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Pigwidgeon

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Erin Moran, best known for playing Joanie Cunningham on the television show "Happy Days" has died at 56.

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Tripped across this by accident last night - Toby Smith, original keyboardist for Jamiroquai, 11 April, dead at 46. "Acid jazz" was very much part of the sound track of my life in the '90s, and still is.
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12 points for anyone who had Robert M Pirsig , author of "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"

I wonder if I can find an excuse to use a beer can as shim stock by way of tribute?

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Originally posted by Sandemaniac:
12 points for anyone who had Robert M Pirsig , author of "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"

I wonder if I can find an excuse to use a beer can as shim stock by way of tribute?

AG

That is a sad loss. It is a sublime and brilliant book.

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Jonathan Demme, director of Philadelphia, and Silence of the Lambs, dead at 73, of complications related to cancer.
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I re-watched Silence Of The Lambs a few years back, and found that it has not aged well. It's very much of that early 90s "serial-killer chic" era. Hopkins whole "debonair sociopath" schtick wears thin real quickly.

And there was absolutely no reason to re-make The Manchurian Candidate, which doesn't really work outside of a Cold War context anyway. (Al Qaeda running a brainwashing centre in the middle of the desert?)

I guess Something Wild was entertaining enough, from what I remember of it. And there were a few funny scenes in Married To The Mob. Philadelphia barely rose above a made-for-TV message movie.

I seem to recall liking Rachel Getting Married, but can't remember anything about it.

[ 26. April 2017, 16:52: Message edited by: Stetson ]

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Bruce Langhorne, the inspiration behind Bob Dylan's Mr Tambourine Man, who later went on to invent his own brand of chilli sauce, passed away a couple of weeks ago.

I'm up to the dizzy heights of two successful hits now.

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That's 22 for you, then!

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quote:
Originally posted by Stetson:
I re-watched Silence Of The Lambs a few years back, and found that it has not aged well.

I couldn't tell how well it's aged; I swear that I have never seen that film all the way through. I have started watching it at least half a dozen times but have fallen asleep partway through every single time. Have given up on it now.

[Aside]NB This is not necessarily a comment on the quality of the film! [/Aside]

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quote:
Originally posted by Stetson:
I re-watched Silence Of The Lambs a few years back, and found that it has not aged well. It's very much of that early 90s "serial-killer chic" era. Hopkins whole "debonair sociopath" schtick wears thin real quickly.

Criticizing a movie for those that copied it is a fair tactic.
Thank you as well, for the critiques and spoilers* in an unexpected place! We are in the circus, so perhaps this is a game? Find out what people hate and then sprinkle that into other threads so they might encounter it unexpectedly, how fun!

*Who doesn't love spoilers? Having a movie that one might wish to see ruined aforetime, sublime.

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Cartoon genius Leo Baxendale has died at 86.

AG

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DJ Robert Miles, best known for his hit dance track Children has passed away at the unreasonably young age of 47.

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Then Went Michael Parks

[ 10. May 2017, 21:02: Message edited by: lilBuddha ]

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Magic Grandad is himself being taken on a tour, and the Crowman possibly finds out who makes who.
Geoffrey Bayldon has died.

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Ian Brady has died, aged 79. No further comment.

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Rhodri Morgan, ex Wales First Minister - he may have been parachuted into the job, but he has no need of a parachute now.

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Former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has died at 77. Ailes resigned from his post leading Fox News last July, amid allegations of sexual harassment.

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Chris Cornell from the band Soundgarden has also died, possibly by his own hand.

He was the same age as me.

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quote:
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Chris Cornell from the band Soundgarden has also died, possibly by his own hand.

He was the same age as me.

Oh no. [Waterworks]

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Motorcycle world champion Nicky Hayden has died, aged 35 after a cycling accident in Italy.
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Not sure how I missed this but, Powers Boothe has died. One of my favourite actors for portraying men of dubious character.

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11 points for anyone who had Sir Roger Moore on their list. I had two stars of James Bond films, but neither one was Sir Roger.

May you now be with the other Saints. [Angel]

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Raising an eyebrow in his memory

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He needs to be canonised.

Saint The Saint

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quote:
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Raising an eyebrow in his memory

Absolutely. To me (perhaps because he happened to be the first Bond I saw), he was the Bond - you can keep Sean Connery and his shilly voishe.

RIP Sir Roger. [Frown]

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Actor, business woman and philanthropist Dina Merrill dead at 93.

Also, noted conflict photographer, Stanley Greene dies at 68.

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quote:
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...he was the Bond - you can keep Sean Connery and his shilly voishe.

He was certainly not the "best Bond", but he was my favourite Bond. I also especially liked Moore because he was so unpretentious; he didn't claim to be a particularly talented actor. When Roy Plumley observed on Desert Island Discs that the Bond role wasn't especially stretching Moore as an actor, Moore replied, "It's probably just as well."
[Overused]

ETR an errant speech mark!

[ 24. May 2017, 14:07: Message edited by: Teekeey Misha ]

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From the notice in the Telegraph, he was quoted as describing his range as an actor as “everything from ‘raises left eyebrow’ to ‘raises right eyebrow’”.

I think there was a little more to him than that. [Smile]

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Damn it. I scored some points. [Frown] Jim Bunning has died.

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Another of music's greats has gone. Gregg Allman has died at 69.

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Prog rock and Jazz fusion guitarist Allan Holdsworth, the best guitarist I have ever seen, died of a heart attack aged 70 back on 15th April.

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John Noakes has gone to the Blue Peter sofa in the sky.

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A sad loss. He always came over as a lovely, funny man.

The dream Blue team for me were John Noakes, Peter Purves and Valerie Singleton. They made the show something very very special.

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Oh. John Noakes. May he rest in peace and rise in glory.

(I was more of a Magpie watcher, as that's what my siblings preferred but I did watch Blue Peter then I could get to the TV first. It was John Noakes, Peter Purves, and Lesley Judd who were my Blue Peter dream team.)

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That's another part of my childhood gone.

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quote:
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That's another part of my childhood gone.

And mine. [Frown]

Down, Shep!

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Damn. I stack my list with ailing despots and forget about Manuel Noriega.

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Roy Barraclough has died aged 81.

He was known to many through his character "Alec Gilroy" in Coronation Street, but is remembered by the more discerning Lancastrian as "Cissie" alongside Les Dawson's "Ada".

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I think I might have expected him to be older than 81 - he seems to have been around for such a long time.

RIP.

eta: I'm probably more taken aback that Julie Goodyear (the actress who played Bet Lynch, his on-screen wife) is 75.

[Eek!]

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Peter Sallis, best known as half of Wallace & Gromit and as Norman Clegg from Last of the Summer Wine, has died aged 96.

Thank you for making us smile and laugh. Our lives were all the richer for you. [Votive]

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RIP Wallace

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The journey to Heaven will indeed be A Grand Day Out !

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RIP Mr. Sallis, and Wallace. [Tear]

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Bye bye Bodger. Badger is speechless with grief.

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RIP Batman, aka Adam West.

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RIP Batman, aka Adam West.

I am literally crying. He is my favourite Batman.

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This. Adam West is, and always will be Batman.


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RIP Batman, aka Adam West.

I am literally crying. He is my favourite Batman.


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RIP Batman, aka Adam West.

I am literally crying. He is my favourite Batman.
He isn't my favourite. He is simply the only Batman.

Holy Resting in Peace Adam.

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