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Sixty Million Dollar Man (1995) More at IMDbPro »Bak bin sing gwan (original title)

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Release Date:
19 August 1995 (Hong Kong) See more »
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Plot:
Stephen Chow plays a rich playboy who is blown up by a mafia boss when he flirts with the boss's girl... See more » | Add synopsis »
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A hilarious mess of a movie. See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Stephen Chow ... Lee Chak Sing (as Sing-chi Chow)

Gigi Leung ... Chung Chung

Man-Tat Ng ... Tat (as Mang Tat Ng)
Paulyn Sun ... Bonnie

Elvis Tsui ... Professor Chang Sze (as Jin Jiang Xu)

Manfred Wong ... Principal (as Man Chu)
Joe Cheng ... Fumito (as Cho Cheng)
Elvina Kong ... Mrs. Deng - Aunt (as Yan-yin Kong)
Johnny Tang ... John Deng - Chung Chung's Fiancé (as Siu-chuen Tang)

Mimi Chu ... Sing's Mother (as Mai-mai Chu)

Yat-Fei Wong ... Lee Yat Fei (as Yat-fei Wong)
Guy Lai ... Mr. Deng - Uncle (as Ying-chau Lai)
Kin-Yan Lee ... Wong Siu-Fu (as Kin-yan Lee)
Bo Mang
Pounh Chong Soong ... Little Baldie - Student Leader (as Poon-chung Soong)
Ying-Kit Woo ... Long Hair (as Ying-kit Woo)
Chung Ning Wong (as Chung-ning Wong)
Kin-Ming Tsang ... Teacher (as Kin-min Tsang)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chi Fai Chan ... Teacher / Hell Monster

Andy Cheng
Edward Corbett ... Honolulu Cop
Vicky Hung (as Siu Wan Hung)
Wai-Kai Law ... Fumito's Thug
Mike Leeder ... Club announcer
Shun-man Lok ... Gold Hair Student
David John Saunders ... Fumito's Bodyguard

Darren Shahlavi ... Fumito's Bodyguard
Charles Shen ... Mark
Wai-Ming Tsang
Jack Wai-Leung Wong ... Fumito's Thug
Jing Wong ... Priest at Sing's Funeral
Dion Lam ... Man in Zebra Suit (uncredited)

Directed by
Jing Wong 
Wai Man Yip 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jing Wong 
Wai Man Yip 

Produced by
Tiffany Chen .... executive producer
Jing Wong .... producer
 
Original Music by
Hon-Kam Lee 
Marco Wan 
 
Cinematography by
Wai-Keung Lau 
 
Film Editing by
Marco Mak 
 
Art Direction by
Cyrus Ho 
 
Costume Design by
Silver Cheung 
 
Makeup Department
Chi-Kin Kwan .... hair stylist
Shui-Ling Yau .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Chi-Kan Cheung .... production manager: Shenzhen unit
Rita Fung .... production manager
Anthony Lo Ga-Chi .... production manager
Ivy Kong .... production manager
Sylvia Liu .... production manager
Crystal Sheng .... production manager: Hawaii unit
Tsz Kin Tsang .... assistant production manager (as Chi-Kin Tsang)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kin-Yan Lee .... assistant director
Sylvia Liu .... assistant director
Hing Man Tang .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Wing Kei Au .... props
Ralph Reis .... props master: Hawaii unit
Ting-Kwong Wong .... assistant art director
Ruifang Zhang .... props: Shenzhen unit
 
Sound Department
Ming Yang Chen .... dubbing editor: mandarin
Kam-Wah Ho .... dubbing editor: cantonese
 
Visual Effects by
Karen Au-Yeung .... digital effects
Arkady Chu .... digital effects
Edmond Mak .... digital effects
Aaron Yeung .... digital effects
 
Stunts
Dion Lam .... stunt coordinator (as Deon Law)
Tat Chiu Lee .... assistant stunt coordinator
Yin-leung Ma .... assistant stunt coordinator (as Andy Ma)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
J. David Ahuna .... key grip: Hawaii unit
Po Wing Ho .... assistant camera: Hawaii unit
Yeung Si Kam .... still photographer
Mel Kekuewa .... gaffer: Hawaii unit
Wing Cheung Kwan .... assistant lighting
Yiu-Fai Lai .... assistant camera
Jiguo Li .... electrican: Shenzhen unit
Fuheng Liu .... assistant lighting: Shenzhen unit
Ronny Nipp .... best boy grip: Hawaii unit
Shouli Ren .... assistant lighting: Shenzhen unit
Neil Waikiki .... electrican: Hawaii unit
Chi Ming Wong .... lighting technician
Yaoyun Zhang .... electrican: Shenzhen unit
 
Casting Department
Mike Nowicki .... casting representative: Hawaii unit
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Guen-Ming Ho .... wardrobe assistant: Hawaii unit
Man-Ling Lee .... wardrobe assistant
Doris Taguchi .... wardrobe: Hawaii unit
 
Editorial Department
Marco Mak .... post-production coordinator
 
Location Management
Ted Jung .... location manager: Hawaii unit
 
Transportation Department
Joe Tavares .... transportation coordinator: Hawaii unit
 
Other crew
Kawika Ahuna .... production assistant: Hawaii unit
Rongli Chen .... continuity: Shenzhen unit
Lai Yin Chow .... story editor
Pui-Yuk Chow .... caterer
Chi-Wai Fung .... production assistant
Charles Heung .... presenter
Shoulin Huang .... continuity: Shenzhen unit
Sheldon Ito .... production assistant: Hawaii unit
Annie Laperle .... production coordinator: Hawaii unit
Jing-Yee Lau .... production liaison: USA
Kin-Cheong Lee .... continuity
Wing Chi Leung .... continuity
Rongjin Liu .... continuity: Shenzhen unit
Joell Stapleton .... production coordinator: Hawaii unit
Sung-Lin Tsai .... presenter (as Chung-Lam Choi)
Lani Velens .... production assistant: Hawaii unit
Ka-Bo Wong .... script supervisor
Stanley Wu .... planner
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Bak bin sing gwan" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Miracle Maskman" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Runtime:
92 min
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References "Quincy M.E." (1976)See more »

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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
A hilarious mess of a movie., 24 July 2000
Author: mobius-9 from Budapest, Hungary

I've seen a couple of Hong Kong movies through the years but this is something to write a note on. It defies synopses so I just give you the recipe: Frankenstein+Pulp Fiction+Class of 1999+The Mask (with Jim Carrey)+The Terminator. Mix this well with some tried-and-true HK-style slapstick (the Mad Mission type) and you got this movie. The plot is almost non-existent, just one set-piece comes after another.

Originality is not an issue with this movie (well, maybe a water tap for penis is something new), but nevertheless I laughed myself silly watching it.

Try this on a gloomy day!

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