糊塗大偵探
Blundering Detective (1965)


Reviewed by: dleedlee
Date: 01/16/2004

Two buddies (Wu Fung and Leung Sing-bo) run afoul of a gang after they stumble across a dead body on a train. Also on the train is a magician (Yue Ming) who thinks the two are out to kill him as a witness to the murder.

The gang led by a scarfaced boss and a rival gang headed by club manager Seh (Ko Lo-Chuen) attempt to retrieve a valuable map from the the two.
Wu Fung is smitten with the magician's sister, a singer at a club.

Quite entertaining with a lengthy nightclub brawl and extended chase finale with the heroes disguised as deities on an altar that goes from town through an amusement park.

Wu Fung and Leung Sing-Bo make a funny comedic duo in this outing.

Ha Ping plays Yue Ming's sister, a club singer. Sai Gwa Pau is a sneezy gang member. Tam Sin-Hung plays a gang member undercover for the rival gang.

The film opens with a scene at the old KCR railway station.

Listen for the song 'Tequila' during one of the club scenes.

Three songs, one by Leung Sing-Bo, one by Ha Ping, and a duet between Wu Fung and Ha Ping.

The video I watched was marred by a very scratchy audio track.

Reviewer Score: 7