The Conmen in Vegas

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The Conmen in Vegas
Film poster
MandarinDǔ Xiá Dà Zhàn Lā Sī Wéi Jiā Sī
CantoneseDou2 Hap6 Daai6 Zin3 Laai1 Si1 Wai4 Gaa1 Si1
Directed byWong Jing
Produced byWong Jing
Written byWong Jing
StarringAndy Lau
Natalis Chan
Nick Cheung
Kelly Lin
Meggie Yu
Jewel Lee
Alex Man
Music byRonald Ng
CinematographyHorace Wong
Edited byMarco Mak
Angie Lam
Win's Entertainment
Jing's Production
Distributed byChina Star Entertainment Group
Release date
  • 25 June 1999 (1999-06-25)
Running time
93 minutes
CountryHong Kong
Box officeHK$17,761,670

The Conmen in Vegas is a 1999 Hong Kong action comedy film produced, written and directed by Wong Jing and is a sequel to the 1998 film, The Conman. The film stars original returning cast members Andy Lau and Nick Cheung with new cast members Natalis Chan, Kelly Lin, Meggie Yu, Alex Man and Jewel Lee in her debut film role. The film was partially filmed in the Caesars Palace Resort, Las Vegas.


The story directly follows The Conman, where Dragon's sister, Ching, has left to study in Canada. After King and Dragon defeat Macau Mon, they become swindling partners. Along with Dragons' older cousin Luk Chard, the trio try swindling a large amount of money from Big Eyed Man at his underground casino. While the trio are enjoying themselves, unexpectedly, Man sends people to kill them and kidnap Dragon.

King and Luk Chard are brought to the Senior Chinese Front. It turns out that they want to hire them to go to Las Vegas to complete a task: to catch Peter Chu, a man who was in charge of multiple Tofu-dreg projects in the past few years in China, and then stole a large amount of property and fled to the United States. Because Peter Chu is backed by many American politicians and organised gangs, they could not use diplomatic and legal channels to extradite him, they could only send a few gambling experts to catch him in the casino where he visits daily. King and Luk would receive $120,000,000 as a reward. Since King needs to give $30,000,000 to Big Eyed Man to rescue Dragon, he accepts the task and goes to Las Vegas with Luk Chard.

After arriving in Las Vegas, King and Luk Chard encounters two gorgeous ladies Betty and Sammi. The four of them set a trap and with the help of King's friend, adult film director Handsome Wu, they finally escort Peter Chu back to China and retrieve stolen money and rescue Dragon. After this, King and Betty also become lovers.


Theme song[edit]

  • Only You in My Heart (心只有你)
    • Composer: Duck Lau
    • Lyricist: Duck Lau
    • Singer: Andy Lau

Box office[edit]

The film grossed HK$17,761,670 during its theatrical run from 25 June to 21 July 1999 in Hong Kong.

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