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    So sad to hear of her passing. Such a talented actress....I loved her in An Unmarried Woman.

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    I also enjoyed Jill in "It's My Turn" with Michael Douglas. RIP

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    I've always enjoyed the work of this very talented actress. The last I recall seeing her was in the -way-too-soon canceled Dirty Sexy Money opposite Donald Sutherland.
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    Oh my.
    That movie had such an effect on me and all my friends.
    What a pairing - she and Bates. I think I'll always remember the scene of her carrying that huge painting in NYC.

    RIP, Ms. Clayburgh, you created some very memorable roles.
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    Another memorable Jill Clayburgh performance is in "Starting Over" with Burt Reynolds. (Can't believe that movie is 30 yrs old, I see it's an instant movie on Netflix). Some very funny scenes in this one.

    I think I'll always remember the scene of her carrying that huge painting in NYC.
    Yes, from "An Unmarried Woman".
    Jill always kept in great shape.

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    Famed Producer Dino De Laurentiis Dies at 91 - Yahoo! Movies
    Famed film producer Dino De Laurentiis, who was behind Serpico, War and Peace and Dune, has died. He was 91.

    De Laurentiis, who has been making movies for nearly 70 years, passed away inside his Beverly Hills home, where lived with his third wife, Martha. He has six daughters; his only son, Federico, died in a 1981 plane crash. His granddaughter, Giada, is a chef on the Food Network.

    “Cinema has lost one of its greats," Rome Film Festival founder Walter Veltroni told the AFP. "The name of Dino De Laurentiis is tied to the history of cinema."

    De Laurentiis was born to pasta-maker parents on Aug. 8, 1919 in Torre Annunziata, which is near Naples, but moved to the U.S. in the 1960s.

    De Laurentiis entered the film industry at age 20, and went on to produce more than 500 movies, including those by Federico Fellini and Roberto Rossellini.

    He won his first Oscar in 1956 for Fellini's La Strada, and another in 1957 for Nights of Cabiria. He was nominated at least 30 more times, and received the Irving G.Thalberg Memorial Award in 2001 at the Oscars for demonstrating a "consistently high quality of motion picture production," according to Bloomberg.

    “I’ve been very lucky in my long life,” De Laurentiis said afterward. “On three continents, in diverse cultures, through happy moments, not-so-happy moments, and moments as marvelous as this one, I’ve had the privilege of working with the cinema’s greatest masters.”

    The Venice Film Festival honored him with a lifetime achievement award in 2003.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;4103531;
    I am sorry to know that he's gone from us. He was one of the greats! RIP, Dino. We'll be watching and loving his work for generations.
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    Leslie Nielsen has passed away. Gonna cry now.

    Rest in peace, you will be missed.

    Comedian Leslie Nielsen dead at 84 | Ampersand | National Post
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    Maybe we should chug on over to namby pamby land where we can find some self confidence for you, you jackwagon!

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    RIP Leslie.

    Airplane was one of my favorite movies as a kid.

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    So sad to hear about Leslie Nielsen. I know he was really popular in Airplane but I loved him in the Naked Gun movies more. RIP, Leslie.
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