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[CDrama] Duke Of Mount Deer (2007)

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[CDrama] Duke Of Mount Deer (2007)

Post by Kira_84 » Mar 17th, '07, 05:53

Havent seen this series being posted... so yea here it is :D

From the author of LOCH and ROCH Jing Yong's last novel titled The deer and the cauldron will be released soon (sometimes within the next 6-8month). I think they almost finish shooting it.

Main star is Huang xiao ming (the guy that played Yang guo in ROCH 2006)

Here are links which are r related to series:
http://ent.sina.com.cn/f/zhjzhldj/
(mostly interviews and are all in chinese:S)
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_q ... rch=Search
(Browse through it some of the clips are related to previous/older versions)

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Post by khmai_kandi22 » Mar 23rd, '07, 02:04

I saw all the cast for this series and I'm quite dismay with the female casts for playing all the wives of Huang xiao ming. They aren't all that pretty lolz.

Haha I know I can't judge them by their faces, we'll see how the series is actually is. I bet it'll be a funny one since Huang xiao ming is starring in it. :P

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Post by abcd99 » Mar 23rd, '07, 02:24

Jiang Hu group is going to sub this drama.

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Post by Ueda Jiro » Mar 23rd, '07, 04:20

khmai_kandi22 wrote:I saw all the cast for this series and I'm quite dismay with the female casts for playing all the wives of Huang xiao ming. They aren't all that pretty lolz.

Haha I know I can't judge them by their faces, we'll see how the series is actually is. I bet it'll be a funny one since Huang xiao ming is starring in it. :P
I feel pretty much the same. Among the wives, the only one I like is Cherrie Ying.

However, a good cast doesn't guarantee a good drama. Just look at the previous installment of Duke of Mount Deer with Dicky Cheung. :whistling:

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Post by vancoland » Mar 23rd, '07, 23:04

lolz...sorry you didn't like it Ueda, Duke of Mount Deer 2000 is one of my favorite series...I watched it so many times now. Ruby Lin....yummmm

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Post by Ueda Jiro » Mar 24th, '07, 04:42

vancoland wrote:lolz...sorry you didn't like it Ueda, Duke of Mount Deer 2000 is one of my favorite series...I watched it so many times now. Ruby Lin....yummmm
It started off very good but it became really lame from mid to finish. Their budget is also very low. The only decent fighting scenes are in the first episode with Ekin Cheng. Well, I prefer Jordan Chan's version and of course, the Tony Leung/Andy Lau version which is the best. I also find Jordan Chan's version to be funnier. At least he kills his adversaries due to luck or through devious means. lol

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Post by wuji33 » Jun 17th, '07, 00:14

my mom prefer andy lau version, but i liked jordan chan's.. funnier for my review.. looking forward to this after finished bi xue jian and da qi.

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Post by lexuos2006 » Aug 7th, '07, 17:19

i liked all of them although the jordan chan version was a bit boring altogether

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Post by eighteen » Nov 4th, '07, 04:49

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Post by eighteen » Nov 4th, '07, 10:28

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Post by eighteen » Nov 4th, '07, 11:55

:lol
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Post by eighteen » Nov 4th, '07, 12:04

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Post by eighteen » Nov 4th, '07, 12:16

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Post by vancoland » Nov 5th, '07, 06:14

seriously...is that the same ao bai from Duke of Mount Deer 2000...lolz, this is gonna be funny.

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Post by aimlesswanderer » Nov 8th, '07, 06:10

Can't they make a new, original 'historical' series instead of recycling everything? There is way too much regurgitating going on. They need to take heed of the Koreans and their recent 'historical' series.

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Post by Pingu4u2 » Nov 8th, '07, 20:03

aimlesswanderer wrote:Can't they make a new, original 'historical' series instead of recycling everything? There is way too much regurgitating going on. They need to take heed of the Koreans and their recent 'historical' series.
Oh my gosh, you say exactly how I feel! Recently, they've just been remaking every single popular Jin Yong series, instead of trying new ground. How many versions of Heaven Sword Dragon Sabre, Legend of the Condor Heroes, Return of the Condor Heroes, and Duke of Mt. Deer have there been?! Why haven't I seen a new version of Ode to Gallantry (Xia Ke Xing) yet? And when they did Bi Xue Jian, they got much better publicity because they did one that hadn't been done 1 billion times. *Sigh* I feel like they're just trying to cash in to Jin Yong's famous series by remaking the popular ones everyone would watch anyways, even if it they didn't do as good a job.

