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  1. Thread: Katherine Walsh

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    This is another interesting one. I remember the...

    This is another interesting one. I remember the Monkees episode she was in but had no memory of it being the first episode aired--- despite seeing the Monkees debut back in the 1966. My dad hated the...
  2. Thread: Lou Reed - 71

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    And all the colored girls sing: Doo Doo Doo Doo...

    And all the colored girls sing: Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo

    I love "Walk on The Wild Side" it was a staple of the old Sportsman's Cafe once located on Dunsmuir street in Vancouver BC. After a late...
  3. Thread: Marcia Wallace

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    I met her in the early 90s. She and Dawn Wells...

    I met her in the early 90s. She and Dawn Wells were performing together in "The Female Odd Couple" I recognized her immediately at a local restaurant and chatted with them both. They were great and...
  4. I loved his near-hysterical portrayal of...

    I loved his near-hysterical portrayal of Caligula. As a self-identified Trekkie I also remember him from the memorable Elaan of Troyius episode from the original series. He played a suitably outraged...
  5. Thread: Jackie Lomax

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    I know the name--- Lomax's name crops up in...

    I know the name--- Lomax's name crops up in almost any book covering the Apple years. I was unaware of his passing. It appears to have been sudden--- a heart attack? Sour Milk Sea is a very obvious...
  6. Thread: Jane Connell

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    Not to be disrespectful but other than "Tabitha"...

    Not to be disrespectful but other than "Tabitha" I'm surprised anyone is left alive who had anything to do with that show. I remember watching all the way back to the first season as a youngster....
  7. Thread: Patricia Blair

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    Yes the Paper got back to me with the following:...

    Yes the Paper got back to me with the following:



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    Reminds me of my cousin who disappeared in the...

    Reminds me of my cousin who disappeared in the early 1970s. Sadly, her parents and a sibling died never knowing what had happened to her. Significantly, she saved me from drowning in 1965 when I was...
  9. Thread: Patricia Blair

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    That is interesting. I launched a message to a...

    That is interesting. I launched a message to a local newspaper via Facebook and will report back if I hear anything from them.

    https://www.facebook.com/heraldnewspapers
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    Was watching PBS' tribute show honouring the many...

    Was watching PBS' tribute show honouring the many wonderful and talented girl groups of the 1960s. Being a Death hag in good standing I checked my iphone periodically to see "where are they now?" or...
  11. Thread: Barbara La Marr

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    Great find! I was unaware of her until this...

    Great find! I was unaware of her until this thread.
  12. Thread: Marlene Dietrich

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    Yes, thanks so much for posting this, Gladiolus....

    Yes, thanks so much for posting this, Gladiolus. Despite the criticisms of her daughter--- born out of "apparent" neglect, and sexual abuse at the hands of a hired female tender, Dietrich manages to...
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    There's a death certificate linked through the...

    There's a death certificate linked through the FAD main article on him.

    http://www.findadeath.com/Deceased/c/Eddie%20Cochran/Eddie%20Cochran.html
  14. Thread: Karen Black, 74

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    She was suitably creepy in Burnt Offerings...

    She was suitably creepy in Burnt Offerings co-starring with Oliver Reed. She was "fierce" and charismatic in "Welcome Back to the 5 and Dime Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean". I am saddened to learn of her...
  15. Thread: Usher

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    No no no--- not dumb at all.Good thoughts your...

    No no no--- not dumb at all.Good thoughts your way :)
  16. Thread: Usher

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    Whoops! Thought we lost Usher ---- this one needs...

    Whoops! Thought we lost Usher ---- this one needs to be moved to diff forum.
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    Loved Alan's voice --- and saddened that he died...

    Loved Alan's voice --- and saddened that he died so young. 1970 O.D. aged 27 --- another member of that infamous club. If you read up on "Heat" co-founder, Bob Hite you soon discover he died in 81'...
  18. Thread: Chastity Bono

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    Ahhh then the hunt is on for a current photo :) ...

