Those Were the Days (1997 film)

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Those Were the Days
ThoseWeretheDays1997.jpg
Film poster
Traditional 精裝難兄難弟
Simplified 精装难兄难弟
Mandarin Jīng Zhuāng Nán Xiōng Nán Dì
Cantonese Zing1 Zong1 Naan4 Hing1 Naan4 Dai6
Directed byDick Cho
Produced byNatalis Chan
Written by Wong Jing
Starring Natalis Chan
Monica Chan
Gallen Lo
Maggie Cheung
Francis Ng
Shu Qi
Dayo Wong
Joyce Chan
Music byLincoln Lo
CinematographyTony Miu
Edited byAngie Lam
Eric Cheung
Production
company
Brilliant Idea Group
Distributed byCameron Entertainment
Release date
  • 28 August 1997 (1997-08-28)
Running time
103 minutes
CountryHong Kong
LanguageCantonese

Those Were the Days (Chinese :精裝難兄難弟) is a 1997 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Dick Cho. The film is an adaptation of the TV series Old Time Buddy , which was produced by TVB, [1] starring returning cast members from the series Gallen Lo, Maggie Cheung and Francis Ng, alongside new cast members Natalis Chan, Monica Chan, Shu Qi, Dayo Wong and Joyce Chan.

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References

  1. "Those Were the Days (1997) - LoveHKFilm.com".