Supercop


1h 36m 1992

Brief Synopsis

When a dangerous undercover mission is required to put a high-powered drug lord out of commission, the job goes to the one man fearless enough to take on the task of infiltrating the biggest crime and narcotics syndicate in the Pacific Rim--Detective Kevin Chan. Chan's assignment begins in a prison labor camp where he's sent to retrieve a gangster named Panther, who will lead Chan to Panther's older brother, Chaibat, a drug lord so mighty that the authorities believe his capture will cut the Southeast Asian drug trade in half. Chan learns he won't be solo on this mission when he's joined by his new boss (posing as his sister), Director Yang, who's as elegant as she is skilled in martial arts. In order to break up the syndicate the two detectives--working undercover as Fu Sheng and Hana--must fight Chaibat and his gang in a series of explosive battles in and on cars, motorcycles, and finally atop a moving train after Chan swings wildly from a helicopter among the skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur.

Film Details

Also Known As
Police Story III: Supercop, Supercop: Police Story III
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Action
Adventure
Comedy
Crime
Martial Arts
Sequel
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
Dimension Films
Location
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; China; New Territories, Hong Kong, China

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

When a dangerous undercover mission is required to put a high-powered drug lord out of commission, the job goes to the one man fearless enough to take on the task of infiltrating the biggest crime and narcotics syndicate in the Pacific Rim--Detective Kevin Chan. Chan's assignment begins in a prison labor camp where he's sent to retrieve a gangster named Panther, who will lead Chan to Panther's older brother, Chaibat, a drug lord so mighty that the authorities believe his capture will cut the Southeast Asian drug trade in half. Chan learns he won't be solo on this mission when he's joined by his new boss (posing as his sister), Director Yang, who's as elegant as she is skilled in martial arts. In order to break up the syndicate the two detectives--working undercover as Fu Sheng and Hana--must fight Chaibat and his gang in a series of explosive battles in and on cars, motorcycles, and finally atop a moving train after Chan swings wildly from a helicopter among the skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur.

Crew

Peter Afterman

Music

Nancy Arnold

Adr

John E Bates

Projectionist

Beth Bergeron

Adr Editor

Paul Berolzheimer

Sound Editor

Dean Beville

Sound Editor

Matt Beville

Adr

Matt Beville

Sound

Lai Ching Bor

Unit Manager Assistant

Mike Boudry

Adr

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Eddie Bydalek

Sound

Creative Cafe

Sound

Peter Carlstedt

Foley Mixer

Catherine Cavadini

Adr

Jackie Chan

Executive Producer

Willie Chan

Producer

Hung Wei Chuk

Wardrobe

Charles Chun

Adr

David Coburn

Adr

Christopher Curry

Adr

Rod Dean

Editing

Susan Demskey-horiuchi

Adr Editor

Phyllis Drury

Other

Judi Durand

Adr

Thom Ehle

Consultant

Deborah Fallender

Adr

Greg Finley

Adr

Freda Fushan

Adr

Michael Geisler

Sound Editor

Annelise Goldman

Adr

Tim Gomillion

Other

Mollie Gordon

Assistant Sound Editor

Dana Gustafson

Assistant Sound Editor

Warren Hamilton

Sound Editor

Barbara Harris

Adr Voice Casting

Leonard Ho

Executive Producer

Rosanna Huffman

Adr

Karen Huie

Dialect Coach

Karen Huie

Adr

Julie Inouye

Adr

William Jacobs

Sound Editor

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Jeffrey Kaplan

Adr Editor

Cheung Kar-fei

Editor

Douglas Kearns

Other

Peter Kim

Adr

J Max Kirishima

Adr

Nicholas Vincent Korda

Adr Editor

Daamen Krall

Adr

But Yiu Kwong

Art Director

Edmund J Lachmann

Adr Editor

Ardy Lam

Director Of Photography

Kenneth Lam

Adr

Mario Landeros

Post-Production Supervisor

Chan Chi Lap

Electrician

Jim Lau

Adr

Conan Lee

Adr

Peggy Lee

Production Manager

Mike Leopard

Adr

Patricio Libenson

Sound

Lo Shui Lin

Makeup

Lucy Lin

Adr

Dan Lorge

Adr

Thomas Macgreevy

Adr

Paul H Martinez

Assistant Editor

David Mccharen

Adr

Joel Mcneely

Soloist

Joel Mcneely

Music

Carrie Minkler

Other

Christian Minkler

Sound Mixer

Larry Moss

Adr

Willy Nark-orn

Adr

Andrew Nguyen

Adr

Bruce Nozick

Adr

Kevin Owers

Adr

Jeff Payne

Foley Editor

Richard Penn

Adr

Craig Pettigrew

Music Editor

Scott Pettigrew

Music

Bill Pine

Color Timer

Chan Hey Pun

Assistant Director

Noreen Reardon

Adr

Sergio Reyes

Rerecording

Joan Rowe

Foley

Sean Rowe

Foley

Ray Santamaria

Music Supervisor

Solange Schwalbe

Adr Editor

Gary Schwartz

Adr

B Tennyson Sebastian I

Rerecording

Lo Po Shan

Assistant Director

Alan Shearman

Adr

Frank Smathers

Foley Editor

Charles Ewing Smith

Sound Editor

David Chris Smith

Sound Editor

Barry Stigler

Adr

Cheung Shun Sun

Production Manager

Richard Lee Sung

Adr

Diana Tanaka

Adr

Edward Tang

Producer

Edward Tang

Screenplay

John Terrence

Adr

Ronny Vance

Music

John Vigran

Other

William Wagner

Apprentice

Sze Chun Wai

Advisor

Lee Wai-yee

Screenplay

Scott Weber

Foley Mixer

Lee Mary Weilnau

Adr

Ben Wilkins

Sound Editor

Tang Tak Wing

Advisor

Yip Kwok Wing

Assistant Director

Robert Wishnefsky

Assistant Sound Editor

Oliver Wong

Production Designer

Michael Wu

Adr

Michael Yama

Adr

Wu Tin Yan

Gaffer

Chan Wai Yeung

Production Manager

Chak Wai Yip

Location Manager

Lee Man Yiu

Assistant Director

Cheung Yiu-chung

Editor

Garson Yu

Main Title Design

Lang Yun

Adr

Ruth Zalduondo

Adr

Film Details

Also Known As
Police Story III: Supercop, Supercop: Police Story III
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Action
Adventure
Comedy
Crime
Martial Arts
Sequel
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
Dimension Films
Location
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; China; New Territories, Hong Kong, China

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1995

Released in United States 1997

Released in United States August 28, 1992

Released in United States May 21, 1993

Released in United States on Video March 18, 1997

Released in United States Summer July 26, 1992

Re-released in United States July 26, 1996

Re-released in United States October 8, 1993

Formerly distributed by Rim Film Distributors.

Dimension Films is the genre film division of Miramax Films.

Released in United States 1995 (Shown in New York City (Cinema Village) as part of program "Ten Best Films From Jackie Chan" January 27 - February 16, 1995.)

Released in United States 1997 (Shown in New York City (Cinema Village) as part of Michelle Yeoh: Queen of Action series April 25 - May 8, 1997.)

Released in United States on Video March 18, 1997

Released in United States May 21, 1993 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States Summer July 26, 1992

Re-released in United States July 26, 1996

Released in United States August 28, 1992 (Chinatown; New York City)

Re-released in United States October 8, 1993 (New York City)