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MrMagoo

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  1. I don't see a plot reference to Jessica dying in FRIED GREEN TOMATOES and I haven't seen it for a long time. But I don't think so. She did die off screen in the Paul Newman film NOBODY'S FOOL (1994) Next: Philip Seymour Hoffman
  2. SANDS OF THE KALAHARI (Baboons) is that exotic enough? Next: Oil rigs
  3. CRAZY RICH ASIANS (2018) I consider mahjong kind of exotic. Next: Flame thrower
  4. Dixie Dunbar (don't know her) Next: ROADHOUSE NIGHTS (1930)
  5. Sterling Hayden Next: PINK HOTEL (1982)
  6. DRAGNET Next: Sharon Gless, Michelle Clunie and Thea Gill
  7. PETE AND ALICE Next: Ann Sheridan, Carole Wells and Gary Vinson
  8. Andy Griffith and Lee Remick Next: VALLEY OF DECISION (1945)
  9. Barbara Stanwyck Next: BED AND BREAKFAST (1991)
  10. Margaret Lockwood Next: DR. STRANGELOVE: OR HOW I.......well....you know (1964)
  11. Shelly Duvall. Interesting that she hasn't been in front of the camera in so long. Good one! Next: Treasure Island (1999)
  12. I love James Caan. Next: Billy Crudup or Billy Zane
  13. Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer. Shot to death at age 31. He did not age well. Next: FINISHING THE GAME (2007)
  14. Interestingly Brosnan has died in one form or another in several films. The ones I recall for sure are a sci-fi spoof (the first movie we took my daughter to as a child) and another is a drama where he is shot from afar by a sniper. He dies in another where he plays the rare villain (I think he goes splat on the pavement). I don't really count the Bond flick where he dies (temporarily) and then revived (DIE ANOTHER DAY 2002).
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