Three of a Kind (2004 film)

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Three of a Kind
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Traditional 煎釀叄寶
Simplified 煎酿叁宝
Mandarin Jiān Niàng Sān Bǎo
Cantonese Zin1 Jeong4 Saam1 Bou2
Directed by Joe Ma
Produced byJoe Ma
Ivy Kong
Cao Biao
Screenplay byJoe Ma
Matt Chow
Sunny Chan
Lung Man-hong
Lee Chun-fai
Starring Michael Hui
Miriam Yeung
Lau Ching-wan
Music byLincoln Lo
CinematographyKo Chiu-lam
Edited byAngie Lam
Production
company
China Star Entertainment Group
One Hundred Years of Film
China Film group
Singing Horse Productions
China Film Co-Production
Distributed byChina Star Entertainment Group
Release date
  • July 27, 2004 (2004-07-27)(Hong Kong)
Running time
102 min
CountryHong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box officeHK$14,790,180

Three of a Kind (Chinese :煎釀叄寶) is a 2004 Hong Kong comedy film written, produced and directed by Joe Ma and starring Michael Hui, Miriam Yeung and Lau Ching-wan.

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