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俾鬼玩 (1992)
Ghost Killer
Alias: 猛鬼煞星
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Cathay 
Genre: Horror 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 07/18/1992 - 07/22/1992
Box Office: HK $353,046
  Yiu Tin-Hung
  Chu Kei-Sui
Martial Arts Directors
  Yuen Bo
  Yuen Ga Ban (2)
  Cheung Bo-Wing
  Wong Guk-Fan
  Alex Fong Chung-Sun ... Ming
  Julia Cheng Yim-Lai ... Hung
  Lam Wai ... Yip Tai Nan
  Chen Kuan-Tai    
  Ku Feng ... Uncle Shun
  Chung Fat ... Lousy Chao
  Shing Fui-On ... Shing Yiang To
  Peter Chan Lung ... Buddha
  Choe Jeong-Il ... Nan's gunman
  Lai Qui    
  Sam Aau-Suk    
  Jeng Shing-Miu    
  Kei Ho-Chiu    
  Hui Sze-Man    
  Unknown 90s Police Actor (6) ... Policeman
Production Company
  New Treasurer Films Co. Ltd.
  富比電影有限公司 (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Szeto Ying-Kit   Chu Kei-Sui
  Napoleon Pang Chun-Wai
  Chiu Yik-Chiu
Costume Designer
  Cheng Mei
  Lee Kwok-Tsz
  Yiu Tin-Hung
  Ronald Wong Ban
  Li Kwong-Tim
Assistant Martial Arts Director
  Yuen Fai
  Ng Ming-Choi
  Chung Wai-Shing
Production Manager
  Jeng Shing-Miu   Chu Yu-Chai
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  Drug courier Lousy Chao and his wife Ngor are killed by his boss, after being framed for drug substitution. His ghost finds a man with the same birthday, Ming, to help take revenge. The unfortunate Ming has just proposed to Hung, but Lousy hijacks his body, and starts by killing his immediate boss Shing Yiang To in a sauna. This alarms Shing's boss Nan. Meanwhile, the possessed Ming take nightclub host Jenny home for "late supper". Hung is sure something is amiss, and consults her taoist uncle Shun. Nan is further shaken when his partner Chuen is killed, but still keeps an appointment with Thai drug dealer Buddha. Up until this point, both Ming and Nan consider ghosts to be "bullshit", but they are soon convinced otherwise