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  1. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    Beverly Cleary is #8 for my Shadow List.
  2. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    Cool
  3. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    Bernard Lown helped to save many lives with his defibrillator, but has himself passed and in doing so gives me my 6th success of the year
  4. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    Ruth Dayan provides me with my 5th Shadow List success of the year. Starting the year with just about one death every 7 days. Eat your heart out Joey Russ
  5. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    My 4 Shadow List deaths so far this year: Urquhart King Holbrook Moore UKHM ...... could this be significant for the Royal Family? Does this predict that it could be time for Her Majesty to leave the stage? Who knows? It's all random foolishness.
  6. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    Death of Sir Tom brings me to 4/50 for the year. Putin’s post alerted me to the fact that I hadn’t seen Hal Holbrook’s passing. 4 in 33 days, as usual off to a storming start which will inevitably grind to a halt around May .... or more likely ..... tomorrow and next week
  7. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    44 for me
  8. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    Larry King is my 2021 #2
  9. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    New York Times reporting the death of Brian Urquhart ..... and my shadow list moves forward with its first success of 2021.
  10. Wickerman

    Shadow Lists

    The Wickerman’s Shadow List for 2021 8/50 Dead 1) Gottfried Böhm 1920 (Build ‘em high), 2) Bob Dole 1923 (Candidate), 3) Patrick Duffy 1920 (Labour MP & NATO [NAA President]), 4) Benjamin Berell Ferencz 1920 (Last Nuremberg prosecutor), 5) Johnny Johnson 1921 (Dambuster), 6) Ted Luscombe 1924 (Bishop - Scottish Episcopal), 7) Leslie Phillips 1924 (Left hand down a bit), 8) Larry Storch 1923 (Comic), 9) Betty White 1922 (Hollywood mayor), 10) Bob Barker 1923 (Price is Right), 11) Ronald Blythe 1922 (Akenfield) 12) Mel Brooks 1926 (Cone of Silence Awaits?), 13) June Brown 1927 (Dot Cott), 14) Jimmy Carter 1924 (Peanut farming), 15) Paul Fox 1925 (Controller at Beeb), 16) Ian Hamilton 1925 (Stone Thief), 17) Carmen Herrera 1915 (Minimalist), 18) Hal Holbrook 1925 (Film Guy) 23/01, 19) Marsha Hunt 1917 (Blacklisted), 20) Norman Lear 1922 (TV Prod), 21) Norman Lloyd 1915 (Perimutter?), 22) James Lovelock 1919 (Gaia), 23) June Spencer 1919 (Peggy), 24) Brian Urquhart 1919 (UN Under-Sec-Gen) 02/01, 25) Murray Walker 1923 (Legend) 13/03, 26) Donald Zec 1919 (Daily Mirror Journo), 27) Stanley Baxter 1926 (Unhappily Gay), 28) Rob Burrow 1982 (Rhino), 29) Beverly Cleary 1916 (Dead Legend) 25/03, 30) John Cruickshank 1920 (VC), 31) Ruth Dayan 1917 (Mrs Moshe) 05/02 32) Tracey Emin 1963 (Bed), 33) Edmond Fischer 1920 (phosphorylation), 34) David Gulpilil 1953 (Tracker), 35) John Hemingway 1919 (Last of the Few), 36) Esther Cooper Jackson 1917 (Freedomways), 37) Francis Jackson 1917 (East Acklam), 38) Glynis Johns 1923 (Send in the Clowns), 39) Larry King 1933 (Host) 23/01, 40) Dilip Kumar 1922 (Honorary Sheriff), 41) Bernard Lown 1921 (Defibrillator) 16/2, 42) Tom Moore 1920 (National Treasure) 03/02, 43) Anne Nolan 1950 (Sister), 44) Linda Nolan 1959 (Sister), 45) Tom Parker 1988 (Wanted), 46) Art Rupe 1917 (Specialty Records), 47) Dennis Skinner 1932 (Beast of Bolsover), 48) Tom Smith 1971 (Loosehead), 49) Doddie Weir 1970 (Lock), 50) Frank Williams 1942 (F1).
  11. My shadow list for '21 & inclusion in the crowdsourced list :tomatododge:
     

