In 1965, a couple Sylvia Chang and James Wong are doting on their newborn twin boys. Crazy Kung escapes and attempts to take one of the twins hostage. . Meanwhile, a dangerous gang leader named Crazy Kung is being transported as a captive in the same hospital. In addition, the twins gain romantic interests: Bok Min meets Barbara , a club singer Tarzan is interested in, and Wan becomes acquainted with Tong Sum , a young woman from a respectable family who has a secret passion for fighter types. Eventually, the twins meet and discover.
Meanwhile, a dangerous gang leader named Crazy Kung Kirk Wong is being transported as a captive in the same hospital. The film received an American release on 9 April 1999 in a dubbed version. For years, neither of them is aware that he has a twin brother. The action in the film has a larger focus on actual martial arts rather than 's usual comedic style. Crazy Kung escapes and attempts to take one of the twins hostage, and in the ensuing chaos the twins are permanently separated.
As a result, a string of hilarious mix-ups ensues when Ma Yau is accidentally enlisted by the gangsters to participate as an escape driver in the liberation of none other than Crazy Kung; Bok Min in turn is forced to conduct Yau's concert which becomes a smash hit despite him having absolutely no musical talent ; and the two of them end up with the other's girl as their respective love interest. The other, Ma Wan, is found and raised by a woman named Tsui , and becomes a street racer and martial artist named Bok Min. Chan stated that he worked with who he felt would provide the film with better special effects. The American release of the film cuts 16 minutes of scenes involving and in a hospital and a fantasy scene involving singing. One of them, named Ma Yau, is taken to America by his parents and grows up to be a concert pianist and conductor. Eventually, things come to a head when Tarzan is kidnapped by the gangsters. The twins join up to defeat the gang that has turned their lives upside down, and in a showdown in a Crazy Kung dies in a runaway with no on.
When the two brothers first meet in a hotel lavatory, it's easy to see how two shots have been overlapped. In the ensuing chaos, the twins are permanently separated. Chan was so soured with the results of the special effects that he decided he would only attempt more special-effect based work in his American productions. The film ends with the impending double wedding of the twins to their girls and Bok Min's introduction to his real parents; but when Bok Min gets cold feet and Ma Yau goes looking for him, a final gag falls into place when the wedding guests catch the two twins together and are unable to tell them apart. Only die-hard and undemanding Chan fans need apply. . .
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