However many people will remember his powerful performance in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" playing the leader of an assassination squad who eventually has a showdown with his former lover (Uma Thurman). The character was pretty much the opposite of his "Kung Fu" character, the dark side of him in fact. In Carradine's hands the character was a fully developed and fascinating person who you couldn't help regretting his eventual demise at the end of the movie.
I am not going to delve into the controversy about how Mr. Carradine died, I prefer to look at his life as one that was well lived and to enjoy the great work that he left behind.
Take care David Carradine see you on the other side.