David Carradine stars as the mysterious Caine, a Buddhist monk and hunted man who wanders the American West in the 1870s fighting intolerance and injustice with his mastery of an ancient form of high combat known as Kung Fu. A fugitive from his native home in China, the orphan of half-Chinese, half-American ancestry, was trained in mystic philosophy and martial arts. A man of peace, Caine shuns material things. Roaming the rugged frontier of the Wild West, Caine champions the downtrodden and fights for justice and equality armed with only his hands and feet. In this extended pilot movie, Caine battles for the rights of immigrant laborers building the TransContinental Railway in the post-Civil War West. Exhibiting humility and respect for the "oneness of all living things," Caine, in his quiet, unassuming way, redefines the term "hero" in Kung Fu. See the television movie that started the classic series.
Kwai Chang Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), the half-American Buddhist monk from China, wandering the American West as a wanted fugitive, befriends a homeless boy, foils a bounty hunter, and experiences the pain of love.
Kwai Chang Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), a half-American Buddhist monk from China, restores the eyes and faith of a phony preacher (JOHN CARRADINE), blinded by Indians, and finds his own roots in America.
In Arizona Territory, the half-American Buddhist monk, Kwai Chang Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), attempts to arrest the killers of a young man with whom he grew up in a Chinese temple. Robert Urich guest stars.
Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), the half-American Buddhist monk from China, wandering the American West as a hunted fugitive, teaches forgiveness to an old man and his daughter after a rape has led to double tragedy.
Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) escapes from a mantrap and is caught in a far more dangerous snare, this one set by a beautiful woman. Mako guest stars.
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