Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (1982 TV series)

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Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils
Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (1982 TV series).jpg
Cover art for the new complete version released on DVD
Also known as 'Tin Lung Bat Bou'
Genre Wuxia
Written by Louis Cha (original story)
Chiu Chi-kin
Tang Yun-leung
Kwan Chin-bok
Leung Chi-wah
Lee Chak-keung
Shum Sai-sing
Cheung Mun-fung
Sum Kwok-wing
Leung Wing-mui
Tsang Gan-cheung
Lo Hon-wah
Tang Kei-pui
Leung Kin-cheung
Wai Ka-fai
Directed by Fan Sau-ming
Siu Hin-fai
Lee Kwok-lap
Poon Man-kit
Leung Yat-yuet
Tam Jui-ming
Sze-to Lap-kwong
Starring Bryan Leung
Kent Tong
Felix Wong
Idy Chan
Wong Hang-sau
Chan Fuk-sang
Sharon Yeung
Theme music composer Joseph Koo
Leung Hon-ming
Opening theme Part 1:
Leung Mong Yin Shui Lei (倆忘煙水裏) performed by Michael Kwan and Susanna Kwan
Part 2:
Man Shui Chin San Chung Hang (萬水千山縱橫) performed by Michael Kwan
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 50
Production
Executive producer(s) Siu Sang
Location(s) Hong Kong
Editor(s) Chiu Chi-kin
Leung Kin-cheung
Running time 42 minutes per episode
Production company(s) TVB
Release
Original network TVB Jade
Original release March 22 – July 30, 1982
Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils
Traditional Chinese 天龍八部
Simplified Chinese 天龙八部

Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils is a 1982 Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils. The 50 episodes long series is divided into two parts, with their Chinese titles as 天龍八部之六脈神劍 (Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils: Six Meridians Divine Sword) and 天龍八部之虛竹傳奇 (Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils: The Legend of Hui-juk) respectively.

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Bryan Leung as Kiu Fung / Siu Fung
  • Kent Tong as Duen Yu
  • Felix Wong as Hui-juk
  • Idy Chan as Wong Yu-yin
  • Wong Hang-sau as Ah-chu / Chung Ling
  • Chan Fuk-sang as Ah-tsi
  • Sharon Yeung as Muk Yuen-ching
  • Shek Sau as Muk-yung Fuk
  • Patrick Tse as Duen Ching-sun
  • Leung Shan as Dou Bak-fung
  • Maggie Li as Mrs Wong
  • Lui Yau-wai as Kam Bo-bo
  • Bak Yan as Yuen Sing-chuk
  • Bonnie Wong as Chun Hung-min
  • Lam Kin-ming as Mrs Ma
  • Lau Siu-ming as Duen Yin-hing
  • Leung Oi as Yip Yi-neung
  • Lau Kwok-shing as Ngok Lo-sam
  • Yeung Yim-tong as Wan Chung-hok
  • Kam Kwok-wai as Yau Tan-chi
  • Cheung Ying-choi as Duen Ching-ming
  • Shih Kien as Siu Yuen-san
  • Kwan Hoi-san as Muk-yung Bok
  • Lee Heung-kam as Queen (guest star)
  • Ju Gong as Chu Man-lei
  • Ho Lai-nam as Chu Dan-san
  • Wong Man-yee as Ah-pik
  • Ma Hing-sang as Tang Bak-chuen
  • Eddy Ko as Kung-ye Kon
  • Yu Tsi-ming as Bau Bat-tung
  • Chiu Hung as Fung Bo-ngok
  • Kwan Chung as Chuen Gun-ching
  • Robert Siu as Bak Sai-king
  • Gam Lui as Elder Chui
  • Bak Man-biu as Elder
  • Cheung Lui as Kau Mo-chit
  • Bobby Tsang as Chung Man-sau
  • Ho Pik-kin as Yuen-chi
  • Kong Ngai as Yuen-fu
  • Ng Yip-kwong as Sin Cheng
  • Tam Yat-ching as Tam Kung
  • Chan Lap-pan as Tam Po
  • Yu Ming as Chiu Chin-suen
  • Benz Hui as Tso Tsi-muk
  • Yeung Chak-lam as Ye-lut Hung-kei
  • Yip Ha-lee as Sweeper Monk
  • Cheng Kun-sin as Mo-nga-tsi
  • Wong Oi-ming as Tin-san Tung-lo
  • Lai Siu-fong as Lee Chau-sui
  • Lau Hak-suen as Ding Chun-chow
  • Lee Sau-kei as So Sing-ho
  • Lee Kwok-lun as Tufan prince
  • Felix Lok as Hak-lin Tit-shu
  • Kenneth Tsang as Western Xia king
  • Tony Leung
  • Wilson Tsui
  • Eddie Cheung
  • Francis Ng
  • Chun Wong
  • Amy Hu
  • Chan On-ying

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