Caine pursues the renegade Confederate soldiers who kidnapped two boys, one black and one white; guests Charles Haid, Hal Williams.
The blind preacher Serenity Johnson (John Carradine) feigns illness to enlist Caine's aid in recovering a debt; guest Pat Morita.
Caine teams with a prince of thieves to restore a Chinese grand duke deposed by an evil relative (James Hong) to his rightful throne.
Caine seeks to reunite Danny Caine's family and save his half-brother from a band of bounty hunters; guests Leslie Nielsen, A Martinez.
Caine, his nephew and pursuing bounty hunters locate the priest's half-brother (Tim McIntire); guests Leslie Nielsen, Carl Weathers.
Caine flees with his half-brother's wife (Lois Nettleton) and son (John Blyth Barrymore) through Indian lands; guest Leslie Nielsen.
Caine works as a prizefighter for a man (Leslie Nielsen) holding the priest's nephew hostage; with Lois Nettleton.
Caine joins two musicians (José Feliciano, Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley) on their search for a boyhood memory; guest Beverly Garland.
Caine must struggle with a demon of fear from his past to help a woman addicted to drugs; guests Bruce Carradine, Wilford Brimley.
Caine recalls his desperate attempt to escape a clever pursuer (James Shigeta) and flee China after killing the nephew of the emperor.
Caine must teach a peacemaker (Alejandro Rey) how to kill in order to repay his debt of honor to the man's father.
Caine protects a dying photographer (Lew Ayres) from a vengeful Indian youth who believes the man's camera stole his spirit.
The boy Caine lies dying of poison, while the man Caine endures a scorpion's bite and ghostly visions. Directed by David Carradine.
A warlord besieges the temple, where his betrothed has sought refuge; with Barbara Seagull (Hershey).
A Chinese warlord threatens to destroy the Shaolin temple unless a young nun is surrendered to his passion.
Caine's former Shaolin teacher (James Shigeta) seeks revenge against the railroad that he holds responsible for the death of his nephew.
Caine confronts an embodiment of evil (Soon-Teck Oh) who arrives at the Shaolin temple to challenge Master Kan to deadly ritual combat.
A childhood dream convinces Caine a pregnant woman's (Stefanie Powers) fate is linked to a buffalo calf; guest Don Stroud.
Caine believes he's found his half-brother (James Wainwright), who is stalked by an ambitious gunman; guests Carol Lawrence, A Martinez.
Caine seeks an Apache's enemy (Anthony Zerbe), a mercenary who can clear the priest of an attempted-murder charge.
Caine rescues a clairvoyant woman (Sondra Locke) who has escaped from a mental institution and helps her to confront her inner fears.
Caine must forfeit a finger to gain the Chinese emperor's pardon; guests William Shatner, France Nuyen, Rosemary Forsyth.
Caine solves his grandfather's murder and faces the assassins; with Eddie Albert, Eddie Albert, Patricia Neal.
Chinese assassins seek Caine, who seeks his grandfather's murderer; with Eddie Albert, Eddie Albert, Patricia Neal.
A trio of assassins from the Orient and a grandmother who is suspected of murder take up the pursuit of Caine.
Caine learns the truth about Anna; he thinks he has won the concubine (Nancy Kwan) he loves.
Caine helps a man claiming he must bury his Indian woman, and recalls his battle for a concubine's (Nancy Kwan) love.
Caine and the blind preacher Serenity Johnson (John Carradine) seek the nameless killer (Morgan Woodward) of Serenity's young companion.
A Chinese girl begs Caine's assistance to save her father from charges of treason against the tong, a secret society to which he belongs.
Caine believes an old enemy, a former priest (Soon-Teck Oh), innocent of murder.
Caine is caught amid a gang of farmers, the railroad and a private detective (Barry Sullivan); guests Harrison Ford, Denver Pyle.
Caine protects a madam (Anne Francis) and her bordello from a band of vigilantes who want the land a farmer deeded to the prostitutes.
Kidnappers throw wounded Caine in a pit along with their victim (Lynda Day George), a proud Southern woman; guest Roger E. Mosley.
