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    I remember now.

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    ^Jolly good

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    So...Hang on, this is a bit sudden, I know he had a withered hand and everything but he wasn't that old - how did he go, the article doesn't inform us of cause of death just that he was a great bloke - they always are.

    Jonothan Ross, Rory McGrath and Jack Dee used to bully him at award ceremonies which wasn't very nice.

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    BBC NEWS | Entertainment | TV presenter Beadle dies aged 59

    Was not a well man did a lot for charities

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    I believe it was pneumonia but he was reported as having cancer in 2005. He was another of those who could be extremely irritating on TV but was a real gentleman and very intelligent in real life, whereas 99% of the TV people are the opposite.

    Thats TV as in TeleVision by the way, not ThaiVisa (that would be 99.9%)

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    Jeremy Beadle was a top geezer, rest in peace.

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    Not to spit on the dead. But he was weird in his end days, check it out.

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    A Legend??? Sid Vicious???

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    Jeremy Beadle was a top geezer, rest in peace.

    Noodles.
    Agreed, he was often in our boozer of a Sunday.

    A real ale man, how can you dislike him.

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    RIP Jeremy Beadle.

    He was dealt a shit hand.

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    From Yahoo news:


    'Jaws' actor Scheider dies at 75

    By JILL ZEMAN, Associated Press Writer 11 minutes ago


    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Roy Scheider, a two-time Oscar nominee best known for his role as a police chief in the blockbuster movie "Jaws," died Sunday. He was 75.


    Scheider died at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences hospital in Little Rock, hospital spokesman David Robinson said. The hospital did not release a cause of death.
    However, hospital spokeswoman Leslie Taylor said Scheider had been treated for multiple myeloma at the hospital's Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy for the past two years.
    He was nominated for a best-supporting actor Oscar in 1971's "The French Connection" in which he played the police partner of Oscar winner Gene Hackman and for best-actor for 1979's "All That Jazz," the autobiographical Bob Fosse film.
    However, he was best known for his role in Steven Spielberg's 1975 film, "Jaws," the enduring classic about a killer shark terrorizing beachgoers and well as millions of moviegoers.
    Widely hailed as the film that launched the era of the Hollywood blockbuster, it was also the first movie to earn $100 million at the box office. Scheider starred with Richard Dreyfuss, who played an oceanographer.
    "He was a wonderful guy. He was what I call 'a knockaround actor,'" Dreyfuss told The Associated Press on Sunday.
    "A 'knockaround actor' to me is a compliment that means a professional that lives the life of a professional actor and doesn't' yell and scream at the fates and does his job and does it as well as he can," he said.
    In 2005, one of Scheider's most famous lines in the movie — "You're gonna need a bigger boat" — was voted No. 35 on the American Film Institute's list of best quotes from U.S. movies.
    That year, some 30 years after "Jaws" premiered, hundreds of movie buffs flocked to Martha's Vineyard, off the southeastern coast of Massachusetts, to celebrate the great white shark.
    The island's JawsFest '05 also brought back some of the cast and crew, including screenwriter Carl Gottlieb and Peter Benchley, who wrote the novel that inspired Spielberg's classic. Spielberg, Scheider and Dreyfuss were absent.
    Dreyfuss recalled Sunday a time during the filming of 'Jaws' when Scheider disappeared from the set. As the filming was on hold because of the weather, Scheider "called me up and said, 'You don't know where I am if they call.'
    "He'd gone to get a tan. He was really very tan-addicted. That was due to a childhood affliction where he was in bed for a long time. For him being tan was being healthy," Dreyfuss said.
    He added that Scheider "was a pretty civilized human being — you can't ask for much more than that."
    Scheider was also politically active. He participated in rallies protesting U.S. military action in Iraq, including a massive New York demonstration in March 2003 that police said drew 125,000 chanting activists.
    Scheider had a home built for him and his family in 1994 in Sagaponack in the Hamptons, where he was active in community issues. The oceanfront house featured five bedrooms, four fireplaces and various decks and porches.
    Last summer, Scheider announced that he was selling the home for about $18.75 million to singer-songwriter Billy Joel and was moving to the nearby village of Sag Harbor.

    ___ Associated Press writer Jacob Adelman in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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    Carol Barnes dies

    Published: Saturday, 8 March 2008, 3:57PM

    Former ITV News presenter Carol Barnes has died in hospital.
    The 63-year old was admitted to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton last weekend after reportedly suffering a massive stroke.
    She was one of the best known faces in TV news for more than two decades and presented all the main ITV News bulletins including News At Ten.

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    ^ Jeeze.

    I didn't realise she was 63, either.

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    she died and thatcher stayed alive no justce in the world

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    Carol Barnes, Itn News Reader Killed By A Stroke Today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Hawk
    she died and thatcher stayed alive no justce in the world
    Thatcher is blessed by God, that's why.

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    Aint it about time Clint Eastwood died?

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    British science fiction writer Sir Arthur C Clarke has died in Sri Lanka at the age of 90.

    BBC NEWS | UK | Writer Arthur C Clarke dies at 90
    Born in Somerset, he came to fame in 1968 when a short story The Sentinel was made into the film 2001: A Space Odyssey by director Stanley Kubrick.
    Once called "the first dweller in the electronic cottage", his vision of future space travel and computing captured the popular imagination.
    An aide said he died at 0130 local time after a cardio-respiratory attack.
    An amazing sci fi writer, his descriptions of the future have always fascinated me.

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    Anthony Mingella kicked the bucket. he made dodgy movies like 'truly madly deeply'

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    I liked that movie when I watched it as a kid, had quite a crush on Juliet Stevenson for a while too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Aint it about time Clint Eastwood died?
    Dirty Harry never dies, he gets even... "punk"

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    I recking Clints Mrs keeps him alive, she's a right horn bag of an older woman (younger for him).

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    BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Ben Hur star Charlton Heston dies

    Charlton Heston, who won a best actor Oscar for his starring role in the epic Ben Hur has died, a spokesman for the star's family has said.

    Heston died on Saturday at his home in Beverly Hills with his wife Lydia, whom he married in 1944, at his side.
    Heston also portrayed Michelangelo, El Cid and other heroic figures in movie epics of the 1950s and 1960s.
    He stepped down as president of US gun lobby, the National Rifle Association (NRA), in 2003, citing ill-health.
    The previous year, he had revealed he had symptoms consistent with Alzheimer's disease.





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    Heston means 'to shit on' in Greek.

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