Hong Kong Godfather
|Hong Kong Godfather|
|Mandarin||Chōng Jí Tiān Zǐ Mén Shēng|
|Cantonese||Cung1 Gik1 Tin1 Zi2 Mun4 Sang1|
|Directed by||Ho Cheuk Wing|
|Produced by||Chan Chi Ming|
|Screenplay by||Nam Yin|
|Music by||Jim Sam|
|Edited by||Kwok Ting Hung|
Wang Fat Film Production
|Distributed by||Golden Princess Amusement|
|12 September 1991|
Hong Kong Godfather is a 1991 Hong Kong action crime film directed by Ho Cheuk Wing starring Andy Lau.
When the leader of the Hung Hing syndicate is framed for the murder of a high ranking cop, he goes into hiding and leaves the syndicate in the hands of his sons with his youngest son Koo Siu York (Andy Lau) taking his place. A rival Triad branch is looking to move in on their territory and a war soon erupts between the two groups with a newly appointed CID detective (Roy Cheung) caught in the middle.
- Andy Lau as Koo Siu York
- Roy Cheung as Inspector Leung Chun Pong
- Tommy Wong as Michael Koo Wu
- Lung Fong as Fred
- Yu Li as Jenny Lam
- Joey Wong as Mrs. Leung Chun Pong
- Alan Tang
- Lo Lieh as Detective Sam Lam
- Jason Pai as Mark
- Tom Wu
- ↑ "Hong Kong Godfather". imdb.com. Retrieved 30 July 2010.
- ↑ "Hong Kong Godfather". chinesemov.com. Retrieved 30 July 2010.
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