    Ahhh then the hunt is on for a current photo :)

    Ok from a couple days ago via Perez Hilton---- Chaz appears to be on cruise control wrt the weight loss. Wishing him every success :)

    ...
  19. Thread: Chastity Bono

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    He looks "much" healthier--- hoping good things...

    He looks "much" healthier--- hoping good things continue to happen for him. He also sounds a lot like his dad with regards to his vocal range :)
  20. Thread: Marilyn Monroe

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    My observations/opinions: Norma Jean was well...

    My observations/opinions:

    Norma Jean was well aware that "Marilyn Monroe" was simply a stage persona --- an entertainment construct. Much as Vincent Furnier discusses the creation of the Alice...
  21. James Gray, former keyboard player with Blue Rodeo dead (52)

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/entertainment/james-gray-former-keyboard-player-with-blue-rodeo-dead-at-52-1.1400893

    Never really a fan of Blue Rodeo but they are something of an institution up here.
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    Yes, would love to meet Julie Newmar of course....

    Yes, would love to meet Julie Newmar of course. To me she is the definitive "Catwoman". Mikey's stories are great as well. **Shudder** I may not be able to look at everyone's fave Vulcan the same...
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    Zachary Quinto is now famously-out :) ...

    Zachary Quinto is now famously-out :)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/12/zachary-quinto-out-magazine-coming-out-dream-roles_n_1877213.html

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  24. Thread: Michael Ansara ,

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    For me always, I picture him as the Kilingon,...

    For me always, I picture him as the Kilingon, Kang in the Original run of Star Trek

    http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Michael_Ansara

    RIP Michael
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    Exactly Mint! He's one of the best. :) Other...

    Exactly Mint! He's one of the best. :)

    Other celebs I have met include Nichelle Nichols. A very gracious lady and well aware of Star Trek's positive affect on the African American community and...
  26. Thread: Robert Francis

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    TCM just broadcast the Caine Mutiny tonight. So...

    TCM just broadcast the Caine Mutiny tonight. So almost 58 years to the day we lost this strikingly handsome and talented young actor.

    RIP Robert
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    I wanted to add my voice to that of the others...

    I wanted to add my voice to that of the others who've made mention of how they have enjoyed this thread. The thread began back in 2007 lol so took me 3 days to work through the darn thing!!! Anyways,...
  28. Thread: Eileen Brennan

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    A very likeable stage persona--- cause of death...

    A very likeable stage persona--- cause of death is being listed as bladder cancer.

    RIP Eileen
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    Star Trek fans will remember her from the 1967...

    Star Trek fans will remember her from the 1967 episode "Court Martial". She played the prosecutor opposite the wonderful Elijah Cook Jr. (1903-1995). She was certainly a beautiful woman but like the...
  30. Klute played on TV tonight. Another great film...

    Klute played on TV tonight. Another great film for which Jane Fonda won the Oscar for lead actress. So as is my habit I googled the principles and discovered not only that the director had a rather...
  31. Thread: Debralee Scott

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    I remember her most notably from Welcome Back...

    I remember her most notably from Welcome Back Kotter. It's really a generational thing with her as she was never an "A" lister so-to-speak. She was loaded with personality in her role as "Hotsie...
  32. Thread: Bruce Lee

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    Whoops! Off by a couple of days. The anniversary...

    Whoops! Off by a couple of days. The anniversary of Bruce's death just passed July 20th 1973. I was/am a huge Bruce Lee fan. I saw Enter the Dragon a personal record of 17 times at various theatres...
  33. Thread: Marlene Dietrich

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    Just watched a wonderful documentary called...

    Just watched a wonderful documentary called Marlene Dietrich: Her Own Song (2001). She was an amazing woman. A person of high ideals whose hatred of Nazism and her efforts to support the Allied cause...
  34. Thread: Rob Pilatus

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    Yes, but in most cases it's just a case of...

