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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Kung Fu' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'Kung Fu':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns.)

February 22, 1972: The Way Of The Tiger, The Sign Of The Dragon
Season 0, episode 1
W: Ed Spielman, Howard Friedlander   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Barry Sullivan (Dillon), Albert Salmi (Raif), Wayne Maunder (McKay), Benson Fong (Han Fei), Richard Loo (Master Sun), Roy Jenson (Fuller), Robert Ito (Fong).
In the 19th century, an orphan of a Chinese-American marriage is schooled at a Shaolin monastery in China, learning philosophy and self-defense. Later, he is forced to flee and comes to the American West with a price on his head from the Chinese government, and must face bounty hunters as well as agents of the Emperor who are determined to kill him. Pilot for the series.

October 14, 1972: King Of The Mountain
Season 1, episode 1
W: Herman Miller   D: Jerry Thorpe

With John Saxon (Raven), Brandon Cruz (Peter Gideon), Mills Watson (Turpin), Ken Lynch (Percy McCoy), Gary McLarty (Frank McCoy), Paul Harper (Amos), Mark Allen (Postmaster), Ivy Bethune (Jennie McCoy), Larry Finley (Blacksmith), Lara Parker (Amy Allender), Robert F. Hoy (Curry McCoy).
David Carradine stars as Caine, a Chinese-American fugitive working on the American frontier of the 1870s. In the first of three dramas this season, Caine befriends a young boy whose father was killed by Indians.

November 11, 1972: Dark Angel
Season 1, episode 2
W: Herman Miller   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Robert Carradine (Sonny Jim), John Carradine (Serenity Johnson), Dean Jagger (Henry Caine), Adrienne Marden (Coralee), Paul Harper (Davey Peartree), James Griffith (Purdy).
Caine befriends a dying prospector whose map of a gold mine leads to tragedy.

January 18, 1973: Blood Brother
Season 1, episode 3
W: Herman Miller   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Benson Fong (Soong), John Anderson (Benjamin Dundee), Robert Urich (Greg Dundee), Scott Hylands (Randy), Clu Gulager (Sheriff Rutledge), Kathleen Lloyd (Livvy McKenzie), Frank Michael Liu (Lew Soong), Frank Orsatti (Cole), Jack Verbois (Hoot), Robert Emhardt (Postmaster), Paul Bryar (Pop Fuller).
Caine, the Chinese-American fugitive living during the hectic frontier days of the latter half of the 19th century, tries to locate a one-time fellow disciple and finds the trail leads to death.

January 25, 1973: An Eye For An Eye
Season 1, episode 4
W: John Furia Jr.   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Tim McIntire (Samuel Buchanan), Lane Bradbury (Annie Buchanan), Harry Townes (Amos Buchanan), Ross Elliott (Capt. Burns), Robert Wilke (Bridgers), L.Q. Jones (Sgt. Straight), Parley Baer (Dr. Gormley).
Caine fights to inculcate a revenge-filled family with his calm sense of forgiveness and life when they seek out the Army sergeant who raped their young daughter.

February 1, 1973: The Tide
Season 1, episode 5
W: A. Martin Zweiback   D: Walter Doniger

With Andrew Duggan (Sheriff Boggs), Tina Chen (Su Yen Lu), Brian Tochi (Ho Fong), Kenneth O'Brien (Mr. Jenkins), Robert Donner (Houlton), Rosalind Chao (Dancer), Mako (Wong Ti Lu), James Hong (Old Man).
Caine's search for his half-brother leads him to a town ruled by a crooked sheriff.

February 8, 1973: The Soul Is The Warrior
Season 1, episode 6
W: Ron Bishop   D: Richard Lang

With Jim Davis (Walker), Pat Hingle (Sheriff Thoms), Shelly Novack (Breck Rankin), John Doucette (Ed Rankin), Robert Foulk (Moss), Les Lannom (Billy Thoms), Robin Raymond (Molly), E.A. Sirianni (Wide Ed), Norman Leavitt (Burt Proctor).
Caine's quest to meet his half-brother Danny leads him to a ranch where his sibling once worked, and plunges the priest into a confrontation with a tyrant.

