The Smiling, Proud Wanderer (1984 TV series)

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The Smiling, Proud Wanderer
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Also known as 'State of Divinity'
Genre Wuxia
Based on The Smiling, Proud Wanderer
by Louis Cha
Screenplay by Cheung Ngai-sing
Kwan Chin-pok
Wong Ka-wai
Leung Chi-ming
Ng Ho
Directed by Clarence Fok
Lau Tin-fu
Yu Hoi-wing
Tam Long-cheung
Starring Chow Yun-fat
Rebecca Chan
Opening theme Siu Ngo Kong Woo (笑傲江湖) performed by Johnny Yip and Frances Yip
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 18
Production
Producer(s) Lee Ding-lun
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 40 minutes per episode
Production company(s) TVB
Release
Original network TVB Jade
First shown in 2 April – 11 May 1984
The Smiling, Proud Wanderer
Chinese 笑傲江湖

The Smiling, Proud Wanderer is a Hong Kong wuxia television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel of the same title, starring Chow Yun-fat and Rebecca Chan. It was first broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong from in 1984.

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Chow Yun-fat as Ling-wu Chung
  • Rebecca Chan as Yam Ying-ying
  • Jaime Chik as Ngok Ling-san
  • Kenneth Tsang as Ngok But-kwan
  • Stephen Tung as Lam Ping-chi
  • Bak Yan as Ning Chung-chak
  • Kong Ngai as Dong-fong Bat-bai
  • Lau Siu-ming as Yam Ngor-hang
  • Lau Kong as Fung Ching-yeung
  • Lau Dan as Tin Bak-kwong
  • Isabella Wong as Yee-lam
  • Yeung Chak-lam as Tso Lang-sim
  • Chan Fuk-sang as Lam Fung-wong
  • Kwan Hoi-san as Lam Chan-nam
  • Nam Hong as Lam Chan-nam's wife
  • Simon Yam as Lau Ching-fung
  • Ma Chung-tak as Heung Man-tin
  • Felix Lok as Yu Chong-hoi
  • Andy Doi as Lo Duk-lok
  • Shih Kien as Wong Yuen-ba
  • Bonnie Wong as Ding-yik
  • Soh Hang-suen as Ding-yin
  • Pui Wan as Ding-ching
  • Bak Man-biu as Fong-ching
  • Yu Tze-ming as Chung-heoi
  • Chun Wong as Muk Ko-fung
  • Cheng Siu-ping as Mute Granny
  • Tam Chuen-hing as Yeung Lin-ting
  • Kam Kwok-wai as Kuk Yeung
  • Law Kwok-wai as Ping Yat-chi
  • Yip Tin-hang as Monk Bat-kei
  • Chu Siu-bo as Kuk Fei-yin
  • Lau Kwok-shing as Luk-juk-yung
  • Oscar Lam as Cheung-ching-tze
  • Ng Yip-kwong as Tin-mun
  • Ko Hung as Mok Dai
  • Ng Man-tat as Wong Chung-gung
  • Lam Man-wai as Hak-bak-tze
  • Mak Ho-wai as Tou-bat-yung
  • Tsui Kwong-lam as Dan-ching-sang
  • Sandra Ng as Cousin Kwan
  • Bobby Tsang as Luk Dai-yau
  • Chu Kong as Lou-tau-tze
  • Kwok Fung as Tso Chin-chau
  • Lo Kwok-wai as Gai Mo-sze
  • Eddie Kwan as Heung Dai-nin
  • Sean Lau as Mai Wai-yi
  • Bobby Au-yeung as Yu Chong-hoi's son
  • Lawrence Ng as Lau Ching-fung's son
  • Kiki Sheung as Lau Ching-fung's daughter
  • Wong Chung-tze as Wong Ka-chun
  • Wilson Lam as Wong Ka-keoi
  • Ho Bik-kin as Master Yik
  • Albert Law as Lam Yuen-to
  • Kwan Ching as Ngok So
  • Wong Yat-fei as Choi Tze-fung
  • Chu Tit-wo as Sheung-koon Wun
  • Lam Tin as Tung Bak-hung
  • Ho Kwong-lun, Long Tin-sang, Chan Kwok-kuen, Chan Dik-hak, Chun Hung and Cheng Fan-sang as the Six Immortals of the Peach Valley

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