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Black wrote:Carrie Fisher's mother is died.
Debbie Reynolds she's called. Forever known from Singin' In The Rain.

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And The 1973 Version Of Charlotte's Web
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WarnerPlum wrote:She was my second favourite Mrs. White! :cry:
There's a joke (about a drink) with Mrs White in the episode Publish And Be Damned (s4 e6) :)

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The former England football manager Graham "Do I not like that" Taylor has died.

The parody/spoof film Mike Bassett: England Manager was based on GT's reign.

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Gordon Kaye from Allo Allo has passed away in his care home.

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Aw, Sir John Hurt died. I liked him. :(
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I watched The Alan Clark Diaries with John Hurt as AC.

Not a bad series.

Some good moments in it (because they were based on real events).

(Alan Clark was a former Conservative MP who died in 1999.)

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Not sure how we missed this, but Bill Henderson who played The Cop in The Movie, died in April, 2016.
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Awwwww
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Aw, Bruce Forsyth's dead. :(
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Terence Harvey who played The Butler in the CD-I Cluedo mysteries died on the 7th of September, 2017.

I hope others are able to update his meagre Wikipedia page.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_Harvey

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Aw, sorry to hear that, he was really good!

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Keith Chegwin who guest paneled in Cluedo 02.06 with Naggie Philbin is dead.
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Bella Emberg from The Word, The Flesh and The Devil has died

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John Morris, composer of the CLUE film score, has died at 91. A long, rich life. Amazing career, and a huge legacy left behind.

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Dudley Sutton died yesterday in a hospice according to Wikipedia.

Mr Sutton was a guest villain as Stringer in the Cluedo TV ep Blackmail and the Fourth Estate.

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A horrific accident down my way cost the life of four children, aged 4, 4, 6 and 8. An 11-year-old and the group leader were severely injured.

The group of kids were taken from their daycare centre to school at around 8:30 in a Stint, a type of Segway with a large box in front, designed to transport up to 10 children at cycling pace. Somehow the cart ended on the railroad tracks and was hit by a train.

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BBP wrote: Fri Sep 21, 2018 3:37 amSomehow the cart ended on the railroad tracks and was hit by a train
Terrible that, BBP.

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A horrific event where 20 people died (18 of them in a limousine and 2 pedestrians, reportedly) near Schoharie in New York state:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-45788063

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R.I.P. author Mary Higgins Clark.

From CNN (https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/31/us/mary- ... index.html):
Mary Higgins Clark, the bestselling "Queen of Suspense" who wrote dozens of suspense novels sold worldwide, has died.

Clark's publisher, Simon & Schuster, confirmed her death in a tweet Friday night.

"She passed away peacefully this evening at the age of 92 surrounded by family and friends," the publisher said.

Clark's writing career spanned decades, and included bestselling suspense titles such as "Loves Music, Loves to Dance" and "A Stranger Is Watching."
And you can check her website (http://maryhigginsclark.com/about-mary/) for more on what books she has written / co-written during her career.

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