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RIP Kirk Douglas

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Dang, one of my favorite actors. Lived to a nice old age though, I can only hope to live that long.

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Oh wow. Just saw this here.Wait until I tell the wife. We were just discussing him last week.


What a life out, huh? 103...

 

RIP brother.

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RIP Kirk Douglas .

 

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8 hours ago, cardboard_killer said:

he stared in the best US movie set in WW1.

 

Yes, that's quite a stare and no mistake.

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8 hours ago, cardboard_killer said:

Only mentioned here because he stared in the best US movie set in WW1. Much better than 1917.

 

paths-of-glory.jpg

 

Paths of Glory?  One of the best - if not the best - war films ever made.  When they can make something like this I'll go to the cinema again.

 

RIP Kirk Douglas.  Last of the Hollywood greats.

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wow he lasted longer than a century, rest in peace

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On 2/5/2020 at 4:20 PM, cardboard_killer said:

 best US movie set in WW1. 

 

Correction -- best US war (i.e., anti-war) movie ever....:salute:

 

Arguably best Kubrick, too. Tight & to the point.

And K. Doug hamming it up with George Macready? That's about as good as it gets.

 

God bless him; he was a true Hollywood icon & will be missed. Makes me feel that I may make it to 50 if he made it to 100+ 

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So many great films with an equal amount of varied roles. He was an incredible actor. Turner Classic Movies, as they typically do when a famous director, actor or actress passes, will feature Kirk Douglas films on March 5, 2020. There are some great films listed. There are so many more that he starred in beyond the listing below to be enjoyed.

 

http://www.tcm.com/remembers/

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