This is the Old Series Kung Fu, With David Carradine. I watch these shows, Because as a Kid my first exposure to a superhero, was not Superman, It was This show, I know in later years The actor David Carradine Was disgraced and his death wasn't exactly the most graceful of exits. however, When you Judge man, You judge him Not only for his actions But his contributions. In this show. David Carradine plays a Character Called Kwai Chang Cain, A Shaolin Monk Who Had no Choice But To kill the Emperor's son in self-defense. This is based in part of Actual Shaolin history, As in China Shaolin temples were actually attacked and destroyed in the late 18 hundreds. This Is Historical Cannon an, In fact, Even The legendary Bruce Lee pays Tribute to The Shaolin Monks, His Master, Ipman was Trained by an actual Shaolin monk. The True Story of The Shaolin is Actually a Religion in Ancient China, territorial wars Had the land ravaged, But Four individuals Were Chosen by deities And instructed in the original four Martial arts. The Crain, The Tiger, The Stag, And the Mantis. These Four Individuals. founded The Shaolin religion, And Developed the art further. As you can see in History, Any Religion will be Met with Eventual Opposition, And The Emperor of China Declared the Religion Criminal and Had the Temples Destroyed. This Story, Takes place After the Destruction, As Cain Travels The old American West, In search of his family. It is a great show honestly because it's completely saturated with the Literal Shaolin Doctrine. one could honestly Watch this show and get a generalized knowledge of What The Shaolin believe. To be fair, There are many Quips of ancient Chinese wisdom in this show, I propose to you this curiosity Seek these Quips of wisdom from the show and disprove their valor. This Show is almost unlike anything that ever graced the television screen and it's still worth a watch today because of all the philosophical knowledge one can benefit from it. I have been using this show, As a means to Escape the current burdens of everyday life Via its nostalgia. I invite you to come along.