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Filmography

Year Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1962 Big and Little Wong Tin Bar 大小黄天霸 child actor
1963 The Love Eterne 梁山伯與祝英台 child actor
1964 The Story of Qin Xiang Lin 秦香蓮 child actor
1966 The Eighteen Darts (Part 1) 兩湖十八鏢 (下集) child actor aka Seven Little Tigers (Part 1)
The Eighteen Darts (Part 2) 兩湖十八鏢(上集) child actor aka Seven Little Tigers (Part 2)
Come Drink with Me 大醉俠 child actor Jackie Chan is rumored to have appeared in film.
1971 A Touch of Zen 俠女 supporting role
1972 Fist of Fury 精武門 stuntman
He qi dao 合氣道 Black Bear student (uncredited)
1973 Enter the Dragon 龍爭虎鬥 "prisoner" (cameo)
stuntman
Facets of Love 北地胭脂 (cameo)
Not Scared to Die 頂天立地 "Si To" (cameo)
stunt co-ordinator
aka Eagle Shadow Fist
Kung Fu Girl 鐵娃 "villain" (cameo)
stunt co-ordinator
aka Attack of the Kung Fu Girls
aka None but the Brave
aka The Heroine
Little Tiger of Canton 廣東小老虎 "Jackie"
stunt co-ordinator
aka Cub Tiger from Kwang Tung
Freedom Strikes a Blow 碼頭大決鬥 stunt co-ordinator aka Chinese Hercules
1974 Fists of the Double K 除霸 (cameo)
stuntman
aka Fist to Fist
The Golden Lotus 金瓶雙艷 "pear seller" (cameo)
Police Woman 女警察 "gang member" (cameo)
stunt co-ordinator
aka Rumble in Hong Kong, Young Tiger and Heroine
This film was marketed as a Jackie Chan film, although he only made a cameo appearance
Supermen Against the Orient 四王一后 stuntman
stunt co-ordinator
1975 All in the Family 花飛滿城春 "rickshaw driver"
Bruce Lee and I 李小龍與我 (cameo)
No End of Surprises 拍案驚奇 (cameo)
The Himalayan 密宗聖手 stuntman
The Young Dragons 鐵漢柔情 stunt co-ordinator
1976 New Fist of Fury 新精武門之精武拳 "Lung"
Dance of Death 舞拳 stunt co-ordinator aka Eternal Conflict
Shaolin Wooden Men 少林木人巷 "Tiger"
stunt co-ordinator
aka Shaolin Chamber of Death
aka Shaolin Wooden Men: Young Tiger's Revenge
Hand of Death 少林門 "Tan Feng" aka Countdown in Kung Fu
Killer Meteors 風雨雙流星 "Immortal Meteor"
stunt co-ordinator
aka The Killer Meteors, Jackie Chan vs. Wang Yu
The Private Eyes 半斤八兩 stuntman aka Mr. Boo 1: The Private Eyes
1977 The 36 Crazy Fists 三十六迷形拳 supporting role
stunt co-ordinator
aka The Blood Pact
To Kill with Intrigue 劍花煙雨江南 "Cao Lei"
stunt co-ordinator
1978 Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin 蛇鶴八步 "Hsu Yiu Fong"
stunt co-ordinator
Magnificent Bodyguards 飛渡捲雲山 "Lord Ting Chung"
stunt co-ordinator
Snake in the Eagle's Shadow 蛇形刁手 "Chien Fu"
stunt co-ordinator
Drunken Master 醉拳 "Wong Fei Hung"
Spiritual Kung Fu 拳精 "Yi-Lang"
stunt co-ordinator
aka Karate Ghostbuster
Half a Loaf of Kung Fu 一招半式闖江湖 "Jiang"
stunt co-ordinator
Two in Black Belt 黑帶恨 (cameo)
1979 The Fearless Hyena 笑拳怪招 "Shing Lung"
director
action director
Dragon Fist 龍拳 "Tang How-Yuen"
action director
Immortal Warriors 百戰保山河 action director
Master With Cracked Fingers 廣東小老虎 "Jackie Chan" aka Snake Fist Fighter
This film was created from an almagamation of footage, primarily from the limited-release 1973 film Little Tiger of Canton.
1980 The Young Master 帥弟出馬 "Dragon"
director
action director
The Big Brawl 殺手壕 "Jerry Kwan"
action director
aka Battle Creek Brawl
Read Lips 孖寶闖八關 producer
1981 The Cannonball Run 砲彈飛車 un-named "Subaru driver" (cameo)
The Gold-Hunters 老鼠街 producer
1982 Dragon Lord 龍少爺 "Dragon"
director
action director
co-writer
Fantasy Mission Force 迷你特攻隊 "Sammy"
stuntman
1983 Fearless Hyena Part II 龍騰虎躍 "Chan Lung"
action choreographer (footage)
This film was created by Lo Wei,
derived from alternative footage recorded during the filming of the original The Fearless Hyena.
It had no input from Jackie Chan.
Winners and Sinners 奇謀妙計五福星 "CID 07"
Project A A計劃 "Dragon Ma"
director
writer
action director
1984 Wheels on Meals 快餐車 "Thomas"
Cannonball Run II 砲彈飛車2 "Jackie" (Mitsubishi engineer)
Pom Pom 神勇雙響炮 Motorcycle Cop #2 (Cameo)
1985 Police Story 警察故事 "Chan Ka-Kui" aka "Kevin Chan"
director
action director
Heart of Dragon 龍的心 "Tat Fung" aka "Ted" aka First Mission
Ninja Thunderbolt 至尊神偷 (cameo) aka To Catch a Thief
aka To Catch a Ninja
aka Ninja Fury
The Protector 威龍猛探 "Billy Wong"
My Lucky Stars 福星高照 "Muscles"
Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Stars 夏日福星 "Muscles"
