Da Han Tian Zi

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Da Han Tian Zi
Da Han Tian Zi.jpg
DVD cover art for Season 1
Also known as The Prince of Han Dynasty
Genre Historical fiction
Written by Yang Xiaoxiong
Directed by Season 1:
Liang Benxi
Gao Yijun
Season 2:
Dong Li
Season 3:
Fan Xiuming
Creative director(s) Stanley Kwan
Presented by Shi Xue
Shi Jingguo
Opening theme Shouye Gengbi Chuangye Nan(守业更比创业难) performed by Jing Gangshan
Ending theme Wangle Wo (忘了我) performed by Huang Gexuan / Chu Rui
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 41 (Season 1)
40 (Season 2)
48 (Season 3)
Production
Producer(s) Zhou Min
Location(s) China
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) 宝石影业投资公司
中国长城艺术文化中心
Broadcast
First shown in 2001 (Season 1)
2003 (Season 2)
2005 (Season 3)
Da Han Tian Zi
Traditional Chinese 大漢天子
Simplified Chinese 大汉天子
Literal meaning Son of Heaven of the Great Han

Da Han Tian Zi, also known as The Prince of Han Dynasty, is a three-season Chinese television series featuring a fictionalised life story of Liu Che, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty. Season 1 was first broadcast on Beijing Television in 2001 in mainland China, followed by the second and third seasons in 2003 and 2005 respectively. Except for Huang Xiaoming, who played Emperor Wu in all three seasons, the cast members in each season are almost different from its preceding one.

Titles[edit]

The Chinese titles for each season are as follows:

  • Season 1: 大汉天子 (The Prince of Han Dynasty)
  • Season 2: 大汉天子第二部:汉武雄风 (The Prince of Han Dynasty Part 2: The Majesty of Emperor Wu of Han)
  • Season 3: 大汉天子第三部:铁血汗青 (The Prince of Han Dynasty Part 3: Iron Blood and the Pages of History)

Cast[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Season 3[edit]

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