interviews done by this cable-access TV show shot in Vancouver in 1988-89 called "Conversation".
Curated by Jason Forrest
Total Runtime: 0:55:05
This is another part of an hour-long interview with the late actor, David Carradine, in 1989. He was a really great guy; a true gentleman. (For example, he did the interview despite the fact that the show had a tiny, non-commercial audience.)
He was in Vancouver shooting Bird on a Wire, along with Mel Gibson, Goldie Hawn and bill Duke.
Sorry about the poor quality, but this was all volunteer-run by amateurs, and this is a fairly poor VHS dub on top of all that.
It was one of many interviews done by this cable-access TV show shot in Vancouver in 1988-89 called Conversation.
Clearly, he was a good, kind man. He was playing Tennessee Waltz on the hotel piano when he was picked up for this interview. He kept the interviewer waiting and smoked on the set (verboten!) but it was all in good fun -- he was playful that way.