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行運一條龍 (1998)
The Lucky Guy
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Comedy 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/16/1998 - 02/13/1998
Box Office: HK $27,387,890
 
Director
  Lee Lik-Chi
 
Screenwriters
  Lee Lik-Chi
  Cheng Man-Fai
 
Martial Arts Director
  Poon Kin-Kwan
 
 
Cast
  Stephen Chow Sing-Chi ... Ho Kam-Sui
  Eric Kot Man-Fai ... Fook
  Daniel Chan Hiu-Tung ... Nam
  Sammi Cheng Sau-Man ... Candy Yip Yuk Fan
  Kristy Yeung Kung-Yu ... Fanny
  Shu Qi ... Law Fon-Fon
  Ng Man-Tat (1) ... Boss Li
  Lee Siu-Kay ... Kei
  Tenky Tin Kai-Man ... One of the waiters
  Cheng Man-Fai ... Fai
  Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu ... Doctor Kuk
  Jimmy Wong Shu-Kei ... Candy's boyfriend in flashback
  Joyce Chan Yin-Hang ... Sui's hired girlfriend
  Lee Kin-Yan ... Chibi Maruko
  Mei Yee ... May
  Baat Leung-Gam ... Master Ng Lau Sau (King Thunder Fist)
  Joe Cheng Cho ... Master Ng's 1st disciple
  Dai Lung ... Law Chat Fai
  Sandra Ng Kwun-Yu ... Flirty Si
  Wong Yat-Fei ... Tall Wai
  Lam Suet (1) ... Tall Wai's man
  Maggie Wong Mei-Kei ... Fun
  Wong Jing (1) ... Fatty [cameo]
  Chan Kim-Wan ... One of the waiters
  Chang Gan-Wing ... Uncle Kin
  Lee Lik-Chi ... Man knocking into glass door
  Tony Ho Wah-Chiu ... Man dancing at party
  Emotion Cheung Kam-Ching ... Man dancing at party
  Terence Tsui Chi-Hung ... Man freeing birds
  Yeung Lun (2) ... Nam's editor
  Leung Jun-Git ... Master Ng's kid student
  Leung Pui-Tong    
  Leung Kwok-Wai (1)    
  Koo Kam-Shing    
  Wong Chi-Hau    
  Ho Yiu-Cheung    
  Kam Kong (2)    
  So Wai-Nam ... Master Ng's student
  Lam Kwok-Kit ... Master Ng's student
  Andy Tsang Tak-Wah ... Nerdy student
  Bowie Lau Bo-Yin ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  Brilliant Idea Group (BIG) Ltd
 
Filming Company
  The Young Filmmakers Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Cameron Entertainment Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Kant Leung Wang-Fat   Cheng Man-Fai
 
Script Supervisor
  Sung Boon-Chung
 
Consultant
  Yeung Kwok-Fai
 
Director of Photography
  Cheng Siu-Keung
 
Focus Puller
  To Hung-Mo
 
Gaffer
  Wu Kwok-Chiu
 
Best Boy
  Kwong Ting-Fong
 
Art Director
  Choo Sung-Pong
 
Assistant Art Director
  Mo Chung-Man   Ho Yiu-Cheung
 
Costume Designer
  Connie Au-Yeung Ha
 
Wardrobe Supervisor
  Man Yun-Mei
 
Makeup
  King Ching Tin-Mei
 
Hair Stylist
  Lau Wai-Hing
 
Editing Studio
  Showreel Film Facilities
 
Editor
  Cheung Ka-Fai
 
Props
  Hui Lung-Wa
 
Sound Mixer
  Leung Li-Chi
 
Boom Operator
  Lee Hing-Keung
 
Music Production
  Dennie Wong Tan-Yee   Shu Man
 
Theme Song Composer
  Eddie Ng Kwok-Ging
 
Singer
  Sammi Cheng Sau-Man
 
Lyrics
  Wyman Wong Wai-Man
 
Presenter
  Li Kuo-Hsing   Wong Jing (1)
 
Planning
  Catherine Kwan   Lee Siu-Kay
 
Production Manager
  Bowie Lau Bo-Yin
 
Associate Production Manager
  Irene Kong Oi-Ling
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Hazel Choy Kit-Yee
 
Unit Manager
  Lai Ji-Gin
 
Transaction
  Si Chun-Wai
 
Still Photographer
  Tsui Chi-Kwong
 
Tea Lady
  Lam Lai-Bing
 
Visual Effects
  Cubists Limited
 
Recording Studio
  True Technic Limited   Showreel Film Facilities
 
Foley
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Cantonese Coach
  Wong Fung-Ying (3)   Cheung Ping-Keung
 
Equipment
  Hang Wan Cinematic Equipment Rental Limited
 
Film Stock
  Kodak (Far East) Limited
 
Laboratory
  Union Film Laboratory, Limited
 
Subtitle Production
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  The Lucky Restaurant is known throughout HK for its egg tarts. The owner Mr. Li (Ng Man-Tat) is faced with a big rent increase. Combined with a lack of customers, he is seriously considering closing up shop. The other themes in the movie involve two of the waiters, Sui (Stephen Chow) and Fook (Eric Kot). Sui, better known as the Prince of Egg Tarts, is a ladies man. He one day encounters his match, his first love Candy, from high school (Sammi Cheng), now a registered nurse. Fook is a foolish looking character but with a heart of gold who meets up with his first love Fanny (Kristy Yang), who works at a Tae Kwon Do facility. Mr. Li's son Nam (Daniel Chan) is a photographer for a gossip magazine, a big Chiba Maruko and Siu San (two Japanese cartoon characters) fan, who meets up with Fon Fon (Hsu Chi), the daughter of a real estate tycoon. Of course the movie goes back and forth between joy and heartbreak, success and failure. What will happen to all these relationships? What will happen to the restaurant? - Yellow Hammer