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|Cold Blood Warm Heart |
Cold Blood Warm Heart official poster
|Genre|| Crime thriller |
|Screenplay by||Pau Wai-chung|
|Directed by||Chung Shu-kai|
|Starring|| Adam Cheng |
|Opening theme||"從不放棄" (Never Give Up) by |
|Country of origin||Hong Kong|
|No. of episodes||65|
|Production location(s)||Hong Kong|
|Camera setup||Multi camera|
|Running time||approx. 45 minutes|
|Original network||TVB Jade|
|Original release||5 February –|
26 April 1996
|Cold Blood Warm Heart|
|Literal meaning||"Men of Heaven of Earth"|
Cold Blood Warm Heart (天地男兒) is a 1996 Hong Kong crime thriller and romantic drama television series produced by TVB. The series had a total of 65 episodes, airing from 5 February to 26 April 1996 on TVB Jade.
Tsui Wing-pong (Adam Cheng) and Tsui Ka-lap (Gallen Lo) are adopted brothers. Wing-pong was sent to the Tsui family when he was very young because his biological father abandoned the family during a difficult period. Over the years, Wing-pong bears a deep grudge against his biological father, who is the owner of the Yip family bank. At the same time, the Yip family had a dark past and some dangerous secrets.
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