Carradine, 72, died last week in Bangkok.
Spike TV said it will pay tribute to him with a "David Carradine Movie Marathon" Saturday.
Scheduled to be shown are "Kill Bill, Vol. 1" and "Kill Bill, Vol. 2," as well as the TV movie "Kung Fu Killer."
A Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated actor who earned a star on Hollywood Boulevard's Walk of Fame, Carradine's career spanned five decades and included dozens of memorable roles. He is perhaps best known for his work in the "Kung Fu" television series, which ran from 1972 to 1975.
"This action-packed marathon is our way of paying homage to one of the most unforgettable martial arts action heroes in film and television history," John Griffin, vice president of programming for Spike TV, said in a statement Thursday.
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