Mr Coconut Trailer

Mr Coconut Trailer (1989)

21 January 1989 Comedy 100 mins

Michael Hui plays the lovable "Mr. Coconut", who arrives in town from Hainan China where he lived with his coconuts. Here in the sophisticated urban jungles of Hong Kong. "Mr. Coconut" has finally reunited with his family, as he endures Hong Kong Streets of the late 1980s, filled with stock and property gamblers, heavy mobile phones etc..... "Mr. Coconut", a Hong Kong Lunar New Year film classic, is also Michael's first 30 million box office hit in which he received the Best Actor Nomination in 1989.

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Cast

Michael Hui

as Ngan Kwai-Nam

Ricky Hui

as Lime

Rachel Lee

as Shampoo commercial girl

Elsie Chan

as Customer at shoe shop

Shirley Lui Sau-Ling

as Girl molested at railway station

Fennie Yuen Kit-Ying

as Girl molested in MRT

Pauline Kwan

as Young party guest

International Titles

合家歡 Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 21 January 1989

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