代客泊車
Parking Service (1986)
Alias : 代客停車
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Comedy 
Theatrical Run: 01/10/1986 - 01/15/1986
Box Office: HK $1,638,756.00
 
Director
  Angela Mak Leng-Chi
 
Script
  Manfred Wong Man-Chun
 
Producer
  Frankie Chan Fan-Kei
 
 
Cast
  Danny Lee Sau-Yin ... Piggy / Stanley Lee Ho Sau
  Parkman Wong Pak-Man ... Parkman Wong
  Peter Yang Kwan ... Yang Tsit Hong
  Terry Hu Yin-Meng ... Stella
  Ku Feng ... Uncle Kau
  Gwaan Chiu-Chung ... Officer Lau
  Amy Wu Mei-Yee ... Gigi
  Kitty Chan Ga-Chai ... Kitty
  Stuart Ong ... Stella's sugar daddy
  Shing Fui-On ... Dummy
  Lung Tin-Sang (1) ... Taxi driver
  Lai Siu-Fong ... Uncle Kau's wife
  Ngai Tim-Choi ... Policeman
  Leung Git-Fong ... Wong Yan Yan
  Chui Sek-Yin (1) ... Wing
  Chiu Jun-Chiu ... Loanshark
  Wong Chun (3) ... Loanshark
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (2) ... Policeman
 
Production Company
  Always Good Film Co., Ltd.
 
Production Manager
  Chow Jan-Tung
 
Art Director
  Cho Tim-Woh
 
Script Supervisor
  Bosco Lam Hing-Lung
 
Planning
  Danny Lee Sau-Yin
 
Lighting
  Wong Wai-Chi (2)
 
Makeup
  Lo Shui-Lin (2)
 
Props
  Shing Wing-Biu
 
Car Stunts
  Lam Fai-Wong
 
Cinematographer
  James Chan Hau-Ming
 
Editor
  Cheung Kwok-Kuen (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Gemma To Ching-Ching
  Shing Fuk-Ying
 
Presenter
  Guy Lai Ying-Chau
 
Assistant Director
  Chui Sek-Yin (1)
  Ha Sau-Hin
  Parkman Wong Pak-Man
 
Composer
  Philip Chan Fei-Laap
 
 
 
Summary
 

Piggy tires of working for his uncle on a pig farm, and moves to Kowloon to work as a car parking attendant, taking the new name of Stanley. He befriends a fellow attendant, appropriately named Parkman, who steals cars at night. This is basically a buddy film about the misadventures of two young men trying to make an impression in a big and greedy city.