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Genre  Action, Comedy
Language  Cantonese
5.7/10 IMDb

Director  Tsui Hark
Music director  Sam Hui
Country  Hong Kong
Aces Go Places 3 movie poster
Release date  26 January 1984 (1984-01-26) (Hong Kong)
Writer  Larry Dolgin (dialogue), Bak-Ming Wong
Film series  Aces Go Places film series
Cast  Samuel Hui (Sam Hong Kong), Karl Maka (Albert Au), Sylvia Chang (Supt. Nancy Ho), Cyrus Wong Ka-Ming (Baldy Junior), Richard Kiel (Big G), Ricky Hui (Puffer Fish)
Similar movies  Aces Go Places movies

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Aces Go Places 3 (Chinese: 最佳拍檔女皇密令) is a 1984 Hong Kong action comedy film directed by Tsui Hark. A sequel to the 1983 film, Aces Go Places 2, the film starts in Paris, where King Kong (Sam Hui) is kidnapped by a British secret agent (Jean Marchent) whose mission is to retrieve one of the Crown Jewels which has been stolen and is located in a Hong Kong Police Headquarters vault.


Aces Go Places 3 movie scenes

Aces Go Places 3 was the highest-grossing film in Hong Kong on its release in 1984 and was the highest-grossing film in the series. The film was released in an English-language dub titled Mad Mission 3 which features 20 minutes cut from the original film.

Aces Go Places 3 movie scenes


Aces Go Places 3 movie scenes
  • Sam Hui as King Kong
  • Karl Maka as Albert Au
  • Sylvia Chang as Nancy Ho
  • Ricky Hui as Puffer Fish
  • John Shum as Police chief
  • Wa-hong Mei-chi
  • Seung Ma-san
  • Cyrus Wong as Baldy Junior
  • Richard Kiel as Big G
  • Tsui Hark as Police officer in computer room (cameo)
  • Fung Ging Man as Police officer in computer room (cameo)
  • Lee Pang-fei as Police officer in computer room (cameo)
  • Charlie Cho as Mr. Tso
  • Lowell Lo as Train engineer
  • Pan Yung-sheng as Passenger in subway (cameo)
  • Cho Tat-wah as Wah
  • Jean Mersant as Mr. James Bond
  • Peter Graves as Tom Collins
  • Naomi Otsubu as Agent 701
  • Sai Gwa-Pau as Rickshaw
  • Mak Wai-cheung
  • Ken Boyle as CIA
  • Sugiyama Tsuneharu as Oddjob
  • Lerisa Momeyer as Assassin with bazooka
  • Si Ming as Female police officer on roof top
  • Huguette Funfrock as The Queen
  • Ng Yan-chi as Police officer in computer room
  • Wong Sau-man as Maid's dugahter
  • Wong Kam-po as Restaurant waiter
  • Chik Ko-chi
  • Yu Chi-ming as Department store salesman
  • Suen Keng-hung
  • Law Lan
  • Chuen-nei Si-bat
  • Leung Hak-shun as VIP at diamond exhibit
  • Yat-poon Chai as Policeman
  • Chang Kwok-tse
  • Diego Swing as Sheik Abbas
  • Woo Wai-chung
  • Chan Ming-wai
  • Production

    Aces Go Places 3 riffs off the plots of the James Bond series and features cameos from actors in various English-language spy features. These include Peter Graves from the Mission: Impossible television series and Richard Kiel who played Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker. The film also features an actor who resembles the character Oddjob.


    Aces Go Places 3 was released on 26 January 1984. The film was a success with audiences, becoming the highest-grossing film in Hong Kong in the year end box office and was the highest-grossing film in the Aces Go Places series. An English-dubbed version of the film was released under the title Mad Mission 3. This version removes about 20 minutes of footage including scenes from the original film with Karl Maka's Albert, the baby and a maid and scenes with Sylvia Chang's character, Ho, in the hospital. This version includes additional comedy scenes with Peter Graves' character.


    Allmovie gave the film three stars out of five, noting that the plot for Aces Go Places 3 was "stronger than usual for the series" and "that film's juvenile sense of humor might put off viewers in search of more sophisticated fare, but many others are likely to find the movie too colorful and exciting to be denied." John Charles, author Hong Kong Filmography 1977-1997 awarded the film a six out of ten rating finding the scenes involving Sylvia Chang and Karl Maka were "tiresome and consist almost exclusively of situations from old sitcoms". In his book Horror and Science Fiction Film IV, Donald C Willis referred to the film as a "lively, routine action comedy."


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