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Sheriff Boggs
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Amos Houlton
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Wong Ti Lu
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Su Yen Lu
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Kenneth O'Brien ...
Mr. Jenkins (as Ken O'Brien)
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When Caine is injured, a woman helps him and hides him. Caine finds himself attracted to her. But what Caine doesn't know is, that she has a plan; she wants to use him as a bargaining chip to get her father who's a prisoner in China, released. So she sends for her brother to help. But the Sheriff has plans of his own. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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The coastal setting is clearly a southern California location. Evidence is the distinctive silhouette of Santa Catalina Island, which is 26 miles off the coast of Los Angeles. See more »

Goofs

When Sheriff Boggs shoots the bells with his rifle a shell casing is ejected onto his hat's brim. The casing is visible when he lowers his head when seen from the front, but in the reverse-angle shots when Sun-yen is speaking the shell casing disappears. When he walks away and tips his hat, the casing is also missing. See more »

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Master Kan: [while both watching a dancing girl] What do you feel?
Young Caine: Uncomfortable.
Master Kan: The mind, the body and the spirit are one. When the body expresses the desires of the mind and the spirit then the body is in tune with nature. The act is pure. And there is no shame.
Young Caine: And what is love?
Master Kan: Love is harmony, even in discord.
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Featured in Star Trek: Enterprise: The Catwalk (2002) See more »

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Love born of betrayal is better lost than lived
5 November 2009 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favourite early episodes of the first season. It sets a dubious precedent that is revisited with disturbing regularity in later episodes, namely that of the Taoist priest in search of lurve!

Each flashback scene slowly informs the audience that this is to be a difficult attraction between Kwai Chang and the 'butterfly' Miss Liu. Beginning with betrayal and being framed, Kwai Chang is injured making him an easy prey to the butterfly. As Kaines injuries worsen whilst his compassion shines the 'butterfly' becomes drawn in by the monk's magnetism.

All is not roses however, what with a psychotic sheriff played by Andrew Duggan and Wong Ti played by Mako both after the monks 'hide'.

All nicely shot somewhere on the California coast.


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