Kung Fu: Season 2, Episode 15

The Way of Violence Has No Mind (24 Jan. 1974)

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Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), pitted against a Chinese Robin Hood, teaches a boy that only the heart can truly conquer.

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Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), pitted against a Chinese Robin Hood, teaches a boy that only the heart can truly conquer.

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Made in China
1 April 2007 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

A so-so episode has Kane encounter an all-Chinese gang led by Captain Lee (Robert Ito) who have been robbing the Hillquist Mining Company and Hillquist (Fritz Weaver) because he stole their claims and forced them off their land.

It's a nice change of pace to see Ito in such a loud, swashbuckling role instead of his quiet character of Sam on "Quincy", but he pulls it off okay. It's nice having former number two son of Charlie Chan Victor Sen Yung in the cast as Chu, Captain Lee's uncle. With this, "Kung Fu" managed to get all the main Charlie Chan sidekicks--Keye Luke (Lee Chan--#1 son), Sen Yung (Jimmy Chan--#2 son) and Benson Fong (Tommy Chan--#3 son) as characters at one time or another on the show.


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