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Two Most Honorable Knights

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Two Most Honorable Knights

Two Most Honorable Knights
VCD cover art
Also known as Chut Tai Sheung Kiu
Genre Wuxia, adventure, romance
Written by Gu Long (original story)
Starring Tony Leung
Hugo Ng
Opening theme Yuen Nei Chi Ngo Sum (願你知我心) performed by Tony Leung
Ending theme Ching See Hin Ngo Sum (情絲牽我心) performed by Tony Leung
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 42 minutes per episode
Original channel TVB
Original airing 1988

Two Most Honorable Knights is a Hong Kong television series adapted from Gu Long's novel Juedai Shuangjiao. The series was first aired on TVB in Hong Kong in 1988.


Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Tony Leung as Siu-yu-yee (Kong Siu-yu)
  • Hugo Ng as Fa Mo-kuet
  • Kitty Lai as Tit Sum-lan
  • Shallin Tse as So Ying
  • Maggie Chan as Yiu-yuet
  • Michael Miu as Kong Fung
  • Elliot Ngok as Yin Nam-tin
  • Eddie Kwan as Kong Yuk-long
  • Yeung Chak-lam as Kong Pit-hok
  • Jamie Chik as Fa Yuet-no
  • Sandra Ng as Third Lady
  • Lau May-kuen as Cheung Ching
  • Wong Wan-choi as Ngai Mo-nga
  • Law Lan as Granny Fa

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • review on

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