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David Carradine's Last Movie Was Funded By Tax Fraud
"Richard Driscoll's Eldorado was pegged to become a cult classic - the first British film shot in 3D set to be released posthumously as the last ever movie starring David Carradine. But after it was funded with £1.5 million taken from the taxpayer it never saw the light of day." The Telegraph (UK) 06/05/13
Posted June 6, 2013 12:58 AM




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