Osaka Wrestling Restaurant (traditional Chinese: 大阪達一餐; simplified Chinese: 香港厨神) is a 2004 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Tommy Law, starring Timmy Hung, Sammo Hung and Mang Hoi. This was Mang Hoi's final film appearance, who has retired from acting. The film features a story line taking place in both Hong Kong and Japan.
Those Were the Days... (Chinese: 友情歲月之山雞故事) is a 2000 Hong Kong film directed by Raymond Yip. The film is a spin-off/prequel of the Young and Dangerous film series, as it follows the life of Chicken Chiu (Jordan Chan) before he joined the triads with the boss Chan Ho Nam (Ekin Cheng).
The Crazy Companies (Chinese: 最佳損友) is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Wong Jing, and starring Andy Lau and Natalis Chan. It was followed by a sequel, The Crazy Companies II, which was released in 1989.
Yu Dong (Chinese: ) is a Chinese film producer, and presenter. He is also the president of Polybona Films, a production company and film distributor, which has distributed and co-produced over 100 Chinese dialect films, such as Confession of Pain, Dragon Tiger Gate, and Flash Point.
Jimmy Heung Wah-Sing is a former Hong Kong film producer, director, and presenter. He is the younger brother of film producer/presenter Charles Heung.
Martin Richard Chappell (Chinese: 卓保怡), born 1970 in Nottingham, England is a musician-turned-Hong Kong sound editor. He is most notable for serving as a sound editor on Hong Kong films made by Johnnie To and his production company, Milkyway Image.
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