Front Page Trailer

Front Page Trailer (1990)

24 August 1990 Comedy, Crime 92 mins

Hui, an owner (Michael Hui) of a Hong Kong tabloid magazine company hires martial artist Bill Lee (Sam Hui) to help him get a good headliner for a magazine story to, hopefully, save his failing business. In the process, Bill meets San-San (Catherine Hung Yan), the girlfriend of a jewelry business owner. After thinking that this would make a great headliner, Bill feels sorry for San-San because of her troubled life: her mother has cancer, her brother is mentally disabled and her boyfriend prefers his work over her, and thus is reluctant to publish her story, putting the tabloid company's fate in his hands.

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Cast

Samuel Hui

as Mad Bill Lee

Catherine Hung Yan

as Cheung San-San

Lau Siu-Ming

as Brother Shun

International Titles

San boon gan baat a Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 24 August 1990

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