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Kung Fu

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Kung Fu
Kung Fu

1:12 Kung Fu


  • 1974 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama - nominated
  • 1973 - Emmy - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama (Series Program) - nominated
  • 1973 - Emmy - Outstanding Drama Series - Continuing - nominated
  • 1973 - Emmy - Outstanding New Series - nominated

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David Carradine
Philip Ahn
Master Kan
Radames Pera
Young Caine

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