The Proud Twins (TV series)

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The Proud Twins
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Also known asThe Handsome Siblings
The Perfect Twins
The Invincible Duo
The Amazing Twins
Traditional小魚兒與花無缺
Simplified小鱼儿与花无缺
MandarinXiǎoyúer yǔ Huā Wúquē
LiterallyXiaoyu'er and Hua Wuque
GenreWuxia, adventure, romance, comedy
Based onJuedai Shuangjiao
by Gu Long
Screenplay byWong Jing
Wu Ren
Directed byWong Jing
Presented byTie Fo
Ma Zhongjun
StarringDicky Cheung
Nicholas Tse
Fan Bingbing
Yuan Quan
Theme music composerNicholas Tse
Sun Weiming
Harry Ng
Opening themeHuangzhong Ren (黄种人) performed by Nicholas Tse
Ending themeChaoren (超人) performed by Dicky Cheung
Composer(s)Carl Ng
Billy Chan
Country of originChina
Hong Kong
Original language(s)Mandarin
Cantonese
No. of episodes45 (China version)
40 (Hong Kong version)
Production
Producer(s)Zhang Huaiqiang
Duan Weiming
Production location(s)China
Hong Kong
CinematographyMeng Mingxin
Editor(s)Wang Yun
Running time45 minutes per episode
Production company(s)Ciwen Pictures
Beijing Fuyuan Film Culture
Release
First shown in2005

The Proud Twins is a Chinese-Hong Kong television series directed by Wong Jing, starring Dicky Cheung, Nicholas Tse, Fan Bingbing, and Yuan Quan. The series is adapted from Gu Long's novel Juedai Shuangjiao. It was first broadcast in 2005 in mainland China.

Cast[edit]

  • Dicky Cheung as Xiaoyu'er
  • Nicholas Tse as Hua Wuque
  • Fan Bingbing as Tie Xinlan
  • Yuan Quan as Su Ying
  • Bo Xue as Murong Xian
  • Elvis Tsui as E Tongtian
  • Yang Xue as Jiang Yuyan
  • Liu Yiwei as Hongye
  • Zhang Jizhong as Old Hongye
  • Wu Qingzhe as Yan Nantian
  • Raymond Wong Ho-yin as Jiang Feng
  • Sun Feifei as Hua Yuenu
  • Wang Bozhao as Jiang Biehe
  • Yumiko Cheng as Jiang Yufeng
  • Kong Lin as Yaoyue
  • Ni Jingyang as Lianxing
  • Li Guohua as Liu Xi
  • Zhang Shuangli as Chang Baicao
  • Liu Hongmei as Su Rushi
  • Wei Hua as Hua Xingnu
  • Zhao Xiaorui as Murong Wudi
  • Zhu Yan as Murong Shu
  • Celest Chong as Princess Taka
  • Cheng Sihan as Li Dazui
  • Sun Jiaolong as Du Sha
  • Sui Yongqing as Tu Jiaojiao
  • Bai Yu as Yin Jiuyou
  • Haha as Haha'er
  • Yang Xiaoyang as Mrs Jiang
  • Adam Chen as Murong Zhong
  • Xu Min as Murong Zheng
  • Li Zhenqi as Tie Ruyun
  • Zhang Jianguo as Wushou
  • Zhang Guoqing as Wujiao
  • Wang Hanwen as Tantian
  • Ye Jing as Shuodi
  • Zhang Jin as Xiaoxiao
  • Sheng Jingyan as Si Qin

Broadcasts[edit]

Region Network Dates Timings
Mainland China 2005
Taiwan Gala Television 2005
Hong Kong ATV 8 August - 30 September 2005 22:00 - 23:00 on weekdays

Alternate theme songs[edit]

  • Libie Jiu (離別酒), the opening theme song of the Taiwanese release, performed by Jang Ho-cheol.
  • Mei Name Ai Ta (沒那麼愛他), the ending theme song of the Taiwanese release, performed by Christine Fan.

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