警察故事續集
Police Story Part II (1988)
Alias: Police Story 2
Country: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English 
Genre: Action 
Theatrical Run: 08/20/1988 - 09/22/1988
Box Office: HK $34,151,609.00
 
Director
  Jackie Chan
 
Script
  Edward Tang Ging-Sang
  Jackie Chan
 
Action Director
  Jackie Chan's Stuntmen Association
 
Producer
  Leonard Ho Koon-Cheung
 
 
Cast
  Jackie Chan ... Sergeant Chan Ka-Kui
  Maggie Cheung Man-Yuk ... May
  Lam Gwok-Hung (1) ... Div. Inspector Raymond Lam
  Bill Tung Biu ... Uncle Bill
  Mars ... Kim
  Kenny Ho Ga-Ging ... Policeman 12674
  Johnny Cheung Wa ... Policeman
  Lung Tin-Sang (1) ... Policeman Sun
  Wu Ma ... Mall's security guard
  Guan Shan ... Mr. Fung
  Teddy Yip Wing-Cho ... Mall's director
  Yeung Chak-Lam ... Mall's PR Dept Head
  Wong Wai (2) ... Mall's director
  Lau Siu-Ming ... Senior police officer
  Lisa Chiao Chiao ... May's Aunt
  Benny Lai Keung-Kuen ... Mute blackmailer
  Ben Lam Kwok-Bun ... Hung
  John Cheung Ng-Long ... Polar Bear
  Danny Chow Yun-Gin ... Ken
  Lau Ching-Wan ... CID in restaurant
  Michael Chow Man-Kin ... CID in restaurant
  Dennis Chan Kwok-San ... Mall merchant
  Wong San (2) ... Mall merchant
  Ken Lo Wai-Kwong ... Fireman
  Tai Bo (1) ... Joker
  Chor Yuen ... Chu Toa
  Charlie Cho Cha-Lee ... John Koo
  Billy Lau Nam-Kwong ... Ticketed truck driver
  Andy Dai Chi-Wai ... Crazy Fai
  Wong Man-Ying ... Ms. Wong
  Angile Leung Wan-Yui ... Police interrogator
  Crystal Kwok Gam-Yan ... Police interrogator
  Ann Mui Oi-Fong ... Police interrogator
  Yip San ... Policewoman
  Alvina Kong Yan-Yin ... Stewardess
  Louis Roth ... Police Chief
  Chris Lee Kin-Sang ... John's man
  Wan Fat ... John's man
  Chan Daat-Gong ... John's man
  Rocky Lai Keung-Kun ... John's man
  Chan Chi-Fai ... Drives into the restaurant
  Chen Chi-Hwa ... Airplane passenger
  Mai Kei ... Policeman on stake-out
  Lee Jun-Git ... Policeman
  Seung Tin-Ngo ... Chu Toa's private nurse
  Gam Kwok-Wai ... Jimmy
  Ng Sing-Fat ... Detective Ng
  Kwan Kin ... Mall director
  Seung-Goon Yuk ... Mall merchant
  Lee Pooi-Ling ... Crazy Fai's girl
  Mak Tin-Yan (1) ... Snr Police Officer at meeting
  Go Shut-Fung ... Policeman
  Christopher Chan Sai-Tang ... Airport security
  Tai Wan-Wai ... Police interrogator
  Jim James ... Stock Holder
  Chim Bing-Hei ... Policeman Ah Fay
  Hui Si-Man ... Mall merchant
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (1) ... Policeman in control room
  Lee Wah-Kon ... MRT passenger
  Mak Shu-San ... Mall merchant
  Unknown 90s Actor (11) ... Mall's director
  Pedro Ernyes    
  Pang Hiu-Sang ... Policeman
  Unknown 90s Actor (19) ... MRT passenger
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest Productions
  Golden Way Films Ltd.
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Production Manager
  Jimmy Law Gwok-Keung
  Connie Wong Nga-Lam
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Art Director
  Oliver Wong Yui-Man
  Horace Ma Gwong-Wing
 
Script Supervisor
  Law Diy-Shing
  Catherine Chan Diy-Hiu
 
Lighting
  Lee Man-Chi (1)
 
Planning
  Willie Chan Chi-Keung
  Edward Tang Ging-Sang
 
Makeup
  Law Lai-Kuen (3)
 
Props
  Ciff Chang Chi-Wing
 
Executive Director
  Chen Chi-Hwa
 
Cinematographer
  Cheung Yiu-Jo
  Danny Lee Yau-Tong
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Costume Designer
  Chu Sheng-Shi
  Shirley Chan Goo-Fong
  Shing Fuk-Ying
 
Presenter
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
Assistant Director
  Wan Fat
  Lo Po-Shan
 
Composer
  Michael Lai Siu-Tin
  Tang Siu-Lam
 
 
 
Summary
 

Jackie Chan's one-man war on a criminal gang has earned him a reprimand and a demotion from detective to traffic cop, not to mention continual harassment by the gang. He decides to take a long-overdue vacation but his leave is cancelled when Hong Kong is hit with a wave of bomb scares. Jackie unofficially follows up some leads of his own and tracks down the suspected gang. Knowing that Jackie is close on their heels, the gang kidnaps his girlfriend in order to force Jackie to turn against the police. In a spectacular climax rivaling that of the record-breaking original, Jackie rescues the girl and brings the gang unceremoniously to justice. [Rim Films Catalog] Did you know that Maggie Cheung cracked her skull in that final scene? That's why they didn't show her anymore because they had to get a stand-in. My cousin said that they would have had more story afterwards showing their relationship had she recovered. [HKMDB member Jay Fong]