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  1. Sir Creep

    Lone Rhinoceros

    Being that the entire species (all variations) may well be extinct in our children's' lifetimes, I figured we could count them down, 1 by 1. We lost two bloody black rhinos just this month. Denver Zoo officials are mourning the loss of a 21-year-old black rhinoceros after the animals health caused the zoo to euthanize him. Zoo officials say since 2014 they have tried 20 different procedures and therapies to alleviate the critically endangered animals foot problems, including customized boots. Mshindi was born at the zoo in 1993. His name means warrior or champion in Swahili. The rhino was taught to hold a paint brush in his mouth and create paintings that were then sold to raise money for rhino conservation. SirC http://www.gjsentinel.com/breaking/articles/21-year-old-black-rhinoceros-dies-at-denver-zoo
  2. TomTomTelekom

    Franco Zeffirelli

    This is the first time I create a new topic. But I think, such an important opera, cinema and film producer like Franco Zeffirelli really deserves his own thread. A few days ago he turned 95 years old. He is best known for his work in Romeo and Juliet (1968: won 2 Oscars), Hamlet (1990 nominated for 2 Oscars with Mel Gibson and Glenn Close) The Taming of the Shrew (1967 nominated for 2 Oscars with Liz Taylor and Richard Burton), Jesus of Nazareth (1977 with Robert Powell, Christopher Plummer and Anne Bancroft) La Traviata (1982 nominated for 2 Oscars) Othello (1986 nominated for 1 Oscar) In 1972, for moral reasons, he refused to work as director for The Godfather. Francis Ford Coppola then got this job. Only four weeks ago in January 2018 his son declared that his father is too ill. He's on my personal list for the first time this year. But he would certainly be a possible candidate for the official Deathlist 2019.
  3. RobertMugabe

    Freddie Starr

    Post Yewtree, Seriously Ill health Wife left him. This picture says it all. http://www.express.co.uk/celebrity-news/607379/Shamed-Freddie-Starr-appears-dishevelled-pictured-Spain-after-leaving-UK
  4. maryportfuncity

    Morgan Tsvangirai

    A marked man, according to the link. And planning to return to Zimbabwe. In need of his own thread I reckon, if only so's we get familiar with the right spelling of his name.
  5. Grim Reaper

    2. Herman Wouk

    The Herman Wouk thread
  6. Lady Die

    Maria Schell

    "Actress known for her beauty and her tears" http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obitu...sp?story=633980 Actually I haven't got the faintest idea who she was but I remember her brother Maximilian - is he still alive?
  7. Grim_Rita

    Lennart Johansson

    I think he's something to do with the FA. Anybody know his date of birth?
  8. Deathwatch Beetle

    Bhumibol Adulyadej

    This fella is hanging by the skin of his teeth and has been for years, I doubt he will be included in next years list as most peeps don't know him but I live in Thailand and he can't last much longer he's got every illness under the sun. Please don't tell anyone my name or they will come for me in the middle of the night and ship me off to the Bangkok Hilton for etnerity!
  9. M.Lawrenson

    9. Doris Day

    As far as I know, Doris Day (singer/actress) is still alive. According to All Music Guide she was born April 3rd 1924, making her 81. Also, she's barely been seen since her TV show ended in 1973. Strangely, her son Terry Melcher died last November aged 62...
  10. Grim Reaper

    23. Bob Hawke

    This is the Bob Hawke thread.
  11. Paul Bearer

    Billy McNeill

    Former footie player, Lisbon Lion and manager is apparently in a bad way. Seems he might not last the night.
  12. M.Lawrenson

    Nigel Kneale & Judith Kerr

    Watching The Quatermass Trilogy on DVD a while ago, I found out writer Nigel Kneale is still alive (b. 18th April 1922). Judging by the documentary features, he can't have long left. Bright and alert in footage shot in 1993, he looked old and frail on the other made in 2004. And to be honest, he doesn't seem to have done much writing for TV in the last 10 years.
  13. Guest

    Dale Winton

    TV presenter Dale WInton doesn't look very well,underneath all that botox & mahogany tan.
  14. Grim Reaper

    19. Gordon Banks

    The Gordon Banks thread.
  15. markb4

    Tim Conway

    Comedian Tim Conway is suffering from dementia apparently and is "almost entirely unresponsive". https://people.com/tv/tim-conway-dementia-daughter-asking-conservatorship/
  16. Death Watch Beatle

    Stan Lee

    Just watched the Fantastic 4 on DVD - not a bad film as superhero live action goes. Stan Lee does his usual cameo as a postman this time. Hell, this guy is 84 and looks in better shape than people 20 years younger, so no reason to stick him on the list, but it does give an excuse to run a thread on comics and comic heros. I had a sizeable collection of American Spiderman, Batman, Superman et al stuff, but when I hit my teens only 2000AD did it for me. Any thoughts? DWB
  17. millwall32

    Alex Higgins (And Snooker)

    I know that last time there was an Alex Higgins thread it turned into a rant fest. So this is more general question, which I suspect will get very few answers-Aren't there a ton of sick and dying snooker players Joe O'Boye, the Francisco's, etc . Suspect this will prove to be a thread to nothing but.......?
  18. Grim Reaper

    Ken Kercheval

    The Ken Kercheval thread.
  19. I say: former Grand duke Jean of Luxembourg for DL 2010! I mentioned him before at the ideas and possibilities thread, and the man is not getting any younger. Not the hottest debated royalty, the Luxembourgers, but a dead royal always stirs some attention. Former Grand Duke Jean is now 88 years old, and has been looking more and more frail over the last couple of years - especially after the dead of his wife Josephine-Charlotte in 2005. He has had a hip replacement last year and is said to recover slowly (according to the always well informed Royal Forums - they're the only ones who give a f*ck).
  20. She's quadraplegic and she set off today to sail the channel single handed. Can you be 'handed' when nothing below the neck works? Anyway, it's brave to the point of suicidal since she's dependent on blowing through straws to steer herself. There's some damn big ships going up and down that sea lane, it'll be dark part of the time. Etc etc.
  21. 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
  22. Phantom

    Charles Aznavour

    Until I glanced at the list this morning, I always thought Charles Aznavour was dead.
  23. Sean

    Max Clifford

    Celebrity publicist and nonce Max Clifford is in a critical condition following two heart attacks and a cardiac arrest.At 74 and with heart issues in the past he could be worth a punt next year.
  24. Bibliogryphon

    Gerry And Sylvia Anderson

    Not a death sentence but Gerry Anderson has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's I am surprised he and Sylvia don't have their own thread.
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