|Directed by||Sammo Hung|
|Written by||Barry Wong|
|Produced by||Sammo Hung|
|Distributed by||Bojon Films|
Pedicab Driver (Chinese: 群龍戲鳳; Cantonese Yale: Kwan lung hei fung) is a 1989 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by and starring Sammo Hung, who portrays the leader of a crew of cycle rickshaw drivers in 1930s Macau. The movie features guest appearances by Eric Tsang, Corey Yuen and Lau Kar-leung. Warner Bros. has included the film in the catalogue of Warner Archive Collection.
Lo Tung and his friend Malted Candy are pedicab drivers working on the streets of Macau. Lo Tung falls in love with a baker named Ping and Malted Candy falls in love with a prostitute named Hsaio Tsui. The problem is that both of the objects of their affections are working under cruel and lecherous bosses. The pair must somehow find a way to win the ladies' hearts and free them from their unpleasant jobs.
Cast and roles
- Sammo Hung - Lo Tung
- Lau Kar-leung - Boss of Gambling House (as Kar Leung-Lau)
- Max Mok - Mai Chien-Tang / Malted Candy
- Chan Lung - Coolie
- Alfred Cheung - Jewelry Store Owner
- Billy Chow - Master 5's Man
- Chung Fat - Thug
- Maria Cordero - Auntie
- Lam Ching-ying - Uncle Sheng
- Billy Lau - Tan
- Nina Li Chi - Ping
- Lowell Lo - Shan Cha Cake
- Eddie Maher - Thug
- Mang Hoi - Rice Pudding
- John Shum - Master 5
- Sun Yueh - Fang
- Eric Tsang - Man with cleaver
- Dick Wei - Wei
- Manfred Wong - Pork bun seller
- Corey Yuen - Coolie (as Kwai Yuen)
- Fennie Yuen - Hsiao-Tsui
- James Mou - Keung
- Hsiao Hou - Master Five's Thug
Pedicab Driver grossed $14,784,774 HKD at the Hong Kong box office.
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