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表姐,妳玩野! (1991)
The Queen of Gamble
Alias: 賭后
Alias: Gambling Queen
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Golden Princess 
Genres: Comedy  Gambling 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 04/11/1991 - 04/25/1991
Box Office: HK $8,351,074
  Siu Sang
  Siu Sang
  Miu Kong
Action Choreographer
  Ha Kwok-Wing
  Chen Mu-Chuan
  Carol Cheng Yu-Ling ... Nan
  Alex Man Chi-Leung ... Lik
  Sibelle Hu Hui-Chung ... Francis Lee
  Simon Yam Tat-Wah ... Fu Hon Hua
  Ng Man-Tat ... Mr. Fu
  Aaron Kwok Fu-Sing ... Po
  Gigi Lai Chi ... Linda Fu
  Kan Yee-Ching ... Master Pa
  Wong Tin-Lam ... Movie director
  Alan Chui Chung-San ... Kitaro
  Felton Law Gwan-Joh    
  David Chung Gam-Gwai    
  Siu Sang ... Movie director
  Chen Mu-Chuan ... Policeman/Robber
  Ben Cheung Ban    
  Cheung Hei ... Comrade Po
  Chan Dik-Hak ... Uncle San
  Alan Chan Kwok-Kuen ... Mahjong gambler
  San Sin ... Mahjong gambler
  Chu Kong ... Mahjong gambler
  Lee Hin-Ming ... Mahjong parlour staff
  Chow Kong ... Mahjong gambler
  Ha Kwok-Wing ... Thug
  Ai Wai ... Mahjong gambler
  Chang Seng-Kwong ... Mahjong gambler
  Patrick Ling Chi-Hung ... Stuntman on movie set/Robber
  Wong Kim-Bun ... Robber
  Tang Chiu-Yau ... Hitman on the yacht
  Joe Chu Cho-Kuen ... Hitman on the yacht
  Cheung Ping-Chuen ... Hitman on the yacht
  Danny Tang Yau-Kay ... Hitman on the yacht
  Ho Wing-Cheung ... Hitman on the yacht
  Leung Ka-Hung ... Hitman on the yacht
  Kenneth Smyth ... Drunken man
  Yan Kin-Wai ... Mainland coast guard
  Choi Kin-Shing ... Mainland coast guard
  Tam Wai-Man ... Extra
  Sham Chin-Bo ... Extra
  Wong Chi-Kin ... Extra
  Lam Foo-Wai ... Extra
  Dion Lam Dik-On ... Extra
  Fan Chin-Hung ... Extra
  Lam Chi-Tai ... Extra
  Lai Sau-Kit ... Extra
  Leung Shing-Hung ... Extra
  Cheung Wing-Cheung (2) ... Extra
  Wong Kim-Wai ... Extra
  Wong Wai-Shun ... Extra
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (1) ... Policeman
  Sam Kin-Sang ... Policeman
  Kwok Bei-Dak ... Extra
  Unknown 90s Actor (24) ... Extra
  Jim James ... Extra
  Tony Ling Chi-Wah ... Extra
Production Company
  Top Sun Film Production House
Filming Company
  Top Sun Film Production House
  Golden Princess Amusement Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Wen Wei-Ji   Roger Lau Kwok-Fai
  Cheung Tak-Wai
Focus Puller
  Wong Kwok-Keung (5)
  Au Kau
Art Director
  Chang Siu-Guen   Raymond Kwok Siu-Keung
  May Wong Mei-Shing
  Kwan Lai-Na
Hair Stylist
  Rachel Kong Tak-Yen
  Siu Nam
  Wong Sai-Kit (2)
  Chiu Man-Hoi
Theme Song Composer
  Xu Jialiang (2)
  Deric Wan Siu-Lun   Nadia Chan Chung-Ling
  Calvin Poon Yuen-Leung
  Luk Sing-Yuen   Chan Yik-Ling
Senior Producer
  Chung Chi-Kwai
  Ben Cheung Ban
Production Manager
  Wong Lok-Yin
Associate Production Manager
  Tam Wai-Han
Assistant Production Manager
  Wong Yuk-Wa
Unit Manager
  Ho Kwok-On
Set Runner
  Wong Ming-Cheung   Suet Wai-Tong
Still Photographer
  Chow Bo-Kei
Tea Lady
  Lau Yim-Fan
Recording Studio
  Wong's Recording Studio   Cinema City Recording Studio
  Wong Chok-Poon
Cantonese Dialogue
  Alexander Lee Chung-Keung
Mandarin Dialogue
  Lee Ah-Chiu
  Universal Laboratory Limited
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  SS - (**1/2) A low-rent, surprisingly entertaining twist on HK's popular God of Gambler ripoffs. Plain Sister Chen (Do Do Chen) is fresh from the PRC on a black market passport; a clumsy stuntman (Aaron Kwok, in an equally rare role as a dweeb); a playboy gambler (Simon Yam); and a kung fu sweetie (Sibelle Hu) combine forces to topple a cheap, swindling investor. What's more, the casino games are played and won by strategy, not magic. JMF - From the first scene, this movie tries to set up "The Queen of Gamblers" as the next gambling hero, even comparing her to the God of Gamblers and the Saint of Gamblers. Unfortunately, this movie has no style, and even the great Do Do cannot create a heroine who can compare to the previous gambling icons. A very disappointing movie. STSH - Uneven but sometimes entertaining film which tries to make DoDo Cheng into the God Of Gamblers mould. Many of the same tricks are there, but the result lacks the GoG and Wong Jing's flair and pace. I frankly confess to having no great admiration for DoDo's supposed comic talents, though she is quite a competent straight actor. DoDo continues on the character in the really dreadful Her Fatal Ways series