February 15, 1973: Nine Lives
Season 1, episode 7
W: Henry Salley, Edward Haldeman, Herb Meadow   D: Allen Reisner

With Albert Salmi (Shawn Mulhare), Geraldine Brooks (Widow Tackaberry), Merlin Olsen (Perlee Skowrin), Dana Elcar (Pritikin), Ross Hagen (Herman Skowrin), Michael Cameron (George Skowrin), Royal Dano (Henry Skowrin).
Caine is exiled from a gold mining camp with a prospector who has accidentally killed a cat, the camp's good luck talisman.

February 22, 1973: Sun And Cloud Shadow
Season 1, episode 8
W: Halsted Welles   D: Robert Butler

With Clyde Kusatsu (Ying's Son), Morgan Woodward (Col. Binns), Richard Hatch (Dave), Soon-Teck Oh (Kwan Chen), Ron Feinberg (Ezekiel), Dennis Lee Smith (Doug Binns), John Mamo (Ying), Homer Garrett (Ernie), Erik Cord (Cowboy), Bob Bralver (Miner), Tad Horino (First Elder).
A rich man threatens to break up a Chinese settlement because his son is in love with a local girl.

March 8, 1973: The Praying Mantis Kills
Season 1, episode 9
W: Robert Lewin   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Norman Alden (Sheriff Crossman), Wendell Burton (Crossman), William Schallert (Willis Roper), Don Knight (Darrow), Jason Wingreen (Mr. Kennemer), Murray MacLeod (Arnold), Bill Fletcher (Fox), Dennis Redfield (Victor), Karen Morley (Mrs. Roper), James Weatherill (Weever), Richard Collier (Grissom), Victor Sen Yung (Master Ling).
Using the insights he acquired as a youth in China, Caine aids a boy on the path to manhood during a difficult time.

March 15, 1973: Alethea
Season 1, episode 10
W: William Kelley   D: John Badham

With Jodie Foster (Alethea Ingram), Kenneth Tobey (Sheriff Ingram), Byron Mabe (Cranch), William Mims (Jezdale), Frank Wilcox (Judge Moon), Charles Tyner (Larrabee), Khigh Dhiegh (Shang Tzu), Lee Lampert (Tork Wittner), R.L. Armstrong (Clancy Pratt), Regis Cordic (Stoddard), William Vaughan (Sampler Harte), Alex Henteloff (Abner Tutt), Bob Bralver (Crowder).
Caine goes man-hunting to teach the truth to a little girl who thinks she has saved him from the gallows by lying.

March 22, 1973: Chains
Season 1, episode 11
W: Gene L. Coon   D: Robert Butler

With Michael Green (Huntoon), Warren Vanders (Sgt. Bedford), Geoffrey Lewis (Johnson), Larry Bishop (Maj. Trapnell), Ben Frank (Turnkey), Bob Bralver (Guard), Norman Stevens (Drill Sergeant).
Caine is imprisoned at an army outpost but escapes despite being chained to his hulking, mountain-man cellmate, and they are pursued by a relentless sergeant.

April 5, 1973: Superstition
Season 1, episode 12
W: Ed Waters   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Ford Rainey (Jacob Sterne), Fred Sadoff (Ward Bannock), Roy Jenson (Rupp), Woodrow Parfrey (Denver Peck), Don Dubbins (Meader), Mike Mazurki (Hannibal).
Arrested on a trumped-up charge, Caine is put to work in a mine which is located in an old Indian burial ground. As the workers begin to trust him, Caine finds himself threatened by the ruthless mine operators.

April 12, 1973: The Stone
Season 1, episode 13
W: A. Martin Zweiback   D: Robert Butler

With Ike Eisenmann (Todd Lovitt), Gregory Sierra (Zolly), Sean Marshall (Able Lovitt), Moses Gunn (Isaac Montola), Kelly Jean Peters (Martha Lovitt), Kiel Martin (Marshal), William Lucking (Quade), Brian Andrews (Harpy Lovitt), Chuck Hayward (Sheriff).
In a western town which seems to have gone mad with violence and intrigue, Caine receives an unusual offer from three innocent-looking children -- $4.08 to kill someone.

April 26, 1973: The Third Man
Season 1, episode 14
W: Robert Lewin   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Ed Nelson (Sheriff Raha), Sheree North (Noreen Gallagher), Robert F. Hoy (Norris), John Alderson (Wray), Barbara Stuart (Fay), Fred Beir (Jim Gallagher), Vic Perrin (Eldon Riddle), Philip Ahn (Master Kan), Keye Luke (Master Po).
A gambler on a hot streak entrusts his winnings to Caine. But the money is stolen, the gambler is killed, and Caine challenges the killer to be his own judge and the woman he loves to accept the verdict.

