Those Merry Souls

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Those Merry Souls
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Traditional 時來運轉
Simplified 时来运转
Mandarin Shí Lái Yùn Zhuǎn
Cantonese Si4 Loi4 Wan6 Zyun2
Directed by Lau Kar-wing
Produced by Sammo Hung
Written bySze-to Cheuk-hon
Wong Ying
Starring Yuen Biao
Eric Tsang
Lam Ching-ying
Stanley Fung
Music byThe Melody Bank
CinematographyJames Chan
Cheung Yiu-Jo
Edited byPeter Cheung
Keung Chuen-tak
Production
company
Distributed by Golden Harvest Productions
Release date
  • 30 May 1985 (1985-05-30)
Running time
112 minutes
CountryHong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box officeHK$8,066,272

Those Merry Souls is a 1985 Hong Kong action comedy horror film directed by Lau Kar-wing and starring Yuen Biao and Eric Tsang.

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