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補鑊英雄 (1985)
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Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Ghost 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/23/1985 - 05/30/1985
Box Office: HK $2,653,196
 
Director
  Leung Po-Chi
 
Screenwriter
  Calvin Poon Yuen-Leung
 
Action Designer
  Sammo Hung Stuntmen's Association
 
Producers
  John Shum Kin-Fun
  John Chan Koon-Chung
 
 
Cast
  Leung Po-Chi ... Tang San's ghost
  Lam Wai (1) ... Lam Fung
  Sally Yeh Chian-Wen ... San
  Dennis Chan Kwok-San ... Chan Nam
  Deannie Yip Tak-Han ... Tei, Blue-spotted dress [cameo]
  Fung Ging-Man ... Dynamite King
  Calvin Poon Yuen-Leung ... Jack Young
  Lam Chung (1) ... Taoist Wong
  Roland Chan Ngok-Chung    
  Wong Fai-Fai    
  Foo Naai-Siu    
  Ng Hoi-Tin ... General manager Yeung
  Wong Cheung (6)    
  Ding Yuen-Kin    
  Chiu Wing-Hong    
  To Wai-Tat    
  Michael Harley    
  John Chan Koon-Chung ... TV Reporter
  Ken Boyle    
  Luk Ying-Hong ... Policeman
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (6) ... Policeman
 
 
Distributor
  Maverick Film Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Roland Chan Ngok-Chung
 
Script Supervisor
  Thomas Chow Wai-Kwan
 
Cinematographers
  Poon Hang-Sang   David Chung Chi-Man
 
Focus Puller
  Ray Wong Chi-Wai
 
Lighting
  Lee Kin-Keung (1)
 
Art Director
  Kenneth Yee Chung-Man
 
Makeup
  Man Yun-Ling
 
Editor
  Lee Yim-Hoi
 
Props
  Lee Yan-Chung (2)   Cheung Chi-Hang
 
Music
  Violet Lam Man-Yee
 
Planning
  Calvin Poon Yuen-Leung
 
Production Manager
  Roland Chan Ngok-Chung
 
Associate Production Manager
  To Wai-Tat   Law Sha
 
Unit Manager
  Chiu Kwai-Chung
 
Foley
  Ng Kwok-Wah
 
Dialogue
  Ding Yue
 
Laboratory
  Union Film Laboratory, Limited
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  No subtitles. The adventures of a construction worker who is alternately befriended and harassed by a ghost, and who is initially pursued by an assassin from another time or place (a la The Terminator). The title forms a key part of the story, in that the word "Welcome" is translated phonetically into Cantonese, and is pronounced "Wai Lo Kam", a word which is repeatedly chanted.