May 3, 1973: The Ancient Warrior
Season 1, episode 15
W: A. Martin Zweiback   D: Robert Butler

With Will Geer (Judge Marcus), Chief Dan George (Ancient Warrior), Kenneth O'Brien (Arlo), Denver Pyle (Mayor Simms), Victor French (Sheriff Pool), G.D. Spradlin (Lucas Bass), William Katt (Andy), Clay Turner (Ty), Bucklind Beery (Gil), Richard Young (Vern), Gary Busey (Josh).
Caine helps a dying Indian return to his native valley for burial and creates consternation in an embittered western town.

September 27, 1973: The Well
Season 2, episode 1
W: Kittridge Barton   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Tim McIntire (Mitch), Hal Williams (Caleb Brown), Mae Mercer (Elizabeth Brown), Ta-Ronce Allen (Juliet Brown), George Spell (Daniel Brown), Robert Karnes (Parkes), Chuck Hayward (Drifter), Jane Lambert (Bess Hawkins).
A former slave's distrust of everyone provides a challenge to Caine's philosophy after he is nursed back to health by the black man's family, only to face a vengeful deputy sheriff.

October 4, 1973: The Assassin
Season 2, episode 2
W: Spooner Glass, Daniel Ullman   D: Richard Lang

With Dana Elcar (Noah Jones), Nobu McCarthy (Mrs. Swan), James Keach (Abe Jones), William Glover (Swan), Robert Ito (Blacksmith), Beverly Kushida (Akiko), Wayne Storm (Barlow), Phil Chambers (Mackey), Wayne Foster (Carey).
Caine, in saving the life of a man ambushed by an unknown killer, is suspected of being a hired assassin. He also discovers himself to be the object of affection of a half-Japanese, half-English girl.

October 11, 1973: The Chalice
Season 2, episode 3
W: William Kelley   D: Jerry Thorpe

With William Smith (Luther Staggers), Gilbert Roland (Padre Braganza), Lee Paul (Gilchrist), Charles Dierkop (Traphagen), Pepe Serna (Los Vidrios), Victor Millan (Padre Benito), Victor Arco (Diaz), Stafford Repp (Father Clancy), Steve Chambers (Kunkel), Rick Hurst (Tubbs), Clay Tanner (U.S. Marshal).
Honoring a dying Franciscan priest's request to find and return a stolen chalice, Caine crosses paths with a vengeful man.

October 25, 1973: The Brujo
Season 2, episode 4
W: Katharyn Michaelian, Michael Michaelian   D: Richard Lang

With Henry Darrow (Don Fierro), Maria Elena Cordero (Maria), Emilo Fernandez (Carlos), Benson Fong (Sorcerer Liu), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Esteban), Felipe Turich (Tadeo), Fernando Escandon (Miguel), Julio Medina (Father Salazar).
Caine's knowledge of sorcery is put to the test when he comes upon a town under the spell of a male witch.

November 1, 1973: The Squaw Man
Season 2, episode 5
W: Arthur Dales   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Jack Elam (Marcus Taylor), Elliott Street (Aaron), Logan Ramsey (Abel), Rosanna DeSoto (Kiona), Rex Holman (Canby), Hal Baylor (Sam Blake), James Hong (Lin).
Confronted with ignorance and prejudice, Caine saves an outcast from turning a brief moment of glory into disaster for himself and his pregnant Indian wife.

November 8, 1973: The Spirit Helper
Season 2, episode 6
W: John T. Dugan   D: Walter Doniger

With Bo Svenson (Pike), Scott Hylands (Saunders), Don Johnson (Nashebo), James A. Watson Jr. (Diego).
Caine attempts to teach the futility of revenge to a young Indian boy whose mother has been kidnapped by Comancheros.

November 15, 1973: The Tong
Season 2, episode 7
W: Robert Schlitt   D: Robert Totten

With Tad Horino (Li), Richard Loo (Chen), Diana Douglas (Sister Richardson), Carey Wong (Wing), Kinjo Shibuya (Ah Quong).
Without returning violence for violence, Caine tries to end the tyranny of a Chinese crime boss and liberate a boy slave.