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Post by aimlesswanderer » Nov 21st, '07, 04:55

Pingu4u2 wrote:
aimlesswanderer wrote:Can't they make a new, original 'historical' series instead of recycling everything? There is way too much regurgitating going on. They need to take heed of the Koreans and their recent 'historical' series.
Oh my gosh, you say exactly how I feel! Recently, they've just been remaking every single popular Jin Yong series, instead of trying new ground. How many versions of Heaven Sword Dragon Sabre, Legend of the Condor Heroes, Return of the Condor Heroes, and Duke of Mt. Deer have there been?! Why haven't I seen a new version of Ode to Gallantry (Xia Ke Xing) yet? And when they did Bi Xue Jian, they got much better publicity because they did one that hadn't been done 1 billion times. *Sigh* I feel like they're just trying to cash in to Jin Yong's famous series by remaking the popular ones everyone would watch anyways, even if it they didn't do as good a job.
Yes, it'd be great if they could find NEW things to make series about. China has such a rich history, there must be plenty of interesting people or areas out there.

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Post by Airhead » Dec 15th, '07, 00:52

aimlesswanderer wrote:...
Yes, it'd be great if they could find NEW things to make series about. China has such a rich history, there must be plenty of interesting people or areas out there.
hmm ... i like the pics postet before ... the cast looks nicer than expected from their RL pix

i don't mind the x'th version of the same story ... if you want alternatives .... take a look at what you can get @ murimzizon's CB

the only thing that's rare are english subs :mrgreen:

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Post by vancoland » Dec 16th, '07, 05:36

Airhead wrote:
aimlesswanderer wrote:...
Yes, it'd be great if they could find NEW things to make series about. China has such a rich history, there must be plenty of interesting people or areas out there.
hmm ... i like the pics postet before ... the cast looks nicer than expected from their RL pix

i don't mind the x'th version of the same story ... if you want alternatives .... take a look at what you can get @ murimzizon's CB

the only thing that's rare are english subs :mrgreen:

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Exactly...I don't know why all these people are complaining they keep remaking stuff...Chinese series are aplenty...maybe go to a video store once in a while. I see tons of them around, and the complaint should be "I don't have enough time to watch all of them."

And I like the remakes...apparently other people do too...that's why they keep remaking it, theres profit to be made.

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Post by madesoda » Feb 20th, '08, 20:18

its being released very soon!!! who is subbing this!! lets do it


http://us.yesasia.com/en/PrdDept.aspx/c ... 010671243/

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Post by koua_xiong » Apr 28th, '08, 04:12

anyone have the opening or know where i can see the opening to this new one??

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Post by abcd99 » Apr 28th, '08, 12:12

It's not released yet. Don't hold your breath.

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Post by Ueda Jiro » Apr 28th, '08, 17:55

Anyone holding his breath must have suffocated by now. :lol

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Post by aznwu123 » May 7th, '08, 23:07

o why is it nvr in cantonese but mandarin instead X( sigh damnit always making me for wait for a series that i like just cuz mandarin is more widely used and the national language >.< yes....i will wait :)

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Post by macross » May 10th, '08, 18:52

Peeps told me it's out on DVD already, as of yesterday.

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Post by koua_xiong » May 11th, '08, 01:08

yeah isn't this out on DVD already it's in yesasia..

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Post by vancoland » May 23rd, '08, 22:48

Anybody else laugh their ass off when Xiao Bao first met the princess?...lolz, shes hilarious. I like Shu Chang's acting in DOMD, she did the loony side of Jian Ning really good. I'm still a diehard Ruby Lin fan though, Ruby as the princess is the best it can get.