1986 Naughty Boys 扭計雜牌軍 "prisoner" (cameo)
producer
1987 Project A Part II A計劃續集 "Dragon Ma"
director
action director
Armour of God 龍兄虎弟 "Jackie Condor" aka "Asian Hawk"
director
stunt co-ordinator
That Enchanting Night 良青花奔月 producer
1988 Police Story 2 警察故事續集 "Chan Ka-Kui" aka "Kevin"
director
stunt co-ordinator
Dragons Forever 飛龍猛將 "Jackie Lung"
The Inspector Wears Skirts 霸王花 producer
Rouge 胭脂扣 producer
1989 Miracles 奇蹟 "Cheng Wah Kuo"
director
producer
writer
action director
aka Mr. Canton and Lady Rose
aka Black Dragon
aka The Canton Godfather
The Inspector Wears Skirts II 神勇飛虎霸王花 producer
1990 Island of Fire 火燒島 "Lung" aka "Steve" aka The Prisoner
The Outlaw Brothers 最佳賊拍檔 action director
Stage Door Johnny 舞台姊妹 producer
Story of Kennedy Town 西環的故事 producer
1991 A Kid from Tibet 西藏小子 (cameo)
Armour of God II: Operation Condor 飛鷹計劃 "Jackie Condor"
director
action director
producer
Angry Ranger 火爆浪子 producer
Beauty and the Beast "Beast" (voice) Chan performed voice acting and singing in the Chinese dub of the film.
1992 Police Story 3 警察故事III超級警察 "Chan Ka-Kui" aka "Kevin" aka Supercop
The Twin Dragons 雙龍會 "Ma Yau" aka "John Ma"
"Die Hard" aka "Boomer"
action director
The Shootout 危險情人 producer
1993 Once a Cop 超級計劃 "Inspector Chan" (cameo) aka Project S
City Hunter 城市獵人 "Ryo Saeba" Based on the Japanese manga City Hunter
Crime Story 重案組 "Inspector Eddie Chan"
stunt co-ordinator
Kin chan no Cinema Jack 陳健沒有傑克電影院 producer This is an anthology film, a joint production between Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. The HK section was produced by Jackie Chan and featured Yuen Biao.
1994 Drunken Master II 醉拳II "Wong Fei Hung"
co-director
stunt co-ordinator
1995 Thunderbolt 霹靂火 "Chan Foh To"
"Alfred Tung"
action director
Rumble in the Bronx 紅番區 "Keung"
action director
1996 Police Story 4: First Strike 警察故事IV之簡單任務 "Chan Ka-Kui" aka "Jackie"
action director
aka Jackie Chan's First Strike
1997 Mr. Nice Guy 一個好人 "Jackie" aka SuperChef
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn "himself" (cameo)
1998 Who Am I? 我是誰 "Who Am I?"
director
action director
co-writer
Rush Hour 火拼時速 "Chief Inspector Lee"
Hot War 幻影特攻 producer
Mulan 花木蘭 "Captain Li Shang" (voice) Cantonese and Mandarin version
1999 King of Comedy 喜劇之王 unnamed extra actor (cameo)
Gorgeous 玻璃樽 "C. N. Chan"
action director
co-producer
co-writer
Gen-X Cops 特警新人類 "fisherman" (cameo)
2000 Shanghai Noon 西域威龍 "Chon Wang"
2001 Rush Hour 2 火拼時速2 "Chief Inspector Lee"
The Accidental Spy 特務迷城 "Buck Yuen"
co-producer
2002 The Tuxedo 燕尾服 "Jimmy Tong"
2003 The Medallion 飛龍再生 "Eddie Yang"
The Twins Effect 千機變 "Jackie" the Ambulance driver (cameo role)
Shanghai Knights 西域威龍2皇家威龍 "Chon Wang"
2004 New Police Story 新警察故事 "Senior Inspector Chan Kwok-Wing"
action director
Twins Effect II 千機變 II - 花都大戰 "Lord of Armour"
(cameo)
aka The Huadu Chronicles: Blade of the Rose
Around the World in 80 Days 環遊世界八十天 "Passepartout"
Enter the Phoenix 大佬愛美麗 "Mr. Chan" (cameo)
Rice Rhapsody executive producer
2005 The Myth 神話 "General Meng Yi"
"Jack"
action director
Everlasting Regret 長恨歌 co-producer
House of Fury 精武家庭 executive producer
2006 Rob-B-Hood 寶貝計劃 "Fong Ka Ho" aka "Thongs"
action director
co-producer
co-writer
2007 Rush Hour 3 火拼時速3 "Chief Inspector Lee"
2008 The Forbidden Kingdom 功夫之王 "Lu Yan" / "Old Hop"
Kung Fu Panda 功夫熊貓 "Master Monkey" (voice)
Run Papa Run 一個好爸爸 executive producer
Wushu 武术 executive producer
2009 Shinjuku Incident 新宿事件 "Steelhead"
Looking for Jackie 寻找成龙 himself
The Founding of a Republic 建國大業 Li Jishen's Interviewer (cameo role) aka Jian Guo Da Ye (lit. The Great Cause of China's Foundation)
aka Founding of the Nation
aka Lofty Ambitions of Nation Building
2010 The Spy Next Door 鄰家特工 "Bob Ho"
Little Big Soldier 大兵小將 "Big Soldier"
producer
writer
aka Big Soldier, Small General
aka Junior Soldiers
The Karate Kid 功夫夢 "Mr. Han" Post-production
2011 Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom 功夫熊貓2 "Master Monkey" (voice) Pre-production
Unknown The New Shaolin Temple 新少林寺 "Cook" filming[1]
Armour of God III[2] "Jackie Condor" aka "Asian Hawk" Pre-production.