November 29, 1973: The Soldier
Season 2, episode 8
W: Ed Waters   D: Richard Lang

With Tim Matheson (Lt. Wyland), Myron Healey (Capt. Malchy), John Dennis (Sgt. Dismore), Douglas Dirkson (Hamel), Margaret Fairchild (Catherine Piper), Frank Whiteman (Jim Piper), Skip Riley (Graf), Wayne Heffley (Reede).
Caine witnesses a young Army officer's cowardice and becomes a hunted man as a result.

December 6, 1973: The Salamander
Season 2, episode 9
W: Del Reisman   D: Richard Lang

With David Huddleston (Nathaniel), Ed Flanders (Alonzo Davis), Ramon Bieri (John Bates), James Lee Reeves (Andy), Bill McLean (Brew).
Caine comes to a bankrupt mining town and meets a retarded boy, who is the target of a claim jumper.

December 13, 1973: The Hoots
Season 2, episode 10
W: Lionel E. Siegel   D: Robert Totten

With Howard Da Silva (Otto Schultz), Laurie Prange (Gretchen Klempt), Jock Mahoney (Kyle Davidson), Rance Howard (Sheriff Byrd), Tom Waters (Ferguson), Link Wyler (Tate), Ed McCready (Schroeder), Anthony Zerbe (Paul Klempt).
Caine, in delivering a religious sect from persecution, finds himself caught in a simmering feud brought about by lack of tolerance.

December 20, 1973: The Elixir
Season 2, episode 11
W: A. Martin Zweiback   D: Walter Doniger

With Diana Muldaur (Theodora), David Canary (Frank Grogan), Don Megowan (Quinn), Matt Clark (Niebo), Richard Caine (Wade Grogan), Walter Barnes (Sheriff), Henry Wills (Joe), Gary Eppler (Billy).
A beautiful woman's independence, a crippled man's love for her and a jealous suitor provide a dangerous challenge to Caine.

January 3, 1974: The Gunman
Season 2, episode 12
W: Robert Newin   D: Richard Lang

With James Weatherill (Deputy), Andrew Prine (White), Katherine Woodville (Nedra Chamberlain), Jack Riley (Jed Royal), Sandy Kenyon (Sheriff), Alan Fudge (Bob Gardner), Herbert Nelson (Sam Cogan).
Caine helps a man being tracked by a bounty hunter and puts his own life in jeopardy.

January 10, 1974: Empty Pages Of A Dead Book
Season 2, episode 13
W: Charles A. McDaniel   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Robert Foxworth (McNelly), Slim Pickens (Bart Fisher), Nate Esformes (Judge Alonzo), Bruce Carradine (Sheriff), Doreen Lang (Grandma McNelly), James Storm (Joe Billy), Tom Stovall (Luwaine), Tim Haldeman (Jason), Raymond Chao (Yat Sen).
The price of justice comes high when Caine and a Texas lawman find themselves outside the law and accused of killing a man.

January 17, 1974: A Dream Within A Dream
Season 2, episode 14
W: John T. Dugan   D: Richard Lang

With Tina Louise (Carol Mercer), Howard Duff (Noah Fleck), Sorrell Booke (Sheriff Hodges), John Barrymore Jr. (Alex McGregor), Ruth Roman (Rhoda Norman), Mark Miller (Horace Mercer), Bennie Dobbins (Todd), Fred Lerner (Blaney), Tony Epper (Dirk), Rudy Diaz (Toluca).
Caine's discovery of the body of a town's leading citizen causes him to be accused of murdering the man.

January 24, 1974: The Way Of Violence Has No Mind
Season 2, episode 15
W: David Michael Korn   D: Lee Philips

With Ron Soble (Sheriff), Fritz Weaver (Hillquist), Robert Ito (Capt. Lee), Gary Merrill (Hoyle), June Vincent (Meg), Ted Gehring (Sarnicky), William Traylor (Maulpede), Jesse Dizon (Quoy), Victor Sen Yung (Chu).
Caine finds himself caught in the middle when a trio of Chinese "Robin Hood" raiders prey on claim jumpers.

February 7, 1974: In Uncertain Bondage
Season 2, episode 16
W: Abe Polsky, Ed Waters   D: Richard Lang

With Warren Vanders (Tait), Judy Pace (Jenny), Lynda Day George (Dora), Roger E. Mosley (Seth).
While offering medical assistance to a woman, Caine unwittingly becomes involved in her abduction and is held hostage by the criminals.

