Inspector Pink Dragon
|Inspector Pink Dragon|
|Mandarin||Shén Tàn Mǎ Rú Lóng|
|Cantonese||San4 Taam3 Maa2 Jyu4 Lung4|
|Directed by||Gordon Chan|
|Produced by||Lawrence Cheng
|Written by||John Chan|
Nina Li Chi
Tony Leung Ka-fai
|Music by||Lam Miu-uak
Blue Max Productions
|Edited by||Chan Kei-hop|
Golden Harvest Productions
|Distributed by||Golden Harvest|
Inspector Pink Dragon is a 1991 Hong Kong action-crime-comedy film produced by and starring Lawrence Cheng and directed by Gordon Chan. The film is also one of the earliest Hong Kong productions shot in sync sound.
Inspector Ma Yue-lung (Lawrence Cheng) bumps into his ex-classmate and longtime lover, Julia (Rosamund Kwan), while catching a thief. They both later go to an alumni and see another ex-classmate, Ma Yau-yau (Tony Leung Ka-fai), who is now Julia's superior. When Yau returns home, he is murdered by Peter (Peter Lai). Heavy Crime Bureau chief Pau Yu Chat (Kenneth Tsang) sends Lung to go undercover to take Yau's job. After Lung goes undercover, he rises in rank and his paychecks increase. Julia also begins to develop feelings for Lung. Lung's girlfriend, Ching (Nina Li Chi), suspects that something is wrong with Lung. Later, Julia brings Lung to meet a land developer, Tang Kwok-kiu (Damian Lau). During that time, another murder case comes up. Lung later finds out that Tang is the mastermind behind this, but he, Julia and Ching has become Tang's chests. Another inspector, Shek Chun (Waise Lee), then gathers evidence and is determined to bring Tang to justice.
|Lawrence Cheng||Inspector Ma Yue-lung (Pink Dragon)|
|Waise Lee||Inspector Shek Chun|
|Damian Lau||Tang Kwok-kiu|
|Nina Li Chi||Ching|
|Vindy Chan||Ma Yue-fung|
|Tony Leung Ka-fai||Ma Yau-yau (guest star)|
|Lily Lee||CID, Shek's assistant|
|Kenneth Tsang||Chief Inspector Pau Yu-chat|
|Lawrence Lau||Fatty Lan|
|Fruit Chan||Popsicle seller|
|Suki Kwan||Ma Yau-yau's wife|
|Dion Lam||Guard at Tang's mansion|
|Chung Wing||Tang's thug|
|Allan Fung||KC Fung|
|Angela Fong||Yu Tai No|
|Brenda Lo||Fatty Grandma|
|Chan Wing-chiu||Hi-Fi Teacher|
- The Chinese name of Lawrence Cheng's character (馬如龍) is the same name of Jackie Chan's character in Project A. Chan's character also has an English name, Dragon Ma, while Cheng's does not.
- The Chinese name of Tony Leung Ka-fai's character (馬友友) is also the Chinese name of famed celloist Yo-Yo Ma.
The film grossed HK$8,179,321 at the Hong Kong box office.