The Condor Heroes Return Information

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The Condor Heroes Return
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Traditional射鵰英雄傳之南帝北丐
Simplified射雕英雄传之南帝北丐
MandarinShè Diāo Yīng Xióng Zhuàn zhī Nán Dì Běi Gài
CantoneseSe6 Diu1 Jing1 Hung4 Zyun6 Zi1 Naam4 Dai3 Bak1 Koi3
LiterallyThe Legend of the Condor Heroes: The Southern Emperor and Northern Beggar
Genre Wuxia
Based on The Legend of the Condor Heroes
by Louis Cha
Screenplay byChan Ching-yee
Wong Lei-chi
Kwan Tsung-ling
Lee Sui-ping
Directed byLin Chi-fan
Luk Tin-wah
Tang Kam-chuen
Lau Kwok-fai
Starring Ekin Cheng
Marco Ngai
Wong Siu-yin
Charine Chan
Chan Wai-yee
Wayne Lai
Theme music composer Joseph Koo
Opening themeYat Sang Bat Chui Sing (一生不醉醒) performed by Jacky Cheung
Country of originHong Kong
Original languageCantonese
No. of episodes20
Production
Producer Chong Wai-kin
Running time45 minutes per episode
Production company TVB
Release
Original network TVB Jade
Original release16 March (1994-03-16) –
17 April 1994 (1994-04-17)

The Condor Heroes Return is a Hong Kong television series loosely based on the stories of two characters in Louis Cha's novel The Legend of the Condor Heroes. The series was released overseas in October 1993 before broadcasting on TVB Jade in Hong Kong in March 1994.

Cast

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Ekin Cheng as Duen Chi-hing
  • Marco Ngai as Hung Tsat-kung
  • Wong Siu-yin as Ching Suet-sam
  • Charine Chan as Lau Ying
  • Chan Wai-yee as Miu See-yan
  • Wayne Lai as Chow Pak-tung
  • Cheung Ying-choi as Wong Chung-yeung
  • Lam Seung-mou as Chin Hok-sing
  • Lee Ka-keung as Lo Yau-keuk
  • Kong Hon as Ching Tit-san
  • Mak Ka-lun as Keeper Tsai
  • Wong Seung-sing as Beggars' Sect elder
  • Yu Tin-wai as Beggars' Sect elder
  • Yip Tsan-wai as Beggars' Sect elder
  • Shek Ngai-wan as beggar
  • Gordon Lam as beggar
  • Cho Tsai as beggar
  • Yau Biu as beggar
  • Cheung Wang-wai as beggar
  • Cheung Hoi-kan as beggar
  • Wong Wai as Duen Man-chung
  • Lau Ying-hong as Chin Yuk-lan
  • Man Kit-wan as Ling-tsau Palace mistress
  • Wong Wai-tak as Fisherman
  • Wong Man-piu as Woodcutter
  • Cheng Ka-sang as Farmer
  • Kwok Cheuk-wah as Scholar
  • Kwok Cheng-hung as Yuen-ngan Hung-kit
  • Henry Lee as Duen Man-Yee
  • Kwan Ching as Kau Chin-yan
  • Lo Mang as Lui-ting Sheung-yan
  • Lee Kwai-ying as Water
  • Fung Hiu-man as Wood
  • Lee Yiu-king as Metal
  • Siu Cheuk-yiu as Earth
  • Wong Kin-fung as Fire
  • Lee Lung-kei as Kam Nga-kwai
  • Tse Yuet-may as Hung Tsat-kung's mother
  • Wong Chung-hong as Chu-Yau-ko
  • Wong Wai-lam as Ngau-pak-nam
  • Siu Yuk-yin as Hong-lin
  • Ng Lit-wah as Mat-to
  • Cheung Man-duen as Nam-hang
  • Chu Tit-wo as Lau Kwong
  • Koi Ngok as Master Do-hung
  • Mak Ho-wai as Emperor Ko-tsung
  • Tsang Kin-ming
  • Mak Tsi-wan
  • Chan Min-leung
  • Tang Yuk-wing
  • Wong Wai-tung
  • Sit Chun
  • Chan Fung-bing
  • Tang Yu-chiu
  • Bok-kwan

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