The Blood Sword 2

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The Blood Sword 2
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VCD cover art
Genre Wuxia
Written by Ma Wing-shing (original story)
Lau Chun-yin
Bo Wing-tak
Ho Yuk-yi
Ng Mun-fai
Leung Siu-wah
Yu Chui-wing
Directed by Cheung Kin-wai
Cheng Wai-mun
Leung Chi-kin
Mai Kar-fung
Kwok Wai-sing
Starring Kenny Ho
Law Chung-wah
Veronica Yip
Yeung Chak-lam
Leung Sze-ho
Hung Chi-shing
Ho Mei-mei
Pong Chau-ngan
Yeung Kar-lok
Lin Wai-kin
Cheng Kwan-chi
Mak Lai-hung
Wai Lit
Lo Chun-shun
Kingdom Yuen
Chan Pui-shan
Lau Shek-yin
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Production
Executive producer(s) Chan Toi-yuen
Editor(s) Ng Mun-fai
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) ATV
Broadcast
Original channel ATV
Original airing September 9, 1991
Chronology
Preceded by The Blood Sword (1990)
The Blood Sword 2
Simplified Chinese 中华英雄之中华傲诀
Traditional Chinese 中華英雄之中華傲訣
Literal meaning Chinese Hero: China's Proud Secret

The Blood Sword 2 is a Hong Kong television series adapted from the wuxia manhua series Chinese Hero: Tales of the Blood Sword by Ma Wing-shing. The series was produced by ATV and first aired in September 1991. The series is a prequel to The Blood Sword (1990).

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Kenny Ho as Wah Ying-hung
  • Law Chung-wah as Wah Kim-hung
  • Veronica Yip as Kit-yu
  • Yeung Chak-lam as Mo-dik
  • Leung Sze-ho as Mo-ching
  • Hung Chi-shing as Kwai-buk
  • Ho Mei-mei as Kei-sze
  • Pong Chau-ngan as Si-ngo
  • Lin Wai-kin as Yuen-mou
  • Chan Chek-wai as Sang-no
  • Yeung Kar-lok as Lo-hon
  • Wai Lit as Kam Toi-bo
  • Cheng Kwan-chi as For Say-long
  • Law Yiu-hung as Che-tung
  • Fennie Yuen as Sui Chin-min
  • Mak Lai-hung as Muk-tze
  • Tam Wing-kit as Kam San-juet
  • Lam Mun-wai as Tin Long-tze
  • Cheung Tsang as Kim-sing
  • Kwan Wai-lun as Pak Fung
  • Leung Kam-san as Yuet-mun San
  • Tsang Tsan-on as Yat-mun San
  • Chan Pui-shan as Ching-yee
  • Lau Shek-yin as Tze-jai
  • Chan Dik-wah as Pak-she Chun-tse
  • Chan Kim-wun as Tuk-tsung
  • Szema Wah Lung as Tin Law San Lo
  • Eddy Ko as General Sat-dan
  • Fan Wing-wah as Dai-do Wong
  • Cheng Shu-fung as Sam-mo
  • Lee Lai-jui as Anna
  • Law Lit as Ka-sin-lung
  • Yu Kit-fu as Hak-lung Sze-ling
  • Lo Chun-shun as Yan-yeung Si
  • Kingdom Yuen as Ming-sat
  • Ding Ying as Jan-sat
  • Lau Chin-yu as Ming-yuet
  • Lee Ching as Hang-tze
  • Yu Mun-bing as Shum Tin-yeung
  • Tong Kwok-ming as Shum Chun-hau
  • Wong Shu-tong as Do-chung Mo-yee
  • Tsui Man-wah as Mo-dik's wife
  • Chan Shi-hung
  • Chung Wai
  • Lau Tsung-kei
  • Ng Kar-wah
  • Tang Hon-hung
  • Chan Tze-hung
  • Cheng Yuk-yin
  • Keung Chun-wai
  • Lau Chun
  • Mai Kei
  • Ngo Lung
  • Chan Tung
  • Shek Chung-yuk
  • Yau Chin-pang
  • Lee Yeung-chun
  • Chow Siu-lun
  • Ma Siu-mang

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