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Kung Fu is an American action-adventure martial arts western drama television series starring David Carradine. The series follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine, a Shaolin monk who travels through the American Old West, armed only with his spiritual... read more
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Kung Fu is an American action-adventure martial arts western drama television series starring David Carradine. The series follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine, a Shaolin monk who travels through the American Old West, armed only with his spiritual training and his skill in martial arts, as he seeks Danny Caine, his half-brother.

Original Release

02/22/1972 on ABC

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Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Blood of the Dragon: Part 1 Saturday, 14 September 1974
2 Blood of the Dragon: Part 2 Saturday, 14 September 1974
3 A Small Beheading Saturday, 21 September 1974
4 This Valley of Terror Saturday, 28 September 1974
5 The Predators Saturday, 05 October 1974
6 My Brother, My Executioner Saturday, 12 October 1974
7 Cry of the Night Beast Saturday, 19 October 1974
8 The Devil's Champion Friday, 01 November 1974
9 The Garments of Rage Friday, 08 November 1974
10 Besieged: Death on Cold Mountain Friday, 15 November 1974
11 Besieged: Cannon at the Gates Friday, 22 November 1974
12 The Demon God Friday, 13 December 1974
13 The Vanishing Image Friday, 20 December 1974
14 A Lamb to the Slaughter Saturday, 11 January 1975
15 The Forbidden Kingdom Saturday, 18 January 1975
16 One Step to Darkness Saturday, 25 January 1975
17 Battle Hymn Saturday, 08 February 1975
18 Barbary House Saturday, 15 February 1975
19 Flight to Orion Saturday, 22 February 1975
20 The Brothers Caine Saturday, 01 March 1975
21 Full Circle Saturday, 08 March 1975
22 The Thief of Chendo Saturday, 29 March 1975
23 Ambush Friday, 04 April 1975
24 The Last Raid Saturday, 26 April 1975
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Directors

Richard Lang, Jerry Thorpe, Marc Daniels, David Carradine, Harry Harris, John Llewellyn Moxey, Robert Butler, Harry Harris, Walter Doniger, Charles S. Dubin, Gordon Hessler, Robert Michael Lewis, Robert Totten, Barry Crane, Alex Beaton, Allen Reisner, John Badham, Lee Philips

Writers

Herman Miller, Ed Spielman, John T. Dugan, Ed Waters, William Kelley, David Korn, Elinor Karpf, Stephen Karpf, Michael Michaelian, A. Martin Zweiback, Katharyn Powers, Robert Lewin, Abe Polsky, Robert Schlitt, Norman Katkov, Gerald Sanford, Theodore Apstein, D.C. Fontana, Barbara Melzer, John Menken, Bernard Bossick, Larry H. Gibson, Ron Bishop, Paul F. Edwards, Robert Sherman, Lionel E. Siegel, Robert Specht, George Clayton Johnson, Eugene Price, Charles McDaniel, Herb Meadow, Del Reisman, Lloyd Richards, Frank Dandridge, John Furia, Calvin Clements Jr., Simon Muntner, Jason McKinnon, Halsted Welles, Gustave Field, Kittridge Barton, Spooner Glass, Howard Dimsdale, David Moessinger, Daniel B. Ullman, Gene L. Coon

Creators

Ed Spielman

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Producers

Jerry Thorpe Executive Producer
Alex Beaton Producer
Jerry Thorpe Producer
Herman Miller Producer
John Furia Producer

Editors

Gary Griffin, Albert P. Wilson, David Rawlins, George Watters, Bill Lewis, Carroll Sax

1975 Emmy Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Series Nominated
1974 Golden Globe Best TV Actor - Drama Nominated
1973 Golden Globe Best Movie Made for TV Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series - Continuing Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding New Series Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama Series - Continuing) Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama - A Single Program of a Series with Continuing Characters and/or Theme Won
1973 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Won
1973 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Makeup Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Makeup Won
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