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RIP master of puppet-based TV shows Gerry Anderson, aged 83.


Loved them as a wee lad:

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetw...-anderson-dies-at-83


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H Norman.


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Harry Carey, Jr.

http://bostonherald.com/inside...rry_carey_jr_dies_91


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Huell Howser.


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Steven Utley, science fiction author, on January 12.

http://www.tor.com/blogs/2013/...even-utley-1948-2013
 
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Inventor of the #1 toy of 1960:

http://www.latimes.com/news/ob...+Most+Viewed+Stories)


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Tony Sheridan, the musician who recorded with The Beatles in 1961, and later released the single "My Bonnie" - the first recording with any Beatles connection to draw attention.

Sadly, I'd never heard of his passing when, on a whim, I decided to find out what had happened to him after a browsing session on the excellent Beatles Bible website.

I then found out that he died just a week ago, on February 16.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new...5/Tony-Sheridan.html
 
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Seven years ago today. Don Knotts. I spent the evening with his daughter Karen and her great one-woman show Tied Up in Knotts.

Also seven years ago, Dennis Weaver.


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Seven years ago today. Darren McGavin. I attended his funeral. Ralphie and Flick were there, as were Jack Grinnage and Carol Ann Susi. I spoke with the obviously saddened Mr Grinnage afterward. A lovely man.


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Seven years ago today. Darren McGavin....


Sam Parkhill himself.


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RIP, actor Frank Thornton - aka Captain Peacock.


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RIP, actor Frank Thornton - aka Captain Peacock.

Oh, my! I was just watching him this weekend on Grace & Favour, one of my favourites. I even commented to myself that he and Mr Rumbold were the only two of the originals left. Mr Rumbold, you have the watch.

Look.


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oh no, not Frank Thornton - he was in Last of the Summer Wine, as well. RIP.
 
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