Episode 23: Jackie Chan and Russia’s Toughest Prison

Episode 23: Jackie Chan and Russia’s Toughest Prison

The life of Jackie Chan or Chan Kong-Sang is one full of Kung Fu, organized crime and softcore porn. This week, Clarke tells us all about Jackie Chan and his escapades over the years including working with Bruce Lee, releasing 20 musical albums and owning a Segway dealership. One of the most recognizable stars in the world, Jackie Chan has got to have one of the most interesting histories of Hollywood’s greatest.

Black Dolphin isn’t just a black dolphin, it’s also one of Russia’s toughest prison’s. With an average of 5 murders per inmate, Black Dolphin prison is full of cannibals, serial killers and child molesters. That’s right, Justin didn’t hold back this episode. He tells us all about Russia’s most prolific serial killer and the prison that he’s in. Find out why they call him the ‘werewolf’ killer in episode 23 of @thesoftbrains : Jackie Chan and Russia’s Toughest Prison

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Little baby Chan Kong-Sang (Jackie Chan).
Young, yolked Jackie in a fight scene.
Bruce Lee beating up young Jackie.
Jackie in 1978’s ‘Drunken Master’
A clip from Drunken Master, the movie that put Jackie on the map.
Rumble in the Bronx poster.
Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in 1998’s Rush Hour.
I’ll Make a Man Out of You from Disney’s Mulan in Cantonese sang by Jackie.

The statue outside of the ‘Black Dolphin’ prison.
A prisoner at Black Dolphin being transported in the stress position.
Caucasian Shepherd Dog or Ovcharkas that guard the prison.
Mikhail Popkov, the police officer, “the Werewolf,” who was charged with 78 murders. Making him Russia’s most prolific serial killer.