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買起曼克頓 (1992)
Taking Manhattan
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Ocean 
Genre: Action 
Theatrical Run: 11/05/1992 - 11/11/1992
Box Office: HK $374,025.00
 
Director
  Kirk Wong Chi-Keung (1)
 
Script
  Raymond To Kwok-Wai
  Cheung Chi-Sing
  Colin Pahlow
  Lai Kit (2)
 
Action Director
  Dang Tak-Wing
 
Producer
  Eric Tsang Chi-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Carrie Ng Ka-Lai ... Chung's wife
  Lui Chi-Yin ... Chung
  Andrew Chan Gwan ... Chen Chun
  Alana Adena ... Lt. Helen Taylor
  Chan Chi-Ho (2)    
  Jaclyn Ngai    
  Michael Lewis    
  Anthony J. Ribustello    
  Vince Giantomasi    
  Benny Nieves    
  David Lea    
  Jeff Li Tak-Wing    
  Stephan B. DeMasco    
  Angelo Lopez    
  Theresa Quinn    
  Janice Sanders    
  Connie Cabral    
  Diane Zain    
  Rudy Roberson    
  Kevin John Gee    
  Ronn L.Shedrick    
  Christopher Kearns    
  George Wu    
  Lou Correa    
  Nick Damici    
  Polly Humphreys    
 
Production Company
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Filming Company
  Friend Cheers Limited
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Mary Beth Hagner
  Risa Koren
  Harriet Bass
 
Cinematographer
  Walter Gregg
 
Lighting
  Val Williamson
  Michael Dooley
 
Art Director
  Caty Maxey
 
Costume Designer
  Liz Deutsch
 
Makeup
  Janet Garelick
 
Editor
  Kam Ma
 
Music
  Danny Chung Deng-Yat
 
Presenter
  Anthony Chow Deng-Au
 
Planning
  Raymond Fung Sai-Hung
 
Production Manager
  Tony Kono
  Chris Quinn
  Sam Sarowitz
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Showreel Film Facilities
  Golden Studios Ltd.
 
 
Summary
  Ho has a bright future with Hong Kong's police force. But Ho's wife wants to emigrate to the United States. So he winds up in Manhattan on the New York police force. Ho's wife meets Chinese 'wheeler- dealer' Chan who teaches her how to double her money overnight. She changes from a tender wife into a hard business woman as Ho watches helplessly. In fact, Ho has been given his new undercover assignment: to investigate Chan and his suspected criminal background. So the Hos and the Chans keep on meeting, loving and hating, all the while in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge until the explosive end. [Rim Films Catalog]