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Young and Dangerous 3 (1996)

Goo wak chai 3: Jek sau je tin (original title)
Chan Ho Nam and Chicken are back again in Young and Dangerous 3, this time taking on the rival "Tung Sing" triad.

Director:

Andrew Lau

Writers:

Mei Ngo Hui, Manfred Wong (characters) | 1 more credit »
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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ekin Cheng ... Chan Ho-Nam (as Cheng Yee Kin)
Jordan Chan ... Chicken Chiu (as Chan Siu Chun)
Gigi Lai ... Smartie / Stammer (as Lai Chi)
Karen Mok ... Shuk-Fan
Jerry Lamb ... Pou-Pan
Michael Tse ... Dai Tin-Yee
Jason Chu ... Banana Skin
Roy Cheung ... Crow
Frankie Chi-Hung Ng ... Tiger
Spencer Lam ... Father Lam (as Lam Sheung Yee)
Bun Yuen ... (as Yuen Bun)
Anthony Chau-Sang Wong ... Tai Fai (as Anthony Wong)
Halina Tam ... K.K. (as Tam Sie Wan)
Blackie Shou-Liang Ko ... Blackie Koh Chi-Wah (as Koh Shou Leung)
Chun Yung Ng Chun Yung Ng
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Chan Ho Nam and Chicken are back again in Young and Dangerous 3, this time taking on the rival "Tung Sing" triad.

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Plot Keywords:

gang | triad | sequel | See All (3) »

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Action | Drama

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Goofs

The underwear Tiny So wears before and after being captured. See more »

Connections

Followed by Young and Dangerous 1997 (1997) See more »

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My favourite in the series
24 April 2014 | by kowloonzaiSee all my reviews

This is unquestionably my favourite in the YnD series - and I'm a huge YnD buff. You have all the "stars" of the franchise here, Chn Ho Nam, Chicken, Stammer, the priest, but also great support characters played by Anthony Wong Chau Sang and Karen Mok, probably the two best HK actors of their generation. You have a bad guy who's really really really bad, and you have that sense of a documentary film about a Hong Kong which does not exist anymore, already after the British colonial period, and still before the Chinese takeover (and there's quite a few humorous lines about that in the movie). A Hong Kong society that almost belonged to itself. OK, the storyline is in fact a direct copy of the first film in the series (they just changed the characters and locations), but you won't notice unless you're a real expert of the series. I miss those times.


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese | English | Mandarin | Dutch

Release Date:

29 June 1996 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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