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整蠱專家 (1991)
Tricky Brains
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin 
Circuit: Newport 
Genres: Comedy  Mo Lai Tau (Nonsense Comedy) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 02/02/1991 - 03/07/1991
Box Office: HK $31,388,471
  Wong Jing
  Wong Jing
Martial Arts Director
  Benz Kong To-Hoi
  Jimmy Heung Wah-Sing
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... Chi Man-Kit
  Stephen Chow Sing-Chi ... Jing Koo
  Rosamund Kwan Chi-Lam ... Lucy Ching
  Chingmy Yau Suk-Ching ... Banana Fung
  Ng Man-Tat ... Yan Chi
  Waise Lee Chi-Hung ... Macky
  Wong Jing ... Chiu
  Bau Hon-Lam ... Mr Ching
  John Ching Tung ... Ultimate Tricky Expert
  Manor Chan Man-Na ... Yan Chi's ex-lover
  Shing Fui-On ... Mr Chu [cameo]
  Yu Miu-Lin ... Mrs Chu
  Lo Fan ... Sharky [cameo]
  Charlie Cho Cha-Lee ... Single Eyes
  Jo Jo Ngan Lai-Yue ... Banana's hired whore
  Benz Kong To-Hoi ... Mr Kut Chun
  Bill Lung Biu ... Bald disco rascal
  Lam Foo-Wai ... Disco rascal
  Chang Seng-Kwong ... Disco rascal
  Tam Wai-Man ... Disco rascal
  Dion Lam Dik-On ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  Tang Tai-Wo ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  Lau Shung-Fung ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  Jackson Ng Yuk-Sue ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  So Wai-Nam ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  Jameson Lam Wa-Fan ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  Ng Kwok-Kin ... Police officer
  Kent Chow Shu-Gei ... Office worker
  Lam Kwok-Kit ... Office worker
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (7) ... Policeman at party
  Unknown 90s Police Actor (1) ... Policeman at party
  Cheung Siu ... Party guest
  Unknown 90s Actor (9) ... Party guest
  Unknown 90s Actor (10) ... Party guest
  Unknown 90s Actor (15) ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
  Wong Wai-Fong ... Disco rascal
  Danny Tang Yau-Kay ... Disco rascal
  Yan Kin-Wai ... Ultimate Tricky Expert's thug
Production Company
  Win's Movie Productions
  Newport Films Distribution Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Sherman Wong Jing-Wa   Raymond Yip Wai-Man
Script Supervisor
  Albert Mak Kai-Kwong
Director of Photography
  Peter Pau Tak-Hai
  Chan Lik-Hang
  Lee Tak-Shing
Best Boy
  Yan Chi-Kin
Art Director
  Raymond Lee King-Man
Art Assistant
  Andrew Cheuk Man-Yiu
Costume Designer
  Shirley Chan Koo-Fong
  Man Yun-Mei
Costume Assistant
  Connie Au-Yeung Ha
  Man Yun-Ling
Hair Stylist
  Benji Chan
  Robert Choi Hung
  Wong Yin-Wai   Yeung Lun (2)
  Lowell Lo Koon-Ting
  Sherman Chow Gam-Cheung
  Jimmy Heung Wah-Sing
  Jimmy Law Kwok-Keung
Production Manager
  Stanley Wu Siu-Cheong
Associate Production Manager
  Ivy Kong Yuk-Yee
Assistant Production Manager
  Kwok Kwei-Shing   Kwok Wai-Kei
Unit Manager
  Sin Bo-Ming
Still Photographer
  Kam Yeung-Yan
Tea Lady
  Jan Che
F/X Director
  Jonathan Ting Yuen-Tai
Recording Studio
  Showreel Film Facilities
  Ng Kwok-Wah
  Ding Yue
  Salon Films (HK) Ltd.
  Fung Wai-Lam (2)
  International Subtitle Company
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  Filmed in Panavision® Jing Koo (Stephen Chow) is a master of performing heinous tricks on people. Chi Man Kit (Andy Lau) is a newly promoted assistant manager at a very large corporation, run by Lucy's (Rosamund Kwan) dad. Banana (Chingmy Yau) is Lucy's best friend and a co-worker at the corporation. Macky (Waise Lee) is also a manager at the company and used to be Lucy's boyfriend. In order to get back into Lucy's graces, Macky employs the services of Jing Koo. As part of an elaborate scheme, Jing Koo becomes the long lost son of Mr. Chi (Ng Man-Tat), the dad of Kit and thus becoming the brother of Kit. When Jing Koo finally feels guilty about putting the Chi family through so much, he terminates his 'contract' with Macky. However, Macky then decides to hire another 'trick master', played by John Ching. The ending scene of tricks played against each other is quite hilarious. - Yellow Hammer