Unconfirmed future films

Working title Sources Source Info Notes
J & J Project 2 SFGate[3]
Movies Online[4]
Chan mentions the informal agreement he has with Jet Li to make another film together, saying "This is Hollywood, so if it's a hit, there are always sequels. 'Return to the Forbidden Kingdom!' But I'll tell you something, right after we finished making the movie, I said to Jet, 'We should make another movie together — but we should do it our way. This was a family movie, a Hollywood movie. We should make a real Hong Kong style movie: More action, more comedy, more everything. And he said yes!"
This future film may not be the sequel to The Forbidden Kingdom, but something entirely new.
The Forbidden Kingdom sequel
Movies Online[4]
Interview for The Forbidden Kingdom.
Project A Part III 163.com[5] 2006 article
Nair-San IndiaGlitz[6] 2008 article stating English screenplay was complete and filming was due to begin mid-August. Indo-Japanese Project with Indian actor Mohanlal.
untitled
(possibly Jackie Chan My Story 2)
I Am Jackie Chan: My Life in Action[7]
Jackie Chan Kids[8]
Intended film about Chan's father. Chan mentions he has a script completed in this 2002 article. This may have referred to the documentary Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan & His Lost Family (see Documentaries).
I am Jackie Chan: The Musical Cine Asia[9] News article 19 January 2010 Chan said "I am planning to do I am Jackie Chan: The Musical. I've got a very interesting background. I will talk about how I got into the film business... and how I've come to be today. It's a very interesting, classical musical."
Flying Duck IMDb[10]

