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^ Very sad. What a legend! I'll best remember him for:

- Ash in Alien
- The coach in Chariots of fire
- Napoleon in Time Bandits
- Frodo in the definitive (IMO) Lord of the Rings Radio drama.
- The perfect old Bilbo in the movies
- Sam's hapless boss in Brazil
- The welsh soldier Fluellen in Branagh's definitive Henry V
- Polonius in Mel Gibson's Hamlet.
- The stern Doctor in The Madness of King George (maybe his best role)
- The priest in The 5th Element
- Jack the Ripper in From Hell (the film around him sucked but he was damned creepy)
- The angry little chef in Ratatouille
- The father in the hit 90s Borrowers TV show (loved him in that)

^ A fraction of his long career.









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Loved him in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan. 



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(06-19-2020, 10:58 AM)TM2YC Wrote: - The priest in The 5th Element

Yes! I had completely forgotten that he was in The Fifth Element, I've not watched that in years. Guess I know what I'll be watching tonight. I'll definitely be lifting a glass to his memory.
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Wow. I never knew his name admittedly, and I never realized just how many things he was in. May he rest in peace...
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(06-19-2020, 10:58 AM)TM2YC Wrote: - Frodo in the definitive (IMO) Lord of the Rings Radio drama.
It's definitive in my opinion as well.  His role as Frodo was the first thing that came to mind when I heard the sad news.
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Joel Schumacher, director of A Time to Kill, Veronica Guerin, Number 23, Falling Down, dies at 80
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(06-22-2020, 12:57 PM)Plissken1138 Wrote: Joel Schumacher, director of A Time to Kill, Veronica Guerin, Number 23, Falling Down, dies at 80

Damn. Falling down is one of my favourites. Very sad news.
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Joe Sinnott, inker, 93

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Carl Reiner, 98.
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Johnny Mandel, composer of scores for “The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming” and “Point Blank,” dies at 94
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