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Hua xin da shao (1983)

Yan Quan Sheng aka Romantic Sheng (played by Fu Sheng), is a rich playboy who lives a carefree and fun life with the ladies, until his mother decides that he should look for a wife. He ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Sheng Fu ... Yan Quan-sheng
Yin Tse Yin Tse ... Valentine
Pak-Cheung Chan ... Lolanto
Cherie Chung ... Ah-Mei
Leanne Lau ... Rachel Yu-lai-jun (as Hsueh-Hua Liu)
Tien-Lang Li Tien-Lang Li ... Mo Gu-gu
Winnie Chien Winnie Chien ... Triad Boss' daughter (as Chien Hui-yi)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric Bergman Eric Bergman ... Elain's Dance Partner
Lap Ban Chan ... Rachel's Mother
Lien-Ping Chang Lien-Ping Chang
Man-Keung Cheng Man-Keung Cheng
Chok Chow Cheung
Kam Chiang ... Fatty
Henry Fong Henry Fong ... (as Ping Fong)
Ping Fong


Yan Quan Sheng aka Romantic Sheng (played by Fu Sheng), is a rich playboy who lives a carefree and fun life with the ladies, until his mother decides that he should look for a wife. He courts a actress and a rich heiress, but has competition from Lothario, Valentine and a TV actor. Along the way, Romantic Sheng must choose between remaining a playboy or settling down with his one true love. Written by lsmoove89

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Release Date:

18 June 1983 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Fa sum dai siu See more »

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Shaw Brothers See more »
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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Hong Kong Playboys(Hua xin da shao)was the one of the last completed films of Fu Sheng. On 7 July 1983, less than one month after it's release, Fu Sheng died from injures sustained in car accident. He was only 28. See more »

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Hong Kong Playboys is a film that is colorful and iconic. The late great Fu Sheng shines very bright in his only comedic role. He was headed for greatness.
14 May 2015 | by lsmooth89See all my reviews

Hong Kong Playboys is a zany, wacky, colorful and hilarious film from the Shaw Brothers Studio. Visually, the film has a great deal of iconic value.Filmed in 1983, it shows the colorfulness of the early 1980's. The flashiness of film shows with its fancy cars such as the Lamborghini Countach, electronics and clothing styles of the era. Fu Sheng really shined bright in his only non Kung-Fu comedic role as Yan Quan Sheng('Romantic Sheng'), the spoiled, idle, yet fun loving son of a wealthy Hong Kong socialite who flashes his riches and woos the ladies. His character's mixture of arrogant charisma and 'little boy' innocence is superbly balanced.

The supporting cast: Patrick Tse, Cherie Chung, Nat Chan, Shih Kien and Winnie Chin Wai-Yee all brought great and amazing energy. After cementing his status as a Kung-Fu film legend, Fu Sheng proved that he did have the talent to be a major star in the comedy genre as the film proved to be a big box-office success.

Fu Sheng was eager to branch out into other mainstream genres and prove that he was a genuine superstar of the local film industry in Hong Kong. Fu Sheng's death in a car accident on July 7, 1983 shortly after the film's release left his potential unfilled. Fu Sheng's performance truly showed that he was heading towards legendary greatness in the Hong Kong film industry and beyond.

Hong Kong Playboys is a must-see film and I recommend it to fans of Shaw Brothers films and fans of the late great Fu Sheng.

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