Unbeatable. Unstoppable. Undeniable. Jackie Chan stands alone among action heroes thanks to his death-defying stunts, unparalleled fight scenes, and his signature sense of humor. An international superstar, Jackie Chan's films have thrilled fans around the globe for decades. As the standard bearer for martial arts action, Chan has forged a legacy that never has nor will be matched. Presented here are eight classic films which showcase the unique mixture of martial arts, action, and comedy that has made Jackie Chan a cultural icon. "Dragon Fist" (1979): Spectacular fight scenes highlight this tale of a young martial arts student on a quest for vengeance. "Magnificent Bodyguards" (1978) - Chan leads a ragtag band of warriors employed to escort a sick man through the "Stormy Hills" of Ancient China, and finds himself in for the fight of his life. "Battle Creek Brawl" (1980) - In 1930, Jerry Kwan (Chan) crosses the Mob and is forced to participate in an anything-goes martial arts competition. From the director of "Enter the Dragon." "City Hunter" (1993) - Get ready for action on the high seas as Chan battles aboard a hijacked cruise ship in this martial arts comedy based on the acclaimed Japanese manga. "Crime Story" (1993) - In a film based on a true story, Jackie plays Inspector Eddie Chan, a cop on a mission to rescue a kidnapped businessman. "The Protector" (1985) - Two New York policemen travel to Hong Kong on a thrilling cat-and-mouse chase with a drug kingpin. "Police Story" (1985) - A new standard for action filmmaking is set in "Police Story," a high-octane thriller starring Chan as a rebellious policeman on the run from a false murder charge. Jackie himself considers "Police Story" to be his best film. "Police Story 2" (1988) - Jackie Chan returns as the unorthodox cop Chan Ka Kui in this explosive sequel to the smash hit "Police Story".