鴨之一族
Gigolo Club (1993)
Word by Word: Duck of One Race
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Cathay 
Genre: Adult 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 06/24/1993 - 07/06/1993
Box Office: HK $994,104.00
 
Director
  Hoh Lok
 
Script
  Kong Sai
 
 
Cast
  Grace Wong Wai ... Madam Yeh
  Ruby Wong Jo-Yi ... Lo's mistress
  Yuen Man (1) ... Millie Lo
  Athena Ng Yee-Saan (1)    
  Chan Hon-Man    
  Hoh Man-Gui    
  Lee Ka-Ting ... Gangster at swimming pool
  Mang Ding-Goh ... Wai Man
  Siao San-Yan    
  Liu Chun-Hung ... Hair salon owner
  Fong Ping (2) ... Introduces Wing
  Amy Wong Oi-Mei    
  Goo Wai-Jan ... Fishmonger
  Hui Si-Man ... Demands refund
  Alric Ma Siu-Mang    
  Chan Yuet-Yue    
  Sai Hung    
  Lam Kin    
 
Production Company
  Sam Ti Production Co
 
Distributor
  Saam Bo Din Ying Gung Shut (Hong Kong)
 
Cinematographer
  Mok Chak-Yan
 
Art Director
  Wai Lam (1)
 
Editor
  Yiu Tin-Hung (1)
 
Lighting
  Cheng Ga-Shing (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Hao Jie
 
Presenter
  Chan Mei-Yin (1)
 
Assistant Director
  Ray Pang Lap-Wai
 
Composer
  Stephen Shing Gam-Wing
 
 
 
Summary
 

A ambitious young man sets off to make his first million in a gigolo club. [from the Tai Seng Catalog] Wing is a hairdresser whose boss is gay, but he certainly isn't. When a cute young babe gives him a full-on view of her knickers, Wing fantasises about her, causing to get so hard that he pounds the head of the woman whose hair he is shampooing. This woman runs a gigolo club, and invites him to join. Wing is helped (sort of) by the other guys, led by muscleman Wai Man. We also meet two of the club's regular clients. One is a busty young woman (comparable size to Amy Yip) whose private parts reek. The other is a fishmonger, who uses eels for, er, unusual purposes before selling them. Wing is favoured by the lusty mistresses of old Mr Lo. This lady convinces Wing to seduce Lo's daughter Millie, in a scheme to gain Lo's money. But they fall in love...