Kung Fu: Season 3, Episode 10

Besieged: Death on Cold Mountain (15 Nov. 1974)

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Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) leads an attack against a Chinese warlord who threatens to destroy the Shaolin temple unless a young, novice nun is surrendered to his passion. First part of a ... See full summary »



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Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) leads an attack against a Chinese warlord who threatens to destroy the Shaolin temple unless a young, novice nun is surrendered to his passion. First part of a two-part episode that concludes with Besieged: Cannon at the Gates Written by Anonymous

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Two-part story features Barbara Hershey
13 June 2010 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

Season 3 Episode 12- This was the last of 3 two-part story lines, and among the 5 third season episodes set in China before Caine has fled to the West. The second and third episodes directed by star David Carradine (after "The Demon God"), and co-starring opposite him was Barbara Hershey (then using the last name Seagull), his then-current paramour and mother of their son Tom (born October 6 1972). Their relationship was near its end at the time, but there were still moments where they were able to display their obvious affection for each other. This adventure begins with the arrival of Tamo (Victor Sen Yung), a powerful mountain hermit who has come to warn his Shaolin brethren of the Warlord Sing Lu Chan (Khigh Dhiegh), who has destroyed a neighboring Shaolin temple in search of the woman Nan Chi (Barbara Hershey), whom he wishes to take for a bride. Nan Chi befriends Caine and Master Po (Keye Luke), gaining sanctuary with the Shaolin but wishing to become one of them, against the orders of the strict Master Kan (Philip Ahn), who has allowed the half-Chinese Caine to become a disciple, but is unwilling to bestow the same privileges to a woman. These Chinese entries were a delightful opportunity to expand the roles of Masters Philip Ahn and Keye Luke, joined in this two-parter by fellow Charlie Chan veteran Victor Sen Yung, then better remembered for playing Hop Sing on the long-running BONANZA. Next up- "Besieged: Cannon at the Gates"

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