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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Go Bama View Post
    I really liked Doris Day. She made several feel good movies and was an outstanding singer. I didn’t realize her leg had been crushed by a train. I seem to recall her dancing in some movies. RIP.
    how did she not know how old she was -?? odd.....
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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread

    just saw that tim conway passed. when i was little, i used to lay in bed with my granny and watch the carol burnett show and he was one of my favorites on the show (the entire cast was great)
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    I must have been asked a hundred times if I've ever seen this. It's still hilarious.

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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread



    Tim Conway's first appearance as the old man

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    You know, the dentist scene with Harvey Corman is hilarious but I personally think the elephant story is better. He just owns the whole cast and when they think he’s stopped and they can continue he just kicks them to the ground again. Seeing the other comics lose it and try to compose themselves is hilarious.

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    His old man character was my favorite.


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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by AlistarWills View Post
    You know, the dentist scene with Harvey Corman is hilarious but I personally think the elephant story is better. He just owns the whole cast and when they think he’s stopped and they can continue he just kicks them to the ground again. Seeing the other comics lose it and try to compose themselves is hilarious.
    The elephant story was by far his best. I just watched it again and it is still funny.
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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread

    Architect I.M. Pei dies at 102. He really hung in there. Never much cared for his work. Probably best known by some of you as the architect that designed the pyramid in front of the Louvre.


    https://www.boston.com/news/obituari...ry-dies-at-102
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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Go Bama View Post
    I must have been asked a hundred times if I've ever seen this. It's still hilarious.
    One of the greatest! I also enjoyed, “Mr. Tudball and Mrs. Wiggins”


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    Re: 2019 In Memoriam Thread

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    Bill Buckner, Red Sox great dead at 69.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mlb...tia/ar-AABZI1E
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    What a shame the article focuses on that one WS play. IIRC, Buckner had a horrible ankle injury he was trying to playing through. Besides, he had one of the best mustaches in all of baseball.

    RIP Mr Buckner. Thanks for the good memories.

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    Yeah, he had, IIRC, either a high ankle sprain or a fracture. The strange thing was thet the ground ball was actually a slow roller and not a rocket shot. He did not get his glove on the ground and the ball just rolled under his glove. I do suspect his injury had some affect on the routine ground ball. He had an awesome mustache, best in the MLB.
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