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R.I.P Martin Landau (1928-2017)

Discussion in 'The Entertainment Board' started by stephane dumas, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. stephane dumas

    stephane dumas Well-Known Member

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    Damn 2017 who are you going to take from us next?
     
  3. LDEJRuff

    LDEJRuff Wish-making dog lover

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    They'd better not take Tony Sirico away next.

    Martin Landau played Gipetto in both the Adventures of Pinocchio films.
     
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    WebMasterSage Obey the Pecking Order.

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    Daikun Long Live the Fighter!
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    Ed Wood is one of my favorite films. I always thought that, since he did an incredible job of portraying Bela Lugosi in that film, that he would make an amazing Dracula in a modern-day remake. Now it seems we'll never get that chance.

    R.I.P.
     
  6. dothesmartthing

    dothesmartthing Me too.

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    My favorite is his Rollin Hand character in Mission: Impossible. Too bad he left the series after three seasons. R.I.P.
     
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    My first exposure to him was as Mac Gargan/Scorpion in Spider-Man TAS and I remember the buzz from Ed Wood. I eventually saw him in a few movies and tv shows and documentaries and he always seemed to be a guy with a lot of respect for his craft. Rest in peace.

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