||Released On: July 05, 2004|
Production Company: Warner Home Video
The time is the 1870s. The place is the American Southwest and in flashbacks, China. The stories follow Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine), Schooled in the spirit-mind-body Shaolin priesthood by the blind, avuncular Master Po and the stern yet loving Master Kan. Caine speaks softly but hits hard. He lives humbly yet knows great contentment. He is the Old West's most unusual hero. But hero is not a word Caine would use. He would simply say, "I am a man."
Caine is forced to flee China after killing the Emperor's nephew who had shot and killed Master Po. Arriving in America Caine learns he has a half brother, Danny Caine. While searching for him Kwai is sought by Chinese assassins and American bounty hunters (who are after the £10,000 reward that China, in widely distributed wanted posters, offers for his capture - only £5,000 for his death).
* From Grasshopper To Caine: Creating Kung Fu (25 Minutes)
* The Tao of Caine: Production And Beyond (20 Minutes)
* Original Promotional TV Spot
* Widescreen 1.77:1 Anamorphic
* Dolby Digital Mono
* Languages - English
* Region 2/PAL/Colour