The Brave Archer 2

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The Brave Archer 2
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DVD cover art
Traditional 射鵰英雄傳續集
Simplified 射雕英雄传续集
Directed by Chang Cheh
Produced by Runme Shaw
Screenplay by Ni Kuang
Story by Louis Cha
Starring Alexander Fu
Niu-niu
Music by Frankie Chan
Cinematography Kung Mu-to
Edited by Chiang Hsing-lung
Production
  company
Shaw Brothers Studio
Distributed by Shaw Brothers Studio
Release date(s)
  • 13 May 1978 (1978-05-13)
Running time 110 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Mandarin

The Brave Archer 2, also known as Kungfu Warlord 2, is a 1978 Hong Kong film adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Legend of the Condor Heroes. The film was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and directed by Chang Cheh, starring Alexander Fu and Niu-niu in the lead roles. The film is the second part of a trilogy and was preceded by The Brave Archer (1977) and followed by The Brave Archer 3 (1981). The trilogy has two unofficial sequels, The Brave Archer and His Mate (1982) and Little Dragon Maiden (1983).

Cast[edit]

  • Alexander Fu as Guo Jing
  • Niu-niu as Huang Rong
  • Ku Feng as Hong Qigong
  • Philip Kwok as Zhou Botong
  • Wang Lung-wei as Ouyang Feng
  • Ku Kuan-chung as Huang Yaoshi
  • Danny Lee as Ouyang Ke
  • Lee I-min as Yang Kang
  • Kara Hui as Mu Nianci
  • Norman Tsui as Qiu Chuji
  • Bruce Tong as Tan Chuduan
  • Suen San-cheung as Liu Chuxuan
  • Yu Tai-ping as Hao Datong
  • Siu Yuk-lung as Ma Yu
  • Robert Tai as Wang Chuyi
  • Hung Ling-ling as Sun Bu'er
  • Yu Sha-li as Shagu
  • Lam Jan-kei as Cheng Yaojia
  • Tsai Hung as Ke Zhen'e
  • Lam Fai-wong as Zhu Cong
  • Jamie Luk as Nan Xiren
  • Chow Kin-ping as Quan Jinfa
  • Lee Fung as Han Xiaoying
  • Lo Mang as Qiu Qianren
  • Wong Ching-ho as Elder Peng
  • Sun Chien as Lu Guanying
  • Yu Hoi-lun as Mei Chaofeng
  • Wai Pak as Qu Lingfeng
  • Yu Wing as Wanyan Honglie
  • Chan Shen as Lingzhi Shangren
  • Keung Hon as Liang Ziweng
  • Suen Shu-pei as Sha Tongtian
  • Lu Feng
  • Chiang Sheng
  • Dick Wei
  • Tony Tam
  • Lau Fong-sai
  • To Wing-leung
  • Ha Kwok-wing
  • Lai Yau-hing
  • Cheung Sek-au
  • Cheung Chok-chow
  • Chan Hung

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