The Warrior’s Marriage
- ScreenwriterSo Yung
Wah Wan-lung (Hua Yunlong), a general of Zhu Yuanzhang(the founding monarch of Ming Dynasty), kills Zhang Shicheng’s eldest son Zhang Ren and forces Hu Lan to accompany him to Wucheng state, where Wan-lung identifies himself as Ren so as to cheat Chan Yau-leung (Chen Youliang) to marry him his daughter, Princess Nganping (Yinping). He succeeds after responding wittily to Cheung Ting-bin’s (Zhang Dingbian’s) questions.
Wan-lung is reprimanded by his sister Wan-fung (Yunfeng) because of his indulgence in the newly-wed life. He then has a drink with Nganping at the backyard and persuades her to urge Yau-leung to join forces with Zhu at Lishan. Yau-leung is killed in an ambush at Lishan and the Princess vows to kill Wan-lung to avenge her father. When Nganping leads the army to the city, the guilt-ridden Wan-leung surrenders himself to her hands.
Having been wounded by Wan-fung, Nganping flees to a shabby temple, and Wan-lung comes to help. Tingbin rushes there to kill Wan-lung. Fortunately, Lau Pak-wan (Liu Bowen) and Hu Lan arrive and disclose how Youliang kills the King of Northern Han, seizes his throne and his concubine, and even adopts his posthumous child as his own daughter. Nganping then knows that Wan-lung actually helps kill her enemy. Finally, the lovers settle all the grudges.