Limitless Cinema in Broken English

January 23, 2009


Filed under: Uncategorized — celinejulie @ 11:42 pm

I just found out that many opening titles of my favorite Hong Kong TV series had been uploaded into Youtube by ARM 193. You can watch his channel at

These are the title clips of my favorite Hong Kong TV series:

1.THE BLACK SABRE จอมดาบหิมะแดง (1989, A+++++++++++++++)

2.THE GRAND CANAL ศึกลำน้ำเลือด (1987, A+++++++++++++++) starring Tony Leung Chiu Wai

3.THE NEW HEAVEN SWORD & THE DRAGON SABRE ดาบมังกรหยก (1986, A++++++++++) starring Tony Leung Chiu Wai

4.THE RETURN OF THE CONDOR HEROES มังกรหยก 4 (1983, A++++++++++) starring Andy Lau

5.THE LAMP LORE โคมวิเศษเจ้าแม่หัวซาน (1986, A++++++++++) starring Simon Yam

6.THE RETURN OF LUK SIU PHUNG เล็กเซียวหงส์ (1986, A+++++)

7.THE DEMI-GOD & SEMI-DEVILS แปดเทพอสูรมังกรฟ้า (1982, A+++++)

8.REINCARNATED กระบี่ไร้เทียมทาน (1978, A+)

DRAGON STRIKES (It is the sequel of REINCARNATED) ยอดยุทธจักรมังกรฟ้า (1979, A+)

9.TWO MOST HONORABLE KNIGHTS เดชเซียวฮื่อยี้ (1988, A+) starring Tony Leung Chiu Wai

10.THE SAGA OF THE LOST KINGDOM อิทธิฤทธิ์เจ้ายุทธภพ (1988, A+)

–I like the theme song of this TV series very much:
GOD OF SABRE ฤทธิ์ดาบวงพระจันทร์ (1979)


1 Comment »

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    (Sui dynasty). This led to a series of gigantic
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    Comment by grand canal — January 7, 2016 @ 9:26 am

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