    Yes, but in most cases it's just a case of manipulating the sound of a person 's own voice as you point out. In the case of Milli Vinilli they weren't on the recording at all in any way shape or...
  35. Thread: Susan Vickery

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    Thank you for posting, Heak and great research...

    Thank you for posting, Heak and great research everyone. Still curious as to Rhonda's death at such an early age. Maybe someone will get that question solved too :)
  36. Thread: Rob Pilatus

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    The difference is that artists lip sync to their...

    The difference is that artists lip sync to their own voices not someone else's. BTW, I hate to say it but this thread made me think of that scene in Bruno where Sacha Baron Cohen goes to a "medium"...
  37. Thread: Kim Walker

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    Heathers was on tonight. It's a clever film and...

    Heathers was on tonight. It's a clever film and Kim was excellent in it. I am saddened by her death at such a young age. She looks like she had the ability to have done much more with her career if...
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    For those wanting her "dates" Jo Ann Kelly (5...

    For those wanting her "dates"

    Jo Ann Kelly (5 January 1944 — 21 October 1990)
  39. Thread: Cory Monteith

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    Very sad--- he grew up in my home town. But he...

    Very sad--- he grew up in my home town. But he was much "much" younger than me.

    RIP Cory :(
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    Found this on Youtube a real Death Hag gem and...

    Found this on Youtube a real Death Hag gem and features extensive coverage/interviews of Eddie's fiancée the late Sharon Sheeley. Focuses pretty much exclusively on the night of the crash and its...
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    Eddie's passing is tragic to say the least. I did...

    Eddie's passing is tragic to say the least. I did a lot of internet reading and it is fairly easy to trace the route his ill-fated ride took. He took the older A4 route as opposed to the newer M4...
  42. Thread: Badfinger

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    Owned a copy of the "Magic Christian" album in...

    Owned a copy of the "Magic Christian" album in the 70s. I'm a big Beatles fan and naturally gravitated towards the melodic sounds of Badfinger once I became aware of them. I had the distinct pleasure...
  43. Thread: Sky Saxon

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    Thanks for the merge--- I did do a search for...

    Thanks for the merge--- I did do a search for "Sky Saxon" but for whatever reason did not receive a *hit* :/
  44. Thread: Clara Bow

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    The football team sounds like another "Hollywood...

    The football team sounds like another "Hollywood Babylon" myth. I remember hearing about it as well. "The It Girl" was on Turner Classic Movies last week or so. Clara really did have "IT" sex appeal....
  45. Thread: Karyn Kupcinet

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    This is one I really wish had been solved--- it...

    This is one I really wish had been solved--- it has a lot of interesting angles to it.
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    Awwww--- so sorry to hear of his passing. His...

    Awwww--- so sorry to hear of his passing. His role in Enter the Dragon was so good--- he had a number of catchy lines... "man you come right out of a comic book" :)

    RIP Jim
  47. Thread: Jimi Hendrix

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    Love Hendrix! He was soooo charismatic---and such...

    Love Hendrix! He was soooo charismatic---and such a hot looking guy. The look may be dated BUT---- cool is cool and with that in mind check out this great performance of "Hey Joe"...
  48. Thread: Carole Lombard

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    One of my favorites. :( RIP Carole

    One of my favorites. :(

    RIP Carole
  49. Thread: Alan Hale Jr.

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    I met "The Skipper" around 1985 he was doing a...

    I met "The Skipper" around 1985 he was doing a celebrity endorsement for a local car dealership. It was brief but I was able to share how much I enjoyed him in Gilligan's Island. I also met Dawn...
  50. Thread: Stanley Kamel

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    Just came across his passing on Facebook of all...

    Just came across his passing on Facebook of all things. He was a New Year's baby January 1 1943. RIP

    (oh! This post just raised my rank to Death Hag--- no longer "junior") :)
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