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Besieged: Death on Cold Mountain 

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

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Directorial debut
9 February 2008 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

In this 2-part episode of the third series, David Carradine makes his directorial debut. His casting for the leading role of his (yet again) love interest must have seemed like a match made in heaven, his partner Barbara Hershey hardly concealed in her chosen name of the time, 'Sarah Seagull'. This perhaps was shot during the time referred to in a special feature of the series when Carradine 'arrived on set having shaved his head! Can we blame Carradine for the story of humour, self-deception, septuagenarian fighting octogenarian (and losing), mistaken identity, courage, betrayal, love (of course), passion (ehem), and final tragedy(?). No it was probably dreamed up on some seventies pipe-dream and is immensely enjoyable and silly.


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