David CarradineSpike TV is to pay tribute to late actor David Carradine, who died a shocking and tragic death last week, by shelving its schedule in favor of a marathon of his films.

Spike TV bosses will air films like Kung Fu and the two "Kill Bill" movies (1, 2) back to back on Saturday - for 11 hours.

Carradine, 72, was found dead, hanging in the closet of his Bangkok hotel suite.

Everything from suicide to foul play was speculated; however, Thai police believe he died accidentally as he took part in a dangerous sex game involving auto-erotic asphyxiation - where victims achieve heightened sexual pleasure by restricting their air supply.

Autopsy results have ruled out suicide.




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