I don't completely disbelieve Law's claim. On Chan's Twin Dragons, Law is credited with car stunts, so it could very well be true that the stuntman was driving a car that one of Chan's characters is supposed to be driving. After all, Chan is a brilliant martial artist, but maybe he isn't so brilliant behind the wheel. Law's other credits for Chan films (according to the IMDb) include coordinating action scenes for Supercop 2, special effects for The Legend of Drunken Master and acting in Thunderbolt. Each of these could have required similarly simple bits in which Law had to double for Chan. It doesn't mean that Law ever performed any of Chan's really impressive stunts. Either way, though, we can all accept and appreciate that Chan is one of the greatest stunt performers ever to grace the movie screen, and as he's not getting any younger (he turns 53 on Saturday), we can tolerate him taking a break (as in rest, not bones) now and again.
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