Results 1 - 11 of 11 in Kung Fu
... Taylor said. Taylor got interested in the sport in 1973, at age 11, after watching David Carradine on television ("Kung Fu") and Bruce Lee in the movies. By his senior year in high school, he had his first professional kickboxing match. He ... Comment?
... college division SEC. Must be able to start. We will see. DE/DT Tank (David) Carradine. David Carradine played a Kung FU warrior in the 1970s show Kung Fu. He was nicknamed Grasshopper. He kicked major ass each week. So will Tank. Strong, run ... Comment?
... happy to report that Sifu Ford Edwards of Little Dao Dragon of Hemet, California has been teaching autistic children Kung Fu and Tai Chi (Taiji) to the point where they were well enough to drop out of medical treatments. In 2004, Sifu Edwards got a ... Comment?
... range of stories without really adding much new to them. There's even an allusion to David Carradine's teacher in "Kung Fu." If you watch it, you'll also find a "Romeo and Juliet" type relationship between a human and an alien and father-daughter ... Comment?
Shaolin Martial Arts Master Xiaojun Wang, also known as XJ, has made his home in Los Angeles, California, and as a result, has opened the cities best Kung Fu School. Comment?
... opinion. Am I a tragic slacker? Do I start in Lodi when a restaurant opens and walk slowly, as David Carradine in Kung Fu , toward the restaurant? What the hell took us so long? It's because we identified a critical error in this age of digital ... Comment?
... about the suspicious death of his his brother David in 2009. David Carradine, best known for his iconic role on "Kung Fu," was found dead in his Bangkok hotel room in June 2009 hanging from a rope in his closet naked. While local authorities ruled ... Comment?
... close to quitting, John would say something, sometimes literally right out of the mouth of David Carradine in Kung Fu , but it almost always made sense. Or at least pissed me off enough to keep going. Somewhere along the way, something changed. ... Comment?
"When you can take the pebble from my hand, it will be time for you to leave." This quotation is likely to bring a flood of memories to fans of the original TV series Kung Fu starring David Carradine. Comment?
... 50 years, with six different black-belt degrees, Kahana also has appeared in 28 episodes of the television series Kung Fu, starring actor David Carradine. Today, Kahana owns 100 acres at the end of a twisting and bumpy dirt road not that far from ... Comment?
... wanting to take a walk down memory lane, here are the 25 "yellow face" film performances (so no David Carradine in Kung Fu unless the long-rumored film version gets made) that have arguably had the most impact on our cultural landscape. Chiun is the ... Comment?