    1)    Gottfried Böhm 1920 (Build ‘em high),

    2)    Bob Dole 1923 (Candidate),

    3)    Patrick Duffy 1920 (Labour MP & NATO [NAA President]),

    4)    Benjamin Berell Ferencz 1920 (Last Nuremberg prosecutor),

    5)    Johnny Johnson 1921 (Dambuster),

    6)    Ted Luscombe 1924 (Bishop - Scottish Episcopal),

    7)    Leslie Phillips 1924 (Left hand down a bit),

    8)    Larry Storch 1923 (Comic),

    9)    Betty White 1922 (Hollywood mayor),

    10)   Bob Barker 1923 (Price is Right),

    11)   Ronald Blythe 1922 (Akenfield)

    12)   Mel Brooks 1926 (Cone of Silence Awaits?),

    13)   June Brown 1927 (Dot Cott),

    14)   Jimmy Carter 1924 (Peanut farming),

    15)   Paul Fox 1925 (Controller at Beeb),

    16)   Ian Hamilton 1925 (Stone Thief),

    17)   Carmen Herrera 1915 (Minimalist),

    18)   Hal Holbrook 1925 (Film Guy),

    19)   Marsha Hunt 1917 (Blacklisted),

    20)   Norman Lear 1922 (TV Prod),

    21)   Norman Lloyd 1915 (Perimutter?),

    22)   James Lovelock 1919 (Gaia),

    23)   June Spencer 1919 (Peggy),

    24)   Brian Urquhart 1919 (UN Under-Sec-Gen),

    25)   Murray Walker 1923 (Legend),

    26)   Donald Zec 1919 (Daily Mirror Journo),

    27)   Stanley Baxter 1926 (Unhappily Gay),

    28)   Rob Burrow 1982 (Rhino),

    29)   Beverly Cleary 1916 (Living Legend),

    30)   John Cruickshank 1920 (VC),

    31)   Ruth Dayan 1917 (Mrs Moshe),

    32)   Tracey Emin 1963 (Bed),

    33)   Edmond Fischer 1920 (phosphorylation),

    34)   David Gulpilil 1953 (Tracker),

    35)   John Hemingway 1919(Last of the Few),

    36)   Esther Cooper Jackson 1917 (Freedomways),

    37)   Francis Jackson 1917 (East Acklam),

    38)   Glynis Johns 1923 (Send in the Clowns),

    39)   Larry King 1933 (Host),

    40)   Dilip Kumar 1922 (Honorary Sheriff),

    41)   Bernard Lown 1921 (Defibrillator),

    42)   Tom Moore 1920 (National Treasure)

    43)   Anne Nolan 1950 (Sister),

    44)   Linda Nolan 1959 (Sister),

    45)   Tom Parker 1988 (Wanted),

    46)   Art Rupe 1917 (Specialty Records),

    47)   Dennis Skinner 1932 (Beast of Bolsover),

    48)   Tom Smith 1971 (Loosehead),

    49)   Doddie Weir 1970 (Lock),

    50)   Frank Williams 1942 (F1).

    1. Joey Russ

      Joey Russ

      You're in now. Good luck

  12. Wickerman

    The Big Book of DeathList's Great mistakes

    However I have to admit that the 1991 list was a brilliant and shining example of the committee’s genius
  13. Wickerman

    The Big Book of DeathList's Great mistakes

    What a most wonderful idea
  14. Wickerman

    The Big Book of DeathList's Great mistakes

    Very true, however accurate research was still possible with many reference sources and other resources available. University and community libraries are wonderful things
  15. Wickerman

    The Big Book of DeathList's Great mistakes

    It just keeps getting better and better
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