專釣大鱷
Crocodile Hunter (1989)
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Newport 
Genre: Action 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/05/1989 - 11/03/1989
Box Office: HK $10,880,861.00
 
Director
  Wong Jing
 
Script
  Wong Jing
 
Action Directors
  Poon Kin-Gwan
  Benz Kong To-Hoi
  Stephen Tung Wai
 
Producer
  Wong Jing
 
 
Cast
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... Happy Chiu
  Alex Man Chi-Leung ... Bad odor Chuan Mak Yuen
  Sandra Ng Kwun-Yu ... Bitchy Ying
  Alvina Kong Yan-Yin ... Lin Chia-Hsin
  Cheung Kwok-Keung (1) ... Stalled Engine Te
  Lung Fong ... Fu
  Lau Kong (1) ... Wei
  Rosamund Kwan Chi-Lam ... Chuan Mak Yu's wife[cameo]
  Frankie Chan Chi-Leung ... Convulsion
  Shing Fui-On ... Chiang
  So Hang-Suen ... Happy Chiu's mother
  Stephen Chan Tak-Gwong ... Fu's man
  Kan Tat-Wah ... Portuguese
  Ricky Yi Fan-Wai    
  Ma Kai    
  Foo Wang-Tat ... Lam
  Sherman Wong Jing-Wa    
  Jimmy Wong Shu-Kei ... Lam's son
  Charlie Cho Cha-Lee ... Chu Li Yin
  Chan Ging (1) ... Li Peng
  Eddie Maher ... Shrimp
  Liu Fan (1) ... Prisoner[cameo]
  Ronald Wong Ban ... Fink Fai
  Maria Cordero ... Lin Chia Hsin's assistant
  Tang Tai-Wo ... Party guest
  Cheung Gwok-Wa ... One of Te's relatives
  Yeung Jing-Jing ... One of Te's relatives
  Lam Kai-Wing ... The Red
  Cynthia Khan ... [cut scene or credit error]
  Cheng Ka-Sang (1) ... One of Te's relatives
  Fan Chin-Hung ... Gangster
 
Production Company
  Win's Movie Productions
 
Distributor
  Win's Movie Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  So Ma-Gam
  Mak Lik-Man
 
Sound Recordist
  Showreel Film Facilities
  Cinema City Recording Studio
  108 Records Ltd., Co.
 
Art Director
  Jason Mok Siu-Kei
 
Script Supervisor
  Lee Biu-Cheung
 
Lighting
  Siu Chi-Ming (1)
 
Planning
  Wong Jing
 
Cinematographer
  Gigo Lee Ji-Hang
 
Editor
  Robert Choi Hung (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Shirley Chan Goo-Fong
  Man Yun-Mei
 
Presenter
  Jimmy Heung Wah-Sing
 
Assistant Director
  Lui Lai-Sa
  Sherman Wong Jing-Wa
 
Composer
  Lowell Lo Koon-Ting
  Sherman Chow Gam-Cheung
 
 
 
Summary
 

The Prince Gang, a group of professional thieves band together to steal valuable antiques from a computerized safe. In comes oddball cops Happy and Chicken who save the day with their quick wit and police antics. [from the Tai Seng Catalog]