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偷錯隔牆花 (1995)
Paradise Hotel
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Empire 
Genre: Comedy 
Rating: I (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 11/01/1995 - 11/15/1995
Box Office: HK $930,706.00
 
Director
  Clifton Ko Chi-Sum
 
Script
  Chan Gwan-Yun
 
Producers
  Raymond To Kwok-Wai
  Wellington Fung Wing
 
 
Cast
  Louisa So Yuk-Wah ... Mok Kit Ching
  Lee Jan-Chow ... To Fa Won
  Gung Gwok-Keung ... Tai Lin Yip
  Suen Wai-Fong ... Tsui Ngan Kiu
  Ben Yuen Foo-Wa ... Ma Hang Tin
  Lo Chun-Ho ... Tai Mung Sing
  Chan Shui-Yue ... Wai Chun
  Alan Wong Ching-Jun ... Hotel manager
  Chan Suk-Yee (1) ... HK Anti-Vice Inspector
  June Chan Kei (2) ... Lotus Ma
  Wan Yue-Hung (2) ... Peach Ma
  So Ah-Yi ... Plum Ma
  Lee Chung-Chuen ... Macau Anti-Vice officer
  Lam Wai-Tung ... Thai Ker Ling
  Cyrus Wong Ka-Ming    
 
Production Companies
  Spring-Time Cinema Limited
  Media Asia Films (Partners I)
 
Filming Company
  Ko Chi Sum Films Co. Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Media Asia Films (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Chu Yat-Hung
 
Story
  Georges Feydeau
  Maurice Desvallieres
 
Cinematographer
  Sander Lee Ga-Go
 
Lighting
  Chow Kim-Yin
 
Art Director
  Bill Lui Cho-Hung
 
Costume Designer
  Wong Yuk-Kuen
  Chan Mei-Kuen
 
Makeup
  Man Yue-Chan
 
Hair Stylist
  Jane Kwan Yuk-Chan
 
Props Master
  Wong Sai-Kit (2)
 
Sound Recordist
  Tam Tak-Wing
 
Editor
  Clifton Ko Chi-Sum
 
Music
  Marco Wan Ho-Kit
  Lee Hon-Kam
 
Presenter
  Koo Tin-Lung
  Ma Fung-Kwok
 
Production Manager
  Lee Lai-Chun (3)
 
Associate Production Manager
  Law Wai-Kai
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Centro Digital Pictures Ltd.
 
 
Summary
  Revolves around a guy (Lee Chun Chau) who ran to Macau with the Mrs. upstairs (So Yuk Wah) to have an affair, only to run into relatives and the police in the hotel; and upon returning to Hong Kong only more troubles await. [Next Magazine]