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China Pasty POSTER Movie (27 x 40 Inches - 69cm x 102cm) (1989)
China Pasty POSTER Movie (27 x 40 Inches - 69cm x 102cm) (1989) by Decorative Wall Poster

  • China White ( 27 x 40 Inches - 69cm x 102cm ) Poster - Not a DVD
  • Imperfections that you see in the Amazon image will also be in the...
  • The condition is brand new. No pinholes or tape and has never been...

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This is a brand new single sided reproduction print of a China White poster. The paper size is approximately 27 x 40 Inches - 69cm x 102cm

The condition of this item is brand new - mint condition. No pinholes or tape and has never been hung or displayed.

Paper size may not be exact so we recommend waiting until you receive the poster to purchase a frame.

This quality reproduction makes a great gift and is perfect for framing.

CAST: Billy Drago, Russell Wong, Lisa Schrage, Steven Leigh, Ka-Kui Ho, Victor Hon, Ricky Ho, Feng Ku; DIRECTED BY: Ronny Yu;

Jackie Chan's Police Story Series 1985 - 2013 - ScreenAnarchy (blog)

Recently I have been going through my old Hong Kong movie catalogue and have re-watched a number of classics and not so classics. With this I decided to recheck one of Jackie Chan’s most popular series of films, The Police Story series, which began back in 1985, with the latest instalment only being a few years ago in 2013. Police Story – 1985. Jackie Chan had previously... In 1985 Jackie Chan tried once more to break the Hollywood market. His attempt at this turned out to be James Glickenhaus’ The Protector (1985). The film turned out to be a financial and critical failure, which resulted in Chan returning to Hong Kong. Chan has went on record voicing his disappointment with how The Protector turned out, stating that it wasn’t his style of film as it was overly violent with copious amounts of nudity. Due to this Chan re-edited a version of The Protector for the Hong Kong market, removing and also reshooting certain scenes to make it feel more like a traditional Jackie Chan film. Like the American cut, the Hong Kong version of The Protector was also a failure. Due to Chan’s frustration and disappointment, he decided he would make his own police film without the interference of a Hollywood studio or director. It would prove to be one of Chan’s finest achievements and even to this day is still on many people’s top ten lists of the best action movies ever made. Chan plays Hong Kong Police Officer Chan Ka Kui. The film opens with him and his team infiltrating a shanty town in order to capture a big time drug boss. Of course everything goes to hell, and Chan ends up having to capture the boss and his gang single handed. This has Chan taking part in some of the best stunt work an audience will probably see in an action film, let alone a Hong Kong action film. To capture the drug dealers, Chan ends up driving a car through the shanty town, destroying everything in his way, barely missing pedestrians. The chase ends with Chan stopping the double-decker suddenly and two stuntmen fly through the top windows, painfully hitting the tarmac. Source:

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  • Jackie Chan's Police Story Series 1985 - 2013

    08/24/16 ,via ScreenAnarchy (blog)

    Ho sadly died in 1998. Jackie Chan co-wrote the screenplay with Edward Tang. Chan has had a hand in writing a number of his own films such as Miracles (1989), Armour of God 2: Operation Condor (1991) as well as the first two Police Story films amongst

  • Veteran HK actor William Ho, 66, dies

    01/30/15 ,via AsiaOne

    Major Chinese dailies reported that renowned Hong Kong actor William Ho Ka-kui had died at the age of 66. Ho succumbed to organ failure on Tuesday morning after being ill for some time. Popularly known as one of the "Four Great Villains" in the Hong 


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  • Jackie Chan's Police Story Series 1985 - 2013

    08/24/16 ,via

    Ka Kui ends up framed for the murder of a fellow police officer ... As well as Stanley Tong himself, Mak Wai-Cheung, Dang Tak-Wing, Ho Hon-Chau, Sit Chun-Wai, Chan Man-Ching and Wong Ming-Sing all contributed to the action choreography throughout the ...

  • Ho Ka Kui Boniface

    03/18/16 ,via Blood Horse

    An athletic Starcraft gelding was the standout at the March 18 Hong Kong International Sale at Sha Tin Racecourse as the hammer dropped at HK$8.5 million (US$1,103,896) on the purchase by Liu Yu Wen.

  • HKSAR Film No Top 10 Box Office

    01/31/15 ,via

    Ho Ka Kui's wake will take place on February 10th at the Kowloon Funeral Parlor and the funeral will take place on the 11th as the remains will be transported to Cape Collinson Crematorium for cremation. Because Ka Kui had no children, his ashes will be ...


Ka-Kui Ho - IMDb

Ka-Kui Ho, Actor: Lik wong. Ka-Kui Ho was born on March 14, 1951 in Kowloon City, Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. He is known for his work on Riki-Oh: The Story of ...

Ho Ka-kui - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Ho Ka-kui (Chinese: 何家駒, March 14, 1948 – January 27, 2015) was a Hong Kong Chinese actor in the 1970s. He was born in Kowloon City, China.

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