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John Carradine
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Attore
Periodo attività 1930 - 1988
Vero nome Richmond Reed Carradine
Nascita New York City,
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5 febbraio 1906

Morte Milano
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27 novembre 1988(1988-11-27) (82 anni)

John Carradine è stato un attore statunitense ricordato per aver recitato in diversi film horror e western.

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Carradine nacque nel 1906, figlio di William Reed Carradine, corrispondente per la Associated Press, e della dottoressa Genevieve Winnifred Richmond, un chirurgo.[1][2] Il padre William era figlio dello scrittore evangelico Beverly Carradine.

La famiglia visse a Peekskill e a Kingston, nello stato di New York.[3] William Carradine morì di tuberculosi quando il figlio John aveva solo due anni di età. La madre in seguito si risposò con un produttore di carta di nome Peck di Filadelfia."[4] Carradine frequentò la Christ Church School di Kingston[3] e l'Accademia Episcopale di Merion Station, in Pennsylvania, dove ha sviluppato la sua dizione e la sua memoria dovendo memorizzare porzioni dell'Episcopal Book of Common Prayercome punizione.[4] Secondo quando dichiarato dal figlio di Carradine, David, il padre lasciò l'accademia all'età di 14 anni e studiò scultura alla Graphic Arts Institute di Filadelfia.[3] Carradine visse per un certo periodo di tempo con lo zio materno, Peter Richmond, a New York City dove lavorò negli archivi cinematografici della biblioteca pubblica.

Carradine fece il suo debutto sui palcoscenici teatrali nel 1925 a New Orleans in una produzione di Camille e allo stesso tempo lavorò in una compagnia teatrale shakespeariana di New Orleans.[3] Nel 1927 ha lavorato su una nave che portava banane da Dallas, in Texas a Los Angeles, in California,[3] città nella quale lavorò in alcuni teatri con il nome d'arte di Peter Richmond, in omaggio allo zio. Carradine divenne amico di John Barrymore ed iniziò a lavorare per Cecil B. DeMille come scenografo. Carradine però non lavorò a lungo come scenografo. Notata la mancanza di alcune colonne romane nei suoi schizzi e dopo aver visto una sua interpretazione dell'Amleto, Cecil B. DeMille lo assunse come comparsa in Il segno della croce (1932).[3][1]


La carriera di attore di Carradine inizia sui palcoscenici teatrali, come attore shakespeariano. Il suo primo vero ruolo in un film, dopo qualche comparsata, è ne di Cecil B. DeMille, all'età di 26 anni. Il nome d'arte John Carradine fu adottato nel 1933. In una intervista concessa alla televisione italiana[senza fonte] dichiarò di essere di origine italiana e che il cognome d'arte Carradine derivava dal cognome italiano Corradini.

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Il primo film nel quale Carradine venne accreditato come interprete fu Tol'able David (1930), ma egli dichiarò di averne interpretati 70 prima di esso. Carradine ha dichiarato di aver partecipato al provino per interpretare il ruolo del Conte Dracula nel film Dracula ed a quello per il ruolo del mostro nel film Frankenstein.[3] In realtà non esistono prove che egli abbia partecipato ai provini dei due film. Nel 1933 recitò con il nome d'arte di John Peter Richmond, in onore del suo amico John Barrymore.[4] Adottò il nome d'arte di "John Carradine" nel 1935.

Nel 1936 entrò a far parte compagnia di John Ford. Con il regista recitò in 11 film, tra i quali vanno ricordati Il prigioniero dell'isola degli squali (1936), Maria di Scozia (1936), Stagecoach (1939), The Grapes of Wrath (1940) e The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962).

Nel 1956 Carradine interpretò il ruolo di Aronne nel film I dieci comandamenti di DeMille.

Carradine did considerable stage work, much of which provided his only opportunity to work in a classic drama context. He toured with his own Shakespearean company in the 1940s, playing Hamlet and Macbeth. His Broadway roles included Ferdinand in a 1946 production of John Webster's The Duchess of Malfi, the Ragpicker in a 13-month run of Jean Giraudoux's The Madwoman of Chaillot, Lycus in a 15-month run of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and DeLacey in the expensive one-night flop Frankenstein in 1981. He also toured in road companies of such shows as Tobacco Road and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, in which he was properly emaciated as the cancer-ridden Big Daddy, a part, he said, which Tennessee Williams wrote for him.[3]

