State of Divinity (1996 TV series)

State of Divinity is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Smiling, Proud Wanderer. It was first broadcast on TVB in Hong Kong in 1996.

State of Divinity
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Poster
Also known asThe Smiling, Proud Wanderer
Chinese笑傲江湖
MandarinXiào Ào Jiāng Hú
CantoneseSiu3 Ngou6 Gong1 Wu4
GenreWuxia
Based onThe Smiling, Proud Wanderer
by Louis Cha
Screenplay byWong Kwok-fai
Chiu Ching-yung
Ng Kim-wah
Leung Yan-tung
Tong Kin-ping
Wong May-seung
Directed byLau Kwok-ho
Kwong Kam-wang
Ho Shu-pui
Chan Seung-kuen
Koon Kwok-wai
Yuen Ying-ming
StarringJacky Lui
Fiona Leung
Timmy Ho
Cherie Chan
Opening themeWut Tak Siu Sa (活得瀟灑) performed by Alan Tam and Priscilla Chan
ComposerChoi Kok-kuen
Country of originHong Kong
Original languageCantonese
No. of episodes40 (Hong Kong version)
43 (overseas version)
Production
Executive producerLee Tim-shing
Production locationHong Kong
Running time40 minutes per episode
Production companyTVB
Release
Original networkTVB
Original release24 June (1996-06-24) –
16 August 1996 (1996-08-16)

CastEdit

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Jackie Lui as Ling-wu Chung
  • Fiona Leung as Yam Ying-ying
  • Timmy Ho as Lam Ping-chi
  • Cherie Chan as Ngok Ling-san
  • He Meitian as Yee-lam
  • Wong Wai as Ngok Bat-kwan
  • Lily Li as Ning Chung-chak
  • Pau Fong as Fung Ching-yeung
  • Law Lok-lam as Yam Ngor-hang
  • Henry Lo as Dong-fong Bat-bai
  • Lau Kong as Heung Man-tin
  • Sue Tam as Lam Fung-wong
  • Kwan Ching as Yu Chong-hoi
  • Chan Hung-lit as Tso Lang-sim
  • Tam Yat-ching as Tin-mun
  • Suen Kwai-hing as Mok Dai
  • Cheng Lui as Muk Ko-fung
  • Cheung Ying-choi as Fong-ching
  • Tam Chuen-hing as Chung-hui
  • Wah Chung-nam as Monk Bat-kei
  • Alice Fung as Nga Por-por
  • Cheng Bak-lun as Tin Bak-kwong
  • Chan Chi-hung as Wong Yuen-ba
  • Law Lan as Ting-yat
  • Leung Bo-ching as Ting-ching
  • Leung Shun-yin as Ting-man
  • Cheng Siu-ping as Yee-wo
  • Wan Seung-yin as Yee-ching
  • Leung Suet-may as Yee-yuk
  • Wayne Lai as Lau Ching-fung
  • Newton Lai as Kuk Yeung
  • Law Kwok-wai as Lut Chuk-yung
  • Chan Tik-hak as Tung Bak-hung
  • Leila Tong as Kuk Fei-yin
  • Chan Chung-kin as Wong Chung-kung
  • Leung Yam-kei as Hak Bat-chi
  • Lee Lung-kei as Tok Bat-yung
  • Kwong Chor-fai as Dam Ching-sang
  • Chan Wing-chun as Lo Tak-lok
  • Tang Yu-chiu as Leung Fat
  • Lee Ka-keung as Luk Dai-yau
  • Kong Ming-fai as Ying Bak-law
  • Cho Kai as Fung Bat-ping
  • Sit Chun-kei as Sing-bat-yau
  • Chu Tit-wo as Lam Tsan-nam
  • Wong Hoi-sam as Lam Tsan-nam's wife
  • Leung Siu-tik as Ting-min
  • Fong Kit as Luk Bak
  • Cheung Hon-ban as Fai Ban
  • Lee Hoi-sang as Chung Chan
  • Mak Tsi-wan as Tik-yau
  • Lau Siu-kwan as Yu Yan-yin
  • Chan Min-leung as Ka Yan-kwai
  • Wong Wai-tak as How Yan-ying
  • Kwok Chuk-wah as Hung Yan-hung
  • Mak Ka-lun as Yu Yan-ho
  • Wong Kai-tak as Law Yan-kit
  • Cheung Hung-cheung as Tin-chung
  • Leung Ming-wah as Tin-chung
  • Lui Kim-kwong as Yuk-kai-tsi
  • Koi Ngok as Yuk-mo-tsi
  • Shek Wan as Yuk-yam-tsi
  • Ho Pik-kin as Fong-sang

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