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|Genre/Form:||Martial arts television programs
Western television programs
Action and adventure television programs
Fiction television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Ed Spielman; Herman Miller; Jerry Thorpe; Calvin Clements; Arthur Dales; John T Dugan; William Kelley; Robert Lewin; Abe Polsky; Gerald Sanford; Robert Schlitt; Lionel E Siegel; Daniel Ullman; Ed Waters; A Martin Zweiback; Walter A Doniger; Richard Lang; Robert Michael Lewis; John Moxey; Lee Philips; Robert Totten; Jim Helms; Eugene Lourié; John D W Lamphear; David Carradine; Keye Luke; Philip Ahn; Radames Pera; John Anderson; Barry Atwater; John Barrymore; Ramon Bieri; Sorrell Booke; David Canary; John Carradine; Matt Clark; Jim Davis; Henry Darrow; Diana Douglas; Howard Duff; Jack Elam; Dana Elcar; Emilio Fernández; Ed Flanders; Benson Fong; Harrison Ford; Robert Foxworth; Anne Francis; Lynda Day George; Stefan Gierasch; Myron Healey; Marianna Hill; David Huddleston; Robert Ito; Don Johnson; James Keach; Clyde Kusatsu; Nancy Kwan; Bethel Leslie; Richard Loo; Tina Louise; Tim Matheson; Tim McIntire; Gary Merrill; Robert Middleton; Diana Muldaur; Soon-Teck Oh; Judy Pace; Michael Pataki; Slim Pickens; Andrew Prine; Denver Pyle; Logan Ramsey; Robert Ridgely; Andrew Robinson; Gilbert Roland; Ruth Roman; Howard Da Silva; Ron Soble; Barry Sullivan; Bo Svenson; Warren Vanders; James A Watson; Fritz Weaver; Hal Williams; Kate Woodville; Morgan Woodward; Anthony Zerbe; Warner Home Video (Firm)|
|ISBN:||0790791129 9780790791128 1419855573 9781419855573|
|Language Note:||English dialogue with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed captioned.|
|Notes:||Originally broadcast as a television series in 1973-1974.
Special features: Disc 1. Commentary on "The Well" by David Carradine. Disc 3. Commentary on "A dream within a dream" by David Carradine. Disc 4. "Zen and now: a dinner with David Carradine and friends".
|Credits:||Directors of photography, Richard L. Rawlings ; art director, Gene Lourie ; music composer, Jim Helms ; wardrobe, Henry Salley ; set decorator, John D.W. Lamphear.|
|Cast:||David Carradine, Keye Luke, Philip Ahn, Radames Pera ; guest stars, Hal Williams, Tim McIntire, Jim Davis, Dana Elcar, James Keach, Beverly Kushida, William Smith, Gilbert Roland, Henry Darrow, Emilio Fernandez, Benson Fong, Jack Elam, Logan Ramsey, Elliott Street, Bo Svenson, Scott Hyland, James A. Watson, Jr., Don Johnson, Diana Douglas, Richard Loo, Tim Matheson, Myron Healey, Ramon Bieri, Ed Flanders, David Huddleston, James Lee Reeves, Anthony Zerbe, Laurie Prange, Howard da Silva, Diana Muldaur, David Canary, Matt Clark, Andrew Prine, Katharine Woodville, Robert Foxworth, Slim Pickens, John Drew Barrymore, Ruth Roman, Tina Louise, Sorrell Booke, Howard Duff, Gary Merrill, Ron Soble, Robert Ito, Fritz Weaver, Warren Vanders, Judy Pace, Lynda Day George, Barry Atwater, Ken Swofford, Anne Francis, Barry Sullivan, John Anderson, Harrison Ford, Denver Pyle, Andy Robinson, Bethel Leslie, Robert Middleton, Mariana Hill, Soon Taik Oh, Clyde Kusatsu, Morgan Woodward, Shelly Novack, Barbara Colby, John Carradine, Stefan Gierasch, Michael Pataki, Robert Ridgely, Nancy Kwan.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||4 videodiscs (approximately 1167 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; region 1, NTSC; standard version; Dolby Digital mono; dual-sided discs.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. The well / written by Kittridge Barton ; directed by Jerry Thorpe --
The assasin / written by Spooner Glass and Dan Ullman ; directed by Richard Lang --
The Chalice / written by William Kelley ; directed by Jerry Thorpe --
The brujo / written by Katharyn Terry & Michael S. Michaelian ; directed by Richard Lang --
The Squaman / written by Arthur Dales ; directed by John Llewellyn Moxey --
The spirit-helper / written by John T. Dugan ; directed by Walter Doniger. Disc 2. The Tong / written by Robert Schlitt ; directed by Robert Totten --
The Soldier / teleplay by Ed Waters ; story by Calvin Clements, Jr. ; directed by Richard Lang --
The salamander / written by Del Reisman ; directed by Richard Lang --
The Hoots / teleplay by Lionel E. Siegel ; story by Jason McKinnon ; directed by Robert Totten --
The Elixer --
written by A. Martin Zweiback ; directed by Walter Doniger --
The Gunman / written by Robert Lewin ; directed by Richard Lang. Disc 3. Empty pages of a dead book / written by Charles A. McDaniel ; directed by John Llewellyn Moxey --
A dream within a dream / written by John T. Dugan ; directed by Richard Lang --
The way of violence has no mind / written by David Michael Korn ; directed by Lee Philips --
In uncertain bondage / written by Abe Polsky and Ed Waters ; directed by Richard Lang --
Night of the owls, day of the doves / teleplay by Ed Waters ; story by Frank Dandridge and Ed Waters ; directed by John Llewellyn Moxey --
Crossties / written by Robert Schlitt ; directed by Richard Lang. The passion of Chen Yi / written by John T. Dugan ; directed by John Llewellyn Moxey --
Arrogant dragon / teleplay by Katharyn & Michael Michaelian ; story by Barbara Melzer and Katharyn & Michael Michaelian ; directed by Richard Lang --
The nature of evil / written by Gerald Sanford ; directed by Robert Michael Lewis --
The Cenopath / written by William Kelley ; directed by Richard Lang.
|Other Titles:||Kung fu (Television program : 1972-1975).
|Responsibility:||Warner Bros. Television ; created by Ed Spielman ; developed by Herman Miller ; executive producer, Jerry Thorpe.|