State of Divinity (1996 TV series)

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State of Divinity
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Poster
Also known as The Smiling, Proud Wanderer
Chinese 笑傲江湖
Mandarin Xiào Ào Jiāng Hú
Cantonese Siu3 Ngou6 Gong1 Wu4
Genre Wuxia
Based on The Smiling, Proud Wanderer
by Louis Cha
Screenplay by Wong Kwok-fai
Chiu Ching-yung
Ng Kim-wah
Leung Yan-tung
Tong Kin-ping
Wong May-seung
Directed by Lau Kwok-ho
Kwong Kam-wang
Ho Shu-pui
Chan Seung-kuen
Koon Kwok-wai
Yuen Ying-ming
Starring Jacky Lui
Fiona Leung
Timmy Ho
Cherie Chan
Opening theme Wut Tak Siu Sa (活得瀟灑) performed by Alan Tam and Priscilla Chan
Composer(s) Choi Kok-kuen
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 40 (Hong Kong version)
43 (overseas version)
Production
Executive producer(s) Lee Tim-shing
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 40 minutes per episode
Production company(s) TVB
Release
Original network TVB
Original release 24 June (1996-06-24) – 16 August 1996 (1996-08-16)

State of Divinity is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Smiling, Proud Wanderer. It was first broadcast on TVB in Hong Kong in 1996.

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Jackie Lui as Ling-wu Chung
  • Fiona Leung as Yam Ying-ying
  • Timmy Ho as Lam Ping-chi
  • Cherie Chan as Ngok Ling-san
  • He Meitian as Yee-lam
  • Wong Wai as Ngok Bat-kwan
  • Lily Li as Ning Chung-chak
  • Pau Fong as Fung Ching-yeung
  • Law Lok-lam as Yam Ngor-hang
  • Henry Lo as Dong-fong Bat-bai
  • Lau Kong as Heung Man-tin
  • Tam Pui-san as Lam Fung-wong
  • Kwan Ching as Yu Chong-hoi
  • Chan Hung-lit as Tso Lang-sim
  • Tam Yat-ching as Tin-mun
  • Suen Kwai-hing as Mok Dai
  • Cheng Lui as Muk Ko-fung
  • Cheung Ying-choi as Fong-ching
  • Tam Chuen-hing as Chung-hui
  • Wah Chung-nam as Monk Bat-kei
  • Fung So-bo as Nga Por-por
  • Cheng Bak-lun as Tin Bak-kwong
  • Chan Chi-hung as Wong Yuen-ba
  • Law Lan as Ting-yat
  • Leung Bo-ching as Ting-ching
  • Leung Shun-yin as Ting-man
  • Cheng Siu-ping as Yee-wo
  • Wan Seung-yin as Yee-ching
  • Leung Suet-may as Yee-yuk
  • Wayne Lai as Lau Ching-fung
  • Newton Lai as Kuk Yeung
  • Law Kwok-wai as Lut Chuk-yung
  • Chan Tik-hak as Tung Bak-hung
  • Leila Tong as Kuk Fei-yin
  • Chan Chung-kin as Wong Chung-kung
  • Leung Yam-kei as Hak Bat-chi
  • Lee Lung-kei as Tok Bat-yung
  • Kwong Chor-fai as Dam Ching-sang
  • Chan Wing-chun as Lo Tak-lok
  • Tang Yu-chiu as Leung Fat
  • Lee Ka-keung as Luk Dai-yau
  • Kong Ming-fai as Ying Bak-law
  • Cho Kai as Fung Bat-ping
  • Sit Chun-kei as Sing-bat-yau
  • Chu Tit-wo as Lam Tsan-nam
  • Wong Hoi-sam as Lam Tsan-nam's wife
  • Leung Siu-tik as Ting-min
  • Fong Kit as Luk Bak
  • Cheung Hon-ban as Fai Ban
  • Lee Hoi-sang as Chung Chan
  • Mak Tsi-wan as Tik-yau
  • Lau Siu-kwan as Yu Yan-yin
  • Chan Min-leung as Ka Yan-kwai
  • Wong Wai-tak as How Yan-ying
  • Kwok Chuk-wah as Hung Yan-hung
  • Mak Ka-lun as Yu Yan-ho
  • Wong Kai-tak as Law Yan-kit
  • Cheung Hung-cheung as Tin-chung
  • Leung Ming-wah as Tin-chung
  • Lui Kim-kwong as Yuk-kai-tsi
  • Koi Ngok as Yuk-mo-tsi
  • Shek Wan as Yuk-yam-tsi
  • Ho Pik-kin as Fong-sang

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