Daddy Good Deeds (DVD) (2012)

Hong Kong TV Series
SKU: DVD6985
Daddy Good Deeds (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Daddy Good Deeds

Daddy Good Deeds

  • Video
  • NTSC Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Cantonese, Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All

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  • Title : Daddy Good Deeds / 當旺爸爸
  • Episode : 1~20 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2012
  • Listing date : 24 Apr 2012
  • Disc Qty : 4 pcs
  • Weight : 270(g)

  • Cast by
  • Ha Yu , Steven Ma , Linda Chung , Edwin Siu , Mak Cheung Ching , Nancy Wu , Cilla Kung , Chow Chung
  • Synopsis
  • Pawnbroker KO YEE-MAN (Ha Yu) regards his pawnshop as a people-helping rather than a profit-making business. He has a solution for every problem too, though he at times finds his three children’s problems a headache.

    His eldest son, KO WAI-TING (Mak Cheung Ching), has a happy marriage with WAN YUEN-HAN (Nancy Wu) but his career development is never smooth. KO YU-CHU (Linda Chung), his second daughter, has fallen in love with a married man. Fortunately her bitter foe LAM FAT (Steven Ma) comes to her help when she is feeling at a very low ebb. MAN’s youngest daughter, KO YU-PO (Cilla Kung), is a typical talker and slacker who has no sense of responsibility. When MAN’s long serving employee LAM AH-NUI (Chow Chung) and apprentice YIP KWAI (Edwin Siu) are faced with trouble, MAN also feels it is his responsibility to help. After all, they are all his loved ones. Should any of them is in need of support, he is readily happy to lead a helping hand, no matter how much it will cost him.

  • Synopsis
  • Pawnbroker KO YEE-MAN (Ha Yu) regards his pawnshop as a people-helping rather than a profit-making business. He has a solution for every problem too, though he at times finds his three children’s problems a headache.

    His eldest son, KO WAI-TING (Mak Cheung Ching), has a happy marriage with WAN YUEN-HAN (Nancy Wu) but his career development is never smooth. KO YU-CHU (Linda Chung), his second daughter, has fallen in love with a married man. Fortunately her bitter foe LAM FAT (Steven Ma) comes to her help when she is feeling at a very low ebb. MAN’s youngest daughter, KO YU-PO (Cilla Kung), is a typical talker and slacker who has no sense of responsibility. When MAN’s long serving employee LAM AH-NUI (Chow Chung) and apprentice YIP KWAI (Edwin Siu) are faced with trouble, MAN also feels it is his responsibility to help. After all, they are all his loved ones. Should any of them is in need of support, he is readily happy to lead a helping hand, no matter how much it will cost him.