CTVA US Western - "Kung Fu" (WB/ABC) Season 3 (1974-75)

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Season 3 (ABC) (1974-75)
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################### Kung Fu ##################
############## season 3 1974-75 ##############
############### (final season) ###############
ABC Saturdays 9:00-10:00pm Eastern
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton

3.1 [39] Kung Fu: BLOOD OF THE DRAGON (Pt 1 & 2)(2hrs) [verified]
14-Sep-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by John T. Dugan
Directed by Richard Lang
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Patricia Neal ......... Sara Kingsley
Season Hubley ......... Margit Kingsley McLean
Special Guest Stars:
Eddie Albert .......... Dr. Baxter
Edward Albert ......... Johnny Kingsley
Also Starring:
Phillip Ahn, Keye Luke, Radames Pera (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)(pt 1 & 2)
Clyde Kusatsu ......... Han Su Lok / Lama Campo Kushog
Tom Reese ............. Sheriff
Kay E. Kuter .......... Vinnie
Featuring:
Kerry MacLane ......... Richie
Tad Horino ............ Cowled Head
Kam Yuen .............. Wong Ti
Wilbur Chang .......... Sun Lo
Jake Sheffield ........ Perkins
Basil Hoffman ......... Telegrapher
Synopsis:
While searching for his grandfather's killer, Caine runs into members of the Order of the Avenging Dragon,
a group of assassins hand picked by the emperor to kill Caine.

3.2 [40] Kung Fu: A SMALL BEHEADING  [verified]
21-Sep-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by Eugene Price
Directed by Richard Lange
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
William Shatner ....... Captain Brandywine Gage
France Nuyen .......... Lady Ching
Special Guest Star:
Rosemary Forsyth ...... Ellie Crowell
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn, Radames Pera (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James Hong ............ Kwang Kyu
Kinji Shibuya ......... Pan Chao
Featuring:
Jeanne Joe ............ Ta Hsia
Yuki Shimoda .......... Injured Man
Frances Fong .......... Woman
Synopsis:
A macabre plot unfolds to lure Caine back to China and certain death. Caine must forfeit a finger to gain the
Chinese emperor's pardon.

3.3 [41] Kung Fu: THIS VALLEY OF TERROR  [verified]
28-Sep-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Teleplay by Kathryn Michaelian; Story by Kathryn Michaelian and Michael Michaelian
Directed by Harry Harris
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Sondra Locke .......... Gwyneth
Jan Sterling .......... Mary Jenkins
Ken Swofford .......... Dr. Tracer
Special Guest Star:
Howard Duff ........... Jenkins
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn, Radames Pera (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Quade ............ Johnson
Joe Renteria .......... Tall Fire
with
James Hong ............ Mad Man
Bobby Clark ........... Father
Bill Catching ......... Frank
Synopsis:
Caine rescues a clairvoyant woman (Sondra Locke) who has escaped from a mental institution and helps her
to confront her inner fears..

3.4 [42] Kung Fu: THE PREDATORS  [verified]
5-Oct-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Teleplay by Lloyd Richards and Ed Waters; Story by John Menken
Directed by Harry Harris
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars
Anthony Zerbe ......... Rare
Cal Bellini ........... Hoskay
George Di Cenzo ....... Jess
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn, Radames Pera (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Phillips ....... Mutala
Robert Sorrells ....... Scalper
Featuring:
Frank Michael Liu ..... Teh-Soong
Richard Narita ........ Disciple
Synopsis:
An Apache bent on revenge plans to kill the one man who can clear Caine of murder charges. 

3.5 [43] Kung Fu: MY BROTHER, MY EXECUTIONER [verified]
12-Oct-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by John T. Dugan
Directed by Jerry Thorpe
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
James Wainwright ...... Danny Caine
Carol Lawrence ........ Ada Caine
A. Martinez ........... Slade
Special Guest Stars:
John Vernon ........... Forbes
Richard Kelton ........ Curly Bill Graham
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn, Radames Pera (recurring)
*
Featuring: (end credits)
John Fujioka .......... Wuang Chu
Synopsis:
Caine believes he's found his half-brother (James Wainwright), who is stalked by an ambitious gunman.

