Yuet gwong bo hup


Not a cloud in the sky

Where could my lover be?

One hundred flowers bloom just waiting to be


Won't he stop a while and smell them?

The Purple Sword of Heaven?

That should be worth a few bucks!

Who goes there?

What is your name?

I can't tell you my real name

But I'm going to a place called America

And my new name will be The Green Hornet!

Don't you know the Purple Sword of Heaven

Belongs to Purple Cloud the immortal?

I'm just a thief, what's it to me?

For a thief, such ignorance

Can be a very dangerous thing!

Give it a rest pal!

If I was an educated man

I wouldn't need to be a thief then would l?

Well then, allow me to enlighten you.

The woman you just robbed

Is the immortal, Rose.

She is obsessed with the exploits of the

legendary Purple Cloud.

And is waiting for the day when her true love

comes along

And pulls the sword from its scabbard.

So that together they can live happily ever


So she stole the Purple Sword of Heaven from

its place in front of the Celestial Lantern

And brought it to the world of mortals.

Just as Purple Cloud once did

She too is looking for someone who can

release the sword

Well who is it then?

It was me.

Now it's you!

Where did you go?

Come out!

You pig headed fool!

Finally, I have found him.

He is "The One"!!

The One, What if we get married tonight!

What are you doing?

What the hell?

My pants get loose when I'm nervous

You've pulled out the Purple Sword of Heaven!

I'm so excited

There's been a misunderstanding

It was that jackass who pulled the sword out

just now, Not me!

Where is he?

He's gone. He said he was going to America

You can still catch him if you leave now!

You're only kidding yourself.

My heart is in agony...agony

Since God has already blessed this marriage

Why don't we just accept it?

Right? Just accept it!

Be a good boy!


T o prove that I didn't release the sword

I'll try again right now just to show you!

One, two, three!

It doesn't count. Three for two

One, two, three...

This thing is broken

I know!

Perhaps you can't accept this blessing

Because you can't believe

That God could shine so kindly upon you

By having sent me to marry you

Actually, I didn't think it was you either. Not at


But if we could have figured this out for


We would have no use for God!

Well then, have you figured out that

I could use this sword to kill you now?



This is our wedding cake

We can have the ceremony tonight

Over my dead body!

I'll devote myself to you just like this baby pig

T ake your time. Enjoy it.

Come, quickly!



Wait for me!

Don't follow me!

Stop running!


It was my fault! I shouldn't have robbed you!

T ake some money and let me go please!!

Have you lost your mind? So many people who

could have robbed me. But it was you.

It was destined that we would be together.

Why the hell is this banana in a bamboo


Isn't it destiny for banana and bamboo to be


Like you and me. At first glance, it appears not

to match

Come to think of it, we are just like this


T alk to you later

Qing Yi Se the thief, we've been tracking you

for over a month

Come with us to the sheriff' s station!

Don't be afraid! I'll protect you!!

You protect me? I would rather give myself up!

This way!

Come on!

Good! Good...

Where'd they go?

No idea. Where did they go?

Right! They were just here

Can't have gone too far

Check the Water Cube!


Qing Yi Se. Don't run so fast...

Why are you so happy?


The road to marriage

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Jeffrey Lau

Jeffrey Lau Chun-Wai (simplified Chinese: 刘镇伟; traditional Chinese: 劉鎮偉; pinyin: Liú Zhènwěi; born 2 August 1952) is a Hong Kong film director, screenwriter, actor and producer. Lau is famous for writing and directing "mo lei tau" comedies. His comedies include A Chinese Odyssey (with Stephen Chow) and Chinese Odyssey 2002, the latter which was voted Best 2002 Film by the Hong Kong Film Critics Society. more…

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