Marco Polo (2014–2016)
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Kublai mourns the loss of his brother. He doesn't show at feast held in his honor by Kaidu. Mei Lin finds a way to get closer to Kublai. Marco gets close to Khutulun, Kaidu's daughter. Marco fails to find the man, who is receiving jewels from Kokachin.

Director:

Alik Sakharov

Writers:

John Fusco (created by), Michael S. Chernuchin (as Michael Chernuchin) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lorenzo Richelmy ... Marco Polo
Benedict Wong ... Kublai Khan
Joan Chen ... Empress Chabi
Rick Yune ... Kaidu
Amr Waked ... Yusuf
Remy Hii ... Prince Jingim
Zhu Zhu ... Kokachin
Tom Wu ... Hundred Eyes
Mahesh Jadu ... Ahmad
Olivia Cheng ... Mei Lin
Uli Latukefu ... Byamba
Chin Han ... Jia Sidao
Kheng Hua Tan ... Empress Dowager (as Tan Kheng Hua)
Claudia Kim ... Khutulun
Lawrence Makoare ... Za Bing
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Storyline

Kublai mourns the loss of his brother. He doesn't show at feast held in his honor by Kaidu. Mei Lin finds a way to get closer to Kublai. Marco gets close to Khutulun, Kaidu's daughter. Marco fails to find the man, who is receiving jewels from Kokachin.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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Electus See more »
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Goofs

The soldier that Jia Sidao fights, as a member of the Sung Army, should not have been sporting an anachronistic Quo, which was customarily worn by Jurchen men during their invasion of China in the 1600s. More than three hundred years after the events of this series. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Hundred Eyes: In Kung Fu, we say "One hand lies,
[attempting blows]
Hundred Eyes: the other hand tells the truth."
[counter-strikes]
Marco Polo: Try that again.
Hundred Eyes: If you one day you make it back to the West, what will you tell men of this strange word, "Kung Fu?" Will you tell them that it means to fight? Or will you say, like a monk from Shaolin
[inhales sharply]
Hundred Eyes: to summon the spirit of the crane and the tiger?
Hundred Eyes: [both grunting and panting] Kung Fu. It means, "supreme skill from hard work."
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