Starring - Jackie Chan as Thomas, Biao Yuen as David, Sammo Hung Kam-Bo as Moby, Benny the Jet Urquidez as a bad guy enforcer, Lola Fomer as Sylvia, Susana Sentís as Gloria, Herb Edelman as Matt, Keith Vitali as a bad guy enforcer, Richard Ng as asylum patient,
Directed by - Sammo Hung Kam-Bo
(1984) - Color - 100 min
Wheels on Meals is a terrific early film from Jackie Chan and Samo Hung Kam-Bo. The film originally released as Kwai Tsan Ttseh was made in 1984 and stars Jackie Chan and Biao Yuen as street vendors who come to the rescue of a beautiful woman named Sylvia, played by Lola Fomer. As with most Jackie Chan movies, there's lots of great martial arts, comedy and bascially good clean fun.
Jackie Chan stars as Thomas
Samo Hung plays a bumbling private detective named Moby - who is put on a new case after his boss runs out trying to evade some thugs looking to collect a gambling debt. He must find a woman named Gloria (Susana Sentís), who happens to be Sylvia's mother. The film features an incredible fight scene in the climax between Jackie Chan and one of the Count's strongmen (Benny Urquidez). The film is in either Cantonese or Mandarin (not sure) with English subtitles and set in the streets of Spain. Highly recommended!