CBS Summer Playhouse: Season 1, Episode 2

Kung Fu: The Next Generation (19 Jun. 1987)

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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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Johnny Caine
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Mic
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Lt. Lois Poole
Marcia Christie ...
Ellen
Victor Brandt ...
Aaron Heyman ...
Sid
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Dave
Richard L. Duran ...
Raul (as Richard Duran)
John C. Cooke ...
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Field Hand
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Darnell
Dominic Barto ...
Carl Levin
Rebecca Gilchrist ...
Pete's Mom
Mark Everett ...
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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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Pretty horrible movie
7 January 2006 | by (Bath, England) – See all my reviews

It has been a long time ago since I saw this on television. It was one of those television movies that you feel you want to watch because you watch the television series that it is based on. For a while, 'Kung Fu' was very cool, so they produced these movies for television about it in the late 1980s. None of the movies were particularly any good. They were just a lot of kung fu action and a pretty bad plot to follow. This one was just dull and I don't remember much about it, and it stumps me as to wonder why they bother making a full-length television film with a bad script. I don't remember much about it now, but I remember that it was a very dull movie to sit through and they really did flog the advertising for it on television.


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