Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre (1978 film)

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Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre
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Traditional 倚天屠龍記
Simplified 倚天屠龙记
Mandarin Yǐ Tiān Tú Lóng Jì
Directed by Chor Yuen
Produced by Run Run Shaw
Screenplay by Chor Yuen
Story by Louis Cha
Music by Joseph Koo
Wong Jim
Frankie Chan
Cinematography Wong Chit
Edited by Chiang Hsing-lung
Yu Siu-fung
Production
  company
Shaw Brothers Studio
Release date(s)
  • 19 October 1978 (1978-10-19) (Part 1)
  • 27 October 1978 (1978-10-27) (Part 2)
Running time 101 minutes (Part 1)
98 minutes (Part 2)
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre, also known as Chivalrous Killer, is a two-part 1978 Hong Kong film adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber.

Cast[edit]

  • Derek Yee as Zhang Wuji
  • Ching Li as Zhao Min
  • Candice Yu as Zhou Zhiruo
  • Cheng Lai-fong as Xiaozhao
  • Wen Hsueh-erh as Yin Li / Zhu'er
  • Wong Yung as Yang Xiao
  • Ngai Fei as Yin Liting
  • Lau Wai-ling as Ji Xiaofu
  • Karen Chan as Yang Buhui
  • Lo Lieh as Xie Xun
  • Tin Ching as Cheng Kun / Yuanzhen
  • Cheung Ying as Zhang Sanfeng
  • Wang Lai as Miejue
  • Teresa Ha as Daiqisi
  • Cheng Miu as Yin Tianzheng
  • Norman Tsui as Wei Yixiao
  • Wai Wang as Fan Yao
  • Ku Kuan-chung as Song Qingshu
  • Tang Tak-cheung as Mo Shenggu
  • Yeung Chi-hing as Shuobude
  • Chiang Nan as Peng Yingyu
  • Keung Hon as Iron-crowned Taoist
  • Chan Shen as He Taichong
  • Hung Ling-ling as Ban Shuxian
  • Hon Kwok-choi as Kongjian
  • Woo Wang-dat as Kongwen
  • Ng Man-tat as Hu Qingniu
  • Cheung Wai-yee as Wang Nangu
  • Lee Sau-kei as Zhu Changling
  • Helen Poon as Zhu Jiuzhen
  • Chung Kwok-yan as Shi Huolong
  • Yue Wing as Ruyang Prince
  • Ka Wa as Cloud messenger
  • Austin Wai as Wind messenger
  • Kara Hui as Moon messenger

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