The Legendary Prime Minister – Zhuge Liang

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The Legendary Prime Minister – Zhuge Liang
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Genre Historical drama, wuxia
Written by Mak Sau-yee
Cheng Gam-fuk
Cho Wai-leung
Tam Wai-sing
Poon Kin-gung
Yu Hon-wing
Directed by Lee Lik-chi
Tang Chi-kit
Leung Heung-lan
Leung Chi-kin
Keung Ming-hoi
Tam Bei-tak
Starring Adam Cheng
Michelle Yim
Opening theme Bat Tsan To (八陣圖) performed by Adam Cheng
Composer(s) Tang Siu-lam
Ng wai-nin
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 40
Production
Producer(s) Lau Ka-ho
Location(s) Hong Kong
Cinematography Chan Gam-chuen
Wong Tit
Chiu Wing-sing
Ko Hei
Editor(s) Yuen Siu-si
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) ATV
Release
Original network ATV
First shown in 9 December 1985
The Legendary Prime Minister – Zhuge Liang
Traditional Chinese 諸葛亮
Simplified Chinese 诸葛亮

The Legendary Prime Minister – Zhuge Liang is a Hong Kong television series based on the life of Zhuge Liang (Cantonese: Chu-kot Leung), a chancellor (or prime minister) of the state of Shu Han in the Three Kingdoms period. Starring Adam Cheng as the title character, the series not only incorporates stories about Zhuge Liang from Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, but also includes some elements of wuxia and a fictional romance between Zhuge Liang and Xiaoqiao (Cantonese: Siu-kiu). The series was produced by ATV and first started airing in Hong Kong on 9 December 1985.

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Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.

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