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Kung Fu. The complete third season

Author: Ed SpielmanHerman MillerJerry ThorpeAlex BeatonTheodore ApsteinAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2005] ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English : Standard versionView all editions and formats
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Kwai Chang Caine is a Shaolin monk who is on the run after he killed the Chinese Emperor'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 continually run into trouble from gunfighters 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; Jerry Thorpe; Alex Beaton; Theodore Apstein; John T Dugan; D C Fontana; George Clayton Johnson; Elinor Karpf; Steven Karpf; Norman Katkov; William Kelley; John Menken; Abe Polsky; Lloyd Richards; Gerald Sanford; Robert Sherman; Robert Specht; Ed Waters; David Carradine; Barry Crane; Marc Daniels; Harry Harris; Gordon Hessler; Richard Lang; Robert Michael Lewis; Jim Helms; Eugene Lourié; John D W Lamphear; Keye Luke; Philip Ahn; Radames Pera; Cannonball Adderley; Charles Aidman; Eddie Albert; Edward Albert; Lew Ayres; Bruce Carradine; John Carradine; Timothy Agoglia Carey; Khigh Dhiegh; Howard Duff; José Feliciano; Rhonda Fleming; Benson Fong; Rosemary Forsyth; Beverly Garland; Charles Haid; Barbara Hershey; James Hong; Season Hubley; David Huddleston; L Q Jones; Victor Jory; Richard Kelton; Carol Lawrence; Sondra Locke; Richard Loo; Joe Maross; A Martinez; Tim McIntire; Mae Mercer; Joanna Moore; Pat Morita; Tom Nardini; Patricia Neal; Lois Nettleton; Leslie Nielsen; France Nuyen; Soon-Teck Oh; James Olson; John Bennett Perry; Stefanie Powers; Victoria Racimo; Alejandro Rey; Albert Salmi; Joe Santos; William Shatner; James Shigeta; Jan Sterling; Don Stroud; Brian Tochi; John Vernon; James Wainwright; Hal Williams; Anthony Zerbe; Warner Bros. Television.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 141980426X 9781419804267 1419855573 9781419855573 0780682769 9780780682764
OCLC Number: 61287676
Language Note: In English with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
Notes: Special features: Disc 1. Introduction by David Carradine; Commentary by David Carradine "Blood of the Dragon, part 2". Disc 4. Commentary on "Full Circle" by David Carradine; David Carradine's Shaolin Diary: Back to the Beginning.
Credits: Director of photography, Chuck Arnold ; art director, Gene Lourie ; original music composed and conducted by Jim Helms ; set decorator John D.W. Lamphear ; costume designer, Henry Salley.
Cast: David Carradine, Keye Luke, Philip Ahn, Radames Pera ; guest stars, Patricia Neal, Season Hubley, Eddie Albert, Edward Albert, William Shatner, France Nuyen, Rosemary Forsyth, Sondra Locke, Jan Sterling, Ken Swofford, Howard Duff, Anthony Zerbe, Cal Bellini, George Di Cenzo, James Wainwright, Carol Lawrence, A. Martinez, John Vernon, Richard Kelton, Albert Salmi, Don Stroud, Victor Jory, Stefanie Powers, Soon-Taik Oh, Victoria Racimo, Richard Loo, James Shigeta, James Olson, Barbara Seagull, Khigh Dhiegh, Brian Tochi, Michael Greene, Lew Ayres, Tom Nardini, Benson Fong, Alejandro Rey, Joe Santos, Barbara Luna, Leslie Charleson, David Huddleston, Bruce Carradine, Jose Feliciano, Beverly Garland, Joe Maross, John Bennett Perry, Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley, Lois Nettleton, Tim McIntire, Leslie Nielsen, Joanna Moore, James Hong, Harushi, Clare Nono, Rhonda Fleming, Timothy Agoglia-Carey, Pat Morita, John Carradine, Hal Williams, L.Q. Jones, Charles Haid, Mae Mercer, Charles Aidman.
Description: 4 videodisc (1,221 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; standard full screen presentation; Dolby Digital mono; dual sided discs.
Contents: Disc 1. Blood of the dragon, part 1-2 / written by John T. Dugan ; directed by Richard Lang --
A small beheading / written by Eugene Price ; directed by Richard Lang --
The valley of terror / teleplay by Katharyn Michaelian ; story by Katharyn and Michael Michaelian ; directed by Harry Harris --
The predators / teleplay by Lloyd Richards and Ed Waters ; story by John Menken ; directed by Harry Harris --
My brother, my executioner / written by John T. Dugan ; directed by Jerry Thorpe. Disc 2. Cry of the night beast / teleplay by Ed Waters ; story by Abe Polsky and Ed Waters ; directed by Richard Lang --
The devil's champion / written by Katharyn and Michael Michaelian ; directed by Robert Michael Lewis --
The garments of rage / written by Theodore Apstein ; directed by Marc Daniels --
Besieged, part 1-2 / written by William Kelley and David Michael Korn ; directed by David Carradine --
The demon god / teleplay by George Clayton Johnson and David Michael Korn ; story by George Clayton Johnson ; directed by David Carradine. Disc 3. The vanishing image / written by Gustave Field ; directed by Barry Crane --
A lamb to the slaughter / teleplay by Robert Specht and David Michael Korn ; story by Robert Specht ; directed by Harry Harris --
The forbidden kingdom / teleplay by Norman Katkov ; story by David Michael Korn and Norman Katkov ; directed by Gordon Hessler --
One step to darkness / teleplay by Robert Sherman and Theodore Apstein ; story by Gerald Sanford ; directed by Marc Daniels --
Battle hymn / teleplay by Herman Miller ; story by D.C. Fontana ; directed by Barry Crane --
Barbary house / written by Stephen and Elinor Karpf ; directed by Marc Daniels. Disc 4. Flight to Orion / written by Stephen and Elinor Karpf ; directed by Marc Daniels --
The brothers Caine / written by Stephen and Elinor Karpf ; directed by Harry Harris --
Full circle / written by Stephen and Elinor Karpf ; directed by Marc Daniels --
The thief of Chendo / teleplay by Simon Muntner ; story by Bernard B. Bossick & Larry H. Gibson and Simon Muntner ; directed by Harry Harris --
Ambush / written by Norman Katkov ; directed by Gordon Hessler --
The last raid / written by John T. Dugan ; directed by Alex Beaton.
Other Titles: Kung fu (Television program : 1972-1975).
Kung Fu.
Responsibility: Warner Bros. Television ; created by Ed Spielman ; developed by Herman Miller ; executive producer, Jerry Thorpe ; produced by Herman Miller and Alex Beaton.

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Kwai Chang Caine is a Shaolin monk who is on the run after he killed the Chinese Emperor'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 continually run into trouble from gunfighters 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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