Foreign, Martial Arts, Foreign Action & Adventure, Hong Kong, Foreign Regions - A freedom fighter (Cliff Lok) in the Ming Dynasty discovers that a Shaolin monk possesses ultra-secret documents that will expose the present Ching emperor as a fake. To prove it, the patriot must find the hidden papers attesting to this fact. In the meantime, he must face Eighteen Bronzemen and battle rebels to complete his mission. Will the truth prevail?
Turmoil outside the walls of the temple lead Cliff Lok to go there and find the answers to save his country from the Manchus. Nothing could prepare him for the tests and trials he will face inside the walls of Shaolin: martial monks, hidden chambers, and the 18 Bronzemen.
Hong Kong Phooey is a 16-episode Hanna-Barbera animated series that first aired on ABC Saturday morning from September 7, 1974 to December 21, 1974. It was a parody of kung fu shows and movies of the time. The main character Hong Kong Phooey is a clownishly clumsy secret alter ego of Penrod "Penry" Pooch, working at a police station as a "mild-mannered" janitor under the glare of Sergeant Flint. He transforms himself into Hong Kong Phooey upon running into a magic filing cabinet despite always getting stuck - and unstuck by his cat Spot - and once transformed, gets equipped with the "Phooeymobile" vehicle that transforms itself into a boat, a plane, or a telephone booth depending on the circumstances. He fights crime relying on his copy of The Hong Kong Book of Kung Fu, but he succeeds only thanks to his cat Spot who provides a solution to the challenges or they are solved by himself as result of a comically unintended side effect of his conscious efforts. Background was designed by Lorraine Andrina and Richard Khim.
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues is a spin-off of the 1972–1975 television series Kung Fu. David Carradine and Chris Potter starred as a father and son trained in kung fu - Carradine playing a Shaolin monk, Potter a police detective. This series aired in syndication for four seasons, from January 27, 1993 to January 1, 1997, and was broadcast in over 70 countries. Filming took place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Reruns of the show have been aired on TNT. The show was canceled when its producer, Prime Time Entertainment Network, ceased operations and no other network opted to continue the series.
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness is an American computer-animated television series spun-off from the Kung Fu Panda films. It takes place between the two films showing Po's training to becoming a successful Dragon Warrior. The series was originally set to air on Nickelodeon in 2010, but it was pushed back to 2011 instead. Over 52 episodes have been produced or ordered, with a third season also confirmed. Two special previews were aired on September 19 and October 21, 2011 and it officially premiered on November 7, 2011.
The adventures of a Shaolin Monk as he wanders the American West armed only with his skill in Kung Fu.
Meng Fu Yao, a woman born from a divine lotus petal. She journeys through the five continents towards the heavens in search of a secret order and to reveal a conspiracy originating from the heavens. In the process, she falls in love with the crown prince Zhangsun Wuji.
Epic Fu is a web series created by new media producers Steve Woolf and Zadi Diaz. The show premiered on June 1, 2006 with Zadi Diaz as the host. Airing weekly on the Epic Fu web site and various online distribution channels, the show draws its content from current news stories centered around emerging art, music, technology and web culture.
Final Fu is an American reality television show that first aired on MTV2 on July 17, 2006, and ran for a single season of twenty episodes The show was hosted by Ernie Reyes, Jr., and featured practitioners of various styles of martial arts competing in one-on-one semi-contact point sparring matches and group competitions.
Skunk Fu! is an Irish animated children's television series featuring the fables of anthropomorphic animals protecting their valley using martial arts. The show chronicles the adventures of young Skunk, training with his Kung Fu master, Panda, with support of Rabbit, Fox, Turtle, and others, who directly, or inadvertently, also help Skunk grow. The show received mixed reviews from critics and won the IFTA award for "Best Animation". In addition to an English sound track, an Irish language, French language, Japanese language and Dutch language soundtracks were initially produced.
Kung Fu Dino Posse is an animated television series created by Peter M. Lenkov and produced by Sunwoo Entertainment, Sunwoo Asia-Pacific, Nerd Studios and Cookie Jar Entertainment. It premiered on CITV in the United Kingdom on September 13, 2009 at 3:30PM. It also airs on Starz Kids & Family in the United States, weekdays at 8:30AM ET/PT. It premiered on YTV in Canada on December 1, 2011.
The story is based on the historic martial art legend Hung Hei-gun (Donnie Yen) in the Qing dynasty. In the final stand Hung Hei-gun and Fong Sai-yuk (Nick Cheung) fight their way to defend the Shaolin Monastery against the invading army of the Qianlong emperor who was trying to get rid of oppositions. Qianlong was also afraid to reveal that he was not a true manchu.
Real Kung Fu is a Hong Kong television series first broadcast on TVB in October 2005. The series is shown to celebrate TVB's 38th anniversary.
Tree Fu Tom is a largely CGI CBeebies children's television program which has been shown on BBC and CBeebies in the UK and PBS Kids Sprout and NBC Kids in the USA. It is set in a miniature magical countryside and village area on the top of a part of a trunk of a big tree in a British-type woodland, where the trunk turns horizontal and then vertical again. It has these characters, mostly anthropomorphized arthropods. The programme is aimed at 2-6 year olds. In it, some species of insects are raised and controlled like cattle on a ranch: aphids, ladybirds, a rhinoceros beetle.
Kung Fu Soccer is a Hong Kong television drama series that aired on TVB from December 6, 2004 to January 9, 2005.
Baak Maan Fu Yung was a game show from Hong Kong, based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show's host was Kenneth Chan. The main goal of the game was to win 1 million Hong Kong dollars by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There were three lifelines: 50:50, Phone-a-Friend and Ask-the-Audience. Baak Maan Fu Yung first aired on April 29, 2001. It was broadcast by Hong Kong's ATV.
Kung Fu Kids is the first locally produced live-action fantasy series which tell the story of seven kids of different personalities united by a prophecy. The series used the song Kung Fu Fighting on its series teaser. It began airing on January 28, 2008 back to back with Palos and Lobo, as part of ABS-CBN's new primetime block.
Da Tang Fu Rong Yuan is a Chinese television series based on a novel by Nangong Bo that tells of the romance between Consort Yang Yuhuan and Emperor Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty. The series was directed by Zhou Xiaowen and starred Fan Bingbing and Winston Chao as the couple. It was first broadcast on CCTV-8 in mainland China in 2007.