God of Gamblers III: Back to Shanghai (traditional Chinese: 賭俠2之上海灘賭聖; simplified Chinese: 赌侠2之上海滩赌圣; pinyin: Dǔxiá èr Shànghǎi tān Dǔshèng; lit. Knight of Gamblers II: Shanghai Beach's Saint of Gamblers) is a 1991 Hong Kong comedy film, a sequel to the film God of Gamblers II. The film is directed by Wong Jing, and stars Stephen Chow and Ng Man Tat. The film does not feature the Knight of Gamblers, or the God of Gamblers. "God of Gamblers III" continues the story of the Saint of Gamblers (Chow).
After the events in God of Gamblers II, Tai-Kun who lost his ESP powers has regained the abilities again and decides to strike revenge towards Sing, the Saint of Gamblers. When Tai-Kun, with his condisciples as aids, is exerting ESP powers under full force against Sing who are doing the same, the spacetime becomes distorted and sends Tai-Kun and Sing to the 1937 Shanghai.
Meeting Sing's own grandfather Chow Tai Fook and the benign millionaire Ding Lik, Sing, in the meantime, must face the forthcoming crises arose from Ding Lik's foes and Japanese military forces, deal with his "mistaken" crush on one of a twin sisters, get to see for himself that who is the one that defeated the French "God of Gamblers" Pierre Cashon in that era - the mysterious "Comment allez-vous", and finally find out how to travel back to year 1991 Hong Kong...
Stephen Chow - Chow Sing Cho "Saint of Gamblers"
Ng Man Tat - Uncle Tat/Chow Tai Fook
Gong Li - Miss Yu-San/Yu-Mong (Yu-San means "fairy-like" while Yu-Mong means "dream-like")
Sandra Ng - Spring
Ray Lui - Ding Lik
Chan Lung - Tiger Lui
Cheung Man - Yee Mong
John Ching - Tai-Kun, Devil of Gamblers
Billy Chow - Japanese Soldier
Charles Heung - Ng Loong "God of Guns"
Dion Lam - One of Tai Kun's men
Lau Shun - Eunuch Wei
Indra Leech - Prince Of Gamblers
Lung Fong - Wong Kam-Kwai
Tien Feng - Mayor of Shanghai
Barry Wong - H.K. Police Chief
Declan Wong - Pierre Cashon, French "God of Gamblers"
Wong Jing - H.K. Cop
Wong Wan-Si - Japanese Officer
Yeung Ching-Ching - Ding's Female Bodyguard