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Denise Nickerson has died due to complications from a stroke.  She was 62.  Here's why you know her:

 

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Violet Beauregarde passed away?  Son of a bitch!

I am sad now.

RIP.

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RIP David Hedison age 92.

Likely best known for Voyage to the bottom of the Sea and the original Fly and being Felix Leiter in live and let die. 

 

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He was awesome as the foil to suave 007 in both of his appearances as Leiter. "See you in hell!" was given with some conviction. 

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R.I.P. Rutger Hauer from Blade Runner. Hauer was 75.

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I'll think of Rutger Hauer here in Batman Begins (2005).

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For me, it'll always be Ladyhawke

 

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The Hitcher was my father's favorite movie.

 

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I was half expecting someone to start a separate thread for Rutger. 

 

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He sure as hell deserves it. 

The man was the face of terror in Nighthawks. 

RIP

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7 hours ago, Raziel said:

 

FUCK YES! I love this movie. Also anyone who has not seen Hobo With A Shotgun should correct that as soon as possible. 

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and of course there's his surprise appearance at the end of the best, and only truly great, segment in Sin City. Still creeps me out

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10 hours ago, Ace said:

For me, it'll always be Ladyhawke

 

I don't think there's ever been another actor who looked so natural wearing plate armor. If I'm storming a castle, I want Rutger Hauer at my side.

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18 hours ago, Raziel said:

 

jesus, that screen grab is unfortunate

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Anybody remember Split Second? 

And also, I completely forgot that Rutger was the big bag in SURVIVING THE GAME. Now THAT is a killer movie.

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RIP to Russi Taylor, voice of Minnie Mouse, the Duck triplets and Martin Prince

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One of my favorite Rutger Hauer films started as a contest submission for a fake Grindhouse trailer, Hobo with a Shotgun.

trailer with Rutger, not the contest trailer

 

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D. A. Pennebaker, the groundbreaking documentary filmmaker best known for capturing pivotal moments in the history of rock music and politics, including Bob Dylan’s 1965 tour of England and Bill Clinton’s first presidential campaign, died on Thursday at his home in Sag Harbor, N.Y. He was 94.

RIP.

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RIP to Stu Rosen, animation voice director and creator and host of the early-Nickelodeon staple DUSTY'S TREEHOUSE, which I loved as a small child.

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RIP Peter Fonda

 

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Okay, that is a coincidence. I just finished watching the 60ies episode of The Movies and the very last movie talked about there is Easy Rider, for which Fonda got a nomination for an Oscar for best original screenplay (as well as starring in it).

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