THE negatives for the Cantonese film Kar Yau Hei Sze (All's Well Ends Well ) were part of a haul from a string of armed robberies, the High Court heard yesterday. Unemployed Cheuk Chung-lim, 31, denied seven armed robbery charges. The jury heard that when first questioned by police he admitted all offences. Opening the prosecution's case, Senior Crown Counsel Francis Lo said Cheuk and four other masked men armed with pistols and knives burst into the Mandarin Laboratory in Kwun Tong on January 9 last year and demanded the negatives of the film. During the robbery, the staff were told: ''Your boss offended our boss,'' Mr Lo said. Cheuk told police he had taken part in the robbery as a favour for a friend, Chan Chi-ming, the jury heard. Cheuk also told police he had twice robbed the Tse Sui Luen Jewellery Shop in Hunghom, taking goods worth $1 million on January 12 last year, and $440,000 less than two months later, Mr Lo said. He further alleged that Cheuk was involved in other armed robberies, including the Hutchison Pager Company in Whampoa Garden on December 31, 1991, in which $130,000 was taken. The trial, before Mr Justice Jerome Chan, continues.