Kung Fu

Season 3 Episode 16

The Thief of Chendo

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Aired Unknown Mar 29, 1975 on ABC
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Young Caine and Master Po imagine what it will be like when Caine leaves the temple, and in their dreams Caine is sent to deliver a ring to a Grand Duke by Master Po. Upon arriving at the palace, he is informed that the Duke is dead, but an old man from the Duke's palace delivers him a message that he is still alive. He is being imprisoned by his own cousin, who has taken control of the palace. Caine also meets a thief who falls in love with the Duke's daughter, who is to be married off, and they work together to free both the Duke and his daughter.moreless

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    Harushi

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    Sing Tao

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    Clare Nono

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    Mei Ming

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    John Fujioka

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    Shen Ming Tien

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    Tad Horino

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    Priest

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      • Master Po: The sage says, 'For good return good. For evil return justice.'

      • Master Po: The sage has said, 'Others are contented. I alone am drifting, not knowing where I am. I'm alone without knowing where to go. I am different. I am nourished by the great mother.' In an uncertain hour, the wise man acknowledges uncertainty.

      • Master Po: The Way runs true through darkness through shadow: neither is cause for despair. The sage has said, 'The five colors blind the eye. The five tones deafen the ear. The five flavors dull the taste.' Therefore the wise man is guided by what he feels not by what he sees. When our senses are confused and overpowered, our deeper feelings may yet keep us on The Way.

      • (after stumbling into Mei Ming's quarters through window)
        Sing Tao: One could hope for a more dignified entrance.
        Lu Tien: And a more dignified priest.
        Mei Ming: What is it, Lu Tien? A priest? But how? Where did you come from?
        Lu Tien: Not from heaven.
        Sing Tao: It may be that I have reached heaven.
        Lu Tien: It may be that you lack holiness, holy man.

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