|Mandarin||Qū Mó Jǐngchá|
|Cantonese||Keoi1 Mo1 Ging2 Caat3|
|Directed by||Stephen Tung|
|Produced by||Lam Ching-ying|
|Written by||Sam Chi-leung
|Music by||BMG Melody Bank|
|Editing by||Kwok Ting-hung
|Studio||Movie Impact Ltd.
Millifame Productions Ltd.
|Distributed by||Media Asia|
|Running time||87 minutes|
Magic Cop, also informally known as Mr. Vampire 5, is a 1990 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by, and starring Lam Ching-ying.
Uncle Feng, an experienced policeman, lives a quiet and beautiful life in Tung Ping Chau. One day, the old lady living next door comes to ask him to go to Hong Kong Island to return the body of her daughter, a stewardess killed by the police after being suspected of being a drug smuggler. Feng finds that the "stewardess" had actually been killed before her return to Hong Kong. She had been turned into a "living corpse", and is being controlled by a Japanese magician for smuggling. With Feng's supernatural skills and detective techniques, they finally find the location of the secret altar of the Japanese magician.
- Lam Ching-ying as Uncle Feng
- Michael Miu as Sergeant No. 2237
- Wilson Lam as Detective Lam
- Wong Mei-way as Lin
- Michiko Nishiwaki as Japanese magician
- Wu Ma as Ma
- Billy Chow as Japanese magician's henchman
- Frankie Chin as Eddie
|Unknown||Hong Kong||II||Megastar (HK)||NTSC||Cantonese||Cantonese/English||2VCDs|||
|20 April 2004||Hong Kong||N/A||Mega Star (HK)||NTSC||ALL||Cantonese, Mandarin||Dolby Digital 5.1||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|||
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