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Shaolin monk and martial-arts expert Caine flees China after his master is killed. Now he wanders the Old West of America, defending the helpless and beating down bad guys with his skills, all while trying to find his half-brother and evade Chinese bounty hunters.

Latest episodes

aired 326 days ago
Caine teams with a prince of thieves to restore a Chinese grand duke deposed by an evil relative (James Hong) to his rightful throne.
aired 326 days ago
Caine must struggle with a demon of fear from his past to help a woman addicted to drugs; guests Bruce Carradine, Wilford Brimley.
aired 326 days ago
Caine must teach a peacemaker (Alejandro Rey) how to kill in order to repay his debt of honor to the man's father.
aired 326 days ago
A warlord besieges the temple, where his betrothed has sought refuge; with Barbara Seagull (Hershey).
aired 326 days ago
A Chinese warlord threatens to destroy the Shaolin temple unless a young nun is surrendered to his passion.
aired 326 days ago
Caine's former Shaolin teacher (James Shigeta) seeks revenge against the railroad that he holds responsible for the death of his nephew.
aired 326 days ago
Caine confronts an embodiment of evil (Soon-Teck Oh) who arrives at the Shaolin temple to challenge Master Kan to deadly ritual combat.
aired 326 days ago
The boy Caine lies dying of poison, while the man Caine endures a scorpion's bite and ghostly visions. Directed by David Carradine.
aired 326 days ago
Caine solves his grandfather's murder and faces the assassins; with Eddie Albert, Edward Albert, Patricia Neal.
aired 327 days ago
Chinese assassins seek Caine, who seeks his grandfather's murderer; with Eddie Albert, Edward Albert, Patricia Neal.
aired 327 days ago
Caine protects a dying photographer (Lew Ayres) from a vengeful Indian youth who believes the man's camera stole his spirit.
aired 327 days ago
Caine seeks an Apache's enemy (Anthony Zerbe), a mercenary who can clear the priest of an attempted-murder charge.
aired 327 days ago
Caine must forfeit a finger to gain the Chinese emperor's pardon; guests William Shatner, France Nuyen, Rosemary Forsyth.
aired 327 days ago
Caine rescues a clairvoyant woman (Sondra Locke) who has escaped from a mental institution and helps her to confront her inner fears.
aired 327 days ago
Caine believes he's found his half-brother (James Wainwright), who is stalked by an ambitious gunman; guests Carol Lawrence, A Martinez.
aired 327 days ago
A childhood dream convinces Caine a pregnant woman's (Stefanie Powers) fate is linked to a buffalo calf; guest Don Stroud.
aired 327 days ago
A beautiful medicine-show owner (Diana Muldaur) seeks Caine's affections and his protection from a pursuing gunman; guest Matt Clark.
aired 327 days ago
Caine intervenes in an escalating feud between aloof Hutterite sheepherders and vengeful local cattle ranchers; guest Anthony Zerbe.
aired 327 days ago
A tormented Army lieutenant (Tim Matheson) who feels himself a coward pursues Caine after the priest escapes wrongful imprisonment.
aired 327 days ago
Caine confronts a Chinese underworld lord to free a slave boy (Carey Wong) who has sought refuge with an evangelist (Diana Douglas).
aired 327 days ago
Caine helps a young man in a dying mining town who fears he has inherited his mother's madness; guests David Huddleston, Ed Flanders.

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