3.6 [44] Kung Fu: CRY OF THE NIGHT BEAST [verified]
19-Oct-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Teleplay by Ed Waters; Story by Abe Polsky and Ed Waters
Directed by Richard Lang
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Albert Salmi .......... Reuben Branch
Don Stroud ............ Neulin
Victor Jory ........... Fred
Special Guest Star:
Stefanie Powers ....... Edna
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Radames Pera (recurring) (Phillip Ahn does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Alex Henteloff ........ Vern Dixon
Kenneth O'Brien ....... Landry
Featuring:
John War Eagle ........ Tashaka
Jim Boles ............. Mooney
Don Keefer ............ Stripper
Synopsis:
A childhood dream convinces Caine a pregnant woman's (Stefanie Powers) fate is linked to a buffalo calf.

3.7 [45] Kung Fu: THE DEVIL'S COMPANION  [verified]
1-Nov-1974 ABC Sat (some say 29-Nov-74)
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by Katharyn & Michael Michaelian
Directed by Robert Michael Lewis
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Soon-Taik Oh .......... Yi Lien
Victoria Racimo ....... Lady Mei
Richard Loo ........... Weapons Master
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn (recurring) (Radames Pera does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Frank Michael Liu ..... Huo
John Fujioka .......... Hsiang
Featuring:
Dale Ishimoto ......... Weapon Maker
Richard Lee-Sung ...... Fourth Master
Tad Horino ............ Innkeeper
Synopsis:
In China, a warrior who has obtained superhuman strength through supernatural means challenges
master Khan to a battle to the death. .

3.8 [46] Kung Fu: THE GARMENTS OF RAGE [verified]
8-Nov-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by Theodore Apstein
Directed by Marc Daniels
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Star:
James Shigeta ......... Master Kwan Li
Special Guest Star:
James Olson ........... Damion
Also Starring:
Phillip Ahn (recurring) (Keye Luke & Radames Pera do Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Harrison Page ......... Pete
James Hong ............ Han Tsung
Featuring:
Larry J. Blake ........ Foreman
Lincoln Demyan ........ Stanley
Michael Francis Blake .... Joe
Jon Yune .............. Messenger
Jay Jay Jue ........... Nephew
Synopsis:
Caine's former Shaolin teacher (James Shigeta) seeks revenge against the railroad that he holds
responsible for the death of his nephew.

3.09 [47] Kung Fu: BESEIGED part 1: DEATH ON COLD MOUNTAIN [verified]
15-Nov-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by William Kelley
Directed by David Carradine
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Special Guest Star:
Barbara Seagull (Hershey) ....... Nan Chi
Guest Stars:
Khigh Dhiegh .......... Sing Lu Chan
Philip Ahn (recurring) (one L)
Also Starring:
Keye Luke (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)(pt 1)
Victor Sen Yung ....... Tamo
Yuki Shimada .......... Shun Low
Richard Narita ........ Kang Li
Featuring: (pt 1)
Sam Hiona ............. Hake Tao
Dana Lee .............. Lieutenant (pt 1 only)
Synopsis:
A woman fleeing an amorous warlord seeks sanctuary at the temple. The warlord besieges the temple,
where his betrothed has sought refuge.

3.10 [48] Kung Fu: BESEIGED part 2: CANNON AT THE GATES [verified]
22-Nov-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by William Kelley & David Michael Korn
Directed by David Carradine
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Special Guest Star:
Barbara Seagull (Hershey) ....... Nan Chi
Guest Stars:
Khigh Dhiegh .......... Sing Lu Chan
Richard Loo ........... Weapons Master (pt 2 only)
Philip Ahn (recurring) (one L)
Also Starring:
Keye Luke (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits) (pt 2)
Victor Sen Yung ....... Tamo
Yuki Shimada .......... Shun Low
Richard Narita ........ Kang Li
Featuring: (pt 2)
Brian Fong ............ Cho Dak (pt 2 only)
Sam Hiona ............. Hake Tao
Synopsis:
A woman fleeing an amorous warlord seeks sanctuary at the temple. The warlord besieges the temple,
where his betrothed has sought refuge.

