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Tiger on Beat (Lo foo chut gang) (1988)

Tiger on Beat
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Yun-Fat Chow Yun-Fat Chow
Sgt. Francis Li
Nina Li Chi Nina Li Chi
Marydonna
Conan Lee Conan Lee
CID Officer Michael Tso
Norman Chu Norman Chu
Poison Snake Ping
Chia-Hui Liu Chia-Hui Liu
Fai, the Hitman
Shirley Ng Shirley Ng
Mimi Li, Francis' sister
Phillip Ko Phillip Ko
Heroin dealer
Tommy Tam Tommy Tam


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Kwok Chi Tsang Kwok Chi Tsang
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Release date: 19 March 1988
UPC: 601643083940
Tags: Hong Kong (4), 1980s (4), Action (2), Comedy (2), Thriller (2), Crime (2), 1988 (2), Action Hero (2), Drama (2), Foreign Language (1), HQ (1), East Asia (1), Retro Asian (1)
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"Chow Yun-Fat applies the rarely seen flying shotgun technique to murder people from behind a corner. This is certainly his tour-de-force in terms of proving that he can be a true manly man, an asshole, a slippery coward, a charismatic action star and a romantic lead all in a single film. The stunts are, as per the prime of 80s HK-actioners, absolutely golden, and the humor is occasionally very funny, such as when Yun-Fat eats his breakfast of champions that Sylvester Stallone taught him (it's a "



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