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鐵板燒 (1984)
Teppanyaki
Alias: Mr Boo 6
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Comedy 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/26/1984 - 02/22/1984
Box Office: HK $19,516,674
 
Director
  Michael Hui Koon-Man
 
Screenwriter
  Michael Hui Koon-Man
 
Martial Arts Director
  Hon Yee-Sang
 
Producer
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Michael Hui Koon-Man ... Johnny Huang / Johnny Wong
  Sally Yeh Chian-Wen ... Sisi
  Frances Yip Lai-Yee ... Sally
  Lo Hoi-Pang ... Ying's father
  Paul Che Biu-Law ... Che / Tallboy
  Chow Mei-Yee ... Ying
  Hui Ying-Sau ... Johnny's grandfather
  Yue Tau-Wan ... Man on plane [cameo]
  David Cheung Jun-Ying ... Pierre's friend
  Michael Lai Siu-Tin ... Pierre
  Bonnie Wong Man-Wai ... Woman on call center
  Lee Yin-Ping ... Johnny's neighbor
  Sylvia Chung Ji-Kwan ... Sophia / Silvia
  Cheung Chi-Hung (1) ... Punk in car
  Balot    
  Palito ... Pilot
  Pugak    
 
Production Companies
  Hui's Film Production Co., Ltd.
  Paragon Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  O Sing-Pui   Clarence Yip Wai-Chung
 
Researcher
  Clarence Yip Wai-Chung   Alice Hung
 
Script Supervisor
  Lo Kit-Ying
 
Cinematographer
  Siu Yuen-Chi
 
Focus Puller
  Shun Yuk-Ming
 
Lighting
  Cheung Sing-Tung
 
Wardrobe
  Chu Sheng-Shi
 
Makeup
  Simon Chan Kok-Hong   Chan Wing-Yee (2)
 
Hair Dressing
  Hui Kwok-Wai
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Props
  Ma Man-Chun   Alan Ng Nga-Lun
 
Scenery
  Lau Siu-Yeung
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Music
  Chris Babida
 
Dance Choreographer
  David Cheng Wai
 
Planning
  Louis Sit Chi-Hung
 
Film Coordinator
  David Chan Chi-Wai
 
Production Manager
  Olivia Mok Bassett
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Paul Cheung Wing-Hung
 
Unit Manager
  Sunny Tan
 
Still Photographer
  Chan Yuk (2)
 
Foley
  Ng Kwok-Wah
 
Dialogue
  Sit Kwan (2)   Zhao Ling-Zhi (2)
 
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  Phillipines
 
 
Summary
  Mr. Boo is seemingly doomed to spend the rest of his daysas a cook in a teppanyaki restaurant, married to the corpulent and overbearing daughter of the gun-happy owner. Mr. Boo's unhappy menage is completed by a decrepit grandfather and an unsavory assortment of self-seeking relatives. His only escape is his private fantasy world. But his propensity for disaster finds fulfillment; escape and reality become inextricably entwined, and what was supposed to be an idyllic holiday in the Philippines with his girlfriend becomes a nightmare family outing. [Rim Films Catalog]