The Legend of the Condor Heroes (2003 TV series)

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The Legend of the Condor Heroes
The Legend of Arching Hero.jpg
Poster
Also known as 1. Legend of Eagle Shooting Hero
2. Legend of the Arching Hero
Genre Wuxia
Written by Louis Cha (original story)
Lan Xiaolong
Shi Hang
Gong Yingtian
Zhang Ting
Directed by Yu Min
Wang Rui
Kuk Kwok-leung
Creative director(s) Qian Yunxian
Presented by Chi Chenxi
Ma Zhongjun
Pu Mu
Starring Li Yapeng
Zhou Xun
Zhou Jie
Jiang Qinqin
Opening theme Tiandi Douzai Wo Xinzhong (天地都在我心中) performed by Qiu Ye
Ending theme Zhenqing Zhenmei (真情真美) performed by Sun Nan and Valen Hsu
Composer(s) Zhao Lin
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 42
Production
Executive producer(s) Pan Zhizhong
Tie Fo
Chen Jingsheng
Jiang Huai
Producer(s) Zhang Jizhong
Meng Fanyao
Que Xin
Yang Niansheng
Huzi
Location(s) China
Cinematography Shao Jinghui
Ye Zhiwei
Zhang Zhendong
Wu Bin
Fang Ting
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) Ciwen Film & TV Production Co. Ltd.
Broadcast
Original channel CCTV (China)
CTS (Taiwan)
First shown in 2003 (China)
8 March 2010 (Taiwan)
Chronology
Followed by The Return of the Condor Heroes (2006)
External links
Website
The Legend of the Condor Heroes
Traditional Chinese 射鵰英雄傳
Simplified Chinese 射雕英雄传

The Legend of the Condor Heroes is a Chinese television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel of the same title. It is the first instalment of a trilogy produced by Zhang Jizhong, followed by The Return of the Condor Heroes (2006) and The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber (2009). It was first broadcast on CCTV in China in 2003.

Cast[edit]

  • Li Yapeng as Guo Jing
    • Wang Meng as young Guo Jing
  • Zhou Xun as Huang Rong
  • Zhou Jie as Yang Kang
  • Jiang Qinqin as Mu Nianci
  • Ding Haifeng as Yang Tiexin
  • Zhao Liang as Zhou Botong
  • Sun Haiying as Hong Qigong
  • Cao Peichang as Huang Yaoshi
  • You Yong as Ouyang Feng
  • Wang Weiguo as Yideng
  • Zhang Jizhong as Wang Chongyang
  • Li Feng as Guo Xiaotian
  • He Qing as Bao Xiruo
  • Lü Liping as Li Ping
  • Bao Dazhi as Wanyan Honglie
  • Zhang Xiaojun as Chen Xuanfeng
  • Yang Liping as Mei Chaofeng
  • Liu Liwei as Ke Zhen'e
  • Yu Youchuan as Zhu Cong
  • Ba Te'er as Han Baoju
  • Yang Guanghua as Nan Xiren
  • Xie Ning as Zhang A'sheng
  • Wang Wei as Quan Jinfa
  • Zhao Feng as Han Xiaoying
  • Ba Sen as Temüjin (Genghis Khan)
  • Ba Yin as Jebe
  • A'Siru as Huazheng
    • Yuan Yundi as young Huazheng
  • Ma Liping as Jochi
  • Bate as Ögodei
  • Siqinbilige as Tolui
    • Meng Meng as young Tolui
  • Zhou Haodong as Qiu Chuji
  • Wang Gang as Wang Chuyi
  • Li Xiaomin as Ma Yu
  • Li Wei as Yin Zhiping
  • Xiu Qing as Ouyang Ke
  • Zhang Hengping as Lu Youjiao
  • Li Yu as Qiu Qianren
  • Wulan Baoyin as Lu Chengfeng
  • Ren Yuanyuan as Cheng Yaojia
  • Huang Chong as Lu Guanying
  • Liu Kui as Duan Tiande
  • Yang Niansheng as Liang Ziweng
  • Wang Wensheng as Hou Tonghai
  • Li Yihua as Sha Tongtian
  • Cui Yong as Peng Lianhu
  • Tong Ruimin as Wanyan Hongxi
  • Huang Xiaolei as Shagu
  • Liang Li as Yinggu
  • Yu Min
  • Kuk Kwok-leung

List of featured songs[edit]

  • Tiandi Douzai Wo Xinzhong (天地都在我心中; Heaven and Earth in My Heart) performed by Qiu Ye
  • Zhenqing Zhenmei (真情真美; True Love Is Beautiful) performed by Sun Nan and Valen Hsu
  • Shangbieli (伤别离; The Pain of Separation) performed by Cao Hai
  • Niyuwo Gonghao (你与我共好; You and I Are Well) performed by Anita Mui
  • Jiandao Ni Zai Buhui Wang (见到你再不会忘; Will Not Forget You When I See You Again) performed by Li Yapeng and Zhou Xun

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Production[edit]

Shooting locations include Inner Mongolia, Zhejiang and Red Hill Park.

References[edit]

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