Kung Fu (1972–1975)
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The Cenotaph: Part I 

Caine is involved in separate adventures in two interweaving story lines: he helps a mad mountain man save his dying wife, and -- in a flashback to China --- battles a warlord to win a concubine's heart.

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... Kwai Chang Caine
... Logan McBurney / Kai Tong
... Buskirk
... Whipple
... Mayli Ho
... Lame Dog
Ed Bakey ... Bloom
Ivan Naranjo ... Tall Pot
... Reverend Stekel
... Mrs. Stekel
... Jaffe
James Weatherill ... Merton
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Caine is involved in separate adventures in two interweaving story lines: he helps a mad mountain man save his dying wife, and -- in a flashback to China --- battles a warlord to win a concubine's heart.

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4 April 1974 (USA)  »

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Stefan Gierasch plays both Logan McBurney and the warlord Kai Tong in the flashbacks. See more »

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Kung Fu: The Cenotaph
16 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

My husband is truly the big Kung Fu fan. He watched the original series as a teenager. He is a gentle sort and throughout high school and college his friends called him "grasshopper". He recently bought all three seasons of Kung Fu. While he watched, I listened from the kitchen, then starting watching from the dining room, and eventually I was "sucked in" and started watching them with my husband in the living room. The Cenotaph has been my favorite so far. Kwai Chang Caine teaches us a lot in this series....especially how to cherish all life. Good series to teach children about respect and humbleness. Anyway, you should watch all three seasons. You might be surprised.


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