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深圳公路搶車劫殺之六魔女 (1996)
The Six Devil Women
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Mandarin 
Genres: Adult  Crime 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/24/1996 - 06/13/1996
Box Office: HK $2,202,685
 
Director
  Tony Ma Tin-Yiu
 
Screenwriter
  Wong Sa-Fai
 
Action Choreographers
  Mandy Chan Chi-Man
  Ching Kwok-Leung
 
Producer
  Tony Ma Tin-Yiu
 
 
Cast
  Diana Pang Dan ... Man Nap
  Jimmy Wong Shu-Kei ... Cheung Kin
  Emana Leung Yuen-Man    
  Lee Suet-Man    
  Joey Yeung Oi-Ching    
  Chung Sau-Han    
  Le Rong-Rong    
  Chan Sing (2) ... Chan Cheung
  William Ho Ka-Kui    
  Ng Wing-Sum (2)    
  Chan Keung (2)    
  Lam Kwok-Kit ... Victim / Policeman
  So Wai-Nam ... Policeman
  Ching Kwok-Leung ... Soldier
  Unknown 90s Actor (25)    
 
Production Company
  Cheung Sing Movie Co.
 
Assistant Director
  Tommy Law Wai-Tak
 
Script Supervisor
  Ho Tim
 
Director of Photography
  Wong Po-Man
 
Focus Puller
  Au Bong-Kwok
 
Gaffer
  Leung Kwai-San
 
Art Director
  Ma Lee-Juk
 
Wardrobe
  So Chin-Fa
 
Makeup
  Carmen Man Lai-Yee
 
Hair Stylist
  Samuel Wong Kwok-Hung
 
Editor
  Li Kwong-Tim
 
Props
  Ho Kim-Ho (1)
 
Original Music
  Barry Cheung Foo-Ling   Sam Leung Yiu-San
 
Presenter
  Tony Ma Tin-Yiu
 
Production Manager
  Fung Ga-Lei
 
Project Manager
  Dennis Tang Chung-Kwan
 
Still Photographer
  Tang Chak-Shun
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  True Technic Limited
 
Foley
  Ng Kwok-Wah
 
Cantonese Dubbing
  Cheung Ping-Keung
 
Poster Designer
  Raymond Tam
 
Equipment
  Hang Wan Cinematic Equipment Rental Limited
 
Laboratory
  Union Film Laboratory, Limited
 
Subtitles
  Fine Art Production Co.
 
 
Summary
  On the highway that connects Shanzhan airport with the town of BoOn there was corpse after corpse being found. The Police broke the case after half a year. The gang is led by Cheung Kin, total of 10 male 6 female. The female were responsible for seducing the victims on the highways and stations, the male is responsible to kill and to disguise as police officers to stop the cars for searchs. All of the loot, luxury cars were all taken to another provinces to sell. [Next Magazine]