February 14, 1974: Night Of The Owls, Day Of The Doves
Season 2, episode 17
W: Ed Waters   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Anne Francis (Ida Quinlan), Barry Atwater (Kyle Thurmond), Clare Nono (Cinnamon), Arlene Farber (Faye), Ken Swofford (Frazer), Rayford Barnes (Sheriff Bryce), Juno Dawson (Billie), Paul Harper (Sam Wallace), George Dzundza (Evans), Ted White (Greene), Julie Andelman (Lisa).
Caine stops to help a wounded man and ends up tangling with vigilantes trying to wrest the man's will away from his benefactors.

February 21, 1974: Crossties
Season 2, episode 18
W: Robert Schlitt   D: Richard Lang

With Andrew Robinson (Johnny), Denver Pyle (Dr. Colton), Barry Sullivan (Edwards), John Anderson (Youngblood), Harrison Ford (Mr. Harrison), Dennis Fimple (Riley), Eric Server (Miller), Rolfe Sedan (Stationmaster), Sandy Ignon (Tom).
Caine steps in to stop a war between a group of farmers who feel the railroad has cheated them and tried to keep the line from crossing their property, and the Pinkerton detectives who are hired to stop them.

February 28, 1974: The Passion Of Chen Yi
Season 2, episode 19
W: John T. Dugan   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Bethel Leslie (Rita Coblenz), Robert Middleton (Marshal Ford), Marianna Hill (Louise Coblenz), Soon-Teck Oh (Chen Yi), Arch Johnson (Larkin), Ivor Francis (Poindexter), James Hong (Yam Tin).
Caine gets himself arrested for bank robbery in his quest to prove the innocence of a former Shaolin proest jailed for murder.

March 14, 1974: The Arrogant Dragon
Season 2, episode 20
W: Katharyn Michaelian, Michael Michaelian   D: Richard Lang

With Richard Loo (Wu Chang), James Hong (Men Han), Clyde Kusatsu, Yuki Shimada (Bandit), Jocelyne Lew (Kem), Edward Walsh (Jake), Dalton Leong (Sun Lai), Tommy Lee (Apothecary), Nathan Jung (Dark Rider), Russ Grieve (Man), Arthur Song (Tong Member), Hubert Wing (Chi).
An old man seeking to leave a deadly Tong looks to Caine for a way of escape.

March 21, 1974: The Nature Of Evil
Season 2, episode 21
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Robert M. Lewis

With Morgan Woodward (The Adversary), Shelly Novack (Bascomb), John Carradine (Serenity Johnson), Barbara Colby (Josie), Kelly Thordsen (Mule Jesse), James Gammon (Jake), Robert Donley (Sam), Bartlett Robinson (Max).
Caine tests his strength against three elements of evil -- death, ugliness and fear -- in dealing with an unusual adversary.

April 4, 1974: The Cenotaph (1)
Season 2, episode 22
W: William Kelley   D: Richard Lang

With Nancy Kwan (Mayli Ho), Stefan Gierasch (Lane McBurney / Kai Tong), Michael Pataki (Buskirk), Robert Ridgley (Whipple), Ned Romero (Lame Dog), Ed Bakey (Bloom), Ivan Naranjo (Tall Pot), Milton Parsons (Rev. Stekel), Irene Tedrow (Mrs. Stekel), Don Hanmer (Jaffe), James Weatherill (Merton).
Caine meets a Scotsman who has hijacked a gold-transporting stagecoach to haul an enormous box that he claims is his dead Sioux wife's coffin.

April 11, 1974: The Cenotaph (2)
Season 2, episode 23
W: William Kelley   D: Richard Lang

With Nancy Kwan (Mayli Ho), Stefan Gierasch (McBurney / Kai Tong), Michael Pataki (Buskirk), Robert Ridgley (Whipple), Ned Romero (Lame Dog), Ed Bakey (Bloom), Ben Cooper (Goodnight), Ivan Naranjo (Tall Pot), Frank Ferguson (Bissell), Don Hanmer (Jaffe), Tim Haldeman (Shattrow).
Caine and Logan arrive at the Sioux burial ground, to bury what Caine believes is Logan's wife in a huge crate, and are confronted by angry Sioux warriors who feel they are trespassing.

