The R.I.P. Thread...

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A bit morbid but there's so many different r.i.p. threads i thought it'd be an idea to have just one that can be updated when sad news arrives...

Ahna Capri, best known for her role in Enter The Dragon..R.I.P.

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A shame :(

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Kevin McCarthy from Invasion Of The Body Snatchers and other genre movies,passed away aged 96...a good innings.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-11286585
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Sally Menke
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Arthur Penn, director of Bonnie & Clyde, also died...
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I was there, the big BNB blackout of november, 2008. We lost many that day...

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Jon Finch,star of Hitchcock's Frenzy, has died. http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2013/jan/13/jon-finch ...a couple of weeks ago now...must've missed it.
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bradavon wrote:
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Nagisa Oshima
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RIP :(

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R.I.P. America's most famous film critic.
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Jess Franco
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And Bigas Luna :(

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R.I.P. Ray Harryhausen

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According to Ron Van Clief on facebook, Jim Kelly has passed away :(
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Wherever Jim is now he'll be "too busy lookin' good"...

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Yeah Cancer, I think he was only 66 as well? RIP.

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Markgway wrote:Wherever Jim is now he'll be "too busy lookin' good"...

R.I.P.
RIP :(

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RIP Tom Clancy. You were a literary legend. :(

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Paul Walker, co-star of the incredibly successful Fast & The Furious franchise has been killed in what looks like an absolutely horrific car smash :( while he wasn't the greatest actor,he was excellent in Running Scared & Joyride, and to my mind the FOF series is one of the few franchises in cinema history that have gotten better since they've gone on..fan or not this is shocking news http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25173331
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saltysam wrote:Paul Walker, co-star of the incredibly successful Fast & The Furious franchise has been killed in what looks like an absolutely horrific car smash :( while he wasn't the greatest actor,he was excellent in Running Scared & Joyride, and to my mind the FOF series is one of the few franchises in cinema history that have gotten better since they've gone on..fan or not this is shocking news http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25173331
He sure went out show style.

Not my favorite actor, but sad to see a young and familiar face go all of a sudden.

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Very sad.
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Harold Ramis, director of the brilliant Groundhog Day.

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Markgway wrote:Harold Ramis, director of the brilliant Groundhog Day.

R.I.P.
Being a fan of his since I was growing up this came as a shock today. So much good comedy from him.

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Markgway wrote:Harold Ramis, director of the brilliant Groundhog Day.

R.I.P.
Great shock :(
RIP
Groundhog Day is superb, brilliant film. Such good comedy.
Will set aside a day ASAP to watch some of his films in tribute :)

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