Kung Fu: The Movie
|Kung Fu: The Movie|
|Written by||Durrell Royce Crays|
|Directed by||Richard Lang|
|Music by||Lalo Schifrin|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||93 min.|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Preceded by||Kung Fu (1972-75)|
Kung Fu: The Movie is a 1986 TV movie and the first in a series of sequels which continued the story of the Shaolin monk, Kwai Chang Caine, first introduced in the 1972-75 television series, Kung Fu. The role of Caine is resumed by David Carradine. The role of his son, Chung Wang, is portrayed by Brandon Lee, who makes his acting debut with this film. The film aired on Brandon's 21st birthday on February 1, 1986. The role of Master Po is also resumed by Keye Luke and The Manchu is portrayed by Mako (Makoto Iwamatsu).
- Pilato, Herbie J (1993). The Kung Fu Book of Caine: The Complete Guide to TV's First Mystical Eastern Western. Boston: Charles A. Tuttle. ISBN 0-8048-1826-6.
- Kung Fu: The Movie on Internet Movie Database
- Kung Fu: The Movie at AllMovie
- Kung Fu: The Movie at the TCM Movie Database
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