Other Titles: Ta Loi Ji Kong Wu Year: 1989 Genre: Comedy Runtime: 1304 min. Number of Episodes: 30 Country: Hong Kong Language: Cantonese Subtitles: English | Traditional Chinese | Simplified Chinese (idx, sub) More info at: Imdb, Drama Wiki & Hkcinemagic Source: KG (credits go to Nine99)
Stephen Chow Sing Chi Kwan Hoi San Lee Heung Kam Alex Man Chi Leung Teresa Mo Sun Kwan Cutie Mui Siu Wai Ng Man Tat Andy Dai Chi Wai Tien Niu Anthony Wong Chau Sang Chan Ga Jin Alan Chui Chung San Ding Yan Patrick Hon Jun Hui Siu Hung
The unstoppable trio of Stephen Chow, Ng Man Tat, and writer-director Lee Lik Chi ruled Hong Kong cinema in the 1990s with blockbuster comedies like Flirting Scholar, God of Cookery, and The King of Comedy, but their golden collaboration actually began in television. In 1989, they collaborated in two extremely popular TVB dramas, the nonsensical martial arts comedy The Final Combat and urban drama The Justice of Life, launching Stephen Chow into great fame. Fondly remembered as one of the best TVB dramas of all time, The Justice of Life features Stephen Chow and Ng Man Tat as a memorable father-son duo, with Chow displaying his unique brand of motormouth "mo lei tau" everyman humor that would later drive his films. Leading the cast is film and television star Alex Man, along with his future wife Tanny Tien and many actors who now form the backbone of Hong Kong cinema, including Anthony Wong, Teresa Mo, Hui Siu Hung, and Wong Yat Fei. Truly one of the classics of Hong Kong television, The Justice of Life draws both laughter and tears with its down-to-earth humor and moving depiction of family, love, and brotherhood. (Allmovie, yesasia.com)
Coming soon in high quality:
In the Line of Duty I - Royal Warriors (1986) (Cantonese)
In the Line of Duty II - Yes Madam/Police Assassins (1985) (Cantonese)
Iron Monkey 2 (1996) (Cantonese)
Prodigal Son (1981) incl. Extras (Cantonese)
The Postman Fights Back (1982) (Cantonese)
Coming soon from the hard to find section:
High Voltage/Asian Cop (1995) (Cantonese)
Hunted Hunter/File X Murderer (1997) (Cantonese/Mandarin)
No Problem 2 (2002) (Cantonese, Japanese)
Setting Sun/Rakuyo (1992) (Japanese)
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wow.... thanks man... I didnt know Chow plays in a serie... [b][/b]
28/06/2012 11.08 am
Thanks you so much.
21/03/2012 12.22 pm
I want see this TV Show since a long time, Thanks
21/12/2011 09.49 pm
I didn't even know there was a Stephen Chow TV show until this week! Thank you thank you thank you!
11/05/2011 09.20 am
A pleasant show where Stephen Chow-Sui is a spoiled favourite brat, and Alex Man-Tin is a suprising Big Brother and still there's no central character ... In trailer there are some glimpses on another CHOW's TV series with his favourite partner Ng Man-Tat - FINAL COMBAT. Is there any chance to see it or has anyone had a chance to see it?
09/05/2011 02.57 am
seems there is some stuff i don't know yet
03/05/2011 08.56 am
30/04/2011 03.29 pm
Wow..Cool..I love stephen chow..thanks...
18/04/2011 04.54 pm
Thanks! Look forward to watching it!
17/04/2011 10.36 pm
seems cool as hell !
16/04/2011 07.54 am
Brings back a lot of memories. Thanks so much for this