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Kung fu. The complete first season

Author: Ed SpielmanHerman MillerRon BishopGene L CoonPaul F EdwardsAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2004] ©2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English : Widescreen versionView all editions and formats
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Kwai Chang Caine is a Shoalin Monk who is on the run after he killed the Chinese Emporer's nephew. The nephew had killed Caine's teacher in cold blood with a gun like a coward. Caine flees to America both to escape retaliation and to search for his brother in order to settle down in this new land. However, he can not help but to continually run into trouble from gun fighters and others as they oppress the innocent,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Martial arts television programs
Western television programs
Fiction television programs
Television series
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ed Spielman; Herman Miller; Ron Bishop; Gene L Coon; Paul F Edwards; Howard Friedlander; John Furia, Jr.; William Kelley; Robert Lewin; Herb Meadow; David Moessinger; Ed Waters; Halsted Welles; A Martin Zweiback; John Badham; Robert Butler; Walter A Doniger; Charles Dubin; Richard Lang; Allen Reisner; Jerry Thorpe; Jim Helms; David Carradine; Philip Ahn; Keye Luke; Radames Pera; Norm Alden; John Anderson; Larry Bishop; Wendell Burton; John Carradine; Robert Carradine; Royal Dano; Robert Donner; John Doucette; Andrew Duggan; Dana Elcar; Jodie Foster; Clu Gulager; Richard Hatch; Dean Jagger; Roy Jenson; L Q Jones; Geoffrey Lewis; Lara Parker; Ford Rainey; Albert Salmi; Fred Sadoff; John Saxon; William Schallert; Barry Sullivan; Kenneth Tobey; Charles Tyner; Morgan Woodward; Warner Bros. Television,; Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 1419855573 9781419855573 0790776189 9780790776187
OCLC Number: 471534369
Language Note: English dialogue with optional English, French and Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
Notes: Originally broadcast as episodes of Kung Fu in the 1972-73 television season. Set contains the 90 minute pilot episode and all 15 episodes of the first season.
Special features: Disc 1, side A. "From Grasshopper to Caine: Creating Kung Fu" featurette. Disc 1, side B. "The Tao of Caine: Production and Beyond" featurette.
Credits: Directors of photography, Richard L. Rawlings, Chuck Arnold, Fred J. Koenekamp ; art director, Eugene Lourie ; editors, John C. Horger, Carroll Sax ; music composer, Jim Helms ; wardrobe, Ray Philps ; set decorator, Ralph Hurst.
Cast: David Carradine, Philip Ahn, Keye Luke, Radames Pera ; guest stars, Barry Sullivan, Albert Salmi, Brandon Cruz, Lara Parker, John Saxon, John Carradine, Robert Carradine, Dean Jagger, Clu Galager, John Anderson, L.Q. Jones, Andrew Duggan, Robert Donner, John Doucette, Dana Elcar, Royal Dano, Morgan Woodward, Richard Lawrence Hatch, Wendell Burton, Norman Alden, Don Knight, William Schallert, Jodie Foster, Charles Tyner, Kenneth Tobey, Geoffrey Lewis, Larry Bishop, Fred Sadoff, Ford Rainey, Roy Jenson.
Description: 3 videodiscs (780 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; Widescreen presentation; Dolby digital 1.0; two sided discs.
Contents: Disc 1. Pilot / teleplay by Ed Spielman, Howard Friedlander ; story by Ed Spielman ; directed by Jerry Thorpe --
King of the mountain / written by Herman Miller ; directed by Jerry Thorpe --
Dark angel / written by Herman Miller ; directed by Jerry Thorpe --
Blood brother / written by Herman Miller ; directed by Jerry Thorpe. Disc 2. Eye for an eye / written by John Furia, Jr. ; directed by Jerry Thorpe --
The tide / written by A. Martin Zweiback ; directed by Walter Doniger --
The soul is the warrior / written by Ron Bishop ; directed by Richard Lang --
Nine lives / written by Herb Meadow ; directed by Allen Reisner --
Sun and cloud shadow / written by Halsted Welles ; directed by Robert Butler --
Chains / teleplay by Gene L. Coon ; story by Paul F. Edwards, Gene L.Coon ; directed by Robert Butler. Disc 3. Alethea / written by William Kelley ; directed by John Badham --
Praying Mantis Kills / written by Robert Lewin ; directed by Charles S. Dubin --
Superstition / teleplay by Ed Waters ; story by Dave Moessinger ; directed by Charles S. Dubin.
Other Titles: From Grasshopper to Caine.
Tao of Caine.
Kung fu (Television program : 1972-1975).
Kung fu.
Responsibility: Warner Bros. Television ; created by Ed Spielman ; developed by Herman Miller.

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Kwai Chang Caine is a Shoalin Monk who is on the run after he killed the Chinese Emporer's nephew. The nephew had killed Caine's teacher in cold blood with a gun like a coward. Caine flees to America both to escape retaliation and to search for his brother in order to settle down in this new land. However, he can not help but to continually run into trouble from gun fighters and others as they oppress the innocent, while bounty hunters pursue the price on his head. Against this, he has his Kung-fu martial arts skill which proves to be devastatingly effective in this gun-dominated land.

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