The Romantic Swordsman (1978 TV series)

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The Romantic Swordsman
Genre Wuxia
Written by Gu Long (original story)
Opening theme Siu Lei Fei Dou (小李飛刀) performed by Roman Tam
Composer(s) Joseph Koo
Nonoy Ocampo
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 13
Production
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Broadcast
Original channel TVB
First shown in 1978
The Romantic Swordsman
Traditional Chinese 小李飛刀
Simplified Chinese 小李飞刀
Literal meaning Little Li Flying Dagger

The Romantic Swordsman is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Gu Long's novel Duoqing Jianke Wuqing Jian of the Xiaoli Feidao Series. The series was first broadcast on TVB in Hong Kong in 1978.

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Paul Chu Kong as Lei Cham-fan
  • Wong Yuen-sun as Ah-fei
  • Wong Hang-sau as Lam Sin-yee
  • Maggie Li / Wan Lau-may as Lam See-yan
  • Ko Miu-see / Susanna Au-yeung as Suen Siu-hung
  • Kong Ngai as Sam-mei / Tin-kei Old Man
  • Ng Man-tat as Suen Tat
  • Kong To / Law Kwok-wai as Lung Siu-wan
  • Kwan Hoi-san as Mr Iron Flute
  • Lam Wai-to as Kwok Sung-yeung
  • Kwan Chung as King Mou-meng / Yau Lung-sang
  • Chan Fuk-sang as Ling-ling
  • Kam Hing-yin as Yi-ku
  • Yim Chau-wah / Law Ho-kai as Lung Siu-wan
  • Leung Hung-wah as Lui Fung-sin
  • Tsui Kwai-heung as Nam Kit-chi
  • Cheung Chung / Lau Dan as Sheung-koon Kam-hung
  • Wong Wan-choi as Sheung-koon Fei
  • Ho Lai-nam as Bak Sheh / King Mou-meng
  • Leung Siu-tik as Sai-mun Yau
  • Lee Ka-ding as Chu-kok Tit-kwai
  • Lai Kim-hung as Yin Seung-fei
  • Mak Dai-sing as Wu Bat-kwai

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