Carradine ha dichiarato di aver recitato in più di 450 film, ma in realtà è stato provato che ha recitato in soli 225 film. Ragione del conto esagerato potrebbe essere il fatto che l'attore ha contato insieme film, programmi televisivi nei quali è apparso e opere teatrali recitate.[3][5][6]

He appeared in dozens of low-budget horror films from the 1940s onwards, in order to finance a touring classical theatre company. He sang the theme song to one film in which he appeared briefly, Red Zone Cuba. He also made more than one hundred television appearances, including CBS's My Friend Flicka, Johnny Ringo (as "The Rain Man"), and Place the Face, NBC's Cimarron City as the foreboding Jared Tucker in the episode "Child of Fear" and on William Bendix's Overland Trail in the 1960 episode "The Reckoning," on ABC's Harrigan and Son, Sugarfoot, The Rebel, and The Legend of Jesse James, and on the syndicated adventure series, Rescue 8, with Jim Davis.

Carradine made recurring appearances as the mortician, Mr. Gateman, on CBS' The Munsters. Carradine also appeared in both of Irwin Allen's classic 1960's science-fiction TV series "Lost In Space" and "Land Of The Giants." In 1985, Carradine won a Daytime Emmy Award for his performance as an eccentric old man who lives by the railroad tracks in the Young People's Special, Umbrella Jack.

In 1982, he supplied the voice of the Great Owl in the animated feature The Secret of NIMH. One of Carradine's final film appearances was Peggy Sue Got Married in 1986. Carradine's last released film credit was Bikini Drive-In, released years after his death.

Carradine's deep, resonant voice earned him the nickname "The Voice". He was also known as the "Bard of the Boulevard," due to his idiosyncratic habit of strolling Hollywood streets while reciting Shakespearean soliloquies, something he always denied.[3]

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John Carradine si è sposato quattro volte. Nel 1935 si sposò per la prima volta con Ardanelle Abigail McCool (January 25, 1911 – January 26, 1989), in 1935. She was mother of Bruce and David.[3] John adopted Bruce, Ardanelle's son from a previous marriage. John had planned a large family but, according to the autobiography of his son David, after Ardanelle had had a series of miscarriages, Carradine discovered that she had had repeated "coat hanger" abortions, without his knowledge, which rendered her unable to carry a baby to full term.[4] After only three years of marriage, Ardenelle Carradine filed for divorce, but the couple remained married for another five years.[7]

They divorced in 1944, when David was seven years old. Carradine left California to avoid court action in the alimony settlement.[8][9][10] After the couple engaged in a series of court battles involving child custody and alimony, which at one point landed Carradine in jail,[9] David joined his father in New York City. By this time his father had remarried. For the next few years David was shuffled between boarding schools, foster homes and reform school.[11]

Carradine married Sonia Sorel (May 18, 1921 – September 24, 2004), who had appeared with him in Bluebeard (1944) immediately following his divorce from Ardanelle in 1945. Sonia, who had adopted the stage name of Sorel, was the daughter of San Francisco brewer, Henry Henius, granddaughter of biochemist Max Henius, and a great-niece of the historian Johan Ludvig Heiberg.[12] Together she and Carradine had three sons, Christopher, Keith and Robert. Their divorce in 1957[12] was followed by an acrimonious custody battle, which resulted in their sons being placed in a home for abused children as wards of the court. Keith Carradine said of the experience, "It was like being in jail. There were bars on the windows, and we were only allowed to see our parents through glass doors. It was very sad. We would stand there on either side of the glass door crying".[13]

Eventually, Carradine won custody of the children. For the next eight years, Sonia was not permitted to see the children.[14] Robert Carradine said that he was raised primarily by his stepmother, his father's third wife, Doris (Rich) Grimshaw, and believed her to be his mother until he was introduced to Sonia Sorel at a Christmas party when he was 14 years old. He told a journalist, "I said, 'How do you do.' Keith took me aside and said 'That's our real mother.' I didn't know what he was talking about. But he finally convinced me."[15]

When John Carradine married Doris (Erving Rich) Grimshaw[16] in 1957, she already had a son from a previous marriage, Dale, and a son from a later relationship, Michael, both of whom, along with Sonia Sorel's son, Michael Bowen, are sometimes counted among John Carradine's eight sons.[17] She was a one-time studio typist who typed the script to The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and who went on to play a few roles in film and television.[18] Doris died in 1971 in a fire in her apartment in Oxnard, California. The fire was caused by a burning cigarette. She had been rescued from a similar fire just two weeks earlier. At the time of her death, she and Carradine were separated.[19] Carradine was married a fourth time, from 1975 to 1988, to Emily Cisneros, who survived him.[2]

