Shanghai Knights

Lin kills Wu Chow. Lord Rathbone falls off Big Ben. Chon, Roy and the inspector are knighted. The inspector is (Sir) Arthur Conan Doyle; he decides it's time to retire from Scotland Yard and start writing stories about a certain famous detective. The homeless kid is Charlie Chaplin. The secret message that Chon's father wrote is that family is very important and that he will always be with him (his son) in spirit (stuff like that). Chon and Roy head for the U.S. and Roy is interested in starring in motion pictures... and Charlie joins them (stowaway on their carriage).

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Factual error: In the scene after Chan and Wilson crash their car into Stonehenge they walk away and the view is of a field and a beautiful blue sky. In the sky you can see an airplane vapour trail up on the left hand side of the screen. There were no airliners in 1890. (00:58:50)

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Chon Wang: It's a puzzle box. I don't know how to open it.
Roy: What do you mean, you don't know how to open it? You just get a hammer and smash it open so you can see what it says.
Chon Wang: No. I must have patience. By the time I'm able to open it, I will be ready to read the message.
Roy: Oh, come on, Confucius, that's the corniest thing I've ever heard.

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Trivia: The portrait of the young man under which Fann Wong hides was used again in another Jackie Chan film - "Rush Hour 3." This time, an assasin throws a knife atJackie and hits the portrait instead.

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Question: What is the name of the song at the beginning of the credits?

Answer: The song is "My Generation" performed by The Who.


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