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David Carradine " Kill Bill " signed picture

 
David Carradine " Kill Bill " signed picture. Please feel free to email us any questions to shop@bluepie.info
List Price: $500.00
Our Price: $425.00

Product Code: BBIZ009

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Here we have a signed picture of the man himself " Mr Kill Bill - AKA David Carradine " . This will make a valuable edition to any collection. Please feel free to email us if you have any questions.
 
ABOUT KILL BILL
After a six-year hiatus, Quentin Tarantino returns to the director's chair with KILL BILL. The movie proves once again that he is a hyperactive visionary and the master of cinematic coolness. Split into two volumes by Miramax in order to ensure that Tarantino's vision would not be compromised (and presumably to sell more tickets), KILL BILL: VOL. 1 tells the first half of the sprawling story, which is quite simple at first glance. A female assassin, referred to as "The Bride" (Uma Thurman), is attacked on her wedding day. Dead are her soon-to-be husband and unborn child. However, she doesn't die. Four years later, she wakes up from a coma looking for revenge.
 
Although her ultimate target is her former boss, Bill (David Carradine), it's quite clear that The Bride is saving the best for last. And before she can track him down, she must methodically take out the minions who ruined her life. VOLUME 1's targets include Vernita Green/Copperhead (Vivica A. Fox), Sofie Fatale (Julie Dreyfus), and the heartless O-Ren Ishii/Cottonmouth (Lucy Liu). Using a blessed sword handmade by Hattori Hanzo (Sonny Chiba), The Bride begins her relentless assault.

Turning up the style and energy levels that he kept under a threshold with 1997's JACKIE BROWN, Tarantino's obvious glee and reverence for the underground kung fu action pictures of the '70s, and Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns, makes for a stunning visual spectacle. Employing split screens, slow-motion, an anime sequence, and his trademark ultra-hip musical selections, Tarantino's film dares viewers to be unimpressed.



MOVIE MISTAKES

Mistake #1
When The Bride is slashed on the upper back by O-Ren in their fight scene she collapses and lands on her back in the snow. After she gets up and the fight continues, there is no blood spot on the snow where she was lying.

Mistake #2
When Gogo is fighting the bride, misses and hits herself with the mace, as she falls backwards onto the table, you can see the stunt double's hairy legs.

Mistake #3
When the swordmaker writes "Bill" on the window, take a close look. The window has been wiped before (as happens at the end of the scene) and "re-steamed" - you can see the outlines of the wiping from earlier takes, with a clear contrast between that pane and the others.

Mistake #4
When Vernita Green takes her daughter's picture from the notice board in the kitchen she holds it at the top left corner when the camera is behind her. The shot changes to in front of her and she holds it by the bottom left corner, the shot moves behind her again and she holds it by the top left corner.

Mistake #5
When "The Bride" is first in Okinawa and talking in the bar to the sword maker, look at his headband. The black and white stripes change from shot to shot, obviously showing how each time the material was twisted by the costumier before shooting.

Features
This Item has a lifetime 100% money back guarrantee. Please return the item to Blue Pie Productions in the same condition and we will refund your investment. Items that are damaged will not be able to be returned. This Item comes with a Blue Pie Productions - Certificate of Authenticity Blue Pie is a member of the following organisations: Publishing Member of APRA since 1999 www.apra.com.au Member of PPCA www.ppca.com.au Member of AIR www.air.org.au Member of ARIA www.aria.com.au Member of AIEX www.aiex.com.au Member of PPL UK www.ppluk.com

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