DAVID CARRADINE - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1973 - HFSID 179592
DAVID CARRADINE Index card signed by Carradine affixed to a final draft script for the Kung Fu episode Alathea. This episode first aired on March 15, 1973 and featured a 10 year-old Jodie Foster. Signature: "David/Carradine".
Sale Price $144.00
Index card signed by Carradine affixed to a final draft script for the Kung Fu episode Alathea. This episode first aired on March 15, 1973 and featured a 10 year-old Jodie Foster.
Signature: "David/Carradine". 5x2¾ card affixed to 8¼x10¾x¼ script bound with three brass fasteners and white paper and cardboard covers. Script is 56 pages long. Final draft script by William Kelley, dated Jan. 22, 1973, for the episode Alathea from the TV series Kung Fu. Alathea first aired during Season 1 of Kung Fu on March 15, 1973. This episode featured a 10 year-old Jodie Foster as a girl who mistakenly accuses Kwai Chang Caine (Carradine) of shooting a wagon driver during a hold-up. The eldest son of actor John Carradine, stage, screen and television actor David Carradine, born John Arthur Carradine in Hollywood, California in 1936, is best known as the Chinese-American Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine in TV's Kung Fu (1972-1975). He took a strong interest in the Asian martial arts and the philosophy behind them when he began the role and has produced action films, two exercise videos and a book, Spirit of Shaolin, on the subject. Carradine has over 200 movies and TV shows to his credit. He earned critical acclaim for his portrayal of Woody Guthrie in the film Bound for Glory (1976), made his film debut in 1964's Taggart, appeared in such films as Boxcar Bertha (1972), The Long Goodbye (1973), Mean Streets (1973), Death Race 2000 (1975), Gray Lady Down (1977), The Long Riders (1980) and Bird on a Wire (1990), and found success later in his career in the two Kill Bill movies (Vol. 1, 2003; Vol. 2, 2004). Carradine, who also starred in the short-lived TV series Shane (1966) and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993-1997), was nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance in the TV miniseries North and South (1985), and he has made guest appearances on a number of TV shows, including recent roles on Alias. He's has also appeared on Broadway and is a producer and director. Lightly toned, creased and rippled. Signature card is lightly soiled. Otherwise in fine condition.
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