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Phantom Call
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Ghost  Comedy 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 03/16/2000 - 03/29/2000
Box Office: HK $72,793
  Sam Ho Shu-Pui
  Lo Fun
Action Director
  Chan Wai-To
  Wong Siu-Ming (1)
  Yip Chau-Chan
  Anthony Wong Chau-Sang ... Bruce Lee
  Sam Lee Chan-Sam ... Pui Lau
  Tracy Wong Yuet-Ming ... Maggie
  Sammuel Chan Kin-Fung ... Royie Chan
  Paul Che Biu-Law ... Boony Keung
  Baat Leung-Gam ... Lung
  Well Chin Wing-Wai ... Powder Keung
  Nancy Lan Sai ... Girl hit by car
  Frankie Ng Chi-Hung ... Bill
  Sze Kai-Keung ... Master Sui
  Leung Siu-Dik ... Lover of Lee's wife
  Hau Woon-Ling ... Powder Keung's grandmother
  Woody Chan Chin-Pang ... Car driver who hit girl
  Amy Au-Yeung Suk-Lan ... Shop owner
Filming Company
  Hang Ngai Films Co., Ltd.
  Universe Films Distribution Company Limited (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Lee Kung-Lok
Script Supervisor
  Chan Wai-Chu
  Nico Wong Man-Wan
  Alan Ng Kim-Kong
Art Director
  Nelson Cheung Hok-Yun
Costume Designer
  Leung Suk-Fun
  Amy Au-Yeung Suk-Lan
  Chan Wa (1)
  So Chung (3)
  Jacky Chan Kwok-Leung
Production Manager
  Jason Fung Man-Git
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  Debt collector Bruce has unusual collection methods, including torture by rock music. Having a bad day, he comes home to find his wife having sex with another man and is then confronted by triad boss Bill who gives him just three days to collect all outstanding debts. Then caught up in a heist by robbers Lung and Keung, he is kidnapped and forced to dig his own grave... By chance, Pui Lau finds Bruce's haunted mobile phone. They enter into an arrangement: Bruce will help Pui seduce pretty Maggie away from her rich boyfriend Royie if Pui helps Bruce punish Bill, Lung and Keung.