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雀聖3自摸三百番 (2007)
Kung Fu Mahjong 3 - The Final Duel
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English 
Circuit: Newport 
Genres: Comedy  Gambling 
Release Date (HK): 01/18/2007
 
Director
  Bosco Lam Chi-Ho
 
Screenwriter
  Wong Jing (1)
 
Action Choreographer
  Mars
 
Producer
  Wong Jing (1)
 
 
Cast
  Roger Kwok Chun-On ... Ken
  Shirley Yeung Sze-Kei ... Nancy
  Yuen Qiu ... Auntie Toni
  Ha Yue (1) ... Uncle Man
  Nat Chan Pak-Cheung ... Grand Slam Ben
  Sammy Leung ... Danny
  Lau Cheuk-Kei ... Sophie
  Ricky Chan Bo-Yuen ... Bowie
  Winnie Leung Man-Yee ... Pansy
  Queenie Fung Chi-Yin ... Sue
  Yuen Wah ... Fortune teller M
  Chen Hung-Lieh ... Uncle Powell
  Evergreen Mak Cheung-Ching ... Waiter
  Wong Yat-Fei ... Mahjong cheat
  Billy Lau Nam-Kwong ... Mahjong cheat
  Yeung Lun (2) ... Mahjong cheat
  Mars ... Uncle Pao
  Courtney Wu ... Uncle Man's co. shareholder
  Chow Mei-Shing ... Bowie's thug
  Siu Hung (3) ... Uncle Man's friend
  Lai Cheung-Wing ... Uncle Man's friend
  Tommy Leung Pok-Yan ... Assassin/Gambler
 
Production Company
  Mega-Vision Pictures Limited
 
Assistant Director
  Keith Chan Cheuk-Kei   Joe Chan Chi-Ho   Albert Mak Kai-Kwong
  Sunny Luk Kim-Ching
 
Script Supervisor
  Li Chun-Sing
 
Cinematographer
  Ng King-Man
 
Focus Puller
  Fung Chi-Kong (2)
 
Camera Assistant
  Ng Kwok-Kau   Chan Tak-Man (2)   Lum Lai-Shing
  Eddie Che Wai-Yin   Wong Chun-Mo   Lee Kin-Wai (2)
  Lam Chi-Wah   Chan Hei-Kwan   Lau Tin-Wah (2)
  Lee Pak-Sum
 
Lighting
  Jack Wan Chi-Fok
 
Electrician
  Lobo Chan Hon-Wing   Siu Chi-Keung   Shuan Ching-Chuen
  Leung Lam-Fai   Yeung Chi-Tim   Andy Chong Lit-Ming
  Ng Wai-Yin (3)   Wong Chun-Wai
 
Art Director
  Andrew Cheuk Man-Yiu
 
Assistant Art Director
  Jean Tsoi Wai-Yin
 
Costume Designer
  William Fung Kwun-Man
 
Wardrobe
  Tong Ping   Yu Yin-Chun
 
Makeup
  Chris Lam Chi-Chung   Wong Shun-Fai (1)
 
Hair Stylist
  Eric Cheung Ka-Keung   Gary Poon Kwok-Kin
 
Editing Studio
  Media Business Services Ltd.
 
Editor
  Jacky Leung Kwok-Wing
 
Props Master
  Wong Kim-Kwong
 
Props
  Yuen Kwong-Ping   Fung Shu-Wing   Wong Kwai-Leung
  Leung Lai-Yin   Frankie Cheung Pak-Ho   Tam Chun-Keung (2)
  Keith Cheung Wai-Chuen   Lam Kam-Wing   Lo Shu-Hung
 
Sound Mixer
  Jamas Tse Yiu-Kei
 
Boom Operator
  Tommy Kwok Chi-Man
 
Music Designer
  Lincoln Lo Kin
 
Stunts
  Au Wing-Hin   Chan Kin-Wing   Ringo Chan Ka-Leung
  Tommy Leung Pok-Yan   Alan Ng Wing-Lun
 
Presenter
  Wong Jing (1)
 
Administrative Producer
  Angela Wong Oi-Ling
 
Production Controller
  Cheung Yat-Ming (2)
 
Associate Production Manager
  Joe Wong Ching-Yin
 
Project Manager
  Anna Lo Ka-Yan
 
Unit Manager
  Andy Chan Shing-Hung
 
Set Runner
  Yeung Chung-Yiu   Yuen Ka-Ho   Chan Tze-Leung
  Chan Shu-Keung   Cheung Kam-Pui   Oscar Wong Kwok-Shing
  Kent Liu Hoi-On   Chan Ka-Kwun   Ng Chi-Pan (2)
 
Still Photographer
  Fong Ho-Yuen
 
Tea Lady
  So Chin-Fa
 
CGI Effects
  Zion Digital Co.
 
Recording Studio
  Media Business Services Ltd.
 
Sound Designer
  Yuen Ting-Yip
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Yuen Ting-Yip
 
Dialogue Recording
  Wong Tsz-Kin
 
Dialogue Editing
  Lai Chi-Hung (2)   Wong Tsz-Kin
 
Foley Recording
  Davy To Burnard   Neo Li Chi-Ho   Leonard Mang Wai-Yin
 
Foley Editing
  Yiu Chun-Hin   Terry Shek Chun-Kin   Jason Kwok Siu-Lun
 
Foley
  Kwong Wai-Hung (1)   Tommy Yu Ka-Luk   Henry Yam Kwong-Heung
  Au Chun-Wan   Lam Hon-Chiu   Yu Chi-Man
  Lam Wai-Shun
 
Sound Production Coordinator
  Kody Tang Ming-Wai   Lee Ka-Yan (2)
 
Post-Production Assistant
  Janet Ip Wai-Han
 
Mandarin Dubbing
  An Hiu-Tao
 
Equipment
  Toplight Engineering Limited
 
Insurance
  TUI Insurance Consultants Limited
 
Film Stock
  Kodak (Hong Kong) Ltd.
 
Laboratory
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Subtitle Production
  True Technic Facilities Limited
 
 
Summary
  Ken (Roger Kwok), has mastered mahjong and is nicknamed "The Half-Century Man" because he once won 50 hands of mahjong in a roll. Everybody expects him to succeed his father, Uncle Man (Ha Yu), to be the Grandmaster of Kungfu Mahjong. However, Uncle Man has a heart attack on his 60th birthday and is hospitalized. Sophie, Uncle Man's new wife takes the opportunity to persuade him to leave his estate to her instead of his son. Uncle Man tells her that she would get her wish if she beats Ken in a game of mahjong. Meanwhile, Ken falls in love with Nancy (Shirley Yeung), a lady of rotten luck. All her previous boyfriends were either bankrupt or had died in accidents. Ken's fortunes go downhill instantly, to the extent that when he plays mahjong with Sophie and her lover, Bowie, he's almost cleaned out. Ken was told by his father to seek help from his old friend Grand Slam Ben (Nat Chan). Ken followed Ben's instructions and re-built his confidence in mahjong playing. To make sure that they would succeed Uncle Man, Sophie and Bowie kidnapped Nancy and her sister. Should Ken win the final duel, they would be harmed. On the verge of admitting defeat, Auntie Toni (Yuen Qiu) arrived with Nancy and her sister, having saved them from Sophie's men. Ken, after wooing the tiles, miraculously won 50 hands in a roll and finally succeeded his father as the new Grandmaster of Kungfu Mahjong.