David Carradine Remembered
Gone But Not Forgotten
The headlines of David Carradine's untimely death have been provocative, to say the least. Unanswered questions by a media and police force in a foreign land leave little to the imagination. Family, friends, and fans are left in shock.
Although an investigation has yet to be completed, already the premise for self destruction has been on a world wide news feed. The sharks are out, and the frenzy has only begun. While the media tries to presuppose this human being's untimely demise, a family grieves.
The purpose of this page is not to glorify the dead, but to remember the life. David Carradine was a fine actor, and a good father. A few years ago, I saw an interview with him and his daughter at his ranch. She was an ace with horses, and you could tell that David Carradine was proud of her, and kept his family close to heart.
David Carradine as "Bill" - The Superman Dialog
Mr. Carradine was a devout follower of Asian culture and martial arts. Some have said his untimely demise is reminiscent of Brandon and Bruce Lee. One of Mr. Carradine's best roles involved being the main character in the Quentin Tarantino movie titled "Kill Bill." This video is an example of Mr. Carradine's fine performance in Volume 2.
The Kill Bill Diary by David Carradine
This is the diary of David Carradine's experience on the "Kill Bill" movie set, and one of the last written by the screen legend.
Interviews With The Star
You can learn a lot about a person from how they answer questions in an interview. Below are a few interviews with David Carradine. Also, David Carradine was an accomplished musician. He played flute, piano, guitar, and sang. Below is a video of David Carradine performing with The Soul Dogs.
David Carradine: Action Against Hunger
In honor of David Carradine's charitable stand against hunger,
proceeds from this page are donated to
"Action Against Hunger"
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