September 14, 1974: Blood Of The Dragon (1)
Season 3, episode 1
W: John T. Dugan   D: Richard Lang

With Patricia Neal (Sara Kingsley), Eddie Albert (Dr. Baxter), Clyde Kusatsu (Han Su Lok), Season Hubley (Margit McLean), Tom Reese (Sheriff), Kay E. Kuter (Vinnie), Kerry MacLane (Richie), Jake Sheffield (Perkins), Kam Yuen (Wong Ti), Wilbur Chang (Sun Lo).
The third season begins with a two-hour episode. A woman with power in high sources and filled with hate sends Caine's own cousin to kill him, not knowing that three Chinese specialists are in America for the same purpose.

September 21, 1974: A Small Beheading
Season 3, episode 2
W: Eugene Price   D: Richard Lang

With William Shatner (Capt. Gage), Rosemary Forsyth (Ellie), France Nuyen (Lady Ching), James Hong (Hwang Kyu), Yuki Shimada (Injured Man), Tony Brubaker (Murphy), Kinji Shibuya (Pan Chao), Frances Fong (Woman), Jeanne Joe (Ta Hsia).
Caine is offered a chance to return to China after a sea captain delivers a pardon from the Emperor. The pardon, however, has one condition: Caine must lose a finger.

September 28, 1974: This Valley Of Terror
Season 3, episode 3
W: Katharyn Michaelian, Michael Michaelian   D: Harry Harris

With James Hong (Madman), Sondra Locke (Gwyneth), Howard Duff (Jenkins), Jan Sterling (Mrs. Jenkins), Joe Renteria (Brings Plenty), Ken Swofford (Tracer), John Quade (Johnson), Bobby Clark (Father), Bill Catching (Frank).
A journey to mysterious Indian burial grounds -- and into the frightening recesses of the human mind -- awaits Caine when he encounters a woman who has escaped from an insane asylum.

October 5, 1974: The Predators
Season 3, episode 4
W: John Menken, Lloyd Richards, Ed Waters   D: Harry Harris

With Cal Bellini (Hoskay), Anthony Zerbe (Rafe), George DiCenzo (Jess), Robert Phillips (Mutala), Frank Michael Liu (Teh-Soong), Richard Narita (Dsciple), Robert Sorrells (Scalper).
Caine escapes from jail and invades the lair of vicious bounty hunters in search of the only witness who can clear him.

October 12, 1974: My Brother, My Executioner
Season 3, episode 5
W: John T. Dugan   D: Jerry Thorpe

With A Martinez (Slade), John Vernon (Forbes), James Wainwright (Danny Caine), Carol Lawrence (Ada), Richard Kelton (Curley Bill Graham), Clay Tanner (Sheriff Talley), Mina Martinez (Dolores), Beulah Quo (Mai Chi), John Fujioka (Huang Chu), Adrienne Marden (Coralee).
Caine finally locates his brother, but must first tangle with two gun fighters each seeking the honor of killing him.

October 19, 1974: Cry Of The Night Beast
Season 3, episode 6
W: Abe Polsky, Ed Waters   D: Richard Lang

With Stefanie Powers (Edna), Don Stroud (Neulin), Alex Henteloff (Dixon), Victor Jory (Fred), Kenneth O'Brien (Landry), John War Eagle (Tashaka), Jim Boles (Mooney), Don Keefer (The stripper), Erik Cord (Halper), Albert Salmi (Reuben Branch).
Caine is drawn into a strange adventure involving a buffalo calf and a hunter bent on killing it.

November 1, 1974: The Garments Of Rage
Season 3, episode 7
W: Theodore Apstein, Ed Waters, Herman Miller   D: Marc Daniels

With James Hong (Han Tsung), James Shigeta (Master Kwan Li), James Olson (Damion), Harrison Page (Pete), Larry J. Blake (Foreman), Lincoln Demyan (Stanley), Michael F. Blake (Joe), Johnny Yune (Messenger), Jay Jay Jue (Nephew).
A warrior, physically and mentally controlled by a madman, threatens the life of Master Kwan.

