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有Friend冇驚 (1984)
Winner Takes All?
Alias: 九命福星
Origin: Hong Kong
Genres: Crime  Drama 
Theatrical Run (HK): 10/18/1984 - 10/25/1984
Box Office: HK $3,372,153
  Stanley Siu Wing
  Stephen Shiu Yeuk-Yuen
Martial Arts Director
  Luk Chuen
  Alan Tang Kwong-Wing
  Alan Tang Kwong-Wing ... Joe
  Stanley Fung Sui-Fan ... Fung Wah
  Olivia Cheng Man-Nga ... Ann
  Chang Kuo-Chu ... Robbery gang leader
  Shirley Kwan Suet-Lai ... CID madam
  Wong Chik-Sam ... Tiger Wong
  Billy Chow Bei-Lei ... Tak
  Kong Foo-Tak ... Dick
  Wong Wai (2) ... Solicitor Wong
  Yeung Ying-Yu ... Lulu Fung
  Liu Chun-Hung ... Gun club member
  David Wu Dai-Wai ... Policeman
  Lily Chan Lee-Lee ... Elsa
  Helena Law Lan ... Nurse
  Lau Yat-Fan ... Cheung's uncle
  Cheng Siu-Ping ... Cheung's aunt
  Yuen Ling-To ... Cheung
  Tsang Choh-Lam ... Building doorman
  Pak Sha-Lik ... Villager
  Tenky Tin Kai-Man ... Village lunatic
  Yat Boon-Chai ... Sunny
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... Chan [uncredited]
  Yu Miu-Lin ... Jewelry store customer [uncredited]
  Fong Ping (2) ... Motel clerk [uncredited]
  Paco Yick Tin-Hung ... Monkey [uncredited]
  Tong Pau-Chung ... Monkey's gangster [uncredited]
  Lam Foo-Wai ... Fatty [uncredited]
  Lam Tit-Ching ... Policeman [uncredited]
  Luk Ying-Hong ... CID [uncredited]
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (1) ... Police sergeant [uncredited]
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (2) ... CID [uncredited]
  Fei Pak ... Policeman [uncredited]
  Sam Kin-Sang ... Policeman [uncredited]
  Wong Kim-Bun ... Gangster [uncredited]
  Simon Ma Siu-Mang ... Policeman [uncredited]
  Stanley Tong Gwai-Lai ... Gangster [uncredited]
  Steve Daw ... [Uncredited]
Production Company
  The Wing-Scope Film Production Ltd.
  The Wing-Scope Film Production Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Stanley Ko Moon-Kai
Script Supervisor
  Chan Chun-Ming
  Paul Chan Chung-Chau
Focus Puller
  Horace Wong Wing-Hang
  Wong Wai-Chi (2)
Art Director
  Cho Tim-Woh
  Ching Sau-Chu
  Tung Chi-Shing
  Mak Tsz-Tat
  Ho Chieh-Fu
  Chan Ho-Ming (2)
  Rover Tang Kwong-Chow
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
Production Manager
  Sunny Leung Yat-San
Unit Manager
  Kwok Kap-Cheung
Set Runner
  Lam Tuen
Still Photographer
  Piggy Chan Kam-Chuen
Recording Studio
  Leung Yue-Ping
  Ding Yue
  Joe is betrayed by his gang (lead by Cheung Kwok Chu), who then set out to kill him. On the run, he forcibly enters the apartment of Ann. Despite being initially scared, Joe departs on fairly friendly terms, and catches up with Ann again the next day at her work (she's a children's ballet teacher). One of Ann's students is Sweetie, whose father Mr Fung dotes on her. Fung, a jeweller, is also being romantically pursued by one of his employees, Elsa. The following day, Joe's old gang rob Fung's jewellery shop, during which time they snatch Sweetie. Fung pursues the villains just long enough to see one of them (Billy Chow) throw Sweetie out of the car, to her death. Distraught, Fung charges down to the police station, only to find that them little better than the Keystone Cops. So he follows Joe around, pleading with him to form a partnership to kill the crooks. In the meantime, Joe and Ann go through lots of boy-meets-girl stuff. The remainder of the action is mainly the changing dynamic between Fung and Joe.