TV - Kung Fu: All Episodes

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1. Kung Fu (1972–1975)

60 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

The adventures of a Shaolin Monk as he wanders the American West armed only with his skill in Kung Fu.

Stars: David Carradine, Radames Pera, Keye Luke, Philip Ahn

Votes: 5,006

2. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Pilot (1972)

75 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

After avenging the death of his teacher, a Shaolin monk flees China to the American West and helps people while being pursued by bounty hunters.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, Barry Sullivan, Albert Salmi, Wayne Maunder

Votes: 1,070

3. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: King of the Mountain (1972)

48 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine looks after a newly orphaned boy and a young, pretty rancher while a bounty hunter atop a nearby mountain silently observes his opportunity to pounce.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, Brandon Cruz, Lara Parker, John Saxon

Votes: 162

4. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Dark Angel (1972)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Lordsville preacher Serenity Johnson is literally blinded by greed, while Caine locates his paternal grandfather, who has lived a bitter life blinded by prejudice.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, John Carradine, Robert Carradine, Dean Jagger

Votes: 150

5. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Blood Brother (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine looks for a good friend from his Chinese temple who is missing from town, and there are people determined to stop his search at any cost.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, Clu Gulager, John Anderson, Scott Hylands

Votes: 121

6. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: An Eye for an Eye (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine encounters a pregnant rape victim who is bent on having the 3 army officers who committed the crime, killed.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, L.Q. Jones, Tim McIntire, Harry Townes

Votes: 119

7. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Tide (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A pretty Asian woman saves Caine's life when he is badly wounded by a murdering sheriff, but conspires to use him as a pawn to possibly free her father from a Chinese prison.

Director: Walter Doniger | Stars: David Carradine, Andrew Duggan, Robert Donner, Mako

Votes: 105

8. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Soul Is the Warrior (1973)

49 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A powerful rancher demands justice for the death of his son, requiring Caine to reveal the man's greatest fear.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, John Doucette, Shelly Novack, Jim Davis

Votes: 101

9. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Nine Lives (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Cats are scarce in the Old West, and Caine must replace one to appease the death of one killed by a gold seeking miner.

Director: Allen Reisner | Stars: David Carradine, Albert Salmi, Dana Elcar, Royal Dano

Votes: 90

10. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Sun and Cloud Shadow (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A powerful landowner attempts to drive off Chinese miners from their legally owned mountain of gold, but complications arise from his son's love for the girl Cloud Shadow.

Director: Robert Butler | Stars: David Carradine, Morgan Woodward, Aimee Eccles, Ron Feinberg

Votes: 89

11. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Praying Mantis Kills (1973)

49 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A frightened boy, defending a jail against the bandits who killed his sheriff father, inspires courage in an adult coward. At the moment of truth, Caine teaches them both to temper justice with mercy.

Director: Charles S. Dubin | Stars: David Carradine, Wendell Burton, Norman Alden, Don Knight

Votes: 88

12. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Alethea (1973)

49 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Seeing is believing. Or is it? A young girl's eyewitness testimony leads to a priest being tried for murder and sentenced to death by hanging.

Director: John Badham | Stars: David Carradine, Jodie Foster, Charles Tyner, Kenneth Tobey

Votes: 115

13. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Chains (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Shackled to a brute of a man thirsting for his enemies' blood, Caine probes the cause of his hatred and leaves him transformed in the wilderness.

Director: Robert Butler | Stars: David Carradine, Michael Greene, Warren Vanders, Geoffrey Lewis

Votes: 84

14. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Superstition (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine is falsely arrested for stealing and is sent to a silver mine. After arriving, he teaches a fellow prisoner how to endure extreme heat, cold and how to survive in a serious cave-in.

Director: Charles S. Dubin | Stars: David Carradine, Fred Sadoff, Ford Rainey, Roy Jenson

Votes: 81

15. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Stone (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

It's Kung Fu vs. Brazil's fighting technique of Capoeira as a man learns from Caine that to fight injustice anywhere is to fight it everywhere.

Director: Robert Butler | Stars: David Carradine, Moses Gunn, Gregory Sierra, Kelly Jean Peters

Votes: 80

16. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Third Man (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine challenges a killer to be his own judge and his victim's widow to accept the verdict.

