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RIP Michael Clarke Duncan. You will be missed!
Would've been 60 today :(
Not quite the original Superman, there were a few before him and some quite succesfull.
Indeed. There is a lot of silent age Batman, so was there silent age Superman?
No, he would be 60. He died at age 52.
A fine actor
there was never a silent age superman nor batman so be silent.
After all, they were 'super' silent movie actors
there was George Reeves (1914–1959) as Superman for 6 years (52-58) available on dvd!
and Kirk Alyn (1910–1999) as Superman in 2 serials after the war.
No they don't. Batman was created in the late 30s a good 10 years after talkies came in. There were some serials made soon after that, similar in style and length to the Flash Gordon serials.
He died from cancer.
Cliff Burton, a musician with one of my favorite metal bands Metallica, left us this day in 1986. He was only 24 years old
RIP to both. (I think this is the appropriate thread for it, i.e. anniversary deaths as well as present time?)
sense at last
I always liked Andy Williams and was saddened to hear of his death.
Its a shame he never sang a Bond tune - reminds me a bit of Matt Monro.
RIP, our huckleberry friend.
RIP, Mr Harvey.
Anyway rest in peace René Mathis!
And RIP to Charles Dreyfus and the Phantom of the Opera as well.