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R.I.P. Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee

AresiusAresius337 Posts: 4,122Member
edited June 2015 in General Discussion #1
Just head about his dead... :(

To us SciFi fans he's best known as Count Dooku, aka Darth Tyranus. But he played a lot other characters andhe also worked with a few bands (and dang he was a metalhead! m/)....

I'll miss him.
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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_180622 Posts: 8,323Member
    The Man With the Golden Gun is one of my favorites. He will definitely be missed, but he's immortalized by his fantastic body of work.
  • ArmondikovArmondikov0 Posts: 0Member
    One of my friends is very much into Christopher Lee. He's shaped her life for nearly 15 years. I can't imagine how she'll be feeling right now. Probably not far off what I felt when Pratchett died.

    But, seriously, Nimoy, Pratchett, and now Lee... 2015 can just f**k the f**k off right now!
  • oldmangregoldmangreg130 Woodland Hills, CAPosts: 1,331Member
    2015 is shaping up to be a year where lose the greats.
    Your father called the future - "the undiscovered country". People can be very frightened of change.
  • AresiusAresius337 Posts: 4,122Member
    It's just those.... James Last died last weekend, and Piere Brice (know to played the fictional Apache chief Winnetou in movie adaptions of Karl-Mays Western Stories) at the beginning of the week.
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