3.11 [49] Kung Fu: THE DEMON GOD  [verified]
13-Dec-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Teleplay by George Clayton Johnson & David Michael Korn; Story by George Clayton Johnson
Directed by David Carridine
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Brian Tochi ........... Shen Ung
Michael Greene ........ Aztec Priest
Also Starring:
Phillip Ahn, Radames Pera (recurring) (Keye Luke does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Victor Sen Yung ....... Old Mandarin
Brenda Venus .......... Aztec Woman
Featuring:
Robert Tessier ........ Aztec Warrior
Tad Horino ............ Chemist
Synopsis:
The boy Caine lies dying of poison, while the man Caine endures a scorpion's bite and ghostly visions.

3.12 [50] Kung Fu: THE VANISHING IMAGE  [verified]
20-Dec-1974 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by Gustave Field
Directed by Barry Crane
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Lew Ayres ............. Beaumont
Tom Nardini ........... Matoska
Benson Fong ........... Li Yu
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Radames Pera (recurring) (Phillip Ahn does Not appear)
*
Featuring: (end credits)
Jonathan Hole ......... Hobbs
Bill Saito ............ Sai Si
Synopsis:
While on the trail of his half brother, Caine meets an old photographer who has become the target of an Indian
youth who believes the photographer stole his soul.

3.13 [51] Kung Fu: A LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER  [verified]
11-Jan-1975 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Teleplay by Robert Specht & David Michael Korn; Story by Robert Specht
Directed by Harry Harris
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Alejandro Rey ......... Matteo
Joe Santos ............ Sanjero
Barbara Luna .......... Isela
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Radames Pera (recurring) (Phillip Ahn does Not appear)
*

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Julio Medina .......... Padre
Roberto Contreras ..... Regas
Richard Yniguez ....... Jaibo
Bill Fletcher ......... Father
Featuring:
Ruben Moreno .......... Villager
Stephen Manley ........ Boy Caine
Synopsis:
Caine wanders into a Mexican village where the villagers are facing two unpleasant choices: either pay a gang
to protect them from bandits or allow the bandits to attack them.

3.14 [52] Kung Fu: FORBIDDEN KINGDOM  [verified]
18-Jan-1975 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Teleplay by Norman Katkov; Story by David Michael Korn & Norman Katkov
Directed by Gordon Hessler
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Star:
James Shigeta ......... Col. Lin Pei
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, (recurring) (Radames Pera & Phillip Ahn do Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Adele Yoshioka ........ Po Li
Clyde Kusatsu ......... Po San
Evan Kim .............. Lieutenant
Featuring:
Jerry Fujikawa ........ Pottery Man
Bob Okazaki ........... Sou Kin
Jesse Dizon ........... Apprentice
Wendy Tochi ........... Po Sing
Synopsis:
In China, a desperate woman turns Caine in order to prevent the Emperor's soldiers from killing her brother. .

3.15 [53] Kung Fu: ONE STEP TO DARKNESS  [verified]
25-Jan-1975 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Teleplay by Robert Sherman & Theodore Apstein; Story by Gerald Sanford
Directed by Marc Daniels
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Leslie Charleson ....... Amy
David Huddleston ....... Shelby Cross
Bruce Carradine ........ Captain Starbuck
Also Starring:
Keye Luke, Radames Pera (recurring) (Phillip Ahn does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Byron Mabe ............. Sergeant Craig
Allen Melvin ........... Voice of Demon
Featuring:
Stephen Manley ......... Boy Caine
Francis Fong ........... Nurse
Lloyd Kino ............. Doctor
Jim Weatherill ......... Guard (Benson)
A. Wilford Brimley ..... Blacksmith
Jay Jones .............. Demon
Caine discovers that his exorcising of a personal demon is somehow connected to the unusual behavior of an Army
officer's wife.

