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Kung Fu: The Complete Collection

David Carradine , Radames Pera    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Inspirational Entertainment Oct. 12 2010
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I only give this set of 3 seasons, 4 stars, because season 3 has been very disappointing. There must have been some bad acid going around Hollywood in 1974, because the writers, directors & production team really sucked! Season 1 is the best. Season 2 was pretty good although it too had a few poor episodes. Season 3 is the reason there was no season 4. At this point, to be honest, I have only watched half of season 3, but I am in no hurry to watch the balance as almost every episode so far has been ridiculous.

Well I just finished watching the last episode. The second half of season 3 was better than the first half, in my opinion. However, on discs 3 & 4, the episodes Barbary House, Flight to Orion, The Brothers Caine and Full Circle, should have been the final episodes, but they are not. After Caine has found & re-united with his brother and extended family, there are 3 more episodes, one of which makes a reference to Caine's search for his brother, which is very strange. I now question the accuracy of the episode air dates. During one episode in season 3, during a flashback to his youth at the temple, Caine and his Master discuss Caine's blood brother, but Caine didn't even know he had a brother until he came to America. Very stupid script in that case. A special feature on disc 4 is really good - David Carradine makes a trip to China, with some friends, and visits a Shaolin temple.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The that started it all. June 17 2014
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Well the subject line is a little strong. The TV show didn't start the martial arts craze, Bruce Lee and other Asian movie stars had long been popular movie and TV legends before the Kung Fu series ever started. However, I think the north american TV series helped develop interest here in north america.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kung Fu Fantastic March 29 2014
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loved this as a kid and love it now, it brought back so many great memories and the quality of the DVD is perfect.
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4.0 out of 5 stars old but good Jan. 14 2014
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I have always enjoy this series and was glad to get this for myself this Christmas. Though the acting and camera work and directing isn't up to today's standards, nevertheless it brought back memories and my continued love for the simplicity of the martial arts and the many different styles. I am looking forward to viewing season 2 and 3 for it is there it gets better in all aspects. But I am glad I bought my copy.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best July 13 2010
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This was one of the best presented series I have ever purchased. Color, clarity, sound, all top line. For those of us that recall the series, as I did, you will be as thrilled as I was with every episode. The kids will love it if they will set through the first episode.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very well done and with a positive message Oct. 5 2010
By falcon
Format:DVD
rather than getting into the debate over the issue of Bruce Lee vs David Carradine,i will just try to add my thoughts on the merits of the show itself.firstly,i think it's quite well done for it's time(1972).i didn't find it slow.it moves along at a decent enough pace.the action scenes (and by that,i mean the martial arts scenes) aren't overdone,or hokey.the acting is actually very good.Carradine is convincing.his speech pattern fits very well for his character,and he has a calmness and charisma about him.plus the show has a positive message.Kaine only fight when he has to and all life is sacred.each episode contains flashbacks showing the younger Kaine learning other important life lessons,as well.for me,"Kung Fu" is a 4/5
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