RIP Celebrity Thread - Part 4

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  1. Pink Ranger The North Remembers

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    Two 1980s childhood icons gone in one day, at the same age. :(
     
  2. Holiday https://joebiden.info/

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    "P.S., your c*** is in the sink!"

    Einstein was fantastic on Curb. Sad to hear he's gone.
     
  3. SomeOldGuy Registered

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  4. terry78 baby, that chicken was dry...real dry

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    76 is like the age.
     
  5. squeekness The mighty squeek!

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    Ironically Mr.Okerlund was killed by 2 24" pythons that were "running wild on him" Thanks for the memories young man
     
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  7. Drizzle I'm gonna get real weird with it

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    Mean Gene and Bob Einstein...RIP

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  8. Immortalfire Make it so.

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    Same. Had a huge crush on Toni.
     
  10. Dave McFly TAKE THAT!!

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    man I LOVED Super Dave I thought it was too awesome that we had the same 'name' I remember watching him on Bizarre and later his own Super Dave show and I even liked is short lived cartoon which he did the voice.
     
  11. Milk Tray Guy 70s Man of Action

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    Brian Garfield, who wrote the 1972 novel Death Wish that spawned the popular movie franchise featuring Charles Bronson as an architect turned vigilante, has died at the age of 79. He died on Saturday at his home in Pasadena after a battle with Parkinson's disease, his literary agent, told The Hollywood Reporter.

    Garfield also wrote the screenplay, adapted from his 1975 novel, for Hopscotch, a 1980 comedy that starred Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson and Sam Waterston. He said he wrote that book - in which no one dies - in response to the violence of Death Wish.

    Brian Garfield, Author of 'Death Wish,' Dies at 79

    RIP
     
  12. ComicChick I Work Too Much

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  13. Milk Tray Guy 70s Man of Action

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    Al Reinert, who covered NASA for the Houston Chronicle and went on to co-write the screenplay for Apollo 13 which earned him an Oscar nomination, has died at the age of 71. Reinert died on New Year’s Eve of complications of cancer at his home in Wimberley, Texas, the Houston Chronicle reported.

    He directed the 1989 documentary film For All Mankind, which earned him his first Oscar nomination for best documentary feature. The film concentrates on the beauty of the Earth as seen from space, along with interviews with Apollo crew members and mission control staff played over original mission footage.

    Al Reinert Dies: Oscar-Nominated ‘Apollo 13’ Screenwriter Was 71

    RIP
     
  14. Milk Tray Guy 70s Man of Action

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    Richard Marks, the acclaimed film editor who received Oscar nominations for his work on Apocalypse Now and three James L. Brooks features, has died at the age of 75. He died unexpectedly on New Year's Eve, American Cinema Editors executive director Jenni McCormick told The Hollywood Reporter. No other details were immediately available.

    Marks also edited Coppola's The Rain People (1969) and The Godfather: Part II (1974) as well as the documentary Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991).

    Richard Marks, 4-Time Oscar-Nominated Film Editor, Dies at 75

    RIP
     
  15. C. Lee Superherohype Administrator

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  16. Milk Tray Guy 70s Man of Action

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    I have to confess the Death Wish novel is the only work of his that I've read.
     
  17. C. Lee Superherohype Administrator

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    Depending on how many and what types of books you read....you may have read more of his....because he used a bunch of different pen names. He started out writing mostly westerns, and my dad was a big western reader so there was always a bunch around the house. I didn't find out until after DEATH WISH became a big hit that he had wrote a bunch of the old westerns I had read.
     
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  18. DaddlerTheDalek Starship Captain

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    RIP Bob Einstein.
    RIP Richard Marks.
    RIP Al Reinert.
     
  19. C. Lee Superherohype Administrator

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    Actor William Morgan Sheppard has died at age 86 Star Trek actor William Morgan Sheppard dies aged 86
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    Morgan was in many different things. He was in four separate STAR TREK adventures - he was Rura Penthe prison commandant in STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY, the Vulcan Science Council minister in 2009's STAR TREK, he was Data's grandfather in STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION's the SCHIZOID MAN, and in STAR TREK VOYAGER episode BLISS. He was in the DOCTOR WHO episode THE IMPOSSIBLE ASTRONAUT, the epic miniseries SHOGUN, MAX HEADROOM, THE DIRTY DOZEN: THE NEXT MISSION, SEAQUEST 2031, BABYLON 5....he did a lot of voice acting too, like in GARGOYLES, BIKER MICE FROM MARS, the video games MEDAL OF HONOR and CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK.

    He was the father of actor Mark Sheppard.
     
  20. Milk Tray Guy 70s Man of Action

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    RIP William Morgan Sheppard
     
  21. DaddlerTheDalek Starship Captain

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    RIP William Morgan Sheppard.
     
  22. Dave McFly TAKE THAT!!

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    wow another one I always liked I knew him best as Vincent "Uncle Vinnie' Talbot in Elvira's 88 movie
     
  23. Immortalfire Make it so.

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    Morgan Sheppard was an excellent actor.
     
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  24. Dave McFly TAKE THAT!!

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  25. terry78 baby, that chicken was dry...real dry

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