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Post by vancoland » Jun 3rd, '08, 23:14

I just discovered Shu Chang, bout to go get all her movies and binge. She's funny as hell in Lu Ding Ji

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Post by yanie » Jun 10th, '08, 04:27

I agree abt Shu Chang as Jian Ning, she's so funny! I heard the princess in the book is the least likable wife, I can see that in Tony Leung's DOMD84, I didn't like the princess there, either.

But I find ShuChang's portrayal is quite likable :thumright: I'm not sure whether its the right portrayal or not, though, since I never read the book.

Watching to Ep25. It's more exciting and funny than I thought, although nothing really blow me away, like Bi Xue Jian did^^ ...yet.

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Post by idarklight » Jun 11th, '08, 04:54

aimlesswanderer wrote:Can't they make a new, original 'historical' series instead of recycling everything? There is way too much regurgitating going on. They need to take heed of the Koreans and their recent 'historical' series.
What? Korean dramas all have the same plotline, just different actors and settings. I haven't seen one that diverts from the general plotline yet.
There are a lot of good new ones, like the Emperor series and Han Wu Da Di. There's also "Da Zhai Men," "Da Ran Fang," etc. They're just a bit more series and not as popular among the younger crowd.

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Post by non-telepathic wanderer » Jun 15th, '08, 19:49

Duke of Mount Deer (Royal Tramp) 2008 Opening Song:




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Royal Tramp (2008) (DVD) (End) (English Subtitled) (US Version)
This product is expected to release on July 7, 2008.
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Post by auroragb » Jun 16th, '08, 19:55

idarklight wrote:
aimlesswanderer wrote:Can't they make a new, original 'historical' series instead of recycling everything? There is way too much regurgitating going on. They need to take heed of the Koreans and their recent 'historical' series.
What? Korean dramas all have the same plotline, just different actors and settings. I haven't seen one that diverts from the general plotline yet.
There are a lot of good new ones, like the Emperor series and Han Wu Da Di. There's also "Da Zhai Men," "Da Ran Fang," etc. They're just a bit more series and not as popular among the younger crowd.
Indeed, even in the realm of wuxia fantasy, there are very many series. However, the only ones that get recognized are Gu Long / Jin Yong adaptations.

Although, given the quality of the productions, it is just as well that only the major adaptations are seen. There is simply so MUCH crap. Based on the rate of new series I see at the video store, there is over 400 series made a year. Gu Zhuang (historical costume) dramas cover 20% of them (it's fewer because of general costume cost). There is a massive amount of modern cop/military drama (20%) 10% modern political drama. 20% modern romances/relationship. 20% period romance relationship dramas (largely set in early 20th century or Ching Dynasty).

^ above numbers are my anecdotal numbers, so treat it like normal internet stats

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Post by Riea » Jul 1st, '08, 17:45

/rant on :cussing:

Most of the time people want exciting wuxia fight scenes and not so much political drama. Unfortunately for those people, the huge number of historical dramas try to be very realistic and thus turns off most mainstream audiences.

Also, so called "idols" always end up doing the popular gulong, jinyong stuff and never really touch the others. Most people will simply watch a series because it has people they know and will defend a series to the ends of time because someone they liked was in it regardless of how horrible it is. So when you see a bunch of older men sitting around talking about going to war with another dynasty, chances are, you really won't care who wins or loses because you don't know or care for any of them.

Therefore the common tactic of these "popular" production companies is to fill a series with as many well known people as possible and hope it sells, look at the newest flying fox from wong jing for an example (sorry to those who actually liked it). It was filled with modern celebs most of which didn't fit their roles, and with the what 300 million? (I forget exactly what was toted) budget, the special effects were horrid and the story and scenes were a total mess. While I expect nonsensical trash to be churned out by the tvb milking machine... I expected somewhat better from a bunch of movie producers with that kind of budget..

and yes.. I'm bored...

/rant off. :salut:

sorry to those who actually like tvb stuff, but I can pick out huge plot holes and mistakes in just about every series along with their identical plots...

