Kung Fu

Kung Fu
Type TV Series
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr
Genres Drama, Western
Keywords martial arts
Status Completed
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
David Carradine Actor Kwai Chang Caine 1 1000001
Tim McIntire Actor Danny Caine; Kwai's half-brother 1 1000002
Season Hubley Actor Margit McLean; Caine's cousin 1 1000003
Keye Luke Actor Master Po 1 1000004
Philip Ahn Actor Master Kan 1 1000005
John Leoning Actor Master Teh 1 1000006
Stephen Manley Actor Caine--as a Child 1 1000007
Radames Pera Actor Caine--as a Youth 1 1000008
Jerry Thorpe Executive Producer n/a 174 3000001
John Furia Jr. Producer n/a 3 3000002
Jerry Thorpe Producer n/a 3 3000003
Herman Miller Producer n/a 3 3000004
Alex Beaton Producer n/a 3 3000005
Ed Waters Producer n/a 3 3000006
Lloyd Richards Producer n/a 3 3000007
D.C. Fontana Writer n/a 120782 4000001
John Menken Writer n/a 120782 4000002
Lloyd Richards Writer n/a 120782 4000003
Ed Waters Writer n/a 120782 4000004
Katharyn Michaelian Writer n/a 120782 4000005
Michael Michaelian Writer n/a 120782 4000006
David Michael Korn Writer n/a 120782 4000007
Stephen Karpf Writer n/a 120782 4000008
Elinor Karpf Writer n/a 120782 4000009
Kathryn Barton Writer n/a 120782 4000010
Robert Schlitt Writer n/a 120782 4000011
John T Dugan Writer n/a 120782 4000012
Robert Lewin Writer n/a 120782 4000013
Herman Miller Writer n/a 120782 4000014
Gene L Coon Writer n/a 120782 4000015
Ron Bishop Writer n/a 120782 4000016
George Johnson Writer n/a 120782 4000017
Simon Muntner Writer n/a 120782 4000018
George Specht Writer n/a 120782 4000019
A Martin Zweiback Writer n/a 120782 4000020
Edward Spielman Creator n/a 120808 4000021
Jim Helms Music n/a 120781 8000001
The exploits of Kwai Chang Caine, a Shaolin priest from China, as he wanders across the American frontier of the 1870s seeking an unknown brother. The series also relates aspects of Caine's strict training to become a priest, his attempts to help people he finds in trouble, and his efforts to stay one step ahead of bounty hunters who are seeking the large reward for his capture (as he's wanted by the Chinese Legation for killing a royal nephew during a ruckus that took the life of his favorite teacher, Master Po). He practices a certain Buddhist tolerance which leads him to take the peaceful path most of the time. Only when he's really pushed does he resort to violence in the form of Bruce Lee-style displays of the art of Kung Fu, when he invariably beats up four or five guys at once.