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Retired, Carradine suffered from painful and crippling Rheumatoid Arthritis, before he died from multiple organ failure at Fatebenefratelli Hospital in Milan, Italy on November 27, 1988. Hours before he was stricken, he had climbed the 328 steep steps of Milan's Gothic cathedral, the Duomo. According to David Carradine, he had just finished a film in South Africa and was about to begin a European tour. David was with him, reading Shakespeare to him, when he succumbed to his condition.[20] By the time David and Keith Carradine had arrived at their father's bedside, he was unable to speak. "I was told that his last words were 'Milan: What a beautiful place to die.'" David recalled, "but he never spoke to me or opened his eyes. When he died, I was holding him in my arms. I reached out and closed his eyes. It's not as easy as it is in the movies."[4] There was a Requiem Mass for John Carradine at St. Thomas the Apostle Hollywood. Jane Fonda was among those in attendance. An Irish wake followed and eventually he was buried at sea.[4]

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For his contribution to the motion picture industry, John Carradine has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6240 Hollywood Blvd. In 2003, he was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Four of Carradine's five sons became actors: David, Robert, Keith, and Bruce. David had a prolific career, amassing 227 movie and television credits by the time of his death in 2009. He also had a brief Broadway career and produced and directed a number of independent projects. His success often led to work for other members of his family, including his father. The two appeared together in a few films, including The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969) and Boxcar Bertha (1972), which was produced by Roger Corman and directed by Martin Scorsese.

David's television series, Kung Fu, featured his father John and half-brother Robert in the episode "Dark Angel". John would appear as the same character, the Reverend Serenity Johnson, in two more episodes: "The Nature of Evil" and "Ambush". David's brothers Bruce and Keith also appeared in the series, with Keith playing David's character as a teenager for a brief period. David, Keith, and Robert appeared together in a humorous cameo on The Fall Guy, on an episode called "October the 31st" in which their father co-starred.

Robert appeared with his father in an episode of the first Twilight Zone revival television series in 1986. The episode segment titled "Still Life" featured Robert as a photographer who discovers an unusual camera and his father as a college professor who helps him discover the camera's secret.

David's daughter, Calista, Robert's daughter Ever, and Keith's son Cade and daughter Martha Plimpton are all actors. David's daughter, Kansas, rides horses in rodeos.

John's son Christopher is an architect and vice president of Walt Disney Imagineering.

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1967 Hillbillys in a Haunted House 

Dr. Himmil

1967 Lost in Space (TV Series) 

Arcon - The Galaxy Gift (1967) ... Arcon

1967 The Green Hornet (TV Series) 

James Rancourt / The Scarf - Alias the Scarf (1967) ... James Rancourt / The Scarf

1967 Gallery of Horror 

Narrator / Tristram Halbin

1966 The Emperor's New Clothes 

King Luvimself

1966 Night Train to Mundo Fine 

Mr. Wilson

1966 The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. (TV Series) 

Prof. Boris Budge - The Montori Device Affair (1966) ... Prof. Boris Budge

1966 Munster, Go Home! 

Cruikshank

1965-1966 Branded (TV Series) 

General Joshua McCord / Gen. Josh McCord / Gen. Joshua McCord - Kellie (1966) ... General Joshua McCord - The Assassins: Part 2 (1966) ... Gen. Joshua McCord - The Assassins: Part 1 (1966) ... General Joshua McCord - The Mission: Part 2 (1965) ... Gen. Josh McCord - The Mission: Part 1 (1965) ... Gen. Josh McCord

1966 Billy the Kid Versus Dracula 

Count Dracula / posing as James Underhill

1966 Laredo (TV Series) 

Prof. Paracelsus Smythe - Sound of Terror (1966) ... Prof. Paracelsus Smythe

1966 The Legend of Jesse James (TV Series) 

Noah - As Far as the Sea (1966) ... Noah

1965-1966 The Munsters (TV Series) 

Mr. Gateman - The Musician (1966) ... Mr. Gateman - Herman's Raise (1965) ... Mr. Gateman


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1972 Silent Night, Bloody Night 

Charlie Towman

1972 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask 

Doctor Bernardo

1972 Richard 

Plastic Surgeon

1972 Portnoy's Complaint 

Judge (voice, uncredited)

