悍匪
The King of Robbery (1996)
Alias : 頭號通緝犯之人定勝天
Alias: Hong Kong Thug Life
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Newport 
Genre: Crime 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/05/1996 - 10/24/1996
Box Office: HK $4,695,845.00
 
Director
  Billy Chung Siu-Hung
 
Script
  Sammy Lau Wing-Kin
  Lee Po-Cheung
 
Action Director
  Chin Ka-Lok
 
Producer
  Benny Chan Chi-Shun
 
 
Cast
  Simon Yam Tat-Wah ... Ye Kuan
  Roy Cheung Yiu-Yeung ... He
  Anita Lee Yuen-Wah ... Fen
  Marco Ngai Chun-Git ... Liang
  Chin Ka-Lok ... Zhong
  Bowie Lam Bo-Yi ... Officer Lee
  Cherie Chan Siu-Ha ... Ke's hooker
  Phillip Keung Hiu-Man ... Ke
  Jason Pai Piao ... Officer Chu
  Raymond Yu Wai-Man (2)    
  Hung Chi-Sing    
  Chiu Kwok-Choi    
  Kong Foo-Keung    
  Ah Chai    
  Siu Dou (2)    
  Sin Bo-Ming    
  Calvin Lee Sai-Hon    
  Choi Kin-Shing ... Policeman
 
Production Company
  Sam Po Film Co.
 
Distributor
  Newport Entertainment Co.,Ltd (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Sin Bo-Ming
  Lee Jan-Choi
 
Sound Recordist
  True Technic Limited
 
Art Director
  Hoh Chi-Hang
 
Planning
  Robert Kwok Siu-Fung
  Raymond Yu Wai-Man (2)
 
Lighting
  Wong Chi-Ming (2)
  Calvin Lee Sai-Hon
  Ah Yan
 
Makeup
  Maggie Choi Yin-Jing
 
Props
  Hoh Shu-Wing
 
Cinematographer
  Wong Bo-Man
  Au Bong-Kwok
  Venus Keung Kwok-Man
  Ko Liu-Wai
  Lee Po-Cheung
 
Editor
  Chun Yu
 
Costume Designer
  Hilda Choi Yin-Man
 
Executive Producer
  Chan Chi-Ming (1)
 
Presenter
  Chan Chi-Ming (1)
 
Assistant Director
  Lee Po-Cheung
  Law Diy-Shing
 
Hair Stylist
  Chung Wai-Shing (2)
 
Composer
  Sam Leung Yiu-San
  Mui Siu-Kei
 
 
 
Summary
 

Dangerous character with psychological problems Chan Sing, with his gang Leung, Wor Jai, Hat Jai's help, successfully escapes the mental ward. Later, Sing leads the gang with heavy firepower to commit crimes, endangering the lives of average citizens and purposely challenging the police. The gang members feel Sing's character change becomes more drastic and all have ideas to leave, causing problems in the gang. Sing finally is sold out, living under the life of the arrested......[Next Magazine]