The adventures of a Shaolin Monk as he wanders the American West armed only with his skill in Kung Fu.
Caine goes to visit Caleb Brown and his family, last seen in The Well. Caleb's son, Daniel, is fishing with the local doctor's son, when both are kidnapped, by a vengeful ex-Confederate Sergeant. The Sergeant hopes to use them to lure the doctor to him to
Serenity Johnson, the blind preacher last seen in The Nature Of Evil, asks Caine to help escort him with a shipment to San Fransisco. What neither one of them knows is that stolen silver bars are hidden in the shipment, and people involved in the robbery
I saw this series almost 40 years after it was released, but its excellence made the viewing experience timeless. David Carradine plays the immigrant drifter Caine, who walks through the Wild West encountering different situations, people, etc, there was a different plot for each episode. This was more a "Drama" than a "Western" but the interesting sparring moves and Caine's relaxed personality made it a decent alternative to the more violent and rowdy martial arts movies that released around that time. I was expecting to see a martial arts series in the wild west, but "Kung Fu" is its own genre. The teachings of Masters Po and Khan are wonderful and make you think about life.
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