YinYangNature has put together a lovely play list of 1-2 minute video clips from David Carradine's Kung Fu TV series. The selections are little gems of Taoist wisdom - well worth checking out! For instance: here is one whose dialogue is drawn directly from Laozi's Daode Jing (which verse?).
The Kung Fu series aired for three seasons, from 1972 through 1975. For those of you who don't already know, its setting toggles back and forth between China's Shaolin Monastery and various "wild west" American towns, ranches, etc. -- which makes for some truly strange and quirky dialogue and visual effects. Nevertheless, there is an authenticity to the transmission of Shaolin wisdom and values that still holds great appeal for those of us interested in such things.
It was just last year that I actually rented a DVD with several of the Kung Fu episodes, and immediately I was hooked. I took the plunge in part because I had just learned that it was Dr. Kam Yuen - a qigong healer I recently had met - who had been the technical advisor for the original series. At the time when the series was being conceived, Master Yuen was teaching Shaolin Kung Fu, and in fact was David Carradine's Teacher.
At any rate, check in out - and let me know what you think!