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Post by vancoland » Jul 2nd, '08, 21:21

non-telepathic wanderer wrote:Duke of Mount Deer (Royal Tramp) 2008 Opening Song:


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That is not the opening song. Did you watch the series??

The Opening song to Lu Ding Ji I think fits it very well. Its also a very nice song and to me makes a series with a good OST even better to watch.

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Post by koua_xiong » Jul 9th, '08, 05:20

anyone notice that ao bai think that's how you spell it is play by the same guy in 2000 verison and stephen chow movie verison and in this one too same dude .. :D

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Post by idarklight » Jul 16th, '08, 03:28

Riea wrote:/rant on :cussing:

Most of the time people want exciting wuxia fight scenes and not so much political drama. Unfortunately for those people, the huge number of historical dramas try to be very realistic and thus turns off most mainstream audiences.

Also, so called "idols" always end up doing the popular gulong, jinyong stuff and never really touch the others. Most people will simply watch a series because it has people they know and will defend a series to the ends of time because someone they liked was in it regardless of how horrible it is. So when you see a bunch of older men sitting around talking about going to war with another dynasty, chances are, you really won't care who wins or loses because you don't know or care for any of them.

Therefore the common tactic of these "popular" production companies is to fill a series with as many well known people as possible and hope it sells, look at the newest flying fox from wong jing for an example (sorry to those who actually liked it). It was filled with modern celebs most of which didn't fit their roles, and with the what 300 million? (I forget exactly what was toted) budget, the special effects were horrid and the story and scenes were a total mess. While I expect nonsensical trash to be churned out by the tvb milking machine... I expected somewhat better from a bunch of movie producers with that kind of budget..

and yes.. I'm bored...

/rant off. :salut:

sorry to those who actually like tvb stuff, but I can pick out huge plot holes and mistakes in just about every series along with their identical plots...
I agree...I'm a sucker for historical dramas with old men in them...a lot of them are actually really good.
Isn't the Flying Fox one by Tang Ren(production company)? If so, then no duh. They change all their scripts to make them idol dramas (see LoCH 08 for perfect example).

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Post by jux_me » Aug 6th, '08, 18:57

Watch the whole series. Really like it but the censorship committee kill some of the scenes. Not so good because I get confuse on some scene. Like when Wai Sui Bo and the princess was mingling with each other. And also when Wai Sui Bo was at the Border of Russia. One minute, he's with that Russian girl .. the next .. he is in the palace. Hope they come out with a UNCUT version to this.

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Post by AzNrEcCa1 » Aug 6th, '08, 19:40

how does this series compare to the other versions? is the story good? I keep hearing bout duke of mount deer but havent seen it cuz i dont know which adaptation to watch

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Post by jux_me » Aug 7th, '08, 08:15

AzNrEcCa1 wrote:how does this series compare to the other versions? is the story good? I keep hearing bout duke of mount deer but havent seen it cuz i dont know which adaptation to watch
The casting was great. The series itself was good .. it would of been better if they show more of Wai Sui Bo and his wife .. also his mom. Btw, I don't think she know he was a High Ranking official.

As for the other series...Dicky Chung version (2000) the cast was great ... the series was funny and the stories was so and so.

Jordan Chan version (1998) .. I didn't watch .. no english subtitles :(

Tony Leung version (1984 or 1986?) .. classic series so didnt expect much. It was good tho. I like Tony Leung and Andy Lau. Great cast and acting.

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Post by Arch_Drama » Aug 18th, '08, 17:14

I personally love the cast for all Duke of Deer Mount versions. I just cant get enough of Jin Yong novels. :cheers:

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Post by BozoBear » Sep 11th, '08, 18:06

heh,i just finished all 50 episodes.
I've heard from another website that there are like 700+ cuts in the drama,and the director will not release the uncuts.

Is it just me,or did'nt i see the "Shui xi" or water show.. where all the wifes and xiao bao together D: hohoho

around 2:30mins into the video

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Post by Cdrama_Addicted » Nov 9th, '08, 22:48

SHU CHANG SHU CHANG!!!!!!!! ROCK ON GIRL!!!!!!!!

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