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Australian actor Ray Barrett, 82, who provided voices for the iconic UK TV series Thunderbirds in the 1960s, died at home in Australia on September 8.


Alas. As a small aside, does anyone know which characters he gave voice to?

"Thunderbirds" was as huge an influence on my young self as "Tomorrow Midnight," the paperback collection of Ray's EC Comics adaptations.
 
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Here is his Wiki page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Barrett


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Patrick Swayze

http://www.canada.com/health/P...d/1993589/story.html


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George Eckstein,
producer of The Fugitive.
 
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Henry Gibson

http://www.google.com/hostedne...wN8QnIwS69AD9AOLRRG1

You may know him from Boston Legal but many of us remember him from Laugh-In.


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MELVIN SIMON

Owner of Indiana Pacers

Hey, opening game October 30th. Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat

Go Pacers!! Thanks, Melvin!!!

ImageALeqM5gSTpFVQ7seD6ADtTPwm67HfMmFEQ.jpeg (37 Kb, 3 downloads)
 
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Mary

of Peter, Paul and Mary

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...oGw4&feature=related


http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32886244/?gt1=43001

Color me bummed! Yet another favorite singer I've loved practically since infancy I'll never get to meet or see perform in person! The long (almost endless!) summer of death claims another irreplaceable victim! (There is an RB connection, as Peter, Paul and Mary appeared on the Jack Benny show.) RIP Mary!
 
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Henry Gibson

Oh my. He was always one of my favourites. I was just watching him in Joe Dante's The 'Burbs last night. Which reminds me, I must call Joe about a script I want him to look at for me.

Wilbur!


"Live Forever!"
 
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I regret I only know Henry Gibson from Boston Legal, but I found him magnificent in that. A great face, great comic looks, superb timing.


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"Nevermore!" "In pace requiescat!"

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/200...re_us/us_poe_funeral

Mr. B's "Papa" ~ The Exiles, Usher II ~ Classics!
 
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That article about Poe's 'funeral' says there will be actors present, representing various historical and literary figures: "Writers and artists influenced by Poe, including Arthur Conan Doyle and Alfred Hitchcock, will also be represented."

I wonder if there will be anyone playing Ray Bradbury? (Anyone in Baltimore with an ice cream suit, white hair and a pair of thick glasses who could get along on Sunday?)


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I wonder if there will be anyone playing Ray Bradbury?

If not, there ought to be. After all, he was on the train: Epilogue: The R.B., G.K.C. and G.B.S. Orient Express


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Vic Mizzy...classic tv songs from those golden years of family evening viewing:
http://www.latimes.com/news/ob...ct20,0,1713293.story

(Give the "links" in the article a listen. You'll be humming the tunes the rest of the day!)
 
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Vic Mizzy...

Vic! I didn't even have to look at your link. I've been enjoying Vic's themes to The Addams Family and Green Acres and the like for happy decades! Wonderful TV music.


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