Yesteryou, Yesterme, Yesterday Trailer

Yesteryou, Yesterme, Yesterday Trailer (1993)

30 April 1993

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Cast

John Dang Yat-Gwan

as Yeung Da Bor / Narrator

Eric Tsang

as Yeung Chu Chang

Petrina Fung Bo-Bo

as Mrs Yeung Kwan Po Chiu

Shirley Lui Sau-Ling

as Cheung Hameng

Ellen Lo Oi-Lun

as Ting Ting

Wong Wai-Naam

as Mo Shan Kwan

Ann Bridgewater

as Shrinking Violet / Lo Mo Zen

Dickson Leung

as Ho Ying Chun

Almen Wong Pui-Ha

as Principal

Robin Leung

as Ho Ying Kit

Joel Leung

as Dolby

Steve Santoso

as Fat Cat

Tse Wai-Kit

as Teddy Tse Yin

Barry Wong

as James Wong

Wilson Lam

as Mr. Fong

Crew

Samson Chiu

Director

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 30 April 1993

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