The Last Of David Carradine's Work Is At An End

Top Quote Just over a year since his untimely passing, the legend of David Carradine's illustrious career in Hollywood film is reaching an end. IMDB lists just three films yet to release. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 22, 2010 - Los Angeles, CA - Writer, director and actor Paul Sampson's feature film titled Night Of The Templar is near completion and fans of the late David Carradine are patiently standing by. Carradine's most noted roles of the past decade have aligned him with some of Hollywood's elite and Sampson's Night Of The Templar is slated to follow suit. Carradine's character, the mystical shopkeeper that works alongside the films lead, sets Carradine on screen with talents including Udo Kier, Norman Reedus, Billy Drago, Max Perlich and film writer and director Paul Sampson.

    The film tells a tale that spans a course of 700 years and brings vengeance to the kindred spirits of those who had done the lead character wrong in a past life. Set in the modern day with breathtaking scenery, 'hot-chicks' and strong character development, the story grasps many of the elements that Carradine's cult fans have come to count on from his performances. Featured throughout the film in a key role, Night Of The Templar serves as a key final impression in the long and influential career of an actor so beloved in the entertainment community.

    Sampson's history in film includes working with such noteworthy talent as Ernest Borgnine, Mickey Rourke, Drew Barrymore, Peter Faulk and Cuba Gooding Jr. to name a few. This feature film is the first step of Paul Sampson in the triple roles of writer, actor and director on the same feature film.

    The Templar camp has publically stated that the film will be complete this autumn. Details on the cast are found at

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