Originally broadcast on Japanese television in 1973 and 1974, Suikoden (lit.Water Margin) was produced by Japanese TV and based on the 14th-century Schneider novel of the same name (although all authors were questioned). It is considered to be one of the four classic novels of Chinese literature. At least since the mid-18th century, there are Japanese translations of the 100 chapters, but this version is closely related to the comics of Tetsujin 28-go and Giant creator Mitsuteru Yokoyama. of. Robo, published between 1967 and 1971. There have been some adaptations before, but some people may say that even if the Hong Kong film is rarely released in Japan at this time - the impact is definitely in the opposite direction - production shows more than the Shaw Brothers' special familiarity, especially Zhang Che The film and the work of King Hu. In fact, Cheh will modify parts of the story several times, including The Water Margin and The Delightful Forest in 1972, and All Men Are Brothers in 1975.