Oh, My Cops! Trailer

Oh, My Cops! Trailer (1983)

20 July 1983 Action, Comedy, Crime

Buddy cops Porky (Kent Cheng) and Big Mouth (Wong Ching) are promoted to the anti-prostitution division after solving a robbery case. In their bid to crack down on a prostitution ring, the bumbling duo arrange for Margaret (Pat Ha) to go undercover as a hooker as part of their supposedly foolproof plan, which unfortunately and inevitably has to go wrong...

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Cast

Kent Cheng

as Sgt Porky

Liu Wai-hung

as Det. Gambler Mok

Wong Ching

as Det. Big Mouth

Stanley Fung

as Sgt Chiu Kau

Lung Tin-sang

as Det. Rocky

Law Ho-Kai

as Boby

Danny Lee Sau-Yin

as Station O.C.

Pat Ha

as Margaret

Pat Ha Man-Jik

as Margaret

Jamie Luk Kim-Ming

as Luk Kim Ming

So Hang-Suen

as Aunt Kau

Tenky Tin Kai-Man

as Station cleaner

Peter Lai Bei-Dak

as Margaret's lawyer

Ng Kwok-Kin

as Big Shot

International Titles

Mo deng ya men Trailer

摩登衙門 Trailer

Oh! My Cops! Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 20 July 1983

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