David Carradine returns as the Old West's most unusual hero in Kung Fu: The Movie, filmed a decade after the popular Kung Fu TV series ended. He still speaks softly and hits hard. And killers still stalk Carradine's fugitive Shaolin priest Kwai Chang Caine in this exciting adventure that adds a captivating new twist: one of the potential assassins is the now-grown son Caine left behind years ago. Brandon Lee (Showdown in Little Tokyo, Rapid Fire) portrays the son, a killing force when under the mysterious spell of a vindictive warlord (Mako, of the Big Brawl and the Perfect Weapon). Also featured are Martin Landau and Benson Fong, and Keye Luke as Master Po, the venerable blind teacher who likens young Caine to a mere "grasshopper".