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龍貓燒鬚 (1992)
Lethal Contact
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Regal 
Genres: Action  Comedy 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/16/1992 - 01/24/1992
Box Office: HK $2,280,416
  Kent Cheng Jak-Si
  Billy Lau Nam-Kwong
  Barry Wong Ping-Yiu
Martial Arts Director
  Tony Leung Siu-Hung
  Jeff Lau Chun-Wai
  Kent Cheng Jak-Si ... Penguin
  Billy Lau Nam-Kwong ... Polar Bear
  Jaclyn Chu Wai-Shan ... Mrs Lo
  Wilson Lam Jun-Yin ... Lo Raimy
  Jeff Falcon ... Boss
  Sibelle Hu Hui-Chung ... Snr Insp Wu
  Lam Yin-Ming ... Mimi's roommate
  Amy Yip Ji-Mei ... Mimi
  Pomson Shi    
  Lung Ming-Yan ... Lung
  Thomas Sin Ho-Ying    
  Stephen Tsang Kwong-Chin    
  Oscar Lam Wai-Kin    
  Rainy Chan Choi-Yin    
  Lam Chi-Tai ... Robber
  Patrick Ling Chi-Hung ... Robber/Thug
  Cheng Ka-Sang ... Thug
  Choi Hin-Cheung    
  Leung Sam (2)    
  Cheung Wing-Hon ... Thug
  Hon Nin-Sang ... Extra
  Woo Wing-Tat ... Extra
  Chang Seng-Kwong ... Extra
  Yiu Man-Kei (2) ... Extra
  Hung San-Nam ... Extra
Production Company
  Golden Flare Films Co., Ltd.
Filming Company
  Golden Flare Films Co., Ltd.
  Regal Films Distribution Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
  Ma Koon-Wah
Art Director
  Eric Lam Sai-Kan
Assistant Martial Arts Director
  Leung Shing-Hung
  Wong Hoi (4)
Production Manager
  Amy Lam Wai-Ha
  Polar Bear and Penguin are two idiot cops who seem destined to always remain constables, unlike their academy alumunus, Senior Inspector Miss Wu. Also, their rarely-home wives are nightclub hostesses. The two are assigned to assist a cop from Borneo, Lo Raimy, who is on the trail of a witness in the prosecution of a fu-fighting gwailo drug boss. Lo is brutally killed by the villains, and his wife comes over to complete the task, and the two bumbling cops try their best to help.