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Shanghai Noon

Shanghai Noon is a movie that opened May 23, 2000. It was followed by Shanghai Knights.

Shanghai Noon won the Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Lucy Liu.

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Story This movie is about Chon Wang, who is an imperial guard of China. After the princess, Pei-Pei, is abducted and taken to America, he is sent with others to find her and bring her back. Roy O'Bannon is an outlaw who ends up hijacking the train Wang is on. When a memeber of his gang kills Wang's uncle, Roy and Wang get into a fight, which throws them both from the train. Through a series of events, Roy and Wang become friends and help retrieve the princess.

Cast:

Jackie Chan .... Chon Wang
Owen Wilson[?] .... Roy O'Bannon
Lucy Liu .... Princess Pei Pei
Brandon Merrill[?] .... Falling Leaves
Roger Yuan[?] .... Lo Fong
Xander Berkeley[?] .... Nathan Van Cleef

Director:

Tom Dey[?]

Writers:

Miles Millar[?]
Alfred Gough[?]

Producers:

Gary Barber (I)[?] .... producer
Roger Birnbaum[?] .... producer
Jackie Chan .... executive producer
Willie Chan[?] .... executive producer
Jules Daly[?] .... co-producer
Ned Dowd[?] .... co-producer
Jonathan Glickman[?] .... producer
Bruce Moriarty[?] .... associate producer
Solon So[?] .... executive producer



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