Don't Fool Me

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Don't Fool Me
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Traditional 中環英雄
Simplified 中环英雄
Mandarin Zhōng Huán Yīng Xióng
Cantonese Zung1 Waan4 Jing1 Hung4
Directed by Herman Yau
Produced by Taylor Wong
Written by Rico Chung
Lam Chiu Wing
Starring Andy Lau
Tony Leung
Teresa Mo
Fennie Yuen
Music by Shui Jing Mai
Cinematography Puccini Yu
Edited by Ma Chung Yiu
Production
  company
Wing Fat Film Production
Distributed by D&B Films Distribution
Release date(s)
  • 2 March 1991 (1991-03-02)
Running time 98 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$13,402,221

Don't Fool Me (中環英雄) is a 1991 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Herman Yau starring Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Teresa Mo and Fennie Yuen.

Plot[edit]

Two friends, Hero Wah (Andy Lau) and Cheung Ho Kit (Tony Leung) star are two old friends who meet up in later life. Wah is a triad gang member and Kit is an insurance salesman, Hero is looking for a career change and Kit has become disillusioned with life after discovering he has a "bubble" in his brain that could burst at any time killing him. The two decide to switch lives for a bit with the Triad going respectable and the Insurance Salesman taking on the world of the Triads. As well as a new life, both of the two friends find new love.

Cast[edit]

  • Andy Lau as Hero Wah
  • Tony Leung Chiu-Wai as Cheung Ho Kit
  • Teresa Mo as Miss Mui
  • Fennie Yuen as Fanny
  • Charine Chan as Margaret
  • Michael Chan as Fanny's Father
  • Shing Fui-On as Mad Po
  • Tien Feng as Yip Chi-Mei
  • Anthony Wong as Su, Nerd's Brother
  • Gabriel Wong as Nerd in Bar
  • Stuart Ong as Mister Yung
  • Yau Kin Kwok as Kung Fu bodyguard
  • Jeffrey Lam as Big Brother in bar
  • Chow Mei Yan as TV reporter
  • Sin Kwok Wah
  • Lee Hoi Sang as Big Mouth
  • Leung Sap Yat
  • Shui Jing Mai
  • Wong Chi Keung as Chiuchow boss
  • Au Siu Hei
  • Kam Yat Lung
  • Nip Pang Fung
  • Bruce Law as Brother Nut
  • James Ha as Mad Po's thug
  • Tsang Kan Wing as Senior police officer
  • Sham Chin Po as robber
  • Hau Woon Ling as Temple medium
  • Garry Chan as angry driver
  • Chan King as casino clerk
  • Anthony Cho as rascal
  • Steve Mak as rascal
  • Choi Kwok Keung as robber
  • Ho Wing Cheung as robber
  • Fung Man Kwong as robber

Box office[edit]

This film grossed HK$13,402,221 at the Hong Kong box office during its theatrical run from 2 March to 22 March 1991 in Hong Kong.

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