3.16 [54] Kung Fu: BATTLE HYMN
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Teleplay by Herman Miller; Story by D.C. Fontana
Directed by Barry Crane
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Jose Feliciano ......... Jonno Marcada
Beverly Garland ........ Theresa Hobart
Joe Maross ............. Sheriff Mike Barrow
John Bennett Perry ..... Deputy Hank Archer
Special Guest Star:
Julian "Cannonball" Adderley .. Trim Delavalle
Also Starring:
Keye Luke (recurring) (Radames Pera & Phillip Ahn do Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James Victor ........... Raoul
Featuring:
Chuck Hicks ............ Saxon
Dick Crockett .......... 2nd Man
Synopsis:
Caine joins two musicians (Jose Feliciano, Julian ``Cannonball'' Adderley) on their search for a boyhood memory.
and a treasure map hidden in a dead man's pocket watch.

3.17 [55] Kung Fu: BARBARY HOUSE (part 1/4) [verified]
15-Feb-75 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by Stephen & Elinor Karpf
Directed by Marc Daniels (Pt 1 & 2)
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Lois Nettleton ......... Delonia Cartell
Tim McIntire ........... Danny Caine
Special Guest Star:
Leslie Nielsen ......... Vincent Corbino
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Blyth Barrymore ... Zeke Caine
John Lupton ............ McCord
Val de Vargas .......... Mendoza
JiTu Cumbuka ........... Omar
Ted Gehring ............ Fuller
Featuring:
Al Checco .............. Referee
Maidie Norman .......... Omar's Mother
Barry Cahill ........... Prentiss
Marsall Reed ........... Doorman
Diedre Hall ............ Luisa
Ray Ballard ............ Announcer
Connie Bryant Milton ..... Mrs. Lawrence
Lisa Todd .............. Lilly
John Fujioka ........... Cook
Synopsis Pt 1:
Caine's search for his half brother, Danny, leads him to a Barbary Coast casino where the owner is
holding his nephew Zeke in order to get revenge on Danny.

3.18 [56] Kung Fu: FLIGHT TO ORION (part 2/4) [verified]
22-Feb-75 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by Stephen & Elinor Karpf
Directed by Marc Daniels
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Star:
Lois Nettleton ......... Delonia Cartell
Special Gust Star:
Leslie Nielsen ......... Vincent Corbino
Also Starring:
Phillip Ahn & Radames Pera (recurring) (Keye Luke does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Blyth Barrymore ... Zeke Caine
John Lupton ............ McCord
Don Keefer ............. Station Keeper
Val de Vargas .......... Mendoza
Ted Gehring ............ Fuller
Ned Romero ............. Indian Leader
Synopsis Pt 2:
The casino owner places a $10,000 reward for the death of Caine and the return
of Zeke, who along with the boys mother have fled into the desert.

3.19 [57] Kung Fu: THE BROTHERS CAINE (part 3/4)  [verified]
01-Mar-75 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by Stephen & Elinor Karpf
Directed by Harry Harris
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Leslie Nielsen ......... Vincent Corbino
Joanna Moore ........... Lula
Special Guest Stars:
Tim McIntire ........... Danny Caine
John Vernon ............ Gen. Cantrell
Also Starring:
Phillip Ahn & Radames Pera (recurring) (Keye Luke does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Blyth Barrymore ... Zeke Caine
Frank Michael Liu ...... Yo-Lin
Carl Weathers .......... Bad Sam
Featuring:
Tim Haldeman ........... 1st Gunfighter
John Rayner ............ 2nd Gunfighter
Allen Emerson .......... Bartender
Ted Jordan ............. Head Guard
Synopsis Pt 3:
Hoping to find Danny before the bounty hunters do, Caine and Zeke discover a woman who knows Danny's
whereabouts and will sell the information to the highest bidder.
 