Cancelled films

Year Working title Planned Plot Notes
1990s "Firemen" film Chan mentions in his book I am Jackie Chan, that he would have liked to make a film in which he played a fireman, using his acrobatic skills to escape burning buildings. The idea was taken by other people and Chan never created his film and though mad at first, he ended up being satisfied with the result of the film.
1996 The Bee Chan's character in this film would attempt to catch a bee with a mind of its own, which would always escape. Jackie was offered this film after the success of Rumble in the Bronx in the US, but he decided he didn't want to appear in a film where he was depicted as being less intelligent than an insect.
2000 The Bellboy It was rumoured that Chan would star in a remake of the 1960 Jerry Lewis film, The Bellboy.[11]
2001 Nosebleed The film would have featured Chan as a window cleaner at the World Trade Center who learns that terrorists are plotting to destroy the Statue of Liberty. It is alleged that filming was due to begin on September 11, and that it was the WTC itself that would be destroyed, but because the screenwriter failed to deliver the script on time, filming was delayed and ultimately the film was cancelled. While a script did exist (written in 1999), the story of Chan's lucky escape is likely to have been false reporting or the dates embellished for dramatic effect.[12]
Soulcalibur Sammo Hung had the idea of adapting the Soulcalibur series into a film starring Jackie Chan. However, the idea was scrapped and filming never began. Another film company, Anthem Pictures, acquired the rights to Soulcalibur in 2006.

Documentaries

Year Documentary title Chinese title Notes
1990 The Best of the Martial Arts Films 金裝武術電影大全
1996 Biography: "Jackie Chan: From Stuntman to Superstar" A&E Network
8 October 1996
1998 Jackie Chan: My Story 成龙的传奇
1999 Jackie Chan: My Stunts 成龍:我的特技
2002 The Art of Action: Martial Arts in Motion Picture 功夫片歲月
2003 Cinema Hong Kong: Kung Fu 電影香江:功夫世家
Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan & His Lost Family 龍的深處:失落的拼圖
2006 The Heavenly Kings 四大天王 Feature film
2008 A Touch of Beijing Documentary about Beijing's hosting of the
2008 Summer Olympics.
Mega Cities: Hong Kong National Geographic Channel
20 June 2008

TV Appearances

Year Series title Role Country & Channel Episodes Air date / Notes
1992–1996 Martin guest star  United States - FOX
2
"I Saw Gina Kissing Santa Claus" - 17 December 1992
"Scrooge" - 19 December 1996
1996 68th Academy Awards award presenter  United States 25 March 1996
SMAP×SMAP guest /
contestant
 Japan - Fuji TV
1
21 October 1996
1996–1998 The Rosie O'Donnell Show interviewee  United States
2
22 July 1996
17 September 1998
1997 Moviewatch interviewee  United Kingdom - Channel 4
1
Series 6, Episode 1–23 September 1997
1997–2007 Late Show with David Letterman interviewee  United States - CBS
3
8 January 1997
15 July 1997
2 August 2007
1999–2007 Late Night with Conan O'Brien interviewee  United States - NBC
4
2 April 1999
5 October 2000
25 September 2002
3 August 2007
2000 Saturday Night Live guest presenter  United States - NBC
1
Season 25, Episode 20 - May 20, 2000
International Indian Film Academy Awards award presenter  India 24 June 2000
20 Heures le Journal interviewee  France - France 2
1
7 August 2000
Die Harald Schmidt Show interviewee  Germany - Sat.1
1
12 October 2000
2000–2005 Jackie Chan Adventures himself  United States - Kids' WB
66
Chan appears as himself in live action. The cartoon version of Chan is voiced by James Sie.
2001 2001 MTV Movie Awards award presenter  United States - MTV 2 June 2001
The Priory interviewee  United Kingdom - Channel 4
1
10 July 2001
The Big Breakfast interviewee  United Kingdom - Channel 4
1
2 August 2001
2001–2004 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno interviewee  United States - NBC
3
26 July 2001
15 August 2003
11 June 2004
2002 Rank subject /
interviewee
 United States - E!
1
"25 Toughest Stars" - 24 April 2002
2002 ABC World Stunt Awards award presenter  United States - ABC
1
19 May 2002
MADtv host /
guest star
 United States
1
Season 8, Episode 3–28 September 2002
2002–2008 HBO First Look interviewee  United States - HBO
3
"The Tuxedo: Tailor Made for Jackie Chan" - 30 September 2002
"Rush Hour 3" - 31 July 2007
"Prepare for Pandamonium... The Making of Kung Fu Panda" - 24 May 2008
2003 Player$  United States - G4
1
"Medallion" - Season 2, Episode 13 - 2003
The 100 Greatest Movie Stars entrant  United Kingdom - Channel 4
1
4 May 2003
Extra interviewee  United States
1
10 October 2003
2004 Film 2004 interviewee  United Kingdom - BBC One
1
17 February 2004
Tinseltown TV interviewee
1
28 February 2004
Richard & Judy interviewee  United Kingdom - Channel 4
1
21 June 2004
The Mysti Show guest star  United Kingdom - BBC One
2
Series 1, Episode 13–10 July 2004
Series 1, Episode 14–17 July 2004
Wetten, dass..? interviewee /
contributor
 Germany - ZDF
1
11 December 2004
2005 Caiga Quien Caiga interviewee  Spain - Telecinco
1
20 May 2005
2005–2007 TV total interviewee  Germany - ProSieben
2
10 October 2005
11 January 2007
2006–2008 Entertainment Tonight interviewee  United States - CBS
6
25 October 2006
31 July 2007
9 August 2007
10 August 2007
24 March 2008
23 May 2008
2007 Live with Regis and Kelly interviewee  United States
1
3 August 2007
Jimmy Kimmel Live! interviewee  United States - ABC
1
7 August 2007
2008–2010 The Ellen DeGeneres Show interviewee  United States
2
10 April 2008
8 January 2010
2008 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson interviewee  United States - CBS
1
16 April 2008
The Graham Norton Show interviewee  United Kingdom - BBC Two
1
Series 3, Episode 6–22 May 2008
The Disciple presenter
producer
 China - BTV-1 Chinese title: 龍的傳人
also listed as: 龙的传人
lit. "Dragon Teaches Others"[13][14]
Dasavatharam Music Release, Chennai Special Guest  India - Sun TV (Tamil Channel)
1
14 September 2008
Chan met with Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M. Karunanidhi
2010 The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien Guest  United States - NBC
1
7 January 2010
The Myth executive producer  China - CCTV-8
50
10 January 2010 -
Chinese title: 神話
The New Shaolin Temple  China - BTV-1 Forthcoming action series featuring finalists from The Disciple.[15]