1972 Boxcar Bertha 

H. Buckram Sartoris

1972 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Short) 

Narrator (voice)

1971 Ironside (TV Series) 

Isaiah Witt, 'The Creeper' - Gentle Oaks (1971) ... Isaiah Witt, 'The Creeper'

1971 Night Gallery (TV Series) 

Mr. Hawkins (segment "Big Surprise") - The Diary/A Matter of Semantics/Big Surprise/Professor Peabody's Last Lecture (1971) ... Mr. Hawkins (segment "Big Surprise")

1971 Decisions! Decisions! (TV Movie) 

Railroad ticket clerk

1971 The Seven Minutes 

Sean O'Flanagan

1971 The Gatling Gun 

Rev. Harper

1971 Will to Die 

Christopher Dean

1971 Honey Britches 

The Judge of Hell (uncredited)

1971 Threshold (Short) 

Old-fashioned Undertaker

1970 Crowhaven Farm (TV Movie) 

Nate Cheever

1970 Bigfoot 

Jasper B. Hawks

1970 The McMasters 

Preacher

1970 Shinbone Alley 

Tyrone T. Tattersall (voice)

1970 Myra Breckinridge 

Surgeon

1970 Blood of the Iron Maiden 

Dr. Goolie

1970 Horror of the Blood Monsters 

Dr. Rynning

1970 Cain's Way 

Preacher Simms

1970 Hell's Bloody Devils 

Pet Shop Owner

1969 The Mummy and the Curse of the Jackals 

Prof. Cummings

1969 Daughter of the Mind (TV Movie) 

Mr. Bosch

1961-1969 Bonanza (TV Series) 

Preacher Dillard / Jedediah Milbank - Dead Wrong (1969) ... Preacher Dillard - Springtime (1961) ... Jedediah Milbank

1969 Madame Death 

Dr. Favel

1969 Land of the Giants (TV Series) 

Egor Crull - Comeback (1969) ... Egor Crull

1969 Enigma de muerte 

Mad Doctor / Nazi Leader

1969 Five Bloody Graves 

Boone Hawkins

1969 The Good Guys and the Bad Guys 

Ticker

1969 The Vampires 

Count Branos Alucard

1969 Blood of Dracula's Castle 

George - the butler

1969 The Trouble with Girls 

Mr. Drewcolt

1969 The Big Valley (TV Series) 

Elias Brown - Town of No Exit (1969) ... Elias Brown

1969 Diabolical Pact 

Dr. Halback

1968 Autopsia de un fantasma 

Satán

1968 The Astro-Zombies 

Dr. DeMarco

1968 They Ran for Their Lives 

Laslo

1968 Daniel Boone (TV Series) 

Zack Pike - The Witness (1968) ... Zack Pike

1968 The Helicopter Spies 

Third-Way Priest

1968 Antologia del miedo (Short) 
1967 Psycho à Go-Go 

Dr. Howard Vanard

1967 Hondo (TV Series) 

Dr. Leonard Zeber - Hondo and the Judas (1967) ... Dr. Leonard Zeber

1967 The Hostage 

Otis Lovelace

1967 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (TV Series) 

Old Man - Third-Way Priest - The Prince of Darkness Affair: Part II (1967) ... Old Man - Third-Way Priest - The Prince of Darkness Affair: Part I (1967)

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1978 Sunset Cove 

Judge Harley Winslow

1978 Doctor Dracula 

Hadley Radcliff

1978 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series) 

The Professor - The Action (1978) ... The Professor

1977 The Lady and the Lynchings (TV Movie) 
1977 Christmas Miracle in Caufield, U.S.A. (TV Movie) 

Grampa Sullivan

1977 Appuntamento con l'oro 

Fairweather

1977 Missile X: The Neutron Bomb Incident 

Professor Nikolaeff

1977 Shock Waves 

Captain Ben Morris

1977 The Mouse and His Child 

The Tramp (voice)

1977 Satan's Cheerleaders 

The Bum

1977 The White Buffalo 

Amos Briggs (Undertaker)

1977 McCloud (TV Series) 

Loren Belasco - McCloud Meets Dracula (1977) ... Loren Belasco

1977 Tail Gunner Joe (TV Movie) 

Wisconsin Farmer

1977 The Sentinel 

Father Halliran

1976 Crash! 

Dr. Welsey Edwards

1976 The Last Tycoon 

Tour Guide

1976 The Killer Inside Me 

Dr. Jason Smith

1976 Captains and the Kings (TV Mini-Series) 

Father Hale - Chapter I (1976) ... Father Hale

1976 Death at Love House (TV Movie) 

Conan Carroll

1976 The Shootist 

Beckum

1976 Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood 

Drunk

1976 McCoy (TV Series) 

- New Dollar Day (1976)

