Indians, desert killers and a Barbary Coast overlord menace Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) as he continues to search for his brother. Second part of a four-part episode. Leslie Nielsen guest stars.

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Kwai Chang Caine
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Delonia Cantrell
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Vincent Corbino
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Master Kan (as Phillip Ahn)
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McCord
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Indians, desert killers and a Barbary Coast overlord menace Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) as he continues to search for his brother. Second part of a four-part episode. Leslie Nielsen guest stars.

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By the time this show aired, the series was dead in all but name. After two successful seasons running on Thursday night, Kung Fu was bumped for a new private-eye series, Harry O (ironically, both were produced by Jerry Thorpe and both are highly regarded by fans), and was moved to several time slots. When the show settled on Saturday evenings opposite All in the Family (ironically again, the time slot where it had first aired as a series of specials) it wound up dead last in the ratings with a then-unbelievable 13 percent share of viewers who were watching during that hour. See more »

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Part 2 - the chase goes on
29 August 2010 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

Season 3 Episode 22- "Flight to Orion" continues the finale of KUNG FU, as Caine escapes to Orion with his nephew Zeke (John Blyth Barrymore), and Zeke's mother Delonia (Lois Nettleton), who eventually dies saving her son from a rattlesnake bite. Still hot on their trail across the mountains, searching for his missing partner Danny Caine, is the embittered Vincent Corbino (Leslie Nielsen, just too likable an actor to supply the proper menace written for this racketeer character). Corbino finds Zeke, learning where to find the boy's father because Caine is away, accepting an honorable challenge from a tribe of Indians (providing an excellent battle with Caine having his left wrist and right ankle bound to each of his opponents). Next up- "The Brothers Caine"


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