Abstract

The jingju (Peking Opera) training schools that developed in Hong Kong between the 1950s and the 1970s had an unanticipated impact on the martial arts movie industry. Jackie Chan and his cohort at the China Drama Academy made the move from trainees to movie actors, bringing their jingju skills to their film roles.

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