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Crimson Street is a film directed by David Lai and produced by Johnny Mak [zh] . Released in 1982, it is a story about a night club singer who involved in a love tangle with three men. The lead role is played by Sally Yeh. It also stars Kenny Bee, Wai-Man Chan and Melvin Wong [zh].

Crimson Street
Directed byDavid Lai
Produced byJohnny Mak [zh]
Written byJohn Au
StarringSally Yeh
Kenny Bee
Wai-Man Chan
James Barnett
Mang-Ha Cheng
Mei-King Leung
Steve Mak
Sam Sorono
Kai-Keung Sze
Wai Tam
Melvin Wong [zh]
Music byChris Babida
CinematographyArthur Wong
Edited byKung-Wing Fan
Release date
1982
CountryHong Kong
LanguageCantonese
Box officeHK $4,069,835.00

StoryEdit

The film combines action, comedy and romance to add to the story of Sally a night club who is romantically involved with three men, one of whom is Stone (played by Kenny Bee). Stone is a bank robber who has recently been released from prison. Another man she is involved with is a night club owner Paul King (played by Chan Wai-Man). The third man in the 4 player love-tangle is a policeman called Pow (played by Melvin Wong).[1][2]

BackgroundEdit

For his part in the film, Chan Wai-Man was a 2nd Annual Hong Kong Film Awards best actor nominee.[3] The film boosted the star profile of Sally Yeh.[4]

CastEdit

  • Sally Yeh ..... Sally
  • Kenny Bee ... Stone
  • Michael Chan ..... Paul King
  • Melvin Wong ..... Pow
  • Leung Mei-King ..... Fatty's girl
  • James Barrett ..... Mr. Cook
  • Cheng Mang-Ha ..... Stone's mom
  • Steve Mak ..... Cop
  • Mr. X ..... Monkow
  • Sze Kai-Keung ..... Fatty
  • Sam Sorono ..... Thug
  • Tam Wai ..... Thug
  • Chan Ling-Wai ... Waiter
  • Woh Seung ..... Waiter
  • Wong Yat-Fei ..... Fortune teller
  • San Sin ..... Kidnapper
  • Chan Leung ..... Kidnapper[5]

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