Director: Charles S. Dubin | Stars: David Carradine, Ed Nelson, Fred Beir, Barbara Stuart

Votes: 79

17. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Ancient Warrior (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Ancient Warrior, an aged Indian accompanied by Caine, seeks burial in his sacred, ancestral land. But the burial site is located dead center in a violent, Indian-hating town called Purgatory. Gary Busey guest stars.

Director: Robert Butler | Stars: David Carradine, Chief Dan George, Victor French, Denver Pyle

Votes: 95

18. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Well (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Kwai Chang Caine, stricken by poisoned water, lies near death in the home of a former slave who fearfully harbors a secret so precious that it might well save the entire community from disaster.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, Hal Williams, Tim McIntire, Jim Davis

Votes: 80

19. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Assassin (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine uses the love in two men's hearts to thwart their hatred and break a chain of murder.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Dana Elcar, James Keach, Beverly Kushida

Votes: 63

20. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Chalice (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine promises a dying priest who stole a golden chalice, that he will recover it from 3 murdering bandits so his soul will be saved.

Director: Jerry Thorpe | Stars: David Carradine, William Smith, Gilbert Roland, Philip Ahn

Votes: 77

21. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Brujo (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine, proving that faith is a two-edged sword of good and evil, breaks a witch's very real curse over a whole town.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Henry Darrow, Emilio Fernández, Benson Fong

Votes: 75

22. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Squawman (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

When a man kills a criminal trying to murder Caine, the townsmen ask him to go after the evil and deadly father next.

Director: John Llewellyn Moxey | Stars: David Carradine, Jack Elam, Logan Ramsey, Elliott Street

Votes: 63

23. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Spirit-Helper (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine, in a reversal of roles, finds himself as the master with a 15-year-old boy as his disciple in which he must teach him that the act of revenge can lead to the death of the spirit.

Director: Walter Doniger | Stars: David Carradine, Bo Svenson, Scott Hylands, James A. Watson Jr.

Votes: 78

24. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Tong (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Without returning violence for violence, Caine ends the tyranny of a "Chinese Mafia" and liberates a boy slave.

Director: Robert Totten | Stars: David Carradine, Diana Douglas, Richard Loo, Keye Luke

Votes: 76

25. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Soldier (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine delivers a self-accused coward from inner torment by showing him the nature of courage.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Tim Matheson, Myron Healey, Keye Luke

Votes: 62

26. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Salamander (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine saves a man's mind by demonstrating that ugliness -- and reality and illusion -- can be in the eye of the beholder.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Ramon Bieri, Ed Flanders, David Huddleston

Votes: 62

27. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Hoots (1973)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine befriends a group of Hutterites who are God-fearing and simple people yet fear contamination from outsiders. They are involved in a dispute over a nearby waterhole with cattlemen who fear that their sheep may infect the water.

Director: Robert Totten | Stars: David Carradine, Anthony Zerbe, Laurie Prange, Howard Da Silva

Votes: 70

28. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Elixir (1973)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine prescribes an emotional cure for a medicine-show goddess stricken with a deadly type of independence.

Director: Walter Doniger | Stars: David Carradine, Diana Muldaur, David Canary, Matt Clark

Votes: 63

29. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Gunman (1974)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Two emotionally repressed people learn from Caine that to accept pain as the price of love is the mark of life.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Andrew Prine, Katherine Woodville, Keye Luke

Votes: 72

30. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Empty Pages of a Dead Book (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine changes a Texas Ranger's life by showing him that the law can murder justice.

Director: John Llewellyn Moxey | Stars: David Carradine, Robert Foxworth, Slim Pickens, Philip Ahn

Votes: 60

31. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: A Dream Within a Dream (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine finds a wealthy man hanging in the marsh that mysteriously disappears after he gets shot, and later finds that several people in town had reason to kill him.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, John Drew Barrymore, Ruth Roman, Tina Louise

Votes: 76

32. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Way of Violence Has No Mind (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine, pitted against a Chinese Robin Hood, teaches a boy that only the heart can truly conquer.

