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    Re: Rest In Peace.

    Bonnie Franklin - best known as the Mom from One Day At A Time - dead at 69

    Bonnie Franklin, star of TV's 'One Day at a Time,' dies at 69 - latimes.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Sew&Sew View Post
    Bonnie Franklin - best known as the Mom from One Day At A Time - dead at 69

    Bonnie Franklin, star of TV's 'One Day at a Time,' dies at 69 - latimes.com
    wow, I remember she was battling cancer. What a shame...
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    Aww, thats sad.

    Rip Bonnie
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    Bonnie Franklin and Van Cliburn. I shall miss both.
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    I'm not ready for Bonnie Franklin to be gone.
    Even though I knew she was battling cancer, I still thought of her as way too young to die. I still see her as she was on One Day At a Time. Seeing people, whether celebrities or not, die too young like this makes me worry about how much time I have left.

    I figure I still have way too many people to make miserable, for me to go for a while.
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    This is sad news! I didnt know Bonnie was fighting cancer.With pancreatic cancer, you dont have much hope--its such a rotten disease and taker of lives.

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    I started looking for a recent pic and found this. It was taken on the set of HOT IN CLEVELAND when she made a guest star appearance. She was still very recognizable, having not changed much at all from her time on the show with Valerie and Mackenzie.

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    You know they don't look very different from the 70's at all!!!!!!!!!!

    I read that Bonnie was diagnosed in Sept. of 2012! That was not long. My goodness. I'm sure her family and friends are so heartbroken. She was so vibrant! She always made me laugh. I loved that show.

    RIP Bonnie.

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    PASSINGS: Cliff Osmond - latimes.com

    Here is another one for those who remember classic Billy Wilder movies and classsic TV shows.

    Cliff Osmond, 75, a character actor who was a regular presence in director Billy Wilder's comedies of the 1960s and '70s and appeared in dozens of TV series into the 1990s, died Dec. 22 of pancreatic cancer at his home in Pacific Palisades, said his daughter Margaret Ebrahim.

    Osmond got his start in television in the early 1960s with guest starring roles on a range of programs such as "The Rifleman," "Twilight Zone," "The Untouchables," "Wagon Train," "The Flying Nun," "Gunsmoke," "All in the Family," "Police Story," "The Bob Newhart Show," "Starsky and Hutch" and "Murder She Wrote."

    Wilder first cast Osmond, who stood well over 6 feet tall, as a gendarme in "Irma la Douce" (1963). In the 1964 sex farce "Kiss Me, Stupid," he played aspiring songwriter Barney to Dean Martin's Dino; he was Purkey, an investigator of insurance fraud, in the 1966 dark comedy "The Fortune Cookie"; and he had another supporting role opposite Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon in "The Front Page" (1974).

    Osmond's other film roles included comic parts in Disney's "The North Avenue Irregulars" and "The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again" (both 1979).

    He also wrote and directed "The Penitent," a 1988 independent film starring Raul Julia and Armand Assante.
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    Pancreatic cancer, generally, has a pretty short shelf life. I've watched it, before, and there is a lot of pain involved. It's good that she is, now, at peace. Who wants to see people that they really care about in that kind of misery? Not me, that's for sure.
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