鴻運當頭
Lifeline Express (1984)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Genres: Horror  Comedy 
Theatrical Run: 12/28/1984 - 01/09/1985
Box Office: HK $4,995,357.00
 
Director
  Kirk Wong Chi-Keung (1)
 
Script
  Sze-To Cheuk-Hon
  Lo Gin
 
Producer
  Teddy Robin Kwan
 
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Cast
  Kent Cheng Jak-Si ... Fatso Ng
  Teddy Robin Kwan ... Tiger, Fatso's brother
  Eddy Ko Hung ... Prof. Ho (Hospital shrink)
  Yam Choi-Bo ... Nurse
  Jinly Poon Kam-Yee ... Nurse
  Sandy Chan Gei-Ying ... Nurse
  Ding Fung (2) ... Master Kwan/Big Mouth Kwan
  Simon Yip Fai-Wong ... Drunkard in toilet
  Wellington Fung Wing ... Doctor
  James Lai Wing-Keung ... Shop owner
  Woo Pin-Yue ... Hospital attendant
  Fong Daan    
  Leung Hung (2) ... Grocery shopkeeper
  Hon Kong (2) ... Man who give direction to Fatso
  Mok Chui-Jan ... Kwan's assistant
  Lau Shui-Yin (2)    
  Mak Tat-Ling    
  Chan Hung (5)    
  Mak Hin-Ming    
  Tommie Lee Wing-Hung    
  Benny Hoh Ging-Ban    
  Woo Wai-Chung (2)    
  Chan Yiu-Keung    
  Lo Gwai-Tong    
  Ha Wai-Hong    
  Lee Chuen-Sing ... Mourner
  Chang Kwok-Tse ... Hospital personnel dept staff
  Chui Kin-Wa ... Living corpse
  Unknown SB-Actor(50) ... Big Belly
 
Distributor
  Cinema City (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  James Lai Wing-Keung
  Simon Yip Fai-Wong
  Lai Ting-Lok
 
Sound Recordist
  Video Film
  Kwong Au Recording Studio
 
Art Director
  Eddie Ma Poon-Chiu
 
Script Supervisor
  Yiu Fung-Suen (1)
  Wong Git-Yee
 
Planning
  Wellington Fung Wing
 
Lighting
  Chow Kim-Ming (2)
  Lam Wong (2)
 
Makeup
  Lee Mei-Bik
  Wong Gei-Hung
 
Props
  Shing Gwan-On
 
Cinematographer
  Bill Wong Chung-Piu
  Joe Chan Jun-Git
  Peter Ngor Chi-Kwan
 
Dance Instructor
  Marty Lewis
 
Editor
  Tony Chow Kwok-Chung
 
Costume Designer
  Chan Mei-Kuen
 
Presenter
  Karl Maka
  Dean Shek Tin
  Raymond Wong Pak-Ming
 
Assistant Director
  Samson Chiu Leung-Chun
  Paul Cheung Wing-Hung
 
Hair Stylist
  Julien Young
 
Composer
  Yuen Cheuk-Fan (1)
 
 
 
Summary
 

Kind-hearted Fatso Ng earnestly entreats Buddha to save his midget brother Tiger from an early death. In a passionate outburst, he pledges half his lifespan in return for sparing Tiger. It seems to work ....... too well. Fatso had been told last year by reliable fortune teller Big Mouth Kwan that he would have a long life, but his fortune has now changed. Meanwhile, Tiger is making the most of his renewed lease of life, working hard to get into the panties of three busty nurses. Fatso "spoils" the fun by following Big Mouth Kwan advice - avoid sex if you want any chance of changing your bad fortune. Fatso begins to lose his sanity and goes into the hospital. His only hope of being saved is the weird hospital shrink, who believes in the occult.