Kung Fu: The Legend Continues: Season 1, Episode 1

A Legend Reborn (25 Jan. 1993)

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Father and son are reunited after 15 years. A old rival from the Shaolin Temple has taken over Chinatown and intends to assassinate the mayor. Peter and Caine must work together to stop him.

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Ernest Abuba ...
Tan
Don Allison ...
Mayor
Ardon Bess ...
Brad Poster
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Lo Si / The Ancient
David Chant ...
Hop Sung
Harvey Chao ...
Ho Chow ...
Mr. Sung
Mark W. Conklin ...
Diane Douglass ...
Operator
William Dunlop ...
Chief of Detectives Frank Strenlich
Von Flores ...
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Marilyn
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Youth #1
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Father and son are reunited after 15 years. A old rival from the Shaolin Temple has taken over Chinatown and intends to assassinate the mayor. Peter and Caine must work together to stop him.

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When Caine walks down a busy street in Chinatown conversing with Marilyn and the man whose life he just saved, many extras in the background are looking directly at the camera, smiling and poking their heads above the actors to get a better view. Perhaps those were not extras but passersby who were not instructed not to interfere with the filming. See more »

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Pilot to Kung Fu II!
9 November 2013 | by (Seymour Tennessee) – See all my reviews

The late, great David Carradine who should had gone onto bigger things after Kung Fu the original series. But due to bad picks possibly and stuck in B movie rut for playing the villain. Until he got his career revived over "Kill Bill" ten years later.

He revives his role of Kwai Chang Caine, the grandson of the original Caine character of the same name. In a unnamed city walking around. As he and his son Peter, separated and thought to have been dead fifteen years later in the temple fire.

But they find one another. As Peter has become a hotshot detective in the 101st precinct. Despite being somewhat of a cowboy, he does a great job and living with his foster father. A captain in the police department.

But it is something where they find one another. It will take time for four years of healing and spending time. When they see one another and are not dead.

Really do not know why the show is blasted. But liked it as grew up with it.


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