Chor Lau-heung (1995 TV series)

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Chor Lau-heung
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Traditional 香帥傳奇
Simplified 香帅传奇
Mandarin Xiāngshuài Chuánqí
LiterallyThe Legend of Xiangshuai
Genre Wuxia
Based on Chu Liuxiang Series
by Gu Long
Directed byFan Siu-ming
Starring Adam Cheng
Theme music composerTso Hung-yuen
Chang You-chi
Opening themeTian Da Di Da (天大地大) performed by Adam Cheng
Ending themeXin Shui Diao Ge Tou (新水調歌頭) performed by Ye Fan
Country of originTaiwan
Original language(s)Mandarin
No. of episodes44 (Taiwanese version)
50 (Chinese version)
40 (Hong Kong version)
Production
Producer(s)Cao Jingde
Running time45 minutes per episode
Release
Original network TTV
Original release3 April 1995 (1995-04-03)

Chor Lau-heung is a Taiwanese television series adapted from Gu Long's Chu Liuxiang novel series. The story is a new creation by the screenwriters and has little relevance to the original novels. Adam Cheng starred as the titular protagonist, Chor Lau-heung (Cantonese for "Chu Liuxiang"). The series was first broadcast on TTV in Taiwan on 3 April 1995.

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