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Old 08-21-08, 01:02 PM
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Sho 'Nuff (Julius Carey) has died

Apparently, actor Julius Carey died on Tuesday from pancreatic cancer ..

RIP ...


August 20, 2008. MediaTakeOut.com has just received some sad news. Actor Julius Carey III, most famous for his role as "SHO NUFF", the shogun of Harlem in the movie The Last Dragon passed away yesterday.
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RIP Lord Bowler
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"KISS MY CONVERSE!"

He also had a role in the most violent Hood film I've ever seen, The Bronx War.
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Weird, Gene Upshaw, head of the NFLPA also just died of pancreatic cancer yesterday.
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It's been ages since I last watched The Last Dragon. Keep it funky in heaven. R.I.P.
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Now, when I say, "Who's da masta?" you say, "Sho'nuff!"

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He also appeared in what would have make one hell of a 1979 double bill - The Disco Godfather and The Fish That Saved Pittsburg. Still, it is his trailblazing, utterly fearless work on "Two Guys, A Girl, and a Pizza Place" that will prove to be Julius Carey's lasting legacy.
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Aw hell naw....... Shogun of Harlem
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He'll always be Lord Bowler to me. RIP.
Old 08-23-08, 12:12 AM
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I'll always remember him as Lord Bowler and miss him terribly. In fact, there goes my dream of a movie based on The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.
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My brother's mother-in-law died a few weeks ago. She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in mid-June. It's a quick little bugger.

He will always Lord Bowler (aka James Lonefeather).

Might have to go watch a few eps of Brisco today in his memory.

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Yeah he was great in Brisco.
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I use to catch TLD when I was a kid. Been watching it forever since it hit DVD. This got me into martial arts movie. This & Bloodsport.

The Sho-Gun of Harlem lives through in the glow.



RIP big man.
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Originally Posted by Lqv2015 View Post
that's awesome! his death is not
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I do love him as Bowler, too.


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