The Royal Scoundrel

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The Royal Scoundrel
Film poster
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 沙灘仔與周師奶
Simplified Chinese 沙滩仔与周师奶
Directed by Johnnie To
Jonathan Chik
Screenplay byTsang Kan-cheung
Produced by Raymond Wong
Starring Tony Leung
Jacklyn Wu
Ng Man-tat
Waise Lee
CinematographyHorace Wong
Edited byOH Film Post Production Workshop
Music byWilliam Wu
Cinema City
Paka Film Production
Distributed by Golden Princess Amusement
Release date
10 January 1991 (1991-01-10)
Running time
89 minutes
CountryHong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box officeHK$6,363,006

The Royal Scoundrel (沙灘仔與周師奶) is a 1991 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Johnnie To and Jonathan Chik.

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