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  1. The oridgional captain birdseye is dead... apparently he stared the role in the late 60s and only finished playing him in 2006 dont know wether this is right but alas he has finally gone to davey jones locker....
  2. Azraelle

    Anthony Minghella

    He's dead but I don't know how he died (apart from not breathing).
  3. Grim Reaper

    Francis Pym

    This is the place to discuss Francis Pym
  4. Saint Peter

    Paul Raymond Dies

    The man that taught me what women bits looked like has died. Doesn't say if he died on the job......
  5. DevonDeathTrip

    Janez DrnovšEk

    In addition to the recent suggestions of ill health for the men in charge of Equatorial Guinea, Guinea, North Korea and Japan, I have unearthed yet another disease ridden leader. Janez Drnovsek is the President of Slovenia, he is also lives a rather unconventional lifestyle, not entirely befitting of a President: This article raises interesting questions about his attitude to a cancer that he was first diagnosed with nearly 10 years ago. Drnovsek claims to have "cured himself" and he has not seen a doctor since January 2005: Worryingly though - He's not in the least bit worried: But will he though? The article alludes to cancer of the kidney, liver and lung. Deathlisters will know that, even with medical help, the prognosis can be bleak for such a diagnosis. As he lay dying,John Diamond, Nigella Lawson's cleverer half, wrote "Snake Oil and Other Preoccupations", which amounted to a scathing attack on "The protagonists of alternativism are, at best, gullible and misguided, at worst, con-merchants and quacks." It might be an idea for Janez Drnovsek to read a copy before too long.
  6. deadsox

    Fawza Falih

    What are your thoughts on Fawza Falih? Is it really possible that this is going to happen? I work in Salem, Massachusetts but they stopped this a little over 300 years ago.
  7. Deadly Doug

    Phil Drabble

    Naturalist Phil Drabble is now 94 years old. I've heard nothing of the old boy for a while now. Makes you wonder.
  8. stuartfanning

    Barry Morse

    Barry Morse, actor. Most famous for The Fugitive and Space 1999, has now died according to......... http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?p=132238
  9. Saint Peter

    Bobby Fischer

    Chess legend Bobby Fischer has died. I was still waiting for the return match. At 64 you would of thought he still had few moves up his sleeve.
  10. Alright, it has been a few years since his telly appearances but quietly after a long illness must have been worthy of inclusion. Probably helping St Pete improve his productivity by now
  11. Poor Jane Tomlinson is she going to make the year out ? Bless
  12. Typhoid Harry

    Laraine Day, 87

    http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/11/12/...Laraine-Day.php LOS ANGELES: Laraine Day, who appeared in nearly 50 films including the Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Foreign Correspondent," has died. She was 87. Day died of natural causes Saturday at her daughter's home in Utah, where she moved following the death of her husband of 47 years, producer Michel M. Grilikhes, earlier this year, said publicist Dale Olson. Day starred opposite Joel McRea in 1940's "Foreign Correspondent" and also appeared in such films as "Mr. Lucky," "I Take This Woman," "The Story of Dr. Wassell," "My Dear Secretary" and "The High and the Mighty." She appeared in her last movie, "The Third Voice" in l960, the year she married Grilikhes. During a break in her film career, Day co-starred on a national theater tour with Gregory Peck in "Angel Street," and also took the stage in "Lost Horizon," 'The Women" and "Time of the Cuckoo." In 1951, Day became one of U.S. television's first female talk show hosts in "The Laraine Day Show." More, at above link.
  13. maryportfuncity

    Chad Varah

    I think wev'e discussed him before but not sure he's had his own thread. The founder of The Samaritans was born in 1911.......and he's still alive. Time to phone home?
  14. 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".
  15. Grim Reaper

    George Melly

    This is the place to discuss George Melly
  16. Lard Bazaar

    Alan Coren

    BBC reporting Alan Coren dead - no link yet. Link
  17. I just finished reading an article on Marilyn's death (this month's Playboy mag...which also has a great interview with Pacino and another good read on Super Bowl tix bookies.) I'm not an expert (although I admit to being a Forensic Files junkie), there were a few points that the article brought up that really make me wonder how it could have been classified as an "apparent suicide" and not further investigated as a murder. Though this might be fun to discuss...as I'm sure everyone has an opinion on theory. Feel free to add your thoughts: 1) Her house was completely bugged, under 24/7 surveillance from all sorts of people (FBI, CIA, Hoffa, etc.) So how could no one have heard, or even better, had a tape of what happened that night? 2) The autopsy report was compromised, with a majority of the substances reported "missing"...including that from her stomach (her death, they say, was caused from taking 30-40 pills...but how could that be confirmed without proper testing?) 3) She was planning to re-marry Joe DiMaggio (according to his niece), so the idea of killing herself (and not really leaving a note, or calling him) doesn’t seem to really make sense to me. Mike
  18. Arnold

    Ned Sherrin

    Ned has been absent from Radio 4 for months now due to what has been termed a "paralysed vocal cord". He has been replaced both on Loose Ends and Counterpoint since before Christmas. There are a lot of mutterings (I can put it no stronger than that) that he is in fact quite seriously ill. Does anyone have any more information? I'll try to find out more.
  19. Grim Reaper

    Jane Wyman

    This is the place to discuss Jane Wyman
  20. Real Madron

    Dame Anita Roddick

    Roddick, 64, has Hep C and cirrhosis of the liver
  21. Death Star

    Bill Deedes

    This thread is the place to discuss Bill Deedes.
  22. marinade

    Tony Wilson

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manchester/6360539.stm
  23. Anubis the Jackal

    Lee Hazlewood

    Legendary singer, songwriter, producer and eccentric Lee Hazlewood is on his last chorus
  24. weatherman90

    Merv Griffin

    Merv Griffin, American entertainment magnate and host of the Merv Griffin Show is apparently in intensive care after his prostate cancer returned in July. He is in "grave condition" at Cedars-Sinai. He will likely be gone in the next couple of days in my opinion.
  25. Death Watch Beatle

    John Inman

    I have left the topic description free 'cause I couldn't think of a witty line to put in it, I'm sure someone will help me out. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/t...dio/4082691.stm Anyway, good ol' Hep strikes again! DWB
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