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Wo ai Ye Laixiang (1983)

A private detective gets mixed up with stolen Nazi atomic bomb formulas.



(story), (as Bak-Ming Wong)
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Credited cast:
Suk-Chi Chan ...
Paul Chun ...
Fat Chicken - Commissioner of Police
Ray Cordeiro ...
The Jew
Yun-Chuen Fung ...
Doomed Cafe Diner
Lo Gin ...
Ka-Lai Kwan ...
Bar Waitress
Inspector Teddy Robin
Ling-Man Lai
Sandra Lang ...
Miss Sandra
Yat Fan Lau ...
Kin-chuen Lee ...
Singing Man
Hak Shun Leung ...
Banquet Guest


In Hong Kong, Circa 1940s, World War II, private detective Yoyo and friend Inspector Teddy Robin join a resistance group during the Japanese occupation. They aim to steal back the formula to the atomic bomb from a war traitor and transfer it to an American before the formula ends up in the Japanese emperor's hands. Written by Oliver Chu

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Action | Comedy





Release Date:

31 March 1983 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

All the Wrong Spies  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Referenced in Liang shang jun zi (1983) See more »

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Charlie Chaplin and the Keystone Cops visit China
12 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

Stolen Nazi atomic bomb secrets are in hot demand. Meant to be delivered to an American spy, they end up with a Chinese collaborator who intends to give them to the Japanese. A private detective (George Lam) is hired to insure delivery to the American. Brigitte Lin is his ex-girlfriend who is now with the collaborator.

Comedy is what comedy does and this movie didn't do it for me. The film is pure corn and slapstick all the way through. My partner laughed continuously while it was all I could do to stay awake. Don't remember seeing anything original, as the gags seemed to be copied or reworked from earlier movies. An example is when Lam, hired to pass along atomic secrets, stops to pour a glass of milk. He spends a minute (seemed like an eternity) pouring from a large full pitcher into a small glass, only to end up with an empty glass.

On the positive side this movie has Brigitte Lin. I found myself paying much more attention after she appeared wearing a black form fitting outfit. A welcome addition and with a different leading actor this could have been a much better movie. She dominated each scene she appeared in......especially the ones where she used a whip.

This movie may not be for everyone, but you can't go wrong if you enjoy a heavy mix of silliness with your comedy. Also, this movie is a must for Brigitte Lin fans. Besides being a joy to watch, she seemed to be having tremendous fun cutting loose. I've never seen her laugh or smile so much in a movie.

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