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fjp 451,
You’ve reminded me of so many of those unforgettable and unique moments in a concert hall or a club.

“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.” ---Unknown
 
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She always put her "Best Foot Forward”.

June Allyson (1917 – 2006)
 
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You beat me to it, Chap. Miss Allyson was from the Golden Era of the Big Screen. She always was a class act, even though various times in her personal life were quite unsettled.

A bright Star - in the best sense of the word - during 60 years in the public's eye. "May peace be hers."

http://www.juneallyson.com/
 
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“He never, never got a dinner.”

“Never?”

“Never! NEVER got a dinner!”

Red Buttons (1919 – 2006)
 
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Just saw the film “Lady In The Water” and am sure that it was influenced a lot by Ray Bradbury--“but don’t tell him I said so.”
 
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Red Buttons passed away? When? Thanks.
 
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Red Buttons passed away July 13, 2006--and he actually did get a dinner; in 1982.
 
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"Juror Seven [standing, snarling]. Who was it? I think we have a right to know. [Looks about. No one moves.]
CURTAIN"

Jack Warden (1920 – 2006)

God! This has been a rough couple of weeks!
 
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Chapter 31
Every week, young man. Happens every week. For instance:
http://www.lifeinlegacy.com/display.php?weekof=2006-06-30#D3974
 
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Wow. Jan Murray too. I remember seeing him on TV a LOT in the '60s.

And Mopie the gorilla!
Sheesh.
 
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I don't get the daily paper relying, perhaps too much, on getting news from TV and the Internet. But I missed on Jan Murray and Red Buttons passing away.
 
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I got "Twilight Zone, Season 2" for my birthday about a month ago. The other night I watched "Will The Real Martian Please Stand Up". In it, Jack Elam exclaims, "She's a real science fiction she is! A regular Ray Bradbury!"

(I found a still fom this episode showing Jack as the Crazy Old Coot!)

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And here is the next possible lineup of PLANETS!! Voting by those in power to designate such names and categories is completed by August 25th.

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Last night I stopped for a bite at a fast food restaurant and on my way in was vaguely aware of a woman sitting at a table with her kids and laughing. My back was to her when I filled my soda cup and hearing her laugh some more I thought what a wonderful sound it is to hear a parent enjoying time with their children. Then when I turned around I realized that she wasn’t laughing with the kids at all; she was ignoring them and talking on a cell-phone.

Ray said there’d be days like this.

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