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    Sidney Poitier, first black man to win best actor Oscar, dead at 94.

    I probably enjoyed "Guess who's coming to dinner" best of his films, although it's probably been 30 years since I watched it. Curious how it'd hold up these decades later, through the lens of todays political & racial climate.

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    Bob Saget dead at 65. Still waiting on confirmation. Says he did a show last night then was found in hotel room around 4am dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by beldannon5 View Post
    Bob Saget dead at 65. Still waiting on confirmation. Says he did a show last night then was found in hotel room around 4am dead
    Noooooo

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    Marilyn Bergman 93 - Nominated for 16 Academy Awards over the course of her career and won three, including for the song "The Way We Were" from the 1973 film that shared its name and starred Barbra Streisand.

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    Louise Fletcher, 88, nurse from One Flew over ...

    https://deadline.com/2022/09/louise-...ss-1235126266/
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    Coolio, 59
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaalizmo View Post
    Coolio, 59
    Livin in that gangsta’s paradise in the sky.

    Will watch Dangerous Minds in memoriam
    Last edited by nichelas; 09-28-2022 at 11:43 PM.
    A gremlock whispers, "You died so easily. You need to get used to it.".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaalizmo View Post
    Sidney Poitier, first black man to win best actor Oscar, dead at 94.

    I probably enjoyed "Guess who's coming to dinner" best of his films, although it's probably been 30 years since I watched it. Curious how it'd hold up these decades later, through the lens of todays political & racial climate.
    "Guess who's coming to dinner" was probably the best of his films, but I also enjoyed a lesser known film..."Brother John". Here is a clip near the end of the film that is worth watching:

    Last edited by Candor; 09-29-2022 at 12:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardwen View Post
    Angela Lansbury - 96
    I read that she moved to France to extract her kids from Charles Manson's influence, and to get them away from the Hollywood heroin scene they were in. Turned down work while in this period.
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