Kung Fu (1972–1975)
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Caine is injected into a war between a hate-maddened detective and an outlaw leading a gang of ex-farmers victimized by a railroad.

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Richard Lang

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Ed Spielman (creator), Herman Miller (developer) | 1 more credit »
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Episode complete credited cast:
David Carradine ... Kwai Chang Caine
Barry Sullivan ... Edwards
John Anderson ... Jack Youngblood
Harrison Ford ... Mr. Harrison
Denver Pyle ... Dr. Joseph Colton
Andrew Robinson ... Johnny Walker (as Andy Robinson)
Philip Ahn ... Master Kan (archive footage)
Dennis Fimple ... Riley
Eric Server ... Miller
Sandy Ignon Sandy Ignon ... Tom
Rolfe Sedan ... Stationmaster

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

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Working title: "The Railroad" See more »

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Location of charge in opening sequences - the dynamite is placed under the rails but the explosion is between the tracks. See more »

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Harrison Ford and Andy Robinson
10 August 2010 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

In an echo of the original pilot feature, Caine becomes involved with the railroad, this time when landowners are driven off their properties, vowing to die fighting against the Pinkertons led by the tyrannical Edwards (Barry Sullivan, also back from the pilot). The farmers are led by Jim Youngblood (John Anderson, previously seen in episode 3 "Blood Brother"), and are offered amnesty and financial renumeration by Mr. Harrison (Harrison Ford) on behalf of the railroad, who tire of the ongoing conflict; the bitter Edwards determines to end things his own bloody way. Andy Robinson, the memorable psycho killer in the original "Dirty Harry," plays a wounded member of Youngblood's gang, with Denver Pyle making a return appearance as the doctor (he'd played the mayor in "The Ancient Warrior"). 31-year-old Harrison Ford makes a rare television appearance, one year after his first notable movie role in 1973's "American Graffiti."


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 1974 (USA) See more »

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