3.20 [58] Kung Fu: FULL CIRCLE (part 4/4)  [verified]
15-Mar-75 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by Stephen & Elinor Karpf
Directed by Marc Daniels
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Leslie Nielsen ......... Vincent Corbino
A Martinez ............. Tigre
Special Guest Stars:
Tim McIntire ........... Danny Caine
John Vernon ............ General Cantrell
Also Starring:
Keye Luke & Radames Pera (recurring) (Phillip Ahn does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jacques Aubuchon ....... Frenchie
John Blyth Barrymore ... Zeke Caine
Ted Gehring ............ Fuller
Featuring:
David Bond ............. Butler - Henry
Synopsis Pt 4:
Danny and Caine journey to San Francisco in order to regain custody of Zeke from the boy's wealthy grandmother.

3.21 [59] Kung Fu: THE THIEF OF CHENDO   [verified]
29-Mar-1975 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Teleplay by Simon Muntner; Story by Bernard B. Bossick & Lary H. Gibson and Simon Muntner
Directed by Harry Harris
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
James Hong ............. Chun Yen
Harushi ................ Sing Tao
Clare Nono ............. Mei Ming
Also Starring:
Keye Luke & Radames Pera (recurring) (Phillip Ahn does Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Fujioka ........... Shen Ming Tien
Dale Ishimoto .......... Palace Guard
Featuring:
Jeanne Joe ............. Lutien
Beulah Quo ............. Madam Chun
Richard Lee-Sung ....... Madam's Guard
Tad Horino ............. Priest
Arthur Song ............ Old Man
Bill Saito ............. Man No. 1
Peter Kalua ............ Jon
Synopsis:
In China, Caine allies himself with a thief to aid a grand duke who was deposed by his evil cousin (James Hong) . .

3.22 [60] Kung Fu: AMBUSH   [verified]
5-Apr-1975 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Alex Beaton & Herman Miller
Written by Norman Katkov
Directed by Gordon Hessler
Director of Photography, Chuck Arnold
Guest Stars:
Rhonda Fleming ......... Jennie Malone
Timothy Agoglia-Carey .. Bix Courtney
Pat Morita ............. Arthur Chan
Special Guest Star:
John Carradine ......... Serendipity Johnson
Also Starring:
(Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn & Radames Pera (recurring) (ALL do Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bill Mims .............. Sheriff
Randy Boone ............ Spiff
Gene Dynarski .......... Fred
Featuring:
Kay E. Kuter ........... Marshal
Susannah Brin .......... Alice
Milton Frome ........... Dealer
R.L. Armstrong ......... Man
Fred Borden ............ Roberts
Synopsis:
The blind preacher Serendipity Johnson (John Carradine)(last seen in episode #2.21 "The Nature of Evil")
feigns illness to enlist Caine's aid in recovering a debt. 

3.23 [61] Kung Fu: THE LAST RAID (final episode) [verified]
26-Apr-1975 ABC Sat
Executive Producer Jerry Thorpe / Produced by Herman Miller & Alex Beaton
Written by John T. Dugan
Directed by Alex Beaton
Guest Stars:
Hal Williams ........... Caleb Brown
L.Q. Jones ............. Major Clark Bealson
Charles Haid ........... Sheriff
Mae Mercer ............. Elizabeth
Special Guest Star:
Charles Aidman ......... Dr. Cooper
*
Also Starring:
(Keye Luke, Phillip Ahn & Radames Pera (recurring) (All 3 do Not appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Anne Seymour ........... Mrs. Wright
Hoke Howell ............ Lt. Varnum
George Spell ........... Daniel Brown
Featuring:
Craig Hundley .......... Jimmy
Ta-Ronce Allen ......... Juliet
James Weatherill ....... Sgt. Sutter
(Not Credited - Ivy Bethune as Mrs. Wright)
Synopsis:
A band of outlaws led by a bitter ex-confederate officer kidnaps two boys, one the son of a white doctor and the
other the son of a former slave.
 

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