Director: Lee Philips | Stars: David Carradine, Gary Merrill, Ron Soble, Robert Ito

Votes: 61

33. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: In Uncertain Bondage (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A proud Southern belle, imprisoned in a pit with Caine, learns that serving others and being served are folds of the same garment.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Warren Vanders, Judy Pace, Lynda Day George

Votes: 68

34. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Night of the Owls, Day of the Doves (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

The prostitutes of a bawdy house and their madam (ANNE FRANCIS) turn to Caine for protection against vigilantes.

Director: John Llewellyn Moxey | Stars: David Carradine, Barry Atwater, Ken Swofford, Anne Francis

Votes: 63

35. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Crossties (1974)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine is injected into a war between a hate-maddened detective and an outlaw leading a gang of ex-farmers victimized by a railroad.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Barry Sullivan, John Anderson, Harrison Ford

Votes: 78

36. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Passion of Chen Yi (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine, delivering a fellow Shaolin from a gallant but foolish death for a woman, turns an old enemy into a friend.

Director: John Llewellyn Moxey | Stars: David Carradine, Bethel Leslie, Robert Middleton, Marianna Hill

Votes: 57

37. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Arrogant Dragon (1974)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

For the sake of an unwed mother and her unborn child, Caine champions an aging tong leader who is under a sentence of death.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Richard Loo, Clyde Kusatsu, Keye Luke

Votes: 59

38. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Nature of Evil (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine and blind preacher Serenity Johnson choose a path toward a confrontation with evil when they encounter a man possessed by the devil in his own dual nature.

Director: Robert Michael Lewis | Stars: David Carradine, Morgan Woodward, Shelly Novack, Barbara Colby

Votes: 62

39. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Cenotaph: Part I (1974)

49 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine is involved in separate adventures in two interweaving story lines: he helps a mad mountain man save his dying wife, and -- in a flashback to China --- battles a warlord to win a concubine's heart.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Stefan Gierasch, Michael Pataki, Robert Ridgely

Votes: 66

40. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Cenotaph: Part II (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Caine resolves his adventures with a mad mountain man, and -- in a flashback to China -- a marathon kung fu battle with a warlord to win a concubine's heart.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Stefan Gierasch, Michael Pataki, Robert Ridgely

Votes: 61

41. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Blood of the Dragon: Part 1 (1974)

54 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Kwai Chang Caine is stalked by two deadly adversaries: The Order of the Avenging Dragon--who act as guardians to the Royal Household of Imperial China and have sworn to avenge the death of ... See full summary »

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Patricia Neal, Season Hubley, Eddie Albert

Votes: 59

42. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: Blood of the Dragon: Part 2 (1974)

50 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

The life of Kwai Chang Caine is threatened by two deadly forces--by the Chinese assassins sent to America by the Order of the Avenging Dragon and by Sara Kingsley, a matriarch of a ranching family with a sinister secret.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, Patricia Neal, Season Hubley, Eddie Albert

Votes: 46

43. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: A Small Beheading (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A swashbuckling sea captain and his wife involve Caine in a macabre plot to return him to China and certain death.

Director: Richard Lang | Stars: David Carradine, William Shatner, France Nuyen, Rosemary Forsyth

Votes: 62

44. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: This Valley of Terror (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A journey to mysterious Indian burial grounds -- and into the frightening recesses of the human mind -- awaits Caine when he encounters a young woman who has escaped from an insane asylum.

Director: Harry Harris | Stars: David Carradine, Sondra Locke, Jan Sterling, Ken Swofford

Votes: 62

45. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: The Predators (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

A charge of attempted murder spurs Caine to invade the lair of vicious killers and kidnap the only man who can clear him.

Director: Harry Harris | Stars: David Carradine, Anthony Zerbe, Cal Bellini, George DiCenzo

Votes: 49

46. Kung Fu (1972–1975)
Episode: My Brother, My Executioner (1974)

51 min | Adventure, Drama, Western

Kwai Chang Caine continues his search for his American half-brother, only to learn that Danny Caine is being drawn into a shootout by an ambitious gunfighter.

Director: Jerry