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義蓋雲天 (1986)
A Hearty Response
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin 
Genre: Action 
Theatrical Run (HK): 10/30/1986 - 11/20/1986
Box Office: HK $13,461,667
 
Director
  Norman Law Man
 
Screenwriter
  Lai Man-Cheuk
 
Action Designers
  Tony Leung Siu-Hung
  Luk Chuen
  Benz Kong To-Hoi
 
Producer
  Alan Tang Kwong-Wing
 
 
Cast
  Chow Yun-Fat ... Ho Ting Bon
  Joey Wong Cho-Yin ... Kwong Sun
  Lui Fong ... Long Man
  Paul Chun Pui ... Chief Insp Lui Tak
  Poon Lai-Yin ... Judy
  Lee Heung-Kam ... Ho Ting Bon's mother
  Shum Wai ... Shing
  Kent Cheng Jak-Si ... Policeman outside bank
  Wong Wan-Si ... Auntie Wan
  Felix Lok Ying-Kwan ... Restaurant manager
  Ng Hong-Sang ... Addict Hung
  Chiu Chi-Ling ... Doctor
  Siao San-Yan ... Wan's husband [uncredited]
  Ng Kwok-Kin ... Policeman [uncredited]
  Fei Pak ... Policeman
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (6) ... Policeman
  Danny Tang Yau-Kay    
  Chang Kin-Ming    
  Lung Ying (2) ... [Extra]
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest Productions
  The Wing-Scope Film Production Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Ding Cheuk-Lun   Chui Yuen-Hung
 
Script Supervisor
  Lee Kam-Fai
 
Cinematographer
  Sung Gwong-Wa
 
Focus Puller
  Lee Kwok-Kin
 
Lighting
  Chan Fai-Yim
 
Art Director
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi
 
Costume
  Lui Lai-Kwan
 
Makeup
  Tung Chi-Shing
 
Editor
  Poon Hung
 
Props
  Ho Chieh-Fu
 
Music
  Danny Chung Ting-Yat   Sherman Chow Gam-Cheung
 
Presenter
  Rover Tang Kwong-Chow
 
Film Coordinator
  Eva Wong Yee-Fan
 
Production Manager
  Lam Suk-Jan   Elizabeth Lau Sin-Man   Anthony Lo Ga-Chi
  Sam Yi-Wa
 
Unit Manager
  Kwok Kap-Cheung
 
Set Runner
  Kwan Hoi-Cheung   Lam Tuen
 
Still Photographer
  Ng Lik-Fong   Kong Yat-Wah
 
Foley
  Leung Yue-Ping
 
Cantonese Dialogue
  Lee Chi-Keung (4)
 
Laboratory
  Cine Art Laboratory Ltd.
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  CHOW YUN FAT and JOEY WANG star in this romantic action thriller.JOEY tries to escape from the hands of a greedy smuggler and in the process is hit by CHOW's car. She fakes amnesia to protect her illegal identity and the guilt-ridden CHOW becomes her savior. [from the Tai Seng Catalog]