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I too thought she'd be the last of the MTM crew easily. But admittedly didn't know she was a devout Christian Scientist.

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On ‎19‎/‎08‎/‎2015 at 03:53, Sir Creep said:

SANFORD & SON CAST AND PRODUCTION CREW (Living as of 8-18-2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sammy Shore abt 1929  (Mitzi Shore's ex; Pauly Shore’s dad and comedian)

 

Pauly says Sammy Shore has died:

 

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First Mitzi, now Sammy, next one is you, Pauly!

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Tough couple years for Pauly.

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Tonight on ABC, there was a live-action recreation of All In The Family and The Jeffersons, featuring Woody Harrelson as Archie, Jamie Foxx as George Jefferson, Wanda Sykes as Weezie, and Will Ferrell as Tom Willis, among others.

It was followed by a short documentary on the impact of these shows on American culture.

 

At the end, Marla Gibbs and Norman Lear made special appearances.

They both looked quite good for their advanced ages.

 

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After the pictures of him  smocking crack with Homeless dudes hit  National Enquirerer and Radar in the previous decade, surprised he never caught on even in American based Deadpools.

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William G. Schilling

Played the principal on 1980's Us sitcom "Head Of The Class"  and died in Feb at age 79. He requested his death not be published in any media outlets.Only found out about it myself while searching potential picks for next year.

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One of those well known faces that turned up in loads of things, William Bogert, dead at 83, just a fortnight before his birthday: https://variety.com/2020/film/news/william-bogert-dies-dead-small-wonder-war-games-1203473753/

 

Probably best known as Brandon Brindle, Ted's neighbour and boss, in Small Wonder, but lots and lots of credits, including the father of Matthew Broderick's character in War Games.

 

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0091722/

 

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Hearing reports that Kellye Nakahara, of MASH has died. 

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9 minutes ago, Handrejka said:

Hearing reports that Kellye Nakahara, of MASH has died. 


Where? Down the pub? Or got a link?

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Just now, Ulitzer95 said:


Where? Down the pub? Or got a link?

 

From her Facebook, under her real name, and on twitter. 

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Thomas L. Miller, a prolific TV producer known for such hits as Full House, Family Matters, Happy Days, and many more, died Sunday due to complications from heart disease. He was 79.

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On 19/08/2015 at 03:53, Sir Creep said:

SANFORD & SON CAST AND PRODUCTION CREW (Living as of 8-18-2015)

 

Producers: Bud Yorkin 22 Feb 1926 (DEAD 8-18-2015, moments after I originally posted this)

Norman Hopps 1929

Bernie Ornstein 05 Feb 1931

Saul Turteltaub 1932

 

 

Saul Turteltaub has died aged 87.

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2 hours ago, YoungWillz said:

Report of the death of Ken Osmond who played Eddie Haskell in various incarnations of Leave It To Beaver, aged 76:

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0652119/

 

Various other bits and pieces in between being a LAPD cop in real life.

Ken Osmond obit: https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/ken-osmond-dead-leave-it-to-beaver-eddie-haskell-dies-actor-1234609639/

 

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Marge Redmond, sister Jacqueline from The Flying Nun has died aged 95. Suggested as a possibility for this years list by someone!

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2 hours ago, time said:

Marge Redmond, sister Jacqueline from The Flying Nun has died aged 95. Suggested as a possibility for this years list by someone!

If Marge Redmond was born in 1924, then the DDP have her date of birth incorrectly noted at the moment.

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