My Hero 2

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My Hero 2
My Hero 2 DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Joe Chu
Starring Dicky Cheung
Ng Man Tat
Release date
  • 1993 (1993)
Running time
93 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

My Hero 2 (一本漫畫闖天涯2之妙想天開) is a 1993 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Joe Chu, starring Dicky Cheung and Ng Man Tat. Despite the title, it is not a sequel to the movie "My Hero (1990)", starring Stephen Chow.


The movie is about Cheung Kin-Hong's (Dicky Cheung) ploy to get a good story involving triads for his comics. He is a comics artist and writer who has not been very successful in the past. Then one day he encounters his hero, Brother Tat (Ng Man-Tat) at his regular cafe. He manages to convince Tat, who happens to be also involved with the triads, to help him get the information he needed for his comics. How did it turn out? Did it help him to succeed?


Dicky Cheung --- Cheung Kin Hong
Ng Man-tat --- Brother Tat
Vivian Lai Shui-yan --- Angel
Meg Lam --- Pauline, Cheung's mother
Joe Chu Kai-Sang --- gang member
Bowie Wu --- Ah Sau, Angel's father
Hoh Dung --- waiter
Pak Man-Biu --- Sau's buddy
Rico Chu Tak-On --- Brother Hairy
William Ho Ka-Kui --- Brother Siu
Lee Ho-Kwan --- Brother Kwan
Lee Siu-Kei --- Brother Chi
Ha Chun-Chau
Mak Hiu-Wai --- Cheung's boss
Simon Lui Yue-Yeung --- Cheung's colleague
Jeffrey Ho Wai-Lung --- Supermarket manager
Law Shu-Kei --- Senior police officer
Chan Ging-Cheung
Stephen Chow (from "My Hero" footage)
Lam Chi-Pao
Ernest Mauser --- Police officer
Victor Hon Kwan --- triad
Lui Siu-Ming --- thug
Choi Kwok-Ping --- rascal
Benny Lai Keung-Kuen --- (extra / stunt)
Go Shut-Fung --- (extra / stunt)
Rocky Lai Keung-Kun --- (extra / stunt)
Johnny Cheung Wa --- (extra] / stunt)

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