Forbidden City Cop

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Forbidden City Cop (大內密探零零發; lit. "the Imperial Secret Agent 008") is a 1996 Hong Kong martial arts/comedy film directed by Vincent Kok, starring Stephen Chow, Carina Lau and Carman Lee.


Ling Ling Fat is a Cantonese wordplay on the code number "008", a reference to James Bond, whose number was 007 (see From Beijing with Love), as well as part of a Cantonese Chinese New Year's Greeting: "Kung hei fat choy" (恭喜發財).

Ling Ling Fat (Stephen Chow) is, by heritage, a member of the Chinese Emperor's elite personal bodyguards. Instead of studying martial arts, like his fellow bodyguards, Ling Ling Fat makes unusual inventions, practices gynaecology, and spends time with his loving wife (Carina Lau). In the beginning of the film, Ling Ling Fat fails to apprehend a group of ugly swordsmen who are trespassing in the Forbidden City, but he does manage to acquire a kung fu manual, Flying Fairy, from one of the swordsmen. During an audience with the Emperor, Ling Ling Fat's seemingly useless inventions and his ignorance of martial arts enrage the Emperor, who demotes him to menial tasks around the palace.

Meanwhile, Faceless, King of Gum Tribe, plans to assassinate the Emperor and overtake China. The Gum Tribe creates a diversion by inviting all the doctors of China to a medical exposition in which an alien is to be dissected. Ling Ling Fat and the Emperor separately depart for the event. While Ling Ling Fat and his wife feast at...
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