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Old 09-24-2009, 11:05 PM   #76
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in my senior year of high school Jim Davis died and I was such a huge Dallas fan that everyone made fun of me for that

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Old 12-28-2009, 08:38 PM   #77
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Old 12-29-2009, 10:00 AM   #78
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John Ritter - That was the only time I recall crying over the death of an actor. It's funny because I didn't realize how much I loved him until he was gone.

Jim Henson - The Muppets and Sesame Street are not the same without Henson. Thank God for DVDs. His work gets to live on.

Phil Hartman - He played my favorite character in my favorite show. But beyond that, he was a funny, talented guy who was apparently very nice.
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Old 02-07-2010, 04:37 PM   #80
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Lucille Ball - A very funny lady.


William Holden - A great actor. His death was ruled an accident but he was really murdered.


Dean Martin - A wonderful singer with a great sense of humor.


Tony Randall - A funny talent.
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Freddy Prinz suicide was sad + affected quite a lot.
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Old 03-23-2010, 09:53 PM   #82
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There were a few in my lifetime that had affected me.

The first was John Ritter. I had just gotten into Three's Company, and I loved the show 8 Simple Rules. I remember I was about ten, and had gotten a fan letter ready to send to him, then of course that's when he had died. I was a little upset about that.

The other was Eddie Albert. I have been a fan of his for a while. I started liking him when I had started watching Green Acres, and then after that I looked for movies that he had starred in. To this day, I still have a magazine article on him from after his death on my wall.
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Freddy Prinz suicide was sad + affected quite a lot.

You're so right T. Branson. It's the reason I came to this site many years ago because I couldn't understand why?
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You're so right T. Branson. It's the reason I came to this site many years ago because I couldn't understand why?
i couldnt when it happend at 5 and a half years old and i still teally cant it nearly 39 years of age
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:35 AM   #85
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I have one that I haven't seen here. Mr. Rogers He was such a big part of people's childhood. Jim Henson too.
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AND Recently Robert club from i spy and Greatest amercian hero who died yesterday im stil upset saddend by his death im watching Greatest amercian hero right now world lost a great remembel talent such a good person.
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As you can see by my user name, John Lennon is number 1 on my list. I might be the biggest fan he ever had. lol Also Elvis Presley's death hurt really bad. I teared up when I heard the news of Brittany Murphy's death back in december. I had just started watching some of her work and she was a beautiful woman, so it really hit me hard.
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in my senior year of high school Jim Davis died and I was such a huge Dallas fan that everyone made fun of me for that

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I remember when Jim Davis died. I was listening to the radio and on the news at the top of the hour they announced that one of the stars of Dallas was dead. They reported at first that he died from an ulcer. I was just shocked. I wasn't up to date on Hollywood news back then and didn't know that he was dying. Looking at Dallas in reruns though, you can see how sick he was.
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I must say, the passing of Dixie Carter yesterday (4-10), was quite a shock. When I first read it, I was thinking their must be some mistake.
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