R.I.P.

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Jerry Stiller... (Ben's dad in real life, and George Costanza's dad in Seinfeld - among many many other roles).

E + R + O

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  Supporter For Ever - Keep The Faith - Foundation Member - Never Lets FAX Get In The Way Of A Good Yarn

                                                      

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Tony Dunne       RIP

A top player.

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RIP my oma who just passed away. 

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Aaron Tokona, Geographica is still one of the best albums ever produced in NZ.

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Theo Foley, George Graham's assistant when Arsenal won their first title for 18 seasons back in 1989, has sadly passed away. RIP.

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Jack Charlton Legend 

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Paddy Breslin can remember watching him

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Peter Green - co founder of Fleetwood Mac. Aged 73, in his sleep. I still rate the original group that specialised in a more bluesy sound as the best.  

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ballane wrote:

Paddy Breslin can remember watching him

I am very sorry to hear this. Paddy was a great bloke and a lot of fun with good  humor 

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Alan Parker - Director of "The Wall" (Pink Floyd's masterpiece), "Midnight Express" etc. 

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Ben Cross - Actor in Chariots of Fire (Played sprinter Harold Abrahams) & as Spock's father in the newish Star Trek reboot. Aged 72, after a short illness. 

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I can't believe Chaswick Boseman hasn't been put up on here. Black Panther - in that role, he was pretty good. But my favourite film of his was Number 42 as Jackie Robinson - The first "black" player to appear in the Major Leagues. A very good film that confront's some terrible treatment.

RIP Sir. Your career may have been short but you have done some excellent work.

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Diana Rigg  RIP

Acting legend.

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Emma Peel in leathers did wonders for a young lad 

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The very first Mr's Bond. I always thought she had mischief eyes that smiled - in a good way of course. Did more for feminism than burning the bra did. She showed females can lead in the Avengers and in the Bond film.

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RIP Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones.

Used to love watching him in the early 90s.

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Groff wrote:

RIP Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones.

Used to love watching him in the early 90s.

He was only 59. Far too soon.

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Ron Cobb, one of the most prolific and impactful designers in cinema history, died this week at the age of 83.

Cobb is a name that’s well-known to film nerds, but maybe not so much to the general public. That’s wild, considering he worked on some of the most successful and influential films from the 1970s, ‘80s, and ‘90s: Star Wars, Alien, Back to the Future, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Conan the Barbarian, The Abyss, The Last Starfighter, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, to name just a few.

On Star Wars, he designed some of the creatures in the Cantina scene, including the Hammerhead. On Back to the Future, he helped refine the design of the DeLorean to give it the DIY look that made it so memorable. For Alien, he did the exterior and interior of the main setting, the Nostromo. He helped Steven Spielberg come up with the idea for E.T. and had a cameo in the film. He designed all the ships in The Last Starfighter

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Groff wrote:

RIP Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones.

Used to love watching him in the early 90s.

Not fan of Kiwi cricket then as dont think would be many who could say they loved seeing him at the crease. Appreciated his ability just wish he wouldnt continually show it against us. RIP Deano 

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