Warriors Two

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Warriors Two
Hong Kong film poster
Traditional 贊先生與找錢華
Simplified 赞先生与找钱华
Mandarin Zàn Xiān Sheng Yǔ Zhǎo Qián Huá
Cantonese Zaan3 Sin1 Saang1 Jyu2 Zaau2 Cin2 Wa4
Directed by Sammo Hung
Produced by Raymond Chow
Written by Sammo Hung
Starring Bryan Leung
Sammo Hung
Casanova Wong
Fung Hak-on
Billy Chan
Dean Shek
Cinematography Ricky Lau
Distributed by Golden Harvest
Release date
  • 28 December 1978 (1978-12-28)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Warriors Two (Chinese: 贊先生與找錢華) is a 1978 Hong Kong martial arts film written and directed by Sammo Hung, who also co-stars in the film. The film stars Bryan Leung, Casanova Wong and Fung Hak-on. Leung plays the character of the historical figure, Leung Jan (or Leung Tsan), a well-known early practitioner of the Wing Chun style of kung fu. Leung's association with Wing Chun can be considered as the equivalent of Wong Fei-hung's association with the Hung Gar style.

Along with The Prodigal Son, Warriors Two is considered one of the best martial arts film displaying the authentic version of the Wing Chun style. Despite the title, Warriors Two is not a sequel. Rather it refers to the two main warriors of the film, and the literal translation of the Hong Kong title is "Mr. Tsang and Cashier Hua".


Mr. Tsan/ Leung Jan (Bryan Leung), is a doctor and master of Wing Chun, whose martial lineage traces back to the style's founder. He is grudgingly persuaded by Fei Chun (Sammo Hung), his lead student, to teach kung fu to Cashier Hua/ Chan Wah Shun (Casanova Wong), a patient hiding out at his residence. Hua had previously overheard a businessman named Mo (Fung Hak-on) and several of his men plotting to take over the town by killing the head of the town. Unfortunately, Hua made the mistake of warning Mo's wormy henchman, Master Yao (Dean Shek) and a trap was set that nearly cost the poor cashier his life. Whilst in hiding, Hua sends Fei Chun to warn the town head. Ignores the advice, the town head is later attacked by Mo's men, although it is unclear whether he escapes or is killed after a protracted fight.

Meanwhile, Tsan runs Hua through an elaborate series of Wing Chun training sessions before he falls victim to a vicious trap set by Mo who has learned of Hua's whereabouts. With nothing left to lose, Hua, Fei Chun, and Tsan's niece split up to use specific Wing Chun styles against Mo's leading fighters. Trouble mounts when it is discovered that Fei mixed up the fighter's names and each of Tsan's students have to improvise in order to win against their opponents.


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