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囍氣逼人 (1997)
Happy Together
Alias: Love in Hong Kong
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Empire 
Genre: Comedy 
Rating: I (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 09/06/1997 - 09/11/1997
 
Director
  Sherman Wong Jing-Wa
 
Producer
  Fu Pui-Yu
 
 
Cast
  Lydia Shum Tin-Ha ... Lam Siu Fa
  Max Mok Siu-Chung ... Chow Lik Ping
  Christine Ng Wing-Mei ... King King
  Linda Wong Hing-Ping ... Mei
  Ng Man-Tat (1) ... Mr Ng
  Ronald Wong Ban    
  Poon Hiu-Tung    
  Foo Sing-Tak    
  Candy Chiu Jing-Yee    
  Cheuk Wai-Man (1)    
  Cheng Qian    
  Jimmy Wong Wa-Wo    
  Law Shu-Kei ... Mei's father
  Wang Fu-Li (1)    
  Zhang Jin-Ling    
  Chui Yuen-Kei (2)    
  Chow Yun-Yun    
  Ng Yut-Ying    
  Chan Ngoi-Yan    
  Wong Mou-Ling    
  Chan Chou-Chong    
  Chan Hou-Cheung    
  Ann Tam Kam-Ming    
  Unknown 90s Police Actor (1) ... Policeman
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (6) ... Policeman
  Ho Chi-Moon ... Party guest
  Wong Man-Chun ... Policeman
  Unknown 90s Police Actor (5) ... Policeman
  Wong Shiu-Keung    
  Unknown 90s Actor (25) ... [Extra]
  Unknown 90s Actor (26) ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Times Production Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Lo Po-Shan
 
Cinematographer
  Ally Wong Ka-Fai
 
Lighting
  Chow Leun
 
Art Director
  Nelson Cheung Hok-Yun
 
Costume Designer
  Fung Che
 
Makeup
  Fung Mei-Bo
 
Hair Stylist
  Tsang Yat-Ping
 
Editor
  Ho Ka-Wah (1)
 
Props
  Hoh Shu-Wing
 
Music
  Herman Chow Kam-Wing
 
Planning
  Ann Tam Kam-Ming
 
Production Manager
  Delly Ku Oi-Ying
 
Associate Production Manager
  Fung Ching-Chi
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  True Technic Limited
 
 
Summary
  Gau Jung is a cheap Mainland miser. One day he and King King, a co-worker he has a crush on, travel to Hong Kong and visit his nephew Ah Ling on the way. Ah Ling originally is a housekeeper for a wealthy family. When her employers travel aboard, she pretends to be the owner of the house and plays host to her uncle and King King, leading to a series of comedy......[from Next Magazine]