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A proper Max Bryer write-up.

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23 hours ago, SwiftlyVague said:

Actress Linda Cristal has died according to this Facebook post:

 

 

 

Sad news, She was great ON Dynasty opposite Joan Collins. 

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1 hour ago, CoffinLodger said:

Sad news, She was great ON Dynasty opposite Joan Collins. 

That's 2000 and out.

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On 12/07/2018 at 06:27, Bibliogryphon said:

 

Do you think I could leave you crying....?

 

1964 Richard Sherman

1965 Johnny Mandel

1966 Don Black

1967 Leslie Bricusse

1968 Michel Legrand/Alan & Marilyn Bergman 

1969 Burt Bacharach 

1970 Rob Royer

1972 Al Kasha

1975 Keith Carradine

1976 Barbara Streisand/Paul Williams 

 

Most recent missing one is 1997 James Horner for Titanic.

 

The award is given to the writers not the performers. 

Looks like Johnny Mandel is dead
If true, I think Scavenger Hunt finally finishes after a long wait. 

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Ronald Schwary, an Oscar-winning producer and director whose work includes Ordinary PeopleSabrina, Havana, and Random Hearts, has died at the age of 76.

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Actress and dancer Galyn Gorg has died on her 56th birthday. 

Amongst other things she starred in Twin Peaks,  Robocop 2 and her best known role Leora Maxwell in American TV show M.A.N.T.I.S 

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Phyllis Somerville, who may be best known for her various roles in television and film including Little Children, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Surviving Family, and The Big C, has died at the age of 76.

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Harry Clein, a long-time movie publicist who wrote the original press notes for Star Wars and designed the campaign for the highly successful indie film The Blair Witch Project, died June 18th. He was 82. His death is being reported today (July 24th).

 

https://deadline.com/2020/07/harry-clein-dead-obituary-blair-witch-project-publicist-star-wars-movie-marketing-1202994418/

 

 

 

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Oh I bet the committee waited for Bob Barker to die - so that Regis could take his place - now he never will.

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2 hours ago, DeathClock said:

Why didn’t know no one ever make his own thread???? lol

It certainly feels like a major name here in the states 

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Regis Philbin is another hit, for me. 

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Already reported in the Yank Science Fiction thread but I think he was far bigger than that.

 

John Saxon dead at 83. (or 84 according to Wikipedia)

 

A Nightmare on Elm Street series and Enter the Dragon his most memorable roles.

 

Wiki

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47 minutes ago, Ulitzer95 said:

Already reported in the Yank Science Fiction thread but I think he was far bigger than that.

 

John Saxon dead at 83. (or 84 according to Wikipedia)

 

A Nightmare on Elm Street series and Enter the Dragon his most memorable roles.

 

Wiki

I am going to watch every Nightmare on Elm Street film as a tribute to him. 

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I must get used to the idea that William Hurt (photo from last October) will leave us soon. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer eight years ago & I suppose that he survived for so long because he looks like someone who leads a healthy life. 

 

He finished the shooting of "Black Spider" & has two other films in pre-production, but they are unlikely to materialize.

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Another name from the Golden Age of Hollywood gone...

Sonia Darrin, dead at 96 according to this film noir Twitter page.

She was the last credited cast member of the iconic Bacall/Bogart film The Big Sleep (1946), which is a must watch if you haven't seen it. 

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