gam-kong as young master's servant
  • Lui Tat as master of Nun Yah Temple
  • Ku Tin-yi as hooker
  • Roy Filler as Benjamin
  • Chan Siu-wah as monk
  • Ling Chi-hung as landlord's representative
  • Lee Hang as constable
  • Lam Kwok-git as constable / Master Wong's disciple
  • Cheung Chun-hung as Master Wong's disciple
  • So Wai-naam as Master Wong's disciple
  • Ho Si-wan
  • Lam Foo-wai


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