Kung Fu (1972–1975)
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The Devil's Champion 

An incredible battle of good vs. evil looms as Caine confronts the Prince of Darkness to save the life of Master Kan.


Ed Spielman (creator), Herman Miller (developer) | 2 more credits »


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Episode complete credited cast:
David Carradine ... Kwai Chang Caine
Soon-Tek Oh ... Yi Lien (as Soon-Taik Oh)
Victoria Racimo ... Lady Mei Wu
Richard Loo ... Ho Fai, The Weapons Master
Keye Luke ... Master Po
Philip Ahn ... Master Kan (as Phillip Ahn)
Frank Michael Liu ... Huo
John Fujioka ... Hsiang
Dale Ishimoto ... Weapon Maker
Richard Lee-Sung ... Fourth Master
Tad Horino ... Innkeeper


An incredible battle of good vs. evil looms as Caine confronts the Prince of Darkness to save the life of Master Kan.

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The first of 5 third season entries set entirely in China, prior to Caine's flight to America. See more »

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Soon-Tek Oh makes his final appearance
14 June 2010 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

Season 3 Episode 10- During this third season, the Western format was interrupted by 5 entries set in Imperial China, prior to Caine's flight to America. All but the last were set at the Shaolin Temple, expanding the usual roles for Philip Ahn and Keye Luke, this entry being the first. Soon-Tek Oh bows out of the series, playing a young challenger who vows to take many lives unless he is acknowledged by Master Kan, whose full name is revealed to be Chen Ming Kan. Victoria Racimo (1979's "Prophecy") portrays his sister, Lady Mei Wu, who believes another force is responsible for the actions of her kind and gentle brother. Chosen to do battle against her brother is disciple Huo (Frank Michael Liu), using a new weapon of his own design, while Master Po sends Caine off to a distant palace with Lady Mei, where the true source of evil lies in wait. Also appearing is veteran Richard Loo, not as Master Sun, but as Ho Fai the Weapons Master, who is responsible for training Huo. 4 of the next 8 episodes were also set in China, leaving only six more to close out the series. Next up- "The Garments of Rage"

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1 November 1974 (USA) See more »

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