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Old 12-28-2016, 03:41 AM   #1
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Unhappy Famous People Who Died In 2016

Pat Harrington(One Day At A Time)
David Bowie
Alan Rickman
Glenn Frey(The Eagles)
Abe Vigoda(Barney Miller)
Terry Wogan'
Joe Alaskey(Looney Tunes)
Maurice White(Earth, Wind And Fire)
Antonin Scalia
Nancy Reagan
George Martin
Joe Santos(The Rockford Files)
Joe Garagiola
Ken Howard(The White Shadow)
Earl Hamner, Jr.(The Waltons)
Garry Shandling
Patty Duke
William Schallert(The Patty Duke Show)
Muhammad Ali
Theresa Saldana(The Commish)
Christina Grimmie
Janet Waldo(Judy Jetson)
James Victor(Zorro)
Garry Marshall
Miss Cleo
David Huddleston(Santa Claus:The Movie)
Kenny Baker(R2-D2)
Fyvush Finkel(Picket Fences)
Gene Wilder
Hugh O'Brian
Agnes Nixon(Soap Opera Writer And Producer)
Shimon Peres
Pete Burns(Dead Or Alive)
Bobby Vee
Tammy Grimes
Leonard Cohen
Janet Reno
Robert Vaughn(The Man From U.N.C.L.E.)
Leon Russell
Fidel Castro
Ron Glass(Barney Miller)
Alan Thicke
Henry Heimlich
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Van Williams(The Green Hornet)
Carrie Fisher
Debbie Reynolds

And please continue to pray for those who lost their lives in various
terrorist attacks this year, including the Orlando Nightclub Shooting

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Old 12-28-2016, 10:04 AM   #2
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Wow, that was a long list----did you go by memory?

Here is a thread that was started ....but got lost around Oct

I found this list that has some pictures and goes by the month and the day they died: (it has 140, but didn't have Phyllis Schlafly died Sept 5 2016)

I sure there are other lists that might contain more.

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Old 12-28-2016, 10:15 AM   #3
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Old 12-28-2016, 10:19 AM   #4
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Richard Adams Author of Watership Down passed away yesterday.
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Old 12-28-2016, 10:33 AM   #5
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Default A few more:

George Kennedy
John Glenn
Doris Roberts
Merle Haggard
Sonny James
Jean Shepard
Holly Dunn
Arnold Palmer
Gordie Howe
Joey Feek
Robert Stigwood
Bernard Fox
James Noble
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Leslie H. Martinson
Dick Latessa
Marni Nixon
James Stacy
Alan Young
Don Marshall
Janet Wright
Gordie Tapp
Bill Nunn
Jon Polito
Gloria DeHaven
Patricia Barry
Joan Carroll
Bud Spencer
Ann Morgan Guilbert
George Gaynes
Joseph Mascolo
Noel Neill
Steven Hill
Dan Haggerty
Jack Riley
Angus Scrimm
Frank Sinatra Jr.
Fritz Weaver
Peter Brown
Don Calfa
Larry Drake
Marvin Kaplan
Arthur Hiller
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George Michael
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Richard Libertini
Thomas Mikal Ford
Lupita Tovar
Madeleine Sherwood
Ronnie Claire Edwards
Barry Jenner
Guy Hamilton
Harper Lee
Grant Tinker
Noreen Corcoran
Peter Thomas
Dave Mirra
Keith Emerson
Greg Lake
Paul Kantner
Morley Safer
John Saunders
Gwen Ifill
Kay Starr
John McLaughlin
W.P. Kinsella
John Zacherle
Kitty Kallen
Harry 'Mr. Fuji' Fujiwara
Julius LaRosa
Pete Fountain
Billy Paul
Willis Pyle
Rod Temperton
James Sheldon
Ralph Stanley
Lennie Baker
Scotty Moore
John D. Loudermilk
Toots Thielemans
As long as people talk about you, you're not really dead. As long as they speak your name, you continue. A legend doesn't die just because the man does.
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Old 12-28-2016, 02:56 PM   #6
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Herschel Gordon Lewis (Exploitation/horror director)
Ted V Mikels (Exploitation/horror director)
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"I am the literary equivalent of a Big Mac and Fries." - Stephen King

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Old 12-28-2016, 04:52 PM   #7
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Ricky Harris
Barbara Tarbuck
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Old 12-28-2016, 06:40 PM   #8
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Rita Antoinette Rizzo (Mother Angelica)
George Voinovich
Jack Theodore Chick
Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

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Lennie Bluett
Stanley Siegel
Leonard White
Robert Barser
Douglas Greer
Kitty Kallen
Richard Libertini
Otis Clay
Myra Carter
William Needles
Conrad Phillips
Noreen Corcoran
Jo De Winter
Mike Minor
Tommy Kelley
William E. Martin
Bob Elliot
Jimmie Haskell
Kristine Miller
Ken Delo
Johnny Duncan
Edwin McDonough
L.C. Ulmer
Mary Dodson
George Gaynes
Archie Lang
Humbert Allen Asterdo
Sonny James
Tony Burton
Jack LindQuist
Martha Wright
James Douglas
Joe Cabot
Richard Davalos
Richard Adams
Robert Horton
Sir Ken Adams
Ruth Terry
Tommy Brown
Adrienne Corri
Ned Miller
Joe Santos
Peter Brown
Richard Bradford
Rita Gam
David Smyrl
Tom Whedon
Earl Hamner Jr.
Shannon Bolin
Joe Shelley
James Noble
Norman Abbott
Bill Henderson
Ron Glass
Florence Henderson
Dick Hodgins Jr.
Paul Fung Jr.
Jack Hammer
Ann Jackson
Rod Daniel
Madeleine Sherwood
Madeleine Lebeau
Abel Fernandez
Sylvia Kavlers
William Shallert
Patty Duke
Julius La Rosa
Julia Meade
Irving Benson
Alan Young
Buck Karenina
Nancy Dow
Michael Dann (Was head of CBS during the 60s and early 70s)
Bill Richmond
Gordon Connoll
Sharon Douglas
Stuart Nisbet
Mike Pedicin
Robert Pollack
Marni Nixon
Glenn Yarborough
Morton Schindler
Marvin Kaplan
Paul Comi
Hugh O' Brian
James Stacy
Edward Albee
Joan Marie Johnson
Eddie Applegate
Bobby Fee
Rick Steiner
Joan Carroll
Alice Drummond
George Mantallis
Kevin O' Morrison
Joe Ligon
Bob Krasnow
Jim Lowe
Fran Jeffries
David Berry
Gordon Hunt
George Irving

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Originally Posted by Crusinforabrusin
George Irving

I thought George S. Irving died years ago.

We had a longtime family friend that could have been his twin brother.

I'm sure almost no one knows who he is by name. He was a longtime stage actor but was best known for doing White Owl cigar commercials in the 1970's before tobacco ads were banned from TV.

I couldn't find a White Owl commercial but I did find a Gillette commercial he did.

I just nailed Mrs. Trumbull
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He just died today too. Here is a Hollywood Reporter article about him
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Default George S. Irving as Heat Miser
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I'm not sure if more celebrities have died this past year than usual or just that so many beloved celebrities died, many so unexpectedly!
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Fred Stobaugh, the oldest person to chart on the Billboard 100, died on Nov. 23, 2016 at 99 in hospice care.

He wrote the 2013 song 'Oh Sweet Lorraine,' which he had dedicated to his late wife of 73 years.
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