November 8, 1974: The Devil's Champion
Season 3, episode 8
W: Katharyn Michaelian, Michael Michaelian, David Korn   D: Robert Lewis

With Richard Loo (Weapons Master), Soon-Teck Oh (Yi Lien), Frank Michael Liu (Huo), Victoria Racimo (Lady Mei), John Fujioka (Hsiang), Jennifer Ann Lee (Daughter), Dale Ishimoto (Weapon Maker).
A former Shaolin master turns outlaw, and the burden of stopping him lands on Caine's shoulders.

November 15, 1974: Besieged, Part 1: Death On Cold Mountain
Season 3, episode 9
W: William Kelley, Ed Waters, David Michael Korn   D: David Carradine

With Victor Sen Yung (Tamo), Yuki Shimada (Shun Low), Barbara Hershey (Nan Chi), Richard Nartia (Kang Li), Khigh Dhiegh (Warlord Sing), Sam Hiona (Hake Tao), Dana Lee (Lieutenant), George Chiang (Sentry).
Caine and his monks are besieged by troops who have already destroyed a Shaolin temple.

November 22, 1974: Besieged, Part 2: Cannon At The Gates
Season 3, episode 10
W: William Kelley, Ed Waters, David Michael Korn   D: David Carradine

With Victor Sen Yung (Tamo), Yuki Shimada (Shun Low), Barbara Hershey (Nan Chi), Richard Nartia (Kang Li), Khigh Dhiegh (Warlord Sing), Sam Hiona (Hake Tao), Dana Lee (Lieutenant), George Chiang (Sentry).
Caine and a Shaolin nun attempt to stop a warlord and his army from destroying the Shaolins and their temple.

December 13, 1974: The Demon God
Season 3, episode 11
W: Jim Helms, George Clayton Johnson, David Michael Korn   D: David Carradine

With Tad Horino (Chemist), Victor Sen Yung (Old Mandarin), Brian Tochi (Shen Ung), Michael Greene (Aztec Priest), Robert Tessier (Aztec Warrior), Brenda Venus (Aztec Woman), Kansuma Fujima (Choreographer), Miyako Kurata (Ghost), Shizue Fukuchi (Drummer), Nami Shingu (Dancer).
Caine has to contend with a landslide that traps him, and when he escapes he encounters a hostle group of Aztec Indians.

December 20, 1974: The Vanishing Image
Season 3, episode 12
W: Gustave Field   D: Barry Crane

With Lew Ayres (Beaumont), Tom Nardini (Matoska), Benson Fong (Li Yu), Jonathan Hole (Hobbs), Bill Saito (Sai Si).
Caine's search for his brother leads him to a dying photographer who may hold the key to his quest.

January 11, 1975: A Lamb To The Slaughter
Season 3, episode 13
W: Robert Specht, David Michael Korn   D: Harry Harris

With Barbara Luna (Isela), Alejandro Rey (Matteo), Joe Santos (Sanjero), Julio Medina (Padre), Roberto Contreras (Regas), Richard Yniguez (Jaibo), Bill Fletcher (Father).
Caine helps Mexican villagers regain independence from protectors whose services are no longer necessary.

January 18, 1975: The Forbidden Kingdom
Season 3, episode 14
W: Bernard B. Bossick, Lary H. Gibson   D: Gordon Hessler

With Clyde Kusatsu (Po San), James Shigeta (Col. Lin Pei), Adele Yoshioka (Po Li), Bob Okazaki (Sou Kin), Jesse Dizon (Apprentice), Wendy Tochi (Po Sing), Jerry Fujikawa (Pottery Man), Evan Kim (Lieutenant).
In a story taking place in China shortly after the death of Master Po and Caine's slaying of a member of the emperor's family, Caine attempts to elude the palace guards searching for him.

January 25, 1975: One Step To Darkness
Season 3, episode 15
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Marc Daniels

With Leslie Charleson (Amy), Byron Mabe (Sgt. Craig), Bruce Carradine (Capt. Starbuck), Lloyd Kino (Doctor), David Huddleston (Shelby Cross), Frances Fong (Nurse), Wilford Brimley (Blacksmith), James Weatherill (Benson), Allan Melvin (Voice of the Demon), Jay Jones (Demon).
Caine enters the spirit world to exorcise a demon and save a woman from the horrors of drug addiction.

February 8, 1975: Battle Hymn
Season 3, episode 16
W: D.C. Fontana, Herman Miller   D: Barry Crane

With Jose Feliciano (Jonno Marcada), Cannonball Adderley (Trim Delavalle), Beverly Garland (Theresa Hobart), Joe Maross (Mike Barrow), John Bennett Perry (Hank Archer), James Victor (Raoul), Chuck Hicks (Saxon).
A pair of musicians get help from Caine in their search for a boyhood dream that turns into a nightmare of human greed.

