Samuel Hui

Samuel Hui

Total Credits at Criticker: 20 (Actor), 1 (Writer)

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    All\
    Hong Kong mogul Raymond Wong and Clifton Ko reunite to create this follow up the 1991 smash hit all-star slapstick comedy All's Well, Ends Well. In this go around, itinerant scholar Lam Ka-sing (Wong) has been trying to avoid his wife and her phonemically crude family. While on the lam, he accidentally saves the life of ace swordwomen Jinx (Teresa Mo). (allrovi.com)
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    Laughter of the Water Margins
    Tiger fighter Wu Sung was originally a coward. But when he was drunk, he was extremely courageous. One time at Jingyang Gang, Wu Sung got drunk and killed a tiger. His fearless fight impressed Sung Jiang and Lao Zhishen. Wu Sang's brother Wu Dalang seemed to be an enmity with Pan Jinlian, but in fact they were a pair of swindler. Pan used her beauty to seduce men into bed and then Wu Dalangn would come in and blackmail the victim, asking for huge sum of money. (asianwiki.com)
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    Swordsman
    When a scroll containing valuable martial arts secrets is stolen from the Emperor, an army detachment is sent to recover it... (imdb)
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    Dragon from Russia
    The film centers around a ruthless band of criminals called "The Eight Hundred Dragons," who pitilessly track down and kill any defecting members. Snooker (Dean Shek Tien) has held out the longest by hiding out in Russia. When the grand master of the clan learns of Snooker's whereabouts, he kidnaps him and his young daughter. Meanwhile, the villainous master also orders the kidnapping and brainwashing of Snooker's friend Yao (Sam Hui Kook-kit). (allrovi.com)
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    Front Page
    Hui, an owner (Michael Hui) of a Hong Kong tabloid magazine company hires martial artist Bill Lee (Sam Hui) to help him get a good headliner for a magazine story to, hopefully, save his failing business. In the process, Bill meets San-San (Catherine Hung Yan), the girlfriend of a jewelry business owner. (imdb)
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    Mad Mission Part 5: The Terracotta Hit
    Two friends who own an investment firm turn to a policeman friend for help when they are framed for robbery by a gang of antiquities smugglers. (imdb)
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    The Legend of Wisely
    In this sci-fi adventure, a scholar travels to the Himalayas in search of his missing friend Professor Kwan. Kwan has taken a holy relic from a five-year-old monk. When Kwan is killed in a plane wreck, the scholar agrees to help the gifted child retrieve the coveted item. (allrovi.com)
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    Mad Mission Part 4: You Never Die Twice
    Baldy and King Kong shuttle between New Zealand and Hong Kong to recover a hi-tech prism that can impart superhuman powers. (imdb)
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    Working Class
    This surprisingly effective comedy wack-fest follows the exploits of three low-income fellows as they struggle to muddle through their dissatisfying lives. Hui is a bachelor who lives with mom and vows never to marry rich. Unfortunately, his new girlfriend Joey Wong is secretly the daughter of a rich instant-noodle magnate. Worse still, Hui finds himself working at her factory with two of his chief rivals. (lovehkfilm.com)
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    Mad Mission Part 3: Our Man from Bond Street
    A master thief is duped by lookalikes for James Bond and the Queen of England into stealing a valuable gem from a heavily guarded location then must help the police recover it. (imdb)
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    Mad Mission Part 2: Aces Go Places
    An assassin called Filthy Harry is hired by a shady figure (clearly meant to represent Henry Kissinger) and charged with killing the series' unlikely pair of heroes, bald detective Albert Au (Karl Maka) and reformed criminal King Kong (Sam Hui). The film is quite lively, as Albert's relationship with the fiery Superintendent Ho (Sylvia Chang) has hit the skids... (allmovie.com)
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    Mad Mission
    A "James Bond" type burglar named King Kong (Sam Hui) tries to redeem himself and joins forces with Albert "Baldy" Au (Karl Maka), a bumbling police detective from the states, to try to track down a rare set of stolen luscious diamonds before it ends up in the hands of a notorious European gangster named "White Gloves." The two unlikely duo are supervised by Supt. Nancy Ho, a masculine, fiery-tempered policewoman. (imdb)
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    The Contract
    Struggling actor Chih-Wen (Michael Hui) got a raw deal from his company, MTV Studios. He signed a binding 8-year contract with the studio and was only given one opportunity to perform live thus far. Soon, he received a better deal with a rival company, who promised a 5-year contract and better opportunities to perform and make money... (imdb)
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    The Private Eyes
    After being kicked out of work, Sam decides to try his skills in another field: private investigation. Sam convinces Michael, the head of a small detective agency, to give him a job. Along with his cynical boss, Michael, and his "looks not so clever" assistant, Ricky, Sam will need to resolve a series of small, but complicated crimes. These adventures will include catching shop lifters, retrieving a TV set, getting pictures of cheating couples and even take care of movie theatre robbers. (KFCC)
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    The Last Message
    Li (Sam Hui) works at a sanitarium as a male nurse, and Ah Tim (Michael Hui) is a handy man. One day, a bearded old man is sent into the sanitarium with a large bag. Ah Tim manages to steal the bag, and finds antique fragments inside. Sounds like a quick way to get rich... (hkcinemagic)
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    Games Gamblers Play
    Michael Hui and his brother Sam play two fellows who meet in jail. Michael is a real conman and Sam has aspirations to be one. When they get out of prison they decide to team up and hopefully make a lot of money. While discussing their plans, Sam says, "how can we fail?" Throughout the course of the film, we see all the reasons they can fail. (hkcinemagic)
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    Chinatown Capers
    Our two young heroes, Little Chili and Embroidered Pillow, go to the aid of millionaire Lin whose beautiful daughter Sylvia Lin has disappeared in San Francisco without a trace. The pair find employment as waiters in a restaurant owned by a Chinese businessman. However they soon lose their job after tangling with a group of teddy boys from one of the street gangs.... (hkcinemagic.com)
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    Back Alley Princess
    Kung Fu comedy about a couple of young street urchins ("Chili Boy" and "Embroidered Pillow") who join up with a family of acrobats and martial artists. They have a bunch of wacky adventures, usually centered around conning people out of money, and eventually some bad guys kidnap a young girl so they go and beat them all up. Features lots of cameos by Hong Kong stars of the era.
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    The Tattooed Dragon
    Tattooed Dragon, a wandering knight, is injured after recovering the charity fund from a gang of bandits. He manages to escape, but then falls in faint at a riverside, but he's saved by a farmer Yeung, who lives with a dog in his hutch near the river, making a living by raising ducks. Leung, the leader of the gang, is mad at Dragon when he knows what happened. (hkcinemagic.com)
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    Security Unlimited
    Chou Sai-Cheong, a bitter supervisor of a Hong Kong private security company, teaches unusual guard tactics to new recruits such as electric mats, parachuting off burning buildings and counter-attacking gunfire. (imdb)
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