Luk Siu-fung (1976 TV series)

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Luk Siu-fung
Luk Siu Fung (1976 TV series).jpg
VCD cover art
Genre Wuxia
Written by Gu Long (original story)
Directed by Wong Tin-lam
Starring Damian Lau
Wong Wan-choi
Wong Yuen-sun
Adam Cheng
Wong Hang-sau
Theme music composer Joseph Koo
Opening theme Part 1 & 2: Luk Siu-fung (陸小鳳) performed by Adam Cheng
Part 3: Sai Yiu Yap Dou San (誓要入刀山) performed by Adam Cheng
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 30
Producer(s) Wong Tin-lam
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 40 minutes per episode
Original network TVB
First shown in 1976
Luk Siu-fung
Traditional Chinese 陸小鳳
Simplified Chinese 陆小凤

Luk Siu-fung is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Gu Long's Lu Xiaofeng novel series. It was first broadcast on TVB in Hong Kong in 1976.


Each season has 10 episodes, making 30 episodes in total.

  • Part 1: Mystery of the Golden Bird (金鵬之迷)
  • Part 2: Before and After the Duel (決戰前後)
  • Part 3: The Battle of Wudang (武當之戰)


Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Damian Lau as Luk Siu-fung
  • Wong Wan-choi as Fa Mun-lau
  • Wong Yuen-sun as Sai-mun Chui-suet
  • Ma Kim-tong as Si-hung Chak-sing
  • Adam Cheng as Yip Ku-sing
  • Wong Hang-sau as Sun Sau-ching
  • Kwan Hoi-san as Tuk-ku Yat-hok / Lei Yin-pak
  • Ho Ka-wai as Shek Sau-wan
  • Ko Miu-see as Ma Sau-chan
  • Chan Fuk-sang as Yip Sau-chu
  • Mary Hon as Sheung-koon Fei-yin / Sheung-koon Dan-fung
  • Chong Man-ching as Sheung-koon Suet-yee
  • Ng Tung as Fok Yau
  • Kwan Chung as Fok Tin-ching
  • Kam Hing-hin as Lau Yu-han
  • Lok Kung as Golden Bird King
  • Kong To as Chu Ting
  • Ching Ho-wai as Mrs Chu
  • Ho Kwong-lun as Soul-taking Hook
  • Lau Kok-sing as Iron-faced Judge
  • Tsui Kwong-lam as Tuk-ku Fong
  • Leung Hon-fai as Siu Chau-yu
  • Bak Man-biu as Ma Hang-hung
  • Kong Ngai as Yin Tit-san
  • Law Ho-kai as So Siu-hing
  • Law Kok-wai as San Sai-ngan
  • Wong Sun as Koo Ching-fung
  • Cho Kai as Hunter


From parts 1 & 2[edit]

Luk Siu-Fung is an album released by Crown Records (娛樂) in 1976. Adam Cheng records most of the songs; Teresa Cheung sings tracks 3, 5, and 6. Side one contains theme songs from the television series. Side two is unrelated to the television series except the final track.

"Yuen kwan saam gei cheui" (願君心記取) was one of the top ten songs awarded by RTHK in the 1978 awards[1]

All lyrics written by Lo Kwok-Jim (盧國沾) except track 4 written by Yip Shiu-Tak (葉紹德); all music composed by Joseph Koo.

Side one
No. Title Unofficial translation Length
1. "陸小鳳" (Main theme) Luk Siu-fung / Lu Xiaofeng  
2. "決戰前夕" (kuet jin chin jik; Sub-theme) The Day Before the Decisive Battle  
3. "鮮花滿月樓" (sin faa moon yuet lau; Sub-theme) A Storied Building's Fresh Flowers in the Full Moon  
4. "悼薛冰" (dou sit bing; Sub-theme) Grieving at the Cold Marsh  
5. "願君心記取" (yuen kwan sam gei cheui; Sub-theme) Wishing Your Heart Remembers to Choose  
6. "落花淚影" (lok faa leui ying; Sub-theme) Fallen Tears  

All tracks written by various persons below. 

Side two
No. Title Lyrics Music Unofficial translation Length
7. "大報復" (Theme song of The Great Vendetta) Lo Kwok-Jim Joseph Koo The Great Vendetta  
8. "悲歌訴心聲" (bei go sou saam sing) Yip Shiu-Tak A Sad Song Tells Feelings  
9. "文秋郎" (maan chau long) Peter Lai 黎彼得 Autumn Gentleman  
10. "彈劍江湖" (taan kim kong woo) Yip Shiu-Tak Wong Yuet-Sang 王粵生 Saber-Flicking Wanderer / Flicking a Sword in Waters  
11. "初戀" (chor loon) Lo Kwok-Jim Joseph Koo First Love  
12. "陸小鳳音樂"     Joseph Koo Luk Siu-Fung (instrumental)  

From part 3[edit]

These songs are heard in part three of the television series. They are sung by Adam Cheng, were written by James Wong, and composed by Joseph Koo. They are also available in the 1978 album The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber (倚天屠龍記).

  • Main theme: "Pledge to Join the War" (誓要入刀山 sai yiu yaap dou saan)
    One of the top ten "gold songs" awarded by RTHK[1]
  • Sub-theme: "Unfulfilled Sentiments" (情未了 ching mei liu)


  1. ^ a b 第一屆 (1978) (1978 Top 10 Gold Songs Awards), RTHK

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