What is the fighting style of Jackie Chan?

August 4, 2011 9:06pm CST
In the films of Jackie Chan you always see how he fights with his opponents. Is that a particular martial art or just improvise (which is of course determined by the script?
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@desi8989 (120)
2 Dec 11
I think your course of martial arts would otherwise be rather difficult to deal with all makes prevartanya.
@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
6 Aug 11
i think his fighting style is kung-fu and his ability to do acrobatic jump here and there is sometimes called parkour.
• Indonesia
5 Aug 11
So I guess that it's kung-fu Quote from Wiki: Since his father dominated Chinese fighting techniques he taught them Jackie early in his childhood. At the age of seven years, his parents sent him to the China Drama Academy, the Peking Opera School (a kind of boarding school that specializes in martial arts, singing and acting) under the leadership of the strict master, Yu Jim-Yuen, to the hyperactive Jackie there including discipline, but also the fights (including Kung Fu)
• Philippines
5 Aug 11
he uses acrobatic fighting style, but generally he was a stuntman to begin with, and most of his fighting styles are based on the choreography he learned but one of his most distinct and he was the one who created it is the drunken master or drunken monkey