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賭鬼 (1992)
Gambling Soul
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Ghost  Comedy 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
 
Director
  Cheng Kang
 
Screenwriter
  Lau Chi-Wa (1)
 
Action Choreographer
  Tony Ching Siu-Tung
 
 
Cast
  Leung Si-Ho ... Hau
  Wu Ma ... Ting San Gwai / Deadly Ghost
  Mimi Chu Mai-Mai ... Mrs Ting
  Peter Yang Kwan ... Gang boss
  Ha Chi-Chun ... Go Go
  Tin Ching (1) ... Tian
  Ku Feng ... Mahjong gambler
  Choi Hiu-Yee ... Hau's friend
  Chen Kuan-Tai ... Policeman [cameo]
  Suen Tong ... Casino worker
  Gam Biu ... Mr. Chin
  Yam Ho ... Gambler
  Unknown 90s Actor (13) ... Thug
  Cheng Ka-Sang (1) ... Thug
  Ha Kwok-Wing ... Thug
  Lam Foo-Wai ... Thug
  Wong Wai-Fai ... Thug
  Lung Ying (2) ... Thug
  Ma Yuk-Sing ... Thug
  Fung Wai-Lun (1) ... Thug
  Yuen Gam-Fai (1) ... Thug
 
 
Cinematographer
  To Tung-Heung
 
Focus Puller
  Wong Wai-Yi
 
Lighting
  Chiu Yik-Chiu
 
Costume
  Wan Lai-Yee
 
Makeup
  Lee Kwok-Tsz
 
Editor
  Yiu Tin-Hung (1)
 
Props
  Lee Hon-Chung
 
Music
  Stephen Shing Gam-Wing
 
Presenter
  Wong Sai-Yee
 
Planning
  Lau Chi-Wa (1)
 
Film Coordinator
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Production Manager
  Jason Fung Man-Git
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Cheung Ngok-Fung
 
Recording Studio
  108 Records Ltd., Co.
 
Foley
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Laboratory
  Universal Laboratory Limited
 
 
Summary
  Ting San Gwai loves drinking and gambling, but his henpecking wife doesn't allow it, because Ting has a weak heart. She also calls him Deadly Ghost, a pun on his name. The villainous Pa instructs his employee Tian to buy their restaurant. Tian lures Ting into a game of dominoes, where the stake is his restaurant. Pa wins by trickery, and Ting dies of a heart attack. Hau and Siutie have their residence burned down by the same villains, and they move into Ting's former home. Ting is now a ghost, and convinces Hau to help him take revenge.