Triple bill of films starring martial arts action hero Jackie Chan. In madcap wild west comedy 'Shanghai Noon' (1999), Chan plays Chinese Imperial Guard Chon Wang, who is sent to the wild west to rescue the kidnapped Princess Pei Pei (Lucy Liu). Here he teams up with the very laid-back cowboy Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson) as the duo take on the toughest villains, get involved in the biggest fights and bordellos and dodge jail in their quest to find the Princess. Chan takes on a dual role in the martial arts comedy 'Twin Dragons' (1992). Boomer and John are twins (both played by Chan) who are split up at an early age when Boomer is kidnapped by gangsters. Growing up on the tough streets of Hong Kong, Boomer enjoys an unexpected reunion with his brother John when the latter jets in from his New York home to give a classical concert. Identical in appearance, but opposite in character, the twins become embroiled in a case of mistaken identity that threatens both their lives. Finally, in 'Rumble in the Bronx' (1996), Hong Kong cop Keung (Chan), assisting his grandfather in the sale of his flat, sticks around to help the new tenant when he realises that she is being intimidated by a local gang. The gang, led by Mafia boss White Tiger, are involved in the theft of some drugs - which results in violent retribution.