Police Station No. 7

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Police Station No. 7 (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Police Station No. 7

Police Station No. 7

  • Video
  • PAL: Anamorphic 4:3
  • Audio
  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    5-Disc Box Set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : Police Station No. 7 / 七號差館
  • Episode : 1-25 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2004
  • Listing date : 01 Oct 2014
  • Disc Qty : 5 pcs
  • Weight : 300(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Cast by
  • Nancy Sit , Lawrence Ng , Maggie Cheung , Eddie Cheung , Angela Tong , Raymond Cho , Helena Law , Benz Hui , Irene Wang
  • Synopsis
  • Wong Ying Ku (Nancy Sit), a jovial optimistic woman, is always ready to offer help to others in need. She lives happily with her daughter, Suen Man Wah (Irene Wang). She is a good friend of her neighbour, Wong Chi Cheung (Hui Shiu Hung), whose son, Wong Kim (Lawrence Ng), respects her and regards her as his own mother. Ying is a heavy gambler and has been in deep debt. Once, she offers to bear the blame for somebody else, which serve a way to settle her debts, without knowing this is an accusation of murder. She is found guilty and sentenced to death. Ying is dead; her spirit stays in her braid, which is kept in the Evidence Room.

    The grown-up Kim has now become a policeman and is responsible for guarding the Evidence Room. Inside the room, he finds Ying's braid. The two of them finally meet again. Ying misses Wah very much and Kim promises to help her locate Wah's whereabouts. With the assistance of Ying, Kim has successfully cracked a number of difficult cases. Tsang po Yin (Eddie Cheung), a distant relative of Kim, has been ill-treated by her step-mother. Yin puts up in Kim's place, and the two fall in love with each other. Ying has eventually found Wah but is so shocked and sad to see that her daughter, like herself, is being wronged and made a scapegoat...

  • Synopsis
  • Wong Ying Ku (Nancy Sit), a jovial optimistic woman, is always ready to offer help to others in need. She lives happily with her daughter, Suen Man Wah (Irene Wang). She is a good friend of her neighbour, Wong Chi Cheung (Hui Shiu Hung), whose son, Wong Kim (Lawrence Ng), respects her and regards her as his own mother. Ying is a heavy gambler and has been in deep debt. Once, she offers to bear the blame for somebody else, which serve a way to settle her debts, without knowing this is an accusation of murder. She is found guilty and sentenced to death. Ying is dead; her spirit stays in her braid, which is kept in the Evidence Room.

    The grown-up Kim has now become a policeman and is responsible for guarding the Evidence Room. Inside the room, he finds Ying's braid. The two of them finally meet again. Ying misses Wah very much and Kim promises to help her locate Wah's whereabouts. With the assistance of Ying, Kim has successfully cracked a number of difficult cases. Tsang po Yin (Eddie Cheung), a distant relative of Kim, has been ill-treated by her step-mother. Yin puts up in Kim's place, and the two fall in love with each other. Ying has eventually found Wah but is so shocked and sad to see that her daughter, like herself, is being wronged and made a scapegoat...