1975 The Rookies (TV Series) 

The Voice - The Voice of Thunder (1975) ... The Voice (voice)

1975 Far Out Space Nuts (TV Series) 

Ruler - Crystallitis (1975) ... Ruler

1975 Mobile One (TV Series) 

Maynard Swope - The Informant (1975) ... Maynard Swope

1975 Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary 

The Man

1972-1975 Kung Fu (TV Series) 

Rev. Serenity Johnson - Ambush (1975) ... Rev. Serenity Johnson - The Nature of Evil (1974) ... Rev. Serenity Johnson - Dark Angel (1972) ... Rev. Serenity Johnson

1975 Stowaway to the Moon (TV Movie) 

Jacob Avril

1975 Westwind (TV Series) 

Captain Hooks - Captain Hooks and Crooks (1975) ... Captain Hooks - Captain Hooks and Aborigines (1975) ... Captain Hooks

1974 The Lady's Not for Burning (TV Movie) 

Old Skips

1974 Squadra emergenza (TV Series) 

Jonas Larson - Daisy's Pick Blind Date (1974) ... Jonas Larson

1974 Moonchild 

Mr. Walker

1974 The Cowboys (TV Series) 

Oscar Schmidt - Many a Good Horse Died (1974) ... Oscar Schmidt

1974 The House of Seven Corpses 

Edgar Price

1973 The Cat Creature (TV Movie) 

The Hotel Clerk

1973 Shadow House (Short) 

Uncle

1973 Superchick 

Igor Smith

1973 Bad Charleston Charlie 

Fritz Frugal - Reporter

1973 Terror in the Wax Museum 

Claude Dupree

1973 Love, American Style (TV Series) 

Old George Pomerantz (segment "Love and the Anniversary") - Love and the Anniversary/Love and the Playwright/Love and the Trampled Passion (1973) ... Old George Pomerantz (segment "Love and the Anniversary")

1973 The Night Strangler (TV Movie) 

Llewellyn Crossbinder

1973 1,000,000 A.D. Promo Reel (Short) 

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  2. 2,0 2,1 Filmreference.com: John Carradine.
  3. 3,00 3,01 3,02 3,03 3,04 3,05 3,06 3,07 3,08 3,09 3,10 Beaver, Jim. "John Carradine", Films in Review, October 1979.
  4. 4,0 4,1 4,2 4,3 4,4 4,5 Carradine, David. Endless Highway(1995) Journey Publishing
  5. Carradine interview, Dick Cavett Show, 1977..
  6. Weaver, Tom. John Carradine: The Films, McFarland & Co., 1999.
  7. "Sued for Divorce", Desert News, Feb. 4, 1945, p. 8
  8. "Mrs. Carradine Pushes Action Against Actor", (September 4, 1945) Los Angeles Times A12
  9. 9,0 9,1 "Actor Goes Free Pending Hearing on Old Charge", (September 5, 1953) The Modesto Bee, Pg. 4
  10. "Carradine Flies East After Court Victory", Los Angeles Times, (August 17, 1946) pp. A1
  11. David Carradine Biography. FOX. Updated June 4, 2009
  12. 12,0 12,1 35-year-old Actress and Young Artist Wed. Sarasota Journal. May 13, 1957
  13. Deihl, Digby, "Getting Personal With Keith Carradine", Boca Raton News', November 4, 1984, Pg.99
  14. Wadler, Joyce. "Keith Carradine's Long Road to 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' ", New York Times, July 23, 2006
  15. Scott, Vernon. "Young Robert May Top All Carradines", Sarasota Herald, Feb. 22, 1978, pg. 7B
  16. Oxnard (CA) Press-Courier, May 18, 1971, p. 1
  17. Kleiner, Dick. "Carradines: 8 Sons, 2 Dads, 3 Moms", The Sumter Daily Item, June 1, 1982, pg 10
  18. Oxnard (CA) Press-Courier, May 18, 1971 p. 2
  19. Rome News-Tribune, May 19, 1971, pg. 1
  20. Valsecchi, Peiro. "Actor John Carradine dead at 82", Times-News, November 27, 1988

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