A modern-day descendant of Caine hopes to turn his estranged son away from a life of crime.

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Johnny Caine
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Lt. Lois Poole
Marcia Christie ...
Ellen
Victor Brandt ...
Buckley
Aaron Heyman ...
Sid
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Dave (as Michael S. Walter)
Richard L. Duran ...
Raul (as Richard Duran)
John C. Cooke ...
Cliff
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Field Hand
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Darnell
Dominic Barto ...
Carl Levin
Rebecca Gilchrist ...
Pete's Mom
Mark Everett ...
Student
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A modern-day descendant of Caine hopes to turn his estranged son away from a life of crime.

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19 June 1987 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Followed by Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993) See more »

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Brandon Lee only reason to see this.
17 May 2000 | by (Lexington, KY) – See all my reviews

This movie pilot is pretty tame when it comes to the martial arts sequences. Really the only reason to watch this is to see Brandon Lee in one of his first roles. He does a little fighting but not much. The guy playing his father is pretty dull and obviously has no ability in the martial arts whatsoever. In summary, only avid Brandon Lee fans should check this out because it's pretty lame.


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