The Gambling Ghost Trailer

The Gambling Ghost Trailer (1991)

01 January 1991 Fantasy, Action, Comedy 93 mins

Sammo Hung plays three different characters: Fatty, Fatty's father and Fatty's grandfather, Hung Kau. Fatty is a hotel worker, yearning for sudden wealth. Therefore, he, and his co-worker, enter the gambling world, to the dismay of his father. When Fatty hits rock bottom, the ghost of his grandfather resurrects to help him. However, Fatty learns that his grandfather was murdered, therefore, he will stop at nothing to avenge his death.

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Sammo Hung

as Big Brock/Fat Bao/Hung Gao[3 roles]

Mang Hoi

as Siu-Hon

Nina Li Chi

as Miss Lily

Teddy Yip Wing-Cho

as Yau Mo-Leung

James Wong Jim

as Rich Playboy

Norman Ng Siu-Ping

as Yau Tai Sheng

Lam Ching-Ying

as Taoist priest

Wu Ma

as Uncle Ng

Corey Yuen Kwai

as Brock's poker opponent in dream

Paul Chun Pui

as Brock's poker opponent in dream

Richard Ng

as Check point policeman

International Titles

洪福齊天 Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 01 January 1991

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