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David Carradine

David Carradine
David Carradine was the star of the 1970s television series "Kung Fu" and the "Kill Bill" series of movies. Carradine appeared as a guest on various television series and served as a spokesman for Yellowbook. On June 4, 2009, Carradine was found dead in a hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand.
David Carradine was the star of the 1970s television series "Kung Fu" and the "Kill Bill" series of movies. Carradine appeared as a guest on various television series and served as a spokesman for Yellowbook. On June 4, 2009, Carradine was found dead in a hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand. « Show less

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  • Martial arts arrive in media city

    Martial arts arrive in media city
    Burbank now boasts a martial arts museum that city officials say will diversify the city’s entertainment attractions. The Martial Arts History Museum, founded by President Michael Matsuda in 2007 in Santa Clarita, has relocated to Burbank, and it...
  • Fall Sneaks list

    Fall Sneaks list
    SEPT. 9 All's Faire in Love A college football star has to make up for his many absences by working at a Renaissance fair, where he falls for an aspiring actress. With Christina Ricci, Owen Benjamin, Cedric the Entertainer and Matthew Lillard. Written...
  • 'Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel'

    'Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel'
    Pretty much anyone who knows movies knows the name Roger Corman, and this clip-laden profile of the filmmaker - who famously has worked with low budgets and given many talents their starts - features comments by a number of people who built notable...
  • 'Death Race 3: Inferno'

    The literally hard-driving action franchise continues with this made-for-video adventure, casting Luke Goss as a convict - known as ”Frankenstein” (as was David Carradine in the original "Death Race 2000") - who has to win one more race to...
  • Quick 'n' dirty sex advice: spring edition

    Quick 'n' dirty sex advice: spring edition
    Welcome to spring! It’ll still be cold for two more months, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dream about putting our ski masks away and of summer hookups to come. With a new season comes a new quick ‘n’ dirty column, advice for...
  • Hangover II, a joke too far?

     
    Roger Ebert was put off by the visual riff on thisĀ  Pulitzer Prize winning photo by Eddie Adams in the closing credits of “The Hangover Part II.” A “desecration,” he calls it. This image rattled much of America during the Vietnam...
  • Up early? Catch me on the radio

     
    Some weeks you're awake and alert and on your game. And some days those ninnies at Mix 105.1 are editing out your crack about “Las Vegas is PG-13, Bangkok is NC-17. Bangkok is where Swedish businessmen go to rent Cub Scouts for the week, it's...
  • Don Johnson earns the Tarantino Treatment in ‘Django Unchained’

     
    We've all heard how Jamie Foxx scored the title role in “Django Unchained” because Will Smith didn't need a Quentin Tarantino styled makeover. Or maybe he didn't want to play an ex-slave. QT, you will recall, codified cool in Harvey Keitel,...
  • ‘Kung Fu’ movie may have its director

     
    Bill Paxton should have been able to move straight into a directing career after his first two films — “Frailty” and “The Greatest Game Ever Played.” Very good movies, well-acted, shot and edited, I could easily see him as...
  • Around Town: Edgar Wright shows his stuff and aliens attack

     
    Aki Kaurismaki films, a 1950s sci-fi double feature and a program curated by Edgar Wright are among this week’s film highlights....
  • Ricky Williams to walk the earth like Caine in 'Kung Fu?'

     
    Ricky Williams has been sounding a lot like Jules Winnfield lately. You know, Samuel L. Jackson's character in "Pulp Fiction" who makes a sudden decision to leave the criminal life. Jules' plan? To "walk the earth ... like Caine in 'Kung Fu.'"...