The Book and the Sword (1992 TV series)

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The Book and the Sword
The Book and the Sword (CTS).jpg
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Traditional 書劍恩仇錄
Simplified 书剑恩仇录
Mandarin Shū Jiàn Ēn Chóu Lù
Genre Wuxia
Based on The Book and the Sword
by Louis Cha
Screenplay byZhang Xinyi
Lin Zengying
Directed byKuk Kwok Leung
Huang Zuquan
Wu Kaihui
Starring Kenny Ho
Leanne Liu
Fu Chuan
Shen Meng-sheng
Theme music composerChen Dali
Chen Xiunan
Opening themeWuhui Wuhan (無悔無憾) performed by Dave Wang
Ending themeLaishi Xiangshou (來世相守) performed by Pan Yueyun
Composer(s)Xi Yulong
Country of originTaiwan
Original language(s)Mandarin
No. of episodes48
Production
Producer(s)Lin Bochuan
Liu Canrong
Production location(s)Taiwan
CinematographyYe Mingchong
Shao Qinghui
Editor(s)Yang Ting-Ting
Camera setupWang Baoqi
Ma Zhongqiang
Wu Zaisheng
Running time45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) CTS
Release
Original networkCTS
Original release21 October (1992-10-21) 
25 December 1992 (1992-12-25)

The Book and the Sword is a Taiwanese television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel of the same title. The series was first broadcast on CTS in Taiwan in 1992.

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