Caine, mistaken for an associate of a Chinese Robin Hood (Robert Ito), is captured and then rescued by the crusading bandit himself.
Caine sees a hanged man, but no one believes him when the body can't be found; guests John Drew Barrymore, Tina Louise, Howard Duff.
A dedicated Texas Ranger (Robert Foxworth) trailing a gang loses his badge after illegally killing a former outlaw; guest Slim Pickens.
Caine befriends a gunfighter (Andrew Prine) wounded by a bounty hunter and takes him to the cabin of an isolated, frightened widow.
A beautiful medicine-show owner (Diana Muldaur) seeks Caine's affections and his protection from a pursuing gunman; guest Matt Clark.
Caine intervenes in an escalating feud between aloof Hutterite sheepherders and vengeful local cattle ranchers; guest Anthony Zerbe.
Caine helps a young man in a dying mining town who fears he has inherited his mother's madness; guests David Huddleston, Ed Flanders.
A tormented Army lieutenant (Tim Matheson) who feels himself a coward pursues Caine after the priest escapes wrongful imprisonment.
Caine confronts a Chinese underworld lord to free a slave boy (Carey Wong) who has sought refuge with an evangelist (Diana Douglas).
A 15-year-old Indian boy (Don Johnson) whose mother is being held by her husband's murderers sees Caine as a spirit sent to guide him.
A down-on-his-luck, lonely farmer (Jack Elam) with an Indian wife becomes a hero when he kills a bandit's son; guest Logan Ramsey.
Caine confronts a shaman (Emilio Fernández) imprisoning a small village with fear and superstition; guests Henry Darrow, Benson Fong.
Shot by outlaws and abandoned in the desert, a dying priest begs Caine to recover his sacred golden chalice.
Murder-witness Caine gets caught in two families' blood feud; with Dana Elcar, James Keach, Robert Ito.
Desperately ill, Caine finds sanctuary with a former slave (Hal Williams) concealing a well from a drought-stricken town; guest Jim Davis.
Caine befriends a dying Indian (Chief Dan George) seeking to reclaim his burial land; guests Gary Busey, William Katt, Victor French.
Thugs steal a gambler's winnings, entrusted to Caine, then murder the owner of the cash; guests Ed Nelson, John Anderson, Sheree North.
A thief (Moses Gunn) searches for a lost diamond; an Armenian (Gregory Sierra) chooses between love and patriotism; guest Kiel Martin.
Caine, wrongly convicted of a robbery, is sentenced to hard labor in a silver mine located in an Indian graveyard; guest Mike Mazurki.
With Caine's help, the son of a slain sheriff defends his jail and prisoner, the leader of the gang responsible for the lawman's death.
A girl witness (Jodie Foster) mistakenly accuses Caine of murder after seeing him momentarily holding a gun during a stagecoach robbery.
The Army arrests Caine and then shackles him to another prisoner, a huge man seeking revenge on his enemies; guest Geoffrey Lewis.
Caine helps a Chinese woman in love with the son (Richard Hatch) of a rancher who threatens to evict her people; guest Soon-Teck Oh.
Greed tempts a gold prospector (Albert Salmi) when he finds out about the price on Caine's head; guests Merlin Olsen, Geraldine Brooks.
Caine offers to walk through a pit of snakes to save the life of a sheriff (Pat Hingle) who was forced to kill the son of a rancher.
A woman saves Caine and considers trading him for her father, a writer imprisoned in China; guests Mako, Andrew Duggan, Rosalind Chao.
A woman (Lane Bradbury) impregnated in a rape endures more tragedy when she and her father try to take revenge on her soldier-attacker.
Caine searches for a boyhood friend, but finds him murdered by thugs; guests Robert Urich, Benson Fong, Clu Gulager.
A blind preacher (John Carradine) saves Caine's life as the priest seeks his American grandfather (Dean Jagger); guest Robert Carradine.
Caine faces a bounty hunter (John Saxon) after befriending a boy (Brandon Cruz) who lost his father and mother in an Indian attack.