[16][17][18][19]

References

  1. ^ "Jackie Chan, Andy Lau to star in new Shaolin movie". China Daily. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/showbiz/2009-10/22/content_8835520.htm. Retrieved 2009-11-05. 
  2. ^ http://www.jackiechan.com/films
  3. ^ "ASIAN POP /Jackie's back". SFGate.com. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2008/04/22/apop.DTL. Retrieved 2008-06-16. 
  4. ^ a b "Jackie Chan Interview, The Forbidden Kingdom". Movies Online. http://www.moviesonline.ca/movienews_14513.html. Retrieved 2008-06-16. 
  5. ^ "成龙:动作片空间小 《A计划3》我要自己导". NetEase 163.com. http://ent.163.com/06/0918/10/2RA26QBC00031NJP.html. Retrieved 2008-06-16. 
  6. ^ "Lal becomes highest paid actor". IndiaGlitz.com. http://www.indiaglitz.com/channels/malayalam/article/40020.html. Retrieved 2008-07-31. 
  7. ^ I Am Jackie Chan: My Life in Action. Ballantine Books. June 28, 1999. ISBN 0-345-42913-3. 
  8. ^ "E! Online Celebrity Q & A with Jackie Chan". jackiechankids.com. http://www.jackiechankids.com/files/Q_and_A.htm. Retrieved 2008-06-16. 
  9. ^ "19:01:2010 Can't stop the music!". Cine Asia. http://www.cine-asia.co.uk/news/. Retrieved 2010-01-22. 
  10. ^ "Flying Duck". IMDb. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1528855/. Retrieved 2010-02-24. 
  11. ^ "Jackie Chan is The Bellboy". IGN.com. http://movies.ign.com/articles/036/036465p1.html. Retrieved 2008-10-16. 
  12. ^ "Jackie Oh!". Snopes.com. http://www.snopes.com/rumors/jackchan.asp. Retrieved 2008-10-09. 
  13. ^ "龍的傳人 The Disciple". BTV.com. http://long.btv.com.cn/long/index.htm. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
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  15. ^ "Attending Wushu Premiere, Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan Reminisce Their Past and Reveal Future Projects". Wu-jing.org. http://www.wu-jing.org/happenings/archives/576-Attending-Wushu-Premiere,-Sammo-Hung-and-Jackie-Chan-Reminisce-Their-Past-and-Reveal-Future-Projects.html#extended. Retrieved 2008-11-05. 
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