At the beginning of the 80s, the stuntman Jackie Chan became the superstar. With the success of his films, his name was also marketed. Over the years it has been an advertising medium for a wide variety of brands. At that time, however, nobody was aware of the lasting success of a bad shampoo advertisement from 2004.
What is wrong with Splendid Film, the German Jackie Chan label par excellence? First Koch Media secured the rights to Jackie Chan’s sequel to “The Myth” from 2005 called “Kung Fu Yoga” (2017), then the German distributor shines with the first Blu-ray release of “The Prisoner” (1991) including the much sought-after Taiwanese long version. And now Koch Media is leasing another Chan blockbuster from the Cologne film label Splendid Film: “Railroad Tigers” from 2016.