The Condor Heroes 95

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The Condor Heroes 95
The Return of the Condor Heroes (1995 TV series).jpg
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Also known as The Return of the Condor Heroes
Genre Wuxia
Written by Louis Cha (original story)
Wong Kwok-fai
Chiu Ching-yung
Directed by Yuen Ying-ming
Lau Shun-on
Sin Yin-fong
Lau Kwok-ho
Kong Kam-hung
Starring Louis Koo
Carman Lee
Opening theme Cantonese version:
San Wa Ching Wa (神話情話) performed by Wakin Chau and Chyi Yu
Mandarin version:
Gui Qu Lai (歸去來) performed by Wakin Chau
Composer(s) Wakin Chau
Lam Sai
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 32
Production
Executive producer(s) Lee Tim-shing
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) TVB
Broadcast
Original channel TVB Jade
Original run July 31 – September 9, 1995
Chronology
Preceded by The Legend of the Condor Heroes (1994)
Followed by The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber (2000)
The Condor Heroes 95
Traditional Chinese 神鵰俠侶
Simplified Chinese 神雕侠侣

The Condor Heroes 95 is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Return of the Condor Heroes. It was first broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong in 1995. Many of the cast from The Legend of the Condor Heroes (1994) reprised their roles in this series, such as Lau Dan (Hung Tsat-kung) and Wayne Lai (Chow Pak-tung). In addition, Jason Pai reprised his breakthrough role as Kwok Ching, whom he previously portrayed in The Legend of the Condor Heroes (1976) and The Return of the Condor Heroes (1976).

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Louis Koo as Yeung Kuo
  • Carman Lee as Siu-lung-noi
  • Jason Pai as Kwok Ching
  • Bonnie Ngai as Wong Yung
  • Gigi Fu as Kwok Fu
  • Theresa Lee as Kwok Seung
  • Gan Pui-wan as Luk Mo-sheung
  • Maggie Cheung as Ching Ying
  • Lau Dan as Hung Tsat-kung
  • Chu Tit-wo as Au-yeung Fung
  • Felix Lok as Wong Yeuk-see
  • Wayne Lai as Chow Pak-tung
  • Gordon Liu as Kam-lun Fat-wong
  • Suet Lei as Lei Mok-sau
  • Lau Kong as Mou Sam-tung
  • Lee Lai-lai as Mou Sam-neung
  • Ng Ka-fai as Mou Duen-yu
  • Lee Ka-keung as Mou Sau-man
  • Ho Kit-san as Yuen-ngan Ping
  • Chan Chung-kin as Ye-lut Chor-choi
  • Chim Bing-hei as Ye-lut Chai
  • Choi Wan-hap as Ye-lut Yin
  • Lai Hon-chi as Yat-dang
  • Ng Ka-lok as Kwok Por-lo
  • Ma Hoi-lun as Lau Ying
  • Cheng Lui as Kau Chin-yan (Chi-yan)
  • Chan On-ying as Sor-ku
  • Lee Kwok-lun as Fung Mok-fung
  • Leung Kin-ping as Luk Koon-ying
  • Tam Pui-san as Ching Yau-ka
  • Yu Tin-wai as Lo Yau-kiuk
  • Ho Ho-yuen as Chu Chi-lau
  • Waise Lee as Luk Chin-yuen
  • Cheung Yin as Ho Yuen-kuan
  • Cheung Yee as Kung-suen Chi
  • Law Lan as Kau Chin-chak
  • Louisa So as Kung-suen Luk-ngok
  • Kenneth Chan as Wan Chi-ping
  • Lee Yiu-king as Wong Chung-yeung
  • Fung Hiu-man as Lam Chiu-ying
  • Kwok Tak-shun as Yau Chui-kai
  • Doi Chi-wai as Chiu Chi-king
  • Koi Ngok as Lau Chui-yuen
  • Suen Kit-hing as Wong Chui-yat
  • Choi Kok-hing as Ho Dai-tung
  • Law Kwan-chor as Luk Ching-tuk
  • Liu Lai-lai as Suen Bat-yee
  • Fung So-bo as Granny Sun
  • Lee Kwai-ying as Hung Ling-bo
  • Ben Wong as Kublai Khan
  • Wong Chung-hong as Tat-yee-ba
  • Lo Chan-shun as Fok-do
  • Kwan Ching as Siu-seung-tsi
  • Lee Chi-kei as Nai-mo-sing
  • Chun Hung as Ma Kwong-chor
  • Cheung Hung-cheung as Wan Hak-sai
  • Wan Man-ying as Möngke Khan
  • Chan Tik-hak as Sa Tung-tin
  • Mak Tsi-wan as How Tung-hoi
  • Kiu Hung as Pang Lin-fu
  • Kong Ngai as Or Chan-ngok
  • Cheng Ka-sang as Fan Yat-yung
  • Lee Hoi-sang as Fu-muk

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