Endless Highway by David Carradine

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About David Carradine

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A longtime actor on stage and screen, David Carradine was the star of the classic television series Kung Fu. The author of three previous books and the maker of six popular instructional workout videos, Mr. Carradine lives in Los Angeles, California.
Published November 15, 1995 by Journey Editions. 647 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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A few token anecdotes involving such bigger names as Bob Dylan seem to have been tossed in for commercial purposes, though his comment about Ingmar Bergman is mildly amusing (``It's hard to describe what it was like to work for Ingmar .

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David is the Carradine brother who played Woody Guthrie in the movies, not to be confused with another one, Keith, who played Will Rogers on Broadway.

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Carradine's a natural anecdotalist, and his book is a pithy, occasionally stirring read—no more so than when he writes about his childhood in Los Angeles and the paradise of being the son of actor John Carradine.

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