瘦虎肥龍
Skinny Tiger and Fatty Dragon (1990)
Alias: Skinny Tiger & Fatty Dragon
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Golden Princess 
Genre: Action 
Theatrical Run: 06/28/1990 - 07/12/1990
Box Office: HK $10,270,954.00
 
Director
  Lau Kar-Wing (1)
 
Script
  Chang Kwok-Tse
 
Action Directors
  Ridley Tsui Bo-Wah
  Xiong Xin-Xin
 
Producers
  Wellington Fung Wing
  Andrew Yau Deng-Hon
 
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Cast
  Sammo Hung Kam-Bo ... Fatty Dragon
  Karl Maka ... Baldy Mak Sui Fu
  Carrie Ng Ka-Lai ... Lai
  Wanda Yung Wai-Tak ... Tall Girl
  Lung Ming-Yan ... Prince Tak / Ted
  Wu Fung ... Officer Wu
  Ni Kuang ... Dragon's father
  Lau Kar-Wing (1) ... Wing
  Cutie Mui Siu-Wai ... Tall Girl's neighbour
  Tai Bo (1) ... Johnny
  Gabriel Wong Yat-San ... Burglar
  Yip Seung-Wa ... Ted's brother
  Mark Houghton ... One of Wing's men
  Xiong Xin-Xin ... Robber
  Thomas Sin Ho-Ying ... Ho / Howard
  Ridley Tsui Bo-Wah ... Pak
  Jackson Ng Yuk-Sue ... Robber
  Lo Hung (1) ... At wedding party
  Wan Seung-Lam ... One of Tak's men
  Ng Ching-Ching ... Jing Jing
  Kong Long (2) ... Robber
  Patrick Gamble ... Lai's lawyer
  Yeung Yau-Cheung ... Waiter
  Ng Kwok-Kin ... Policeman
  Garry Chan Chi-Shing ... Suspect at police station
  Wilson Yip Wai-Shun ... Man on the street
  Strawberry Yeung Yuk-Mui ... Karaoke singer
  Chang Seng-Kwong ... Thug
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (1)    
  Jameson Lam Wa-Fan ... Wedding guest
  Unknown 90s Actor (7)    
  Wong Chi-Keung (6) ... [Extra]
  Fei Gin ... [Extra]
  Fan Chin-Hung ... [Extra]
  Unknown Stuntman (9) ... [Extra]
  Ha Kwok-Wing ... [Extra]
  Huang Kai-Sen ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Cinema Capital Entertainments Ltd.
 
Filming Company
  Cinema City Entertainment
 
Distributor
  Golden Princess Amusement Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Perry Chung Kwok-Kei
  Ken Ng Chi-Ming
 
Art Director
  Jassie Lam Chak-Chi
 
Script Supervisor
  Lee Kwok-Yip
 
Lighting
  Chan Gwai-Woh
  Jeff Mak Gwok-Keung
 
Planning
  Chang Kwok-Tse
 
Makeup
  Wong Lai-Kuen (2)
 
Props
  Lee Chi-Hung (3)
 
Car Stunts
  Blacky Ko Sau-Leung
 
Cinematographer
  Gray Hoh Bo-Yiu
 
Editor
  Wong Ming-Lam
 
Costume Designer
  Vivian Lam Pooi-Yee
  Poon An-Ying
 
Presenter
  Richard Cheung Kuen
  Karl Maka
 
Assistant Director
  Eddie Chan Shu-Chi
  Wu Shih
  Wilson Yip Wai-Shun
 
Hair Stylist
  Chan Daat-Ming
 
Composer
  Richard Lo Sai-Kit
 
 
 
Summary
 

Baldy aka Tiger (Karl Maka) and Fatty aka Dragon (Sammo Hung) are two undercover cops trying to infiltrate a cocaine ring whose big boss is Cocaine Wing (fighting star Lau Kar-Wing). Their mole Johnny (Tai Bo) tips them to a drug transaction that Lai (Carrie Ng) and Prince Tak (baddie Lung Ming Yan) is trying to carry out. But Wing finds out about what Johnny does and kills him. Tak tries to set up Baldy and Fatty during a show-of-peace meeting, but Baldy and Fatty would have none of it. Instead, after much fighting they chase down Tak and beat him up and arrested him, but they do so at the Police Commander's wedding banquet, which infuriates their boss (Wu Fung) and they are forced into a leave of abscence. After coming back from their leave of abscence, they discover that Tak is bailed out and he and Wing get their revenge and hires a number of assassins, including two Thai ladyboy assassins to kill Baldy's girlfriend Tall-Girl (Hong Kong supermodel Wanda Yung Wai-Tak) and Fatty's father (acclaimed novelist Ngai Hong), as well as turned-state's witness Lai. Having enough of Tak and Wing, they decide to go full-borne and get their revenge in style.[Yellow Hammer] Baldy (Karl Maka) threatens a young thief with: "You'll be in jail until 1997. ... You'll like being in jail in 1997!" [hokazak]