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Found 628 results

  1. faustus

    Janet Leigh

    Janet Leigh has died aged 77, according to bbc teletext...no mention of what she died of though..
  2. Guest

    Brooke Astor

    Jesus! How long can this woman go on. Mind you I've seen pics of her from a few years back and she doesn't look bad for a 100-year old.
  3. Typhoid Harry

    Russ Meyer

    http://www.usatoday.com/life/movies/news/2...-22-meyer_x.htm There once was a man named Russ. Who some might describe as a cuss. His movies were jammed With gargantuan mams, And nipples as big as a bus! (Stolen from EMF)
  4. Paul Bearer

    Bill Foggitt

    Just read he's popped off. (ITV teletext p316) link added here
  5. doomchanter

    Michael Winner

    I would like to propose Mr.Winner for 2005. His waistline and exceedingly rich diet must be a "recipe for disaster". As director of the first three "Deathwish" films he certainly deserves the honour
  6. Soul Dracula

    Jim Bowen

    What about "Smashing, Great, Super" Jim Bowen of legendary Bullesye Fame? I guess he's still shuffling along quite nicely (another one who appeared in Peter Kay's Phoenix nights). "And have a look at would have you could have won"....what bloody good was a speedboat for 2 friends from land-locked Sutton Coldfield? "Stay in the black and out of the red, you get nothing in this game for two in a bed" (unless your names Sven Goran Erikson) And Bully's star prize.........
  7. Grim_Rita

    Fred Whipple

    Fred Whipple - the astronomer who first correctly described comets as "dirty snowballs" - has died aged 97. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3614064.stm Did he not pass the DeathList famousness test?
  8. Rude Kid

    Laura Branigan

    '80s singer Laura Branigan dies suddenly at 47...I was going to put this in the 'Dead Losses' thread, but I guess it was too unpredictable to count as a miss. http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/livin...ple/9525414.htm
  9. Guest

    Red Adair

    What no entries?
  10. Our Sole

    Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Hes a goner No Link yet .......
  11. faustus

    PD James

    mmm...84 today and an excellent writer to boot...Probably in the best of health, but you never know...Could be a good one for 2005.....What does everyone else think...?
  12. faustus

    Blake Edwards

    Yep, it's birthday salutations to Blake Edwards, 82 today...Lets hope it's his last...a good one for 2005 ?....Don't know much about his health though..
  13. Typhoid Harry

    Julia Child

    Just saw her today at a fundraiser. if she holds on till January, she's in my top 5. Of course, I'm showing my hand, but what the hell?
  14. Death Watch Beatle

    Sacha Distel

    Distel Dead! http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/3918129.stm DWB
  15. http://www.wjla.com/news/stories/0704/160900.html Trekkies won't be happy.
  16. Catherine

    Meinhardt Raabe

    Meinhardt Raabe is one of the last surviving cast members of The Wizard Of Oz. He is 88, however I have no information on his health. http://aol.imdb.com/name/nm0704638/
  17. Catherine

    Ruth Warrick

    Last surviving cast member of Citizen Kane, 89. Also starred in All My Children. Unfortunately I read this on IMDb: (May 2004) In very fragile health and wheelchair-ridden, 89-year-old Ruth was on hand to accept her daytime Emmy award for "lifetime achievement."
  18. Catherine

    Deborah Kerr

    I'm sad to say that the great Mrs. Kerr is not in the best of health. I read that she was too ill to travel to London to receive an OBE, MBE (summat like that) She is "frail but in good spirits".
  19. Death Watch Beatle

    Patty Andrews

    The Andrews Sisters cropped-up today in a job I was doing at work. A quick flick through the internet and Hey-Presto - Patty is still going, aged 86. Trouble is, I can't seem to get any info on her health. Can anyone help out? DWB
  20. post mortem

    David Bowie

    Now its easy to predict that someone over 80 is going to die. The real skill is getting someone under 60 http://www.deathlist.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/ph34r.png I am sure the doctors have patched him up but he may be one to watch. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/3878889.stm
  21. Guest

    Anna Wing

    90 in october. one to consider?
  22. Rude Kid

    Slobodan Milosevic

    On trial for war crimes, but claims to be in ill health...sounds like a ploy to me, especially as he's only 62, but you never know. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/3865573.stm
  23. Earl Gloomy

    Hrh Angus Ogilvy

    Angus Ogilvy- hes married to the queens cousin, Princess Alexandra (i think) Am i right in thinking that he is in his late 70's and has had cancer? if so is he worth considering?
  24. Guest

    James Doohan

    James Doohan (Scotty, Star Trek) has been diagnosed with altzeimers don't know how progressed it is but worth a mention
  25. Guest

    Fay Wray

    King Kong's squeeze?
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