老表,你好野!
His Fatal Ways (1991)
Alias: His Fatal Way
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Dickson 
Genre: Comedy 
Theatrical Run: 09/14/1991 - 09/27/1991
Box Office: HK $8,353,688.00
 
Director
  Alexander Chan Mong-Wah
 
Script
  Keith Wong Wang-Gei
  Tony Leung Hung-Wah
  Alexander Chan Mong-Wah
 
Action Director
  Cho Wing
 
Producer
  Stephen Shin Gei-Yin
 
 
Cast
  Alfred Cheung Kin-Ting ... Cheung Po Shing
  Teresa Mo Sun-Kwan ... Hung Ba Mui
  Suki Kwan Sau-Mei ... Suki
  Lam Kau ... Hung Kam Hoi
  Do Siu-Chun ... To Siu Ming / Ah Ming
  Waise Lee Chi-Hung ... Cow-tempered Hung / Ah Hung
  Lau Wai-Man (1) ... Facing Sun
  Fruit Chan Goh ... Asst. cameraman
  Cho Wing ... Facing East
  Hui Siu-Hung ... Au Yeung Fu
  Wong Hung (1) ... Rascal in toilet
  Foo Wang-Tat ... TV boss
  Tony Leung Hung-Wah ... Policeman recording statement
  Wang Han-Chen ... Mr Ho (chicken shop asst.)
  Choi Kwok-Keung ... Thug
  Jack Wong Wai-Leung (1) ... Thug
  Choi Kwok-Ping    
  Dave Lam Ching    
  Alexander Chan Mong-Wah    
  Pauline Yeung Yung-Lin ... Minibus passenger
  Dante Lam Chiu-Yin ... Ah Lam
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (5) ... Policeman
  Unknown 90s Police Actor (1) ... Policeman
 
Production Company
  D & B Films Co., Ltd.
 
Distributor
  D & B Film Distribution (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Roddy Wong Yat-Ping
  Wan Yat-Tiu
 
Sound Recordist
  Lam Tim
 
Art Director
  Danny Yuen Ching-Yeung
 
Script Supervisor
  Sin Gam-Ching
 
Lighting
  Chan Mei-Fat
 
Planning
  Tony Leung Hung-Wah
 
Makeup
  Gwok Yim-Gwan
 
Props
  Hu Tsai
 
Cinematographer
  Chan Ying-Kit (1)
 
Editor
  Wong Wing-Ming (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Ma Kam-Shim
 
Presenter
  Dickson Poon Dik-Sang
 
Sound Editor
  Media Sound Studio
 
Assistant Director
  Lau Siu-Guen (1)
  Chow Sai-Duen
 
Hair Stylist
  Chan Chan-Kei
 
Composer
  Jonathon Wong Bong
 
 
 
Summary
 

A righteous straight-laced China Public Security officer with supernatural powers is sent to Hong Kong to catch two ruthless thieves. His police tactics proves hilarious when he teams up with his Hong Kong counterpart.[from the Tai Seng Catalog]