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冷面狙擊手 (1991)
Tiger Cage III
Alias: Tiger Cage 3
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English 
Circuit: Dickson 
Genre: Action 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 11/14/1991 - 11/22/1991
Box Office: HK $3,410,007
  Yuen Wo-Ping
  Patrick Leung Gin
  Patrick Leung Pak-Kin
  Anthony Wong Wing-Fai
Action Choreographers
  Yuen Shun-Yi
  Ku Huen-Chiu
  Stephen Shin Kei-Yin
  Cheung Kwok-Leung ... Insp. James
  Michael Wong Man-Tak ... Insp. John
  Sharla Cheung Man ... Suki Cheung
  Wong Kam-Kong ... Lee Siu Bong
  John Cheung Ng-Long ... Roy
  Wu Fung ... Jeff/Sir Liu
  Lau Shun ... Fisherman who saved James
  Michael Dinga ... Alex
  Ridley Tsui Bo-Wah ... Billy
  Tam Suk-Mui ... Suki's secretary
  Lau Fai    
  Sze Mei-Yee ... Insp. Chan Tak Shun
  Sze-To Chi-Keung ... Bong's thug
  Fong Wai-Lap ... William Wong
  Wong Tak-Lap    
  Wang De-Jin ... Chan
  Lui Siu-Ming ... Stephen, CCB officer
  Lam Kwok-Kit ... CCB officer
  Tang Tai-Wo ... Bong's thug
  Tony Ling Chi-Wah ... Bong's thug
  Chun Kwai-Bo ... Bong's thug
  Jim James ... Joe
  Chan Siu-Wah ... Bong's thug
  Unknown 90s Actor (3) ... Mr Ho
  Unknown 90s Actor (15) ... Bong's thug
  Wong Kim-Wai ... Thug
  Leung Choi ... Bodyguard
  Bill Lui Tak-Wai ... Bong's thug
  Jackson Ng Yuk-Sue ... Bong's thug
  Dion Lam Dik-On ... Bong's thug
  Leung Shing-Hung ... Bong's thug
  Wong Ka-Leung ... Bong's thug
  Jacky Cheung Chun-Hung ... Bong's thug
  Ernest Mauser ... Party guest
  Chan Kai-Tong ... Bong's thug
Production Company
  D & B Films Co., Ltd.
  D & B Film Distribution (Hong Kong)
Executive Director
  Anthony Wong Wing-Fai
Assistant Director
  Chow Wing-Tuen   Hester Yip Shui-Fong
Script Supervisor
  Ng Kwan-Yuk
  Ko Chiu-Lam
Focus Puller
  Chris Lee Chi-Wa
  Siu Chi-Ming
Art Director
  Ho Chi-Hang
Costume Designer
  Pauline Lau Bo-Lam
Costume Assistant
  Rosa Chow Man-Kit
  Ma Kam-Shim
  Cheng Yu-Lai
Special Makeup Effects
  Cheng Wai-Fong
  Kwok Ting-Hung   Lee Yim-Hoi   Wong Wing-Ming
  Chan Fong-Tai
Original Music
  Wong Si-Yuen
Car Stunts Director
  Sze-To Chi-Keung
  Dickson Poon Dik-Sang
  Anthony Wong Wing-Fai
Production Manager
  Four Tse Liu-Shut
Associate Production Manager
  Lau Kai-Wing
Assistant Production Manager
  Catherine Sze Oi-Ling
Project Manager
  Wan Yat-Tao
Unit Manager
  Lau Fai
  Man Bing-Fai
Tea Lady
  Yuen Lai-Chu
Recording Studio
  Cinema City Recording Studio
Mixing Studio
  Cinema City Recording Studio
  Ng Kwok-Wah
Post-Production Coordinator
  Tang Wing-Hung (3)
Post-Production Assistant
  Cheung Hong (2)
Cantonese Dialogue Coach
  Ding Yue
Mandarin Dialogue Coach
  Doris Wong Wai-Kwan
  Kam Park Props Production Co.   Hollywood Movies Services Co., Ltd.
  S & P Films Laboratory Ltd.
  Fine Art Production Co.
  The last of a 3-part series, action continues with CHANG MIN & RICKY CHEUNG. [Tai Seng Catalog] James and John are buddies in the police force. John also dabbles in the stock market, while James fears losing his snooty and upwardly-mobile fiancee (Cheung Man). John and James stake out a shady deal done by fiancee's boss, but fiancee is already planning a few double-crosses.. The arrest of the boss benefits another crime boss (Wong Kam Kong), who becomes fiancee's new boss, and these two scheme to fleece another businessman Jeff. Meanwhile, James has his face nearly burned off in a raid gone wrong, and he flees to the mainland in shame. Still adoring his fiancee, James gradually decides to return. His relationship with John becomes strained, as John finds out just what a total bitch James' fiancee is, but James won't accept it.