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John Carradine
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Actor
    (February 5, 1906-November 27, 1988)
    Birth name was Richmond Reed Carradine
    Father of David Carradine, Keith Carradine and Robert Carradine
    Acted in 'Jack-O (1995),' 'Edgar Allan Poe's Buried Alive (1990),' 'Evil Spawn (1987),' 'Hollywood Ghost Stories (1986),' 'Evils of the Night (1985),' 'Real Horror (1985),' 'The Ice Pirates (1984),' 'Boogeyman II (1983),' 'House of the Long Shadows (1983),' 'The Scarecrow (1982),' 'Doctor Dracula (1981),' 'Satan's Mistress (1981),' 'The Howling (1980),' 'Monster (1979),' 'Nocturna (1979),' 'Vampire Hookers (1979),' 'Missile X: The Neutron Bomb Incident (1978),' 'Satan's Cheerleaders (1977),' 'Shock Waves (1977),' 'The Killer Inside Me (1976),' 'The House of Seven Corpses (1975),' 'Moonchild (1974),' 'Silent Night, Bloody Night (1973),' 'Terror in the Wax Museum (1973),' 'Blood of Ghastly Horror (1972),' 'Shadow House (1972),' 'Boxcar Bertha (1972),' 'Blood of the Iron Maiden (1970),' 'Horror of the Blood Monsters (1970),' 'The Astro-Zombies (1969),' 'Tol'able David (1930),' 'Forgotten Commandments (1932),' 'The Invisible Man (1933),' 'The Black Cat (1934),' 'The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)' and 'The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936)'
    He was married four times and divorced three.
    He changed his name to John Carradine in 1935.
    He smoked and drank.
    He looked like an old man his entire life.
    He hitchhiked to Hollywood in 1927 in the hopes of becoming an actor, but was not given stage work until 1930.
    Towards the end of his career he would accept any role to pay for his Shakespearean Theatre.
    He made a guest appearance and actually sung the theme song for the Coleman Francis film 'Night Train to Mundo Fine.'
    He is considered one of Hollywood's greatest, and most prolific character actors.
    In the '30s and '40s he acted in many fine roles.
    He played Dracula three times.
    He was known as the 'Bard of the Boulevard' because he often recited Shakespeare in booming tones while strolling Hollywood streets.
    He was a descendant of Saint Pedro Carradegna, the patron saint of Barcelona.
    He had one of the most recognizable voices in film history.
    He appeared in over 500 films and related projects.

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