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This season was distinguished by innovative episodes set in China during Caine's "Grasshopper" tutelage. In "The Demon God," the youth, poisoned by a prince, experiences mystical visions of his older, wandering self, who is stung by a scorpion. In "The Thief of Chendo," young Caine's Master imagines an adventure for the aspiring priest. Two Carradine commentaries, and a near-hour long chronicle of Carradine's 30-years-on visit to a Shoalin monastery in China (an incredible journey that ends with Carradine's soulful rendition of "America the Beautiful") help to give Kung Fu a worthy DVD send-off. --Donald Liebenson
Great value, excellent quality. Everything was as described.Published 2 days ago by Alfonso Anzures, Jr.
Every episode of a classic show. If you are a fan, or want to learn something about how life was portrayed on television in that time period, this is a classic. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Anthony J
Kung Fu The Complete series Collection educated my family and me about patients, understanding of human nature, and inspired us to want to be the best we can be in life. Read morePublished 4 days ago by bekindtomagic
Loved the series when I was a kid. How martial art movies have changed these days. Kung Fu was the pioneer. Star Wars versus one of the new star trek moviesPublished 12 days ago by Robert W. Badgley
Good old memories. And aside from the heavy make-up that new HD show now, the series is still valid after so many years. :-)Published 13 days ago by Maria
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I suppose that he was actually telling the truth we he used to say, "I am just a man." I was a fan of the series. I was born in the mid-sixties and kind of grew up watching these shows. I think it is a damned shame that a generational icon like David Carradine died under such a... Read More
Mar 15, 2012 by LarryNC | See all 7 posts
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I'd like to know the same thing. And more broadly, are the discs and contents for "The Complete Series Collection" identical to the three seasons sold separately, just repackaged? I'd appreciate it if someone who owns this could reply.
Feb 4, 2008 by bostonears | See all 3 posts
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Excellent point! I agree wholeheartedly.
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