DAVID CARRADINE - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 76799
Sale Price $180.00
Black and white publicity photograph of David Caradine in a scene from the 1982 horror film, Q.
Photograph signed: "David/Carradine/[yin-yang symbol drawn]". B/w, 10x8 overall, image 9½x6¼ (one surface). ©1982, Larco Production, Inc. Publicity photograph for the 1982 horror film, Q (also called Q: The Winged Serpent and The Winged Serpent), in which Carradine starred as Detective Shepard. Michael Moriarty and Richard Rountree co-starred in the battle against the winged Aztec god, Quetzalcoatl, who takes up residence in New York City's Chrysler Building and terrorizes residents with mid-day raids. Captioned at lower margin. The eldest son of actor John Carradine, stage, screen and television actor David Carradine (1936-2009), was best known as the Chinese-American Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine in TV's Kung Fu (1972-1975). Carradine, who took a strong interest in the Asian martial arts and the philosophy behind them when he began the role, had produced action films, two exercise videos and a book, Spirit of Shaolin, on the subject. Carradine, who earned critical acclaim for his portrayal of Woody Guthrie in the film Bound for Glory (1976), made his film debut in 1964's Taggart, and 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 he 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 on 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 made guest appearances on a number of TV shows, including Alias. Carradine also appeared on Broadway and was a producer and director. Minor surface creases (most not evident head on). Black mark at upper right corner. Fine condition.
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