Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

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Kung Fu: The Legend Continues is an American-Canadian action/crime drama series and sequel to the original 1972–1975 television series Kung Fu. While the original Kung Fu series was set in the American old west, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues was set in modern times. read more

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues is an American-Canadian action/crime drama series and sequel to the original 1972–1975 television series Kung Fu. While the original Kung Fu series was set in the American old west, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues was set in modern times. It starred David Carradine and Chris Potter as a father and son trained in kung fu – Carradine playing a Shaolin monk, Potter a police detective. The series aired in syndication for four seasons from January 27, 1993 to January 1, 1997, and was broadcast in over 70 countries. Filming took place in Toronto, Ontario. Reruns of the show have been aired on TNT.

Original Release

01/27/1993 on TNT

US Release

01/27/1993

Cast

Chris Potter Peter Caine
Nathaniel Moreau Young Peter Caine
David Carradine Kwai Chang Caine
Richard Anderson Narrator
William Dunlop Chief of Detectives Frank Strenlich
Kim Chan Lo Si / Ping Hai
Robert Nicholson Det. Blake
Kim Chan Lo Si
Belinda Metz Det. Jody Powell
Victoria Snow Det. Mary Margaret Skalany
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Dark Vision Monday, 29 January 1996
2 The First Temple Monday, 05 February 1996
3 Circle of Light Monday, 12 February 1996
4 Prism Wednesday, 21 February 1996
5 Black Widow Monday, 26 February 1996
6 Shaolin Shot Monday, 22 April 1996
7 Phoenix Monday, 29 April 1996
8 Special Forces Monday, 06 May 1996
9 Dragon's Lair Monday, 13 May 1996
10 Veil of Tears Monday, 20 May 1996
11 Chill Ride Monday, 30 September 1996
12 Escape Monday, 07 October 1996
13 Who Is Kwai Chang Caine? Monday, 21 October 1996
14 Storm Warning Wednesday, 23 October 1996
15 A Shaolin Treasure Monday, 28 October 1996
16 Dark Side of Chi Wednesday, 06 November 1996
17 Ancient Love Monday, 11 November 1996
18 Blackout Monday, 18 November 1996
19 Time Prisoners Monday, 25 November 1996
20 Requiem Monday, 02 December 1996
21 A Shaolin Christmas Monday, 23 December 1996
22 May I Talk with You Wednesday, 01 January 1997
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Directors

Zale Dalen, Jon Cassar, Mario Azzopardi, Allan King, George Mendeluk, Joseph L. Scanlan, Peter Crane, Allan Kroeker, Graeme Campbell, René Bonnière, Steve DiMarco, T.J. Scott, William Gereghty, Alan Simmons, Jud Taylor, John Wood, George Bloomfield, David Warry-Smith, Don McCutcheon, Alan Simmonds, Michael M. Vendrell, Jeff Woolnough, Penelope Buitenhuis, Jorge Montesi, Terry Ingram, Bill Corcoran, Ken Girotti, Paul Lynch, William Shatner, Bo Svenson, Neill Fearnley

Writers

Michael Sloan, Reuben Leder, Maurice Hurley, Martin Borycki, Philip Bedard, Larry Lalonde, Steve Hattman, Damian Kindler, Robert McCullough, John Considine, Richard Side, Bill Taub, Phil Combest, Stephen A. Miller, Garner Simmons, Simon Muntner, Rob Gilmer, Tom Blomquist, Nicholas Corea, Mark Lisson , Jack Blum, Gordon Farr, Sharon Corder, Robert Bielak, Stephen Lord, David Carradine

Cast

Chris Potter Peter Caine
Nathaniel Moreau Young Peter Caine
David Carradine Kwai Chang Caine
Richard Anderson Narrator
William Dunlop Chief of Detectives Frank Strenlich
Kim Chan Lo Si / Ping Hai
Robert Nicholson Det. Blake
Kim Chan Lo Si
Belinda Metz Det. Jody Powell
Victoria Snow Det. Mary Margaret Skalany
John Bourgeois Sgt. John Broderick
Scott Wentworth Det. Kermit Griffin
Robert Lansing Paul Blaisdell
Kate Trotter Capt. Karen Simms
Rob Moses Master Khan
Calista Carradine Cheryl Hines
David Hewlett Dr. Nicholas (Nickie) Elder
Matt Trueman Terry
Nicole Oliver Det. Kelly Blaine
Catherine Blythe Sandra Mason

Producers

Editors

Teresa Hannigan, Rik Morden, Bill Goddard, Brian Q. Kelley, Mike Lee, Tom Joerin

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