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Death Takes No Holiday -- The Obituary Thread


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22 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

Sly & the Family Stone didn't even make the poster???

In those days he was lucky if SLY showed up  for the gig  at all!  He was known to often be MIA for their concerts.  

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On 12/13/2020 at 6:10 AM, MikaelaArsenault said:

She passed away on November 23rd, and has been mentioned already.

Well As of when "tcm remembers 2020" came out initially..

 

 

Unless im Blind and Unless i need glasses.. .. . .....

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And Unless /Until She Has(nt) been + onto the Memorium...

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Calamity Jane was Sans Memorium..

 

 

..Upon Initial Upload and Publication.

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On 12/27/2020 at 9:29 PM, noah80 said:

 

Chad Stuart (1941—2020), singer with British Invasion duo Chad & Jeremy

I love this episode.  It  is basically making fun of Beatlemania (indirectly).  The teenage girls  look so foolish in the way they behave.  I wonder if the baby boomers  thought it was funny watching this episode in 1965 since they were practically  being laughed at by the older generation.

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Marcus D'Amico was not well known in this country, but he was the first Michael Tolliver in the first and best of the TALES OF THE CITY series. He was able to give the character a sweet naivete missing in the subsequent series (and other actors in the role. Not wanting to be stereotyped he concentrated on theater and had a nice career in England.  55 is awfully young. Here's Marcus with Chloe Webb and Laura Linney.

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4 hours ago, noah80 said:

I love this episode.  It  is basically making fun of Beatlemania (indirectly).  The teenage girls  look so foolish in the way they behave.  I wonder if the baby boomers  thought it was funny watching this episode in 1965 since they were practically  being laughed at by the older generation.

 Well I was real Beatlemaniac from 1964, and I tell you, the way we acted we deserved to be stared at. But we were kids and had a real good time.

 I vaguely remember this show, but what really strikes me as funny is how Chad & Jeremy put on those Liverpool accents to imitate The Beatles. And they do a very good job too.

Particularly it is hilarious for Jeremy--

because he went to Eton and was a great -great- great- grandson of the Duke of Wellington. 🤣

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Phyllis McGuire of the McGuire Sisters has died. She acted in a few films and the sisters' music was central to COME BACK TO THE FIVE AND DIME

https://thelifeandtimesofhollywood.com/phyllis-mcguire-89-last-of-the-mcguire-sisters-dies-she-dated-sam-momo-giancana-and-dumped-him-for-gambler-tiger-mike-davis-johnny-carson-then-gambler-casino-owner-bob-stupek/

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3 minutes ago, UMO1982 said:

Phyllis McGuire of the McGuire Sisters has died. She acted in a few films and the sisters' music was central to COME BACK TO THE FIVE AND DIME

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dayton/obituary.aspx?pid=196142154#:~:text=McGUIRE%2C Phyllis Marlene Age 75 of Fairfield%2C passed,in Fairfield%2C OH%2C she married Gary Dean McGuire.

You linked an obituary for a different Phyllis McGuire and it’s not the same one that you just mentioned.

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