Shanghai Noon

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Shanghai Noon is a 2000 American-Hong Kong martial arts western comedy movie starring Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson and Lucy Liu. The first in the Shanghai movie series and marking the directorial debut of Tom Dey, Shanghai Noon was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. sequels Shanghai Knights and Shanghai Dawn.

Cast[change | change source]

  • Jackie Chan as Chon Wang
  • Owen Wilson as Roy O'Bannon / Wyatt Earp
  • Lucy Liu as Princess Pei Pei
  • Brandon Merrill as Indian Wife / Falling Leaves
  • Xander Berkeley as Marshal Nathan Van Cleef
  • Roger Yuan as Lo Fong
  • Kate Luyben as Fifi
  • Jason Connery as Calvin Andrews
  • Simon R. Baker as Little Feather
  • Walton Goggins as Wallace
  • Henry O as Royal Interpeter
  • Yu Rong Guang as Emperor Guard
  • Eric Chen as Emperor Guard
  • Yuen Biao as Saloon Fighter (uncredited)

Stunts[change | change source]

  • Andy Cheng
  • Wu Gang
  • Nicky Li

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Malaysia 25 May 2000
 United States 26 May 2000
 Hong Kong 1 June 2000
 Puerto Rico 1 June 2000
 Taiwan 3 June 2000
 Denmark 22 June 2000
 Netherlands 22 June 2000
 Israel 6 July 2000
 Thailand 28 July 2000
 Spain 1 August 2000
 Japan 5 August 2000
 South Korea 5 August 2000
 France 9 August 2000
 Australia 10 August 2000
 Hungary 10 August 2000
 Slovenia 17 August 2000
 Slovakia 17 August 2000
 Italy 18 August 2000
 Mexico 18 August 2000
 Portugal 18 August 2000
 Belgium 23 August 2000
 Brazil 25 August 2000
 United Kingdom 25 August 2000
 Ireland 25 August 2000
 Iceland 25 August 2000
 Estonia 1 September 2000
 Panama 1 September 2000
 Sweden 1 September 2000
 Uruguay 1 September 2000
 Argentina 7 September 2000
 Czech Republic 7 September 2000
 Peru 7 September 2000
 Greece 8 September 2000
 Venezuela 13 September 2000
 Bolivia 21 September 2000
 New Zealand 21 September 2000
 Colombia 22 September 2000
 Chile 5 October 2000
 Ecuador 13 October 2000
 Germany 19 October 2000
 Paraguay 3 November 2000
 Turkey 3 November 2000
 Finland 10 November 2000
 Poland 15 December 2000
 Kuwait 20 February 2001