McDull, Prince de la Bun

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McDull, Prince de la Bun
Film poster
Traditional 麥兜菠蘿油王子
Simplified 麦兜菠萝油王子
Mandarin Mài Dōu Bō Luó Yóu Wàng Zi
Cantonese Mak6 Dau1 Bo1 Lo4 Yau4 Wong4 Zi1
Directed by Toe Yuen
Produced by Brian Tse
Screenplay by Brian Tse
Story by Brian Tse
Alice Mak
Starring Andy Lau
Sandra Ng
Anthony Wong
Jan Lamb
Chet Lam
Music by Steve Ho
Edited by Toe Yuen
Lee Chun-man
Brian Tse
Bliss Pictures
Lunchtime Production
Release dates
  • 24 June 2004 (2004-06-24)
Running time
78 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$19,218,759

McDull, Prince de la Bun (麥兜菠蘿油王子, McDull, the prince of the pineapple bun with butter) is a 2004 animated Hong Kong film directed by Toe Yuen and starring the voices of Andy Lau, Sandra Ng and Anthony Wong. Telling the story of the life of the fictional pig McDull, it is a sequel to My Life as McDull (2001) and it was followed by McDull, the Alumni (2006).

There is significant word play in the film, some of it based on the "pineapple bun". For example, in slang Cantonese, a "bor lo goi" ("pineapple cap") is a colloquialism for kneecap. The Pancakes, who composed the movie's theme song gum gum gum (Cantonese: 咁咁咁, literally "this, this, this"), was awarded the Best Original Film Song in the 24th Hong Kong Film Awards.

Voice cast[edit]

  • Andy Lau as McBing
  • Sandra Ng as Mrs. McBing / Queen
  • Anthony Wong as Principal / Doctor / Waiter
  • Jan Lamb as Advertiser for burial plot
  • Chet Lam as Young McDull
  • May Che as House wife / fortune teller
  • Eman Lam as Miss Chan
  • Cedric Chan as Ghost voice
  • Tsai Cheng-nan as Harry of Harry Pizza
  • Lee Wing-yin as McDull
  • The Pancakes as Young Mrs. Bing
  • Michael Girad as Jo Jo Ma

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