The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber (1984 TV series) Information

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The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber
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Intertitle
Traditional倚天屠龍記
Simplified倚天屠龙记
MandarinYǐ Tiān Tú Lóng Jì
Genre Wuxia
Based on The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber
by Louis Cha
Screenplay byChu Hsiang-kan
Directed byChen Ming-hua
Opening themeperformed by Jeanette Wang
Country of originTaiwan
Original languageMandarin
No. of episodes17
Production
Producer Young Pei-pei
Production locationTaiwan
Running time45 minutes per episode
Release
Original network TTV
Original release14 October 1984 (1984-10-14)

The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber is a Taiwanese television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel of the same title. The series was first broadcast on TTV in Taiwan in October 1984. [1]

Cast

Note: Some of the actors listed here played multiple roles.
  • Liu Dekai as Zhang Wuji
    • Yu Shih-keng as child Zhang Wuji
    • Lan Sheng-wen as teenage Zhang Wuji
  • Liu Yu-pu as Zhao Min
  • Yu Ke-hsin as Zhou Zhiruo
  • Tien Li as Xiaozhao
  • Liu Te-shu as Yin Li / Ding Minjun
    • Hei-niu as child Yin Li
  • Yu Yueh-hung / Liu Shang-chian as Zhang Cuishan
  • Huang Hsiang-lien as Yin Susu
  • Hsieh Chian-wen / Kao I-chieh as Yang Xiao
  • Lung Kuan-wu as Fan Yao / Yu Daiyan
  • Hsieh Yi-chun as Yang Buhui
  • Chan Sing as Xie Xun
  • Huang Lung as Wei Yixiao
  • Li Chian as Daiqisi
  • Wan Shan as Yin Tianzheng / Du Dajin
  • Cheng Wen-hao as Yin Yewang
  • Ting Wan-chian as Chang Yuchun / Zong Weixia
  • Shih Tai-min as Xu Da
  • Chiang Han / Chen Chi as Peng Yingyu
  • Shih Ting-ken as Shuobude
  • Tsui Fu-sheng as Zhou Dian
  • Li Chin-kuang as Iron Crowned Taoist
  • Yan Chung as Leng Qian
  • Wan Chieh as Bai Guishou
  • He Wei as Chang Jinpeng
  • Yuan Pao-huang as Yuan Guangbo / Situ Qianzhong
  • Wang Yu as Hu Qingniu
  • Chiang Ching-hsia as Wang Nangu / Yi Sanniang
  • Ku Cheng / Kao Sheng as Zhang Sanfeng
  • Fan Wei as Song Yuanqiao
  • Chang Peng as Yu Lianzhou
  • Chiang Ta-chuan as Zhang Songxi
  • Tang Chin as Yin Liting
  • Tsai Chung-chiu as Mo Shenggu / Du Baidang
  • Chang Tai-lun as Song Qingshu
  • Peng Chin-wan as Guxuzi
  • Tsai Hui-hua as Miejue
  • Kuo Li-chin as Ji Xiaofu
  • Miao Wei-lan as Bei Jinyi
  • Ning Ching-mei as Yi Xiaojun
  • Kuan Hung / Chu Pen-ke / Li Chin-kuang as He Taichong
  • Cheng Hsiao-wei as Ban Shuxian
  • Chang Yuan-ting as Zhan Chun / Wan'er
  • Wang Fei as Tang Wenliang
  • Hu Wei as Xianyu Tong
  • Miao Tien as Ruyang Prince
  • Peng Chin-wan as Wang Baobao
  • Chan Hsiang as Ah-san
  • Li Chiang / Yueh Kai-wu as He Biweng
  • Su Kuo-liang as Lu Zhangke
  • Hsu I-hua as Lady Han
  • Tu Chin-chi as Kongjian / Kongzhi
  • Huang Kuan-hsiung / Chiang Ying as Kongwen
  • Tseng Shuai-chia as Cheng Kun
  • Lü Yun-pao as Du'e
  • Chiang Yu as Dunan
  • Wu Kun as Escort Chief Shi
  • Ma Hsia as Xie Xun's father
  • Chao Sha as Xie Xun's mother
  • Yi Yuan as Zhu Changling
  • Ting Wen as Zhu Changling's wife
  • Chen Wen-kui as Zhu Jiuzhen
  • Shih Liang-chi as Qiao Fu
  • Chen Chi as Wu Qingying
  • Yao Chi-hung as Wei Bi
  • He Wei as Second Master Yao
  • Cheng Ching as Hu Bao
  • Chang Ying-chi as Shi Huolong / Liu Ao
  • Lü Yao-hua as Chen Youliang
  • Yu Hsin-yi as Shi Hongshi
  • He Yu-nan and Chen Ching-lung as Qinghai Three Swords
  • Li Chin-kuang, Li Yung-wei and Ma Chang as Changbai Three Birds
  • Chan Shih-hsian as Su Xizhi
  • Mei Chang-fang as Yellow Dress Maiden
  • Li Chun-yi as Shou Nanshan
  • Liu Chung-yun as Xia Zhou

References