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    Actor Don Knotts dies at 81.
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    Yeah, I really remember him from Andy Griffith. :-(
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    Goodbye to true entertainer. He was never a big "star" but his acting/voice career spanned over 50 years after serving in the Army in WWII. A good long life by anyone's measure.
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    Darren McGavin died too. I enjoyed him as the father who was so proud of getting a lamp made to look like a woman's leg in "A Christmas Story". And, as a kid, I really looked forward to "The Night Stalker" series. He was another actor, like Knotts, who was not a "star" but a good, solid actor with an impressive body of work. He was 83.

    Well, enough of the sentimentalities. He was number two, who will be three?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoovs
    Goodbye to true entertainer. He was never a big "star" but his acting/voice career spanned over 50 years after serving in the Army in WWII. A good long life by anyone's measure.

    When he was in Three's Company, my friends thought of him as sort of a big star. I thought he was REALLY funny!!

    May he rest in peace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Treo
    When he was in Three's Company, my friends thought of him as sort of a big star. I thought he was REALLY funny!!

    May he rest in peace.
    He came in after the Ropers spun off. Right around the same time Suzanne Somers head started to grow bigger than her breasticles...
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    I remember as a kid loving the movie.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HobbesIsReal
    I remember as a kid loving the movie.....

    The Incredible Mr. Limpet
    GREAT movie.

    A truly entertaining man has been lost. Sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    He came in after the Ropers spun off. Right around the same time Suzanne Somers head started to grow bigger than her breasticles...
    Yeah, that head of hers certainly became huge...but being amidst the onset of puberty, I never even noticed she HAD a head....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoovs
    Darren McGavin died too. I enjoyed him as the father who was so proud of getting a lamp made to look like a woman's leg in "A Christmas Story". And, as a kid, I really looked forward to "The Night Stalker" series. He was another actor, like Knotts, who was not a "star" but a good, solid actor with an impressive body of work. He was 83.

    Well, enough of the sentimentalities. He was number two, who will be three?
    Two individuals who made me laugh. May they rest in peace with a bullet in their pocket and leg lamp in their window.
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    Deputy Barney Fife with one bullet in his left breast pocket. I remember the episode where things got bad in Mayberry...a hardened criminal had escaped from a prison and was believed to be in the area. Andy told Barney to load his round....HILARIOUS!
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    And the final shoe has fallen:

    Dennis Weaver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    And the final shoe has fallen:

    Dennis Weaver
    Oh man, McCloud! Say it ain't so.

    Kinda weird both he and Don Knotts were 81 and died within 2 days of each other. Anyway, that's three. At least they all lived good long lives.

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