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  • Genres : Crime, Action
  • Languages : English
  • Air date : 27/01/1993
  • Termination date : 01/01/1997
  • Usual episode duration : 1h30'
  • Released seasons : 4
  • Released episodes : 87

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Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993)

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Like his grandfather and namesake from the original TV series, Kwai Chang Caine is a Shaolin priest. Caine was the head of a temple in Northern California, where his son Peter also lived and studied, until the temple was destroyed in a fire caused by a renegade priest who believed the priests would serve better as mercenaries. After the destruction of the temple, each believed the other had perished and went on their separate ways; Caine wandered and traveled, much as his grandfather had, while Peter became a foster child and eventually a police officer. The series begins when Caine comes to the city's Chinatown section, where Peter's precinct is, and they are reunited after being separated for 15 years.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Kung Fu, la légende continue", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.