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    Exclamation David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    David Carradine found dead in Thailand hotel - Celebrities- msnbc.com

    Actor David Carradine, star of the 1970s TV series “Kung Fu” who also had a wide-ranging career in the movies, has been found dead in the Thai capital, Bangkok. A news report said he was found hanged in his hotel room and was believed to have committed suicide.

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    Re: David Carradine found dead in Thailand

    That sucks!

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    Re: David Carradine found dead in Thailand

    Holy crap ... no freakin' way.

    Bill is dead, for reals.


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    Re: David Carradine found dead in Thailand

    I guess they found a way to "Kill Bill" after all.

    Yeah I know that was bad.

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    Re: David Carradine found dead in Thailand

    What a bummer. A long career with a number of high points. Sad that he hung himself.

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    Re: David Carradine found dead in Thailand

    How sad that he felt his life was worth so little.

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    Yeah I know that was bad.
    My brother told me one that is worse: Hung Fu.

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    Re: David Carradine found dead in Thailand

    What a way to Kill Bill. If it was a heart attack or natural causes, but this way? RIP David.

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    Passing of Actor David Carradine In Bangkok

    Actor David Carradine found dead in Bangkok (AP) - Yahoo! Movies

    Loved Kung Fu when I was a kid. The phenominal actor appeared in every movie genra imaginable, and was an entertainer extraordinaire. Never saw a film that I didn't like. One of his most popular recent flicks of course was Kill Bill. Seemed to be a genuine great guy with a terrific sense of humor. He will be sorely missed by his millions of fans the world over.

    As a tribute to his likability, I am posting two of his television commercials which I find to be hilarious.

    The first is an advertisement for Yellow Book .com with Carradine appearing as an Internet Information Guru -

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQR41h2jGoQ]YouTube - Yellow Book Ad Guru promotes search engine placement[/ame]

    The second is a commercial that features David's sales pitch for Kill Bill swords -

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4mUehKrefg]YouTube - David Carradine Commercial For Kill Bill Swords[/ame]
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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    I wonder if it is possibly a Michael Hutchence type scenario.


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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    I wonder if it is possibly a Michael Hutchence type scenario.
    All that I know is that I am so sad and shaken that such a wonderful actor and person was apparently distraught to the point of hanging himself. He will always be dearly remembered. You were a hero and a winner in every sense. RIP pal.
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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    Looks like you and I both greatly admired him, SummerInFL. At 72, he was still young enough (by today's standardards) to have a meaningful career ahead of him. He appeared to be in good shape, too. From my understanding, David Carradine still practiced the martial arts. Wonder if he had an undisclosed health problem, or a love life related conflict?
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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    I wonder if it is possibly a Michael Hutchence type scenario.
    Basically, from the way the reports are sounding, he did pull a "Hutchence" (and I'm still sad about Michael's death almost 12 years later).

    But... he was in town to film a movie. Something just doesn't seem right about it all.

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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    Quote Originally Posted by aimster View Post
    Basically, from the way the reports are sounding, he did pull a "Hutchence" (and I'm still sad about Michael's death almost 12 years later).

    But... he was in town to film a movie. Something just doesn't seem right about it all.
    Your insticts serve you well, aimster.

    New reports are coming in that law enforcement now suspects that he didin't commit suicide. the cord was apparently tied around his body oin such a manner that he couldn't have did it himself. This leaves two possibilities. Either it's homicide...or an accident (for whatever thew case may be...hopefully not sexual kink).
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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    Not seeing any reports of foul play...where are you seeing this?

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    Re: David Carradine Found dead in Thailand (merged threads)

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    I wonder if it is possibly a Michael Hutchence type scenario.
    Hutchence's death was officially ruled a suicide. There are rumors there was more to it, but it could never be proven and the coroner ruled it out.

    I think this is going to be more of an Albert Dekker type scenario.
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