Crimson Sabre

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Crimson Sabre
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DVD cover art
Also known as Sword Stained with Royal Blood
Genre Wuxia
Written by Louis Cha (original story)
Directed by Lee Tim-shing
Starring Gordon Lam
Sarah Au
Charmaine Sheh
Kwong Wa
Melissa Ng
Fiona Yuen
Opening theme Cantonese version:
Ming Ming Sam Ngoi Jyu Nei (明明深愛著你) performed by Hacken Lee
Mandarin version:
Bixuejian (碧血劍) performed by Hacken Lee
Ending theme Cantonese version:
Yit Ngoi Chung Kik (熱愛終極) performed by Kwong Wah
Mandarin version:
Tiandi Nanrong (天地難容) performed by Kwong Wah
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 35
Production
Executive producer(s) Lee Tim-shing
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Broadcast
Original channel TVB
Original airing 2000
Crimson Sabre
Simplified Chinese 碧血剑
Traditional Chinese 碧血劍

Crimson Sabre is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel Sword Stained with Royal Blood. The series was first broadcast on TVB in Hong Kong in 2000.

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Gordon Lam as Yun Sing-chi
    • Lee Chun-leung as young Yun Sing-chi
  • Sarah Au as Wan Ching-ching / Ha Ching-ching
  • Charmaine Sheh as Ah-kau / Princess Cheung-ping
  • Kwong Wa as Ha Suet-yee
  • Melissa Ng as Wan Yee / Wan Sin
    • Fung Ho-see as young Wan Sin
  • Fiona Yuen as Ho Tit-sau
  • Emily Kwan as Ho Hong-yeuk
  • Yeung Man-na as On Siu-wai
    • Wong May-kei as young On Siu-wai
  • Lo Hing-fai as To-yee-kwan
  • Ku Feng as Muk Yan-ching
  • Felix Lok as Lei Tsi-sing
  • Chun Wong as Wong Tsan
  • Henry Lee as Lei Ngam
  • Lau Dan as Wong-toi-kik
  • Wong Wai as Sung-tsing Emperor
  • Wong Chi-wah as Yun Sung-wan
  • Liu Lai-lai as Yun Sung-wan's wife
  • Lee Hoi-sang as Chief Chu
  • Yu Tsi-ming as Taoist Muk-song
  • Wong Tin-chak as Ngau Kam-sing
  • Kwong Cho-fai as Kwai Sun-shu
  • Wong Chun-tong as Wan Fong-tat
  • Lau Kwai-fong as Wan Fong-tat's wife
  • Kiu Hung as Wan Fong-yee
  • Tsang Wai-wan as Wan Fong-yee's wife
  • Lau Kong as Wan Fong-san
  • Law Lan as Wan Fong-san's wife
  • Lee Hung-kit as Wan Fong-see
  • Wong Fung-leung as Wan Fong-see's wife
  • Kwan Ching as Wan Fong-ng
  • Wong Sun-wai as Wan Fong-ng's wife
  • Chan Wing-chun as Sa Tin-kwong
  • Koo Ming-wah as Fu Tau-tor
  • Henry Lo as Sing Ching-chuk
  • Yu San-kwong as Cho Wah-shun
  • Cheung Hon-ban as Kiu Kung-lai
  • Chan Kei as Suen Chung-kwan
  • Yau Biu as Mui Kim-wo
  • Mak Ka-lun as See Bing-man
  • Wong Man-piu as See Bing-lit
  • Lee Kwok-lun as Yuk-tsan-chi
  • Joe Ma as Lung Tin
  • Mak Cheung-ching as Iron Arhat
  • Lam King-kong as Wu Kwai-nam
  • Tang Tse-yiu as See Bing-kwong
  • Chan Tik-hak as Chu Hong-lau
  • Raymond Lam as intruder (cameo)

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