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    Christopher Plummer 1929-2021

    Actor CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER has died at age 91.
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    I remember watching him in "The Sound of Music" and thinking that he was such a handsome man.
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    I liked him in "The Thorn Birds". Great actor. RIP.

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    A brilliant actor and a real gentleman. His performance in Remember as a Holocaust survivor with dementia is heartbreaking. RIP Sir.
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    RIP, my fellow Canadian.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    Julie Andrews Mourns Her Sound of Music Costar Christopher Plummer: 'I've Lost a Cherished Friend' Rest in Peace


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    I read that he did not enjoy filming "The Sound of Music;" however, the part of him "singing" Edelweiss gets me. Even though his voice was dubbed, the emotion that is shown for his country during that song really brought me to tears as an adult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noelle1966 View Post
    I read that he did not enjoy filming "The Sound of Music;" however, the part of him "singing" Edelweiss gets me. Even though his voice was dubbed, the emotion that is shown for his country during that song really brought me to tears as an adult.
    This is also I heard.
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    What I admired most was his incredible range: he could convincingly play the most upright good guy or the creepiest sicko equally well. Guilty pleasure: Plummer as a sociopathic killer in The Silent Partner. RIP, good sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StudioJoe View Post
    What I admired most was his incredible range: he could convincingly play the most upright good guy or the creepiest sicko equally well. Guilty pleasure: Plummer as a sociopathic killer in The Silent Partner. RIP, good sir.

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    So true, I guess that is what a great actor/actress is all about.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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