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Besieged: Cannon at the Gates 

Caine's love for the intended bride of a Chinese warlord is overshadowed by the warrior's threat to destroy the Shaolin temple where she has sought refuge. Second part of a two-part episode... See full summary »

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Caine's love for the intended bride of a Chinese warlord is overshadowed by the warrior's threat to destroy the Shaolin temple where she has sought refuge. Second part of a two-part episode that begins with Besieged: Death on a Cold Mountain. Written by Anonymous

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22 November 1974 (USA)  »

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The third of 3 episodes directed by David Carradine. See more »

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At Nan Chi's funeral, you can see her breathing. See more »

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Victor Sen Yung exits the series
13 June 2010 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

Season 3 Episode 13- The concluding half of this two-part storyline was the final series appearance for Charlie Chan veteran Victor Sen Yung, also the last for Richard Loo, again playing Master Sun, the same role he did in the pilot and one previous episode, "Blood Brother." Barbara Hershey, again billed as Barbara Seagull, returns as Nan Chi, who tries to save the Shaolin temple from certain destruction by surrendering herself to the Warlord (Khigh Dhiegh) who demands her for his bride. The Warlord's treacherous captain (Yuki Shimoda) has other plans for her, which even Caine cannot prevent, although the temple is spared in the end. Another adventure set in China before Caine flees to America, with welcome expanded roles for Philip Ahn and Keye Luke (also the third and last episode directed by star David Carradine). Next up- "A Lamb to the Slaughter"


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