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Stooges In Tokyo    (1991)

Director :
Simon Yip Fai Wong

Producer :
Clifton Ko Chi Sum

Other titles : 不文小丈夫之银座嬉春 (HK Title)
Yin zuo xi chun (HK Title)
Country : Hong Kong
Genre : Category 3 / Comedy
HK Category : I I I
Runtime : 89 min.
Video : Colour
Audio : Speaking (Cantonese)
HK Gross : 7.284 M. HK$
 Cast :  
James Wong Jim
Tommy Wong Kwong Leung
Elsie Chan Yik Si
Timothy Zao Chen Yung
San Tak Kan
Hau Woon Ling


James (James Wong), claimed himself as the master of obscenity, is a uncouth/coarse/dirty joke show host. However, the scripts of his shows are actually written by Kwong (Tommy Wong). Since Kwong has been unsatisfied with the money given by James' wife (Amy Yip) for the script writing, he finally goes to another television station to run a similar show with the Temple Street singer Wan (Wan Kwong).
James's show becomes less attractive since Kwong leaves. He invites Wan's wife (Mimi Chu) to perform the show in order to compete with Kwon's show. However, James' competitor also invites his wife to fight back. Kwong leaves and meets James, who is fired, and they decide to perform the show at Temple Street. When Wan sees James and Kwong performing at Temple Street, they start a fight and are surrounded by a crowd. At this moment, Kwong suggests that three of them should run a joke concert together. Eventually, the show has a great vogue. (Joy Sales)

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Elsie Chan Yik Si

Timothy Zao Chen Yung

Hau Woon Ling


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