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It starts out as a typical Wing Chun lesson at Windy City, and then.....
Thanks to Chris L for the camera work as well as Eddie for doing tough guy voice in the back ground, as well as the back ground sounds from WCWC Saturday class. Also, thanks June L for supplying our egg rolls and feeding the crew. The fight choreograph and story plot was done by me.
A huge thanks to Lesley Timpe for creating the Sho'Nuff costume for Ron, you can get custom made costumes at SquashtByles.com
There's a total 3 flubs, that I know from the shot.
1) Early scene I have a sweater, midway through I lose it
2) Beast grunt - You can see Robert and John in the mirror
3) A scotch tape marker was left on the side of the dummy, that wasn't there in earlier scenes.
Hidden Easter Eggs through the video
1) I'm eating popcorn, but the last one I eat ends up being an egg roll
2) Ken is using a fork, coz he's white
3) The garage being opened is a reference to the Fonz of Happy Days
4) When we both shake our heads, tribute to the obvious head shake in Return of the Jedi, Sarlacc pit
5) The fight scene was accidentally recorded without sound, and I added a shot gun and explosion for contact, instead of your standard punch sounds
6) The Chinese hat I wore, cost me $50 bucks, coz I had it fed ex the next day to make the shot
7) Ken's double blink at his lines, nohomo.... (not that there's anything wrong with it)
8) When Sho'nuff says skinny little lizards, he makes a mocking look at Ed
9) Prior to the little fight scene, the black background asking Windy City's status, was in reference to the 60's old school Batman asking questions at the end of each episode.
10) When I do my little speech, on the right hand corner behind me, you can see the popcorn bag lying on the floor.
The music towards the end is from the original sound track of the last dragon.
"The Last Dragon"
Performed by Dwight David
Written by Norman Whitfield, Bruce Miller
Produced by Norman Whitfield
for Johnny Boy Productions
Special thanks to the makers of the movie Last Dragon which was produced by Rupert Hitzig for Berry Gordy and directed by Michael Schultz. What a timeless cult classic for a martial arts movie with the most memorable character Sho'nuff