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    Early Ed Parker video
    By John Bishop - Mon, 03 Sep 2007 19:20:31 GMT

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    Here's some early Ed Parker clips with actor Nick Adams and Joe Hyams.

    Part 1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf8d-WrfvZE

    Part 2
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVJuCfBIZ9M&NR=1


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    AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so much for those videos!!!! Mr Parker was sooooo amazing no matter what age! EXCELLENT!!!


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    Nice! These are some real vintage finds, and the quality of the video is superb. Mr. Parker really had some great technique. I did notice that he demonstrated a front snap kick to the HEAD, that was cool to see him do that. Mr. Parker also makes a great "dummy", by the way.

    How old are these vids? I'm guessing sometime in the 60s but does anyone have a specific year?

    Unfortunately I've never heard of Nick Adams... anyone know what he would be famous for?

    And what's up with the big confederate flag hanging on the wall of his converted garage??
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    Quote Originally Posted by domino3700 View Post

    Unfortunately I've never heard of Nick Adams... anyone know what he would be famous for?
    an IMDB search produced nothing i've ever seen or heard of except for an episode of 77 Sunset Strip which is WAAAY before my time.

    i noticed the huge confederate flag too, and even though i know it wasn't what Mr. Parker was talking about, you gotta love the irony when he told Nick: "I think you might be a little prejudiced."

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    Always awesome to see a true master in motion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1point21Jigowatts View Post
    i noticed the huge confederate flag too, and even though i know it wasn't what Mr. Parker was talking about, you gotta love the irony when he told Nick: "I think you might be a little prejudiced."
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    Default Re: MT: Early Ed Parker video

    Quote Originally Posted by domino3700 View Post
    Unfortunately I've never heard of Nick Adams... anyone know what he would be famous for?

    And what's up with the big confederate flag hanging on the wall of his converted garage??
    Nick Adams starred in the Western TV series "The Rebel" (1959-61). His character, Johnny Yuma was an ex-Confederate soldier. Here's an excellent article about Nick Adams.

    http://crimemagazine.com/03/nickadams,0815.htm

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