February 15, 1975: Barbary House
Season 3, episode 17
W: Stephen Karpf, Elinor Karpf   D: Marc Daniels

With Tim McIntire (Danny Caine), Ted Gehring (Fuller), Ji-Tu Cumbuka (Omar), Valentin de Vargas (Mendoza), Leslie Nielsen (Vincent Corbino), Maidie Norman (Omar's Mother), Lois Nettleton (Delonia Cartell), Lisa Todd (Lilly), John Lupton (McCord), Al Checco (Referee), John Blyth Barrymore (Zeke Caine).
Caine learns that Danny might be working at a gambling hall that features bare-knuckle boxing.

February 22, 1975: Flight To Orion
Season 3, episode 18
W: Stephen Karpf, Elinor Karpf   D: Marc Daniels

With Valentin de Vargas (Mendoza), Don Keefer (Station Keeper), Lois Nettleton (Delonia), John Blyth Barrymore (Zeke Caine), John Lupton (McCord), Ned Romero (Indian Leader), Ted Gehring (Fuller).
In the continuing story of Caine's search for his brother Danny, Caine sets out on a perilous journey with Danny's wife and son.

March 1, 1975: The Brothers Caine
Season 3, episode 19
W: Stephen Karpf, Elinor Karpf   D: Harry Harris

With Tim McIntire (Danny Caine), Joanna Moore (Lula Morgan), Leslie Nielsen (Vincent Corbino), John Vernon (Gen. Cantrell), John Blyth Barrymore (Zeke Caine), Carl Weathers (Bad Sam), Frank Michael Liu (Yo-Lin).
Danny Caine is made to believe that his brother, Caine, is a hired assasin who must be shot on sight.

March 15, 1975: Full Circle
Season 3, episode 20
W: Stephen Karpf, Elinor Karpf   D: Marc Daniels

With Tim McIntire (Danny Caine), Leslie Nielsen (Vincent Corbino), A Martinez (Tigre), John Vernon (Gen. Cantrell), John Blyth Barrymore (Zeke Caine), Ted Gehring (Fuller), Jacques Aubuchon (Frenchie), Tony Epper (Bounty Hunter), David Bond (Henry).
Caine and his half-brother Danny try to wrest Danny's son from the boy's wealthy grandfather.

March 29, 1975: The Thief Of Chendo
Season 3, episode 21
W: Bernard B. Bossick, Lary H. Gibson, Simon Muntner, Norman Katkov   D: Harry Harris

With Tad Horino (Priest), James Hong (Chun Yen), Harushi (Sing Tao), Clare Nono (Mei Ming), John Fujioka (Shen Ming Tien), Beulah Quo (Madame Chun), Jeanna Joe (Lutien), Bill Saito (The Murderer), Dale Ishimoto (Palace Guard).
Caine joins forces with a clever thief to dispose of a ruthless provincial Grand Duke who has gained the throne through deceit and murder.

April 4, 1975: Ambush
Season 3, episode 22
W: John T. Dugan   D: Alex Beaton

With John Carradine (Serenity Johnson), Rhoda Fleming (Jennie Malone), Pat Morita (Arthur Chen), Timothy Carey (Bix Courtney), Kay E. Kuter (Marshal), William Mims (Sheriff), Gene Dynarski (Fred), Fred Borden (Roberts), Randy Boone (Spiff), Suzannah Brin (Alice).
A blind friend responds to a mysterious summons from a woman who once robbed him of $1,000.

April 26, 1975: The Last Raid
Season 3, episode 23
W: John T. Dugan   D: Alex Beaton

With Hal Williams (Caleb Brown), L.Q. Jones (Major Bealson), Charles Aidman (Dr. Cooper), Charles Haid (Sheriff), Hoke Howell (Lt. Vernum), Mae Mercer (Elizabeth), George Spell (Danny), Craig Hundley (Jimmy), Ivy Bethune (Mrs. Wright), Ta Rounce Allen (Juliet), James Vett (Sgt. Sutter).
Caine tries to rescue two young boys taken captive by the remnants of a confederate raider band. (Last show of the series.)

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