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Thread: Oh man another cowboy passed. RIP George Kennedy

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    Oh man another cowboy passed. RIP George Kennedy

    Sad news, never had a clue he was 91. Makes one feel old.

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    Only 91!?! He was gray when I was in college. Loved George is many. many roles. I realize that I am the age where high school chums have already eaten the dirt sandwich, rock stars are dropping like flies, movie stars are grandparents, What the . . . !?!
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    Sad day, indeed! He was a great actor and person.

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    Another fine actor gone to his reward. I never failed to enjoy anything he was in.
    Cheers,
    Roger


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    Yep, sad to hear. He was a great actor in many different roles.
    Bill Arnold
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    Love me some Patroni...lol..he made those Airport movies, if there is a role model for being manly, he was it...also one of few actors, who could go toe to toe with John Wayne, in size, ability as well as manliness, but I preferred his Patroni character to the bad guy John Wayne movie roles, which I believe was closer to the real man, least we forget he was one of the few WWII vets we still had living, they are disappearing fast, he spent sixteen years in the Army so we owe him for that as well beyond the years of entertainment he provided...RIP George

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