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上海之夜 (1984)
Shanghai Blues
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Romantic Comedy 
Theatrical Run: 10/11/1984 - 10/31/1984
Box Office: HK $11,625,564.00
 
Director
  Tsui Hark
 
Script
  Sze-To Cheuk-Hon
 
Producer
  Tsui Hark
 
 
Cast
  Kenny Bee ... Do-Re-Mi/Tung Kwok-Man
  Sylvia Chang Ai-Chia ... Skinny Bags
  Sally Yeh Chian-Wen ... Stool
  Tin Ching (1) ... King Clown
  Rachel Lee Lai-Chun ... Stutterer
  Shing Fui-On ... Gangster
  Manfred Wong Man-Chun ... Gangster
  Fung Ging-Man ... Bald man being kissed
  Wu Fung (1) ... Nightclub manager
  Patrick Lung Kong    
  Huang Man (1) ... Chairman Yu
  Yue Ga-Hei    
  Helen Ma Hoi-Lun    
  Tung Lo ... Beggar
  Ng Hon-Keung ... Policeman
  Siu Kin-Hang    
  Chang Diy-Mei    
  Tang Siu-Lam    
  Ding Yue ... Mr. Ma
  Henry Fong Ping    
  Wellington Fung Wing    
  Lionel Lo King-Wah    
  Ken Boyle ... Rude Caucasian
  Sai Gwa-Pau    
  Edward Leung Yiu-Ming    
  Mok King-Wah    
  Ma Yin-Leung    
  Michael Lui Ka-Wah    
  Cheung Nam-Ngan    
  Tsui Hark ... Pedestrian who get soaked
  Keung Yun-Chuen    
  Che Hung (3)    
  Lo Kin    
  Allen Fong Yuk-Ping ... Beggar
  Chang Kwok-Tse ... Photographer
  Lee Chun-Wa ... Police officer
  O Sing-Pui ... Policeman
 
Production Company
  Film Workshop Co. Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Film Workshop (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Ng Hon-Keung
  Chang Kwok-Tse
  Lee Jan-Wa (2)
 
First Draft Writer
  John Chan Koon-Chung
 
Second Draft Writer
  Raymond To Kwok-Wai
 
Script Supervisor
  Poon Ming-Chu
 
Cinematographer
  Peter Ngor Chi-Kwan
  Lin Tsan-Ting
  Chang Hui-Kung
 
2nd Unit Cinematographer
  Bill Wong Chung-Piu
  David Chung Chi-Man
  Lau Hung-Chuen
 
Focus Puller
  Andrew Lau Wai-Keung
 
Lighting
  Cheng Hui-Jan
 
Art Director
  Au-Yeung Hing-Yee
 
Scenic Design
  Leung Chi-Hing
 
Costume Design
  Lee Pak-Yee
 
Costume
  Poon An-Ying
 
Makeup
  Yam Jan-Hoi (2)
 
Hair Stylist
  Lai Wai-Yin (1)
  Wan Yuk-Mui
 
Props
  Lee Kwok-Leung
 
Editor
  Chow Siu-Lam
  Ng Kam-Wah
 
Editor's Assistant
  Chow Kwok-Wing
 
Music
  James Wong Jim
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
Music Editor
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
Singer
  Sally Yeh Chian-Wen
 
Film Coordinator
  O Sing-Pui
 
Production Manager
  Anna Law
  Chu Feng-Kang
 
Associate Production Manager
  Ma Yin-Leung
  Cheung Tui-Shu
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Mak Shing-Fai
 
Unit Manager
  Alex Chong Tak-Lik
 
Special Effects
  Yiu Yau-Hung (1)
 
Recording Studio
  Cinema City Recording Studio
  Kwong Ming Recording Studio
 
Dubbing
  Ding Yue
 
Still Photographer
  Ng Lik-Fong
 
Sound F/X
  Kwong Sek-Kei
 
Special Effects Coordinator
  Chiu Sek-Keung (2)
 
Transaction
  Tsang Chun-Chung
 
Set Runner
  Lai Yiu-Fai (2)
 
Laboratory
  Mandarin Film Lab Limited
 
 
Summary
  This is a "funny" love story, although it also touches upon the more poignant side of life in Shanghai in the late 1940s. It all starts on one fateful night in 1937 when Shu and Kwok meet under the Soochow Bridge in Shanghai, which they used as a bomb shelter from the Japanese attack on the city. In the semi-darkness, though unable to see each other clearly, the two young people experience an immediate attraction for each other. They vow to meet again when the war is over, under the same bridge. [Rim Films Catalog]