Sam Hui rides down the moving stairways at Wing On Plaza in Tsim Sha Tsui East. Three years later, Jackie Chan would use the very same location for the final fight in Police Story.
Sam Hui entering one of Houston Centre's upper floors by the use of a zip-wire. Ethan Hunt would be proud of him.
Once again, Sam Hui's character King Kong (or a dummy) doing some zip-lining. This time at Sun Hung Kai Centre in Wan Chai.
In another scene, we see Karl Maka getting out of a taxi in front of Sun Hung Kai Centre's distinctive fountain which is located right below Sam Hui's zip-line. The same location has been used in Outlaw Brothers.
Wong Yu and Patrick Tse Yin hold a nightly meeting in front (or behind) the egg-shaped planetarium in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Ruthless beheadings, drownings and deathly beatings at the beautiful Sai Wan beach in Sai Kung. The Bloody Fists aka Death Beach lives up to its alternative name. Ng See-Yuen's 2nd directorial effort features some nice filming locations in Hong Kong's New Territories with Sai Wan Beach being the most essential one.
Cynthia Khan and Fujioka Hiroshi approaching Hong Kong Island the nautical way. The iconic skyline went through a few changes since 1988.
The hospital Yuen Yat-Choh had been taken to. The interior is probably just a studio set but Queen Elizabeth Hospital's facade is as real as it gets.
Three Fathoms Cove in Tai Po District doubling for Korea. The final duel between Cynthia Khan and Kim Maree Penn takes place at Kei Ling Ha Hoi Pier which has been furnished with some fake walls and a roof. The orange lifesavers still seem to be the same ones. Kei Ling Ha Hoi Pier was also used as a platform for battle in My Young Auntie and Stage Door Johnny.
Lu Feng, Phillip Kwok and Chiang Sheng share a laugh on the set of The Naval Commandos (1977). After Shaolin Temple (1976), the war movie represents the second on-screen assembly of the legendary Venom Mob.
Gangsterboss Michael Chan Wai-Man and his ambitious son Michael Wong negotiating with corrupt cop Lam Chung at The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club.
Tony Leung Ka-Fai's funeral sequence was filmed at Sai Wan War Cemetery. The military graveyard contains about 1500 graves of dead soldiers of the Second World War.
Director Chang Cheh talking plans for revenge with Wang Ping and David Chiang. At the 16th Asian Film Festival in 1970, Chang Cheh won the Best Director Award and David Chiang took home the Best Actor Award for his portrayal of vengeful Guan Xiao Lou.
This brief sequence from Police Woman (aka The Heroine aka The Young Tiger aka Rumble in Hong Kong) offers a nice screenshot of Jardine House from 1973 - its opening year.
The first face-to-face encounter between Chow Yun-Fat and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai takes place on Cassia Road in front of the Yau Yat Chuen Garden City Club. You'll probably recognise this filming location from The Iceman Cometh (1989) and Twin Dragons (also released in 1992).