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DUDLEY MOORE R.I.P.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Abracadabra, Mar 28, 2002.

  1. Abracadabra

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    DUDLEY MOORE R.I.P.

    Discussion started by Abracadabra - Mar 28, 2002

    (for those who don't know who he is, you're too young)

    rest in peace little guy.
     
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    Smart - Replied Mar 28, 2002

    MAD LOVE to DUDLEY!!!

    wasn't it sadly ironic that he got that debilitating disease at the end of his life, where he lost motor skills and speech skills too... so he seemed 'drunk' like his classic characters...

    Dudley Moore gets NUFF PROPS!!!!
     
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    Pistol - Replied Mar 28, 2002

    RIP
    Arthur
     
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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1390000/images/_1390522_dudley150.jpg'>

    RIP
     
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    CIPHER_one - Replied Mar 28, 2002

    damn....rip

    wasn't that him in that movie with kirk cameron or whatever? where they switched places or something....great movie, even if he wasn't in it.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Mar 28, 2002


    i know the movie you're talking about, and yeah i think that was him
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Mar 28, 2002

    here's some info i found on entertainment tonight's website.....

    http://entertainmenttonight.com/newslink/Images/dudleymoore.jpg'>

    DUDLEY MOORE DEAD AT 66
    March 27, 2002 | DUDLEY MOORE passed away Wednesday morning at his New Jersey home. He died surrounded by friends, his nurse and medical aides. Pneumonia, a complication resulting from a degenerative brain disease called progressive supranuclear palsy, ultimately ended the life of the comic actor whose roles in '10' and 'Arthur' made him a household name.

    Moore was also an accomplished pianist and composer. He produced numerous albums and wrote scores for films such as 1967's 'Bedazzled' and 1982's 'Six Weeks.' This past November, Moore was in attendance as he was honored in his native Great Britain for his contributions to television, film and theater in a ceremony with PRINCE CHARLES at Buckingham Palace. He was given the title of Commander of the British Empire. Moore had been struggling with the Parkinson's-like disease since 1997. He was 66.
     
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  8. BIGMETALCIRCUS - Replied Mar 28, 2002

    that movie with kirk cameron was Vice Versa. rip dudley.
     
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    SteveAustin - Replied Mar 28, 2002

    Yeah, that was him. The movie was "Like Father Like Son", it came out in 1987. It was just on TV a week or so ago.

    Definitely a sad irony that his disease made him appear drunk like his classic characters.

    I heard Milton Bearle died last night as well.
     
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