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Remembering 'Kung Fu' Star David Carradine

by Kim Potts, posted Jun 4th 2009 11:53AM


Television and movie David Carradine, 72, was found dead June 4 in Bangkok (for more details, go to PopEater).

Watch a few indelible Carradine moments from 'Kung Fu,' after the jump ...David CarradineTelevision and movie David Carradine, 72, was found dead June 4 in Bangkok (for more details, go to PopEater).

The Emmy-nominated actor was best known for his work on the classic 1972-75 TV drama 'Kung Fu,' in which he played Caine, a Shaolin priest who wandered across country in the American Old West. More recently, he had done stints on 'Alias,' 'King of the Hill,' 'Lizzie Maguire' and 'Medium.'

He also made a cameo appearance in the Jonas Brothers' video for 'Burnin' Up,' and reportedly made a guest appearance in the June 12 episode of the new Fox summer series 'Mental.'

Here are just a few indelible Carradine moments from 'Kung Fu,' courtesy of yinyangnature at YouTube. -- By Kim Potts



The Tao of 'Kung Fu' #1: "Fear is the only darkness"





The Tao of 'Kung Fu' #8: "Leave no place for death to enter"




The Tao of 'Kung Fu' #20: "Be nothing and become everything"




Sound off: What's your favorite David Carradine memory?




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