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The Obituaries Thread


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Stunt people never get enough credit. This is an incredible tale.


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Goodbye HAL;

“Canadian theatre has lost one of its greatest talents and a guiding light in its development,” said festival artistic director Antoni Cimolino in the press release. “Douglas Rain was that rare artist — an actor deeply admired by other actors. The voice of HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey, Douglas shared many of the same qualities as (Stanley) Kubrick’s iconic creation — precision, strength of steel, enigma and infinite intelligence, as well as a wicked sense of humour.


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Patten was still a regular contributor to anime magazines when I was getting heavily into the scene in the 90s, and his scholarly yet approachable work was a great gateway to so much information for me.


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Roy Clark at 85. Good pickin’, bubba.


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One of my favorite memories of Roy Clark:


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Damn, he was a very good writer of movies and about writing movies. :frowning:


#1528

Inconceivable.


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Stan Lee RIP
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Goldman should best be known for The Princess Bride. I read the book a few years back, and it’s a wonderful expansion of the story. Well worth recommending.


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Damn, he was maverick screenwriter. From Butch Cassidy to A Bridge Too Far to Misery to Dreamcatcher. And not to mention that his movies cover wide range of topics.

And he also wrote 1986 Heat.


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Nicholas Roeg, who made several terrific movies including one of my all-time favorites, “Don’t Look Now,” has passed on.