Died in a Dallas hospital. Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy were with him.
Larry Hagman dead at 81
|by Anonymous||reply 145||12/16/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 1||11/23/2012|
Has Mary Crosby been spotted in or around the hospital??
|by Anonymous||reply 2||11/23/2012|
Wow, I wonder how they'll write this into the new show. Who murdered JR Ewing?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||11/23/2012|
I condole his family.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||11/23/2012|
He better not be in the "In Memoriam" montage at the Academy awards.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||11/23/2012|
Get the writers assembled. They did, after all, bring me back from the dead!
|by Anonymous||reply 6||11/23/2012|
I can't decide if it's touching or tacky that Patrick and Victoria where there when he died.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||11/23/2012|
Why would it be tacky, R7? They were friends for close to 35 years.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||11/23/2012|
Lay off the booze, R7. Victoria Principal wasn't there; Linda Gray was.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||11/23/2012|
I'm glad that he got one more go-round as J.R.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||11/23/2012|
They can write it into Dallas.. About who will inherit JR's fortunes.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||11/23/2012|
He was a hot piece of ass when he was young.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||11/23/2012|
Is the new Dallas still on or was it cancelled.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||11/23/2012|
Sounds like he might have taken ill suddenly on set (the article said he was in Dallas for filming the show) and put in the hospital. If so then its rational that his fellow actors and longtime friends would be with him.
If I recall his wife is ill with Alzheimers. She wouldn't have been with him in Dallas. The two actors mentioned have known Hagman for decades and I believe socialised with him offset. Glad he had familiar faces with him at the end esp. the day after a holiday.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||11/23/2012|
Watching someone die is not an easy thing. Being close enough to someone to know they'll be there when you die is a true bond. I'm glad to know they were friends to the end.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||11/23/2012|
Oh yeah, Mary's kid. Didn't he do some crappy TV show?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||11/23/2012|
This ties in with the other thread about the early 80s. Dallas was huge and one of the best written, best acted, most fun TV shows of its time. Still is a marvel to watch.
Drunk Sue Ellen, Miss Ellie's sack dress, and the Barnes Ewing feud. Nothing comes close now. Reality TV destroyed good drama.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||11/23/2012|
Barbara Eden (Official Profile) Stay tuned, message from Ms. Eden coming soon. - Team Eden Like · · Share · 122 · about a minute ago ·
|by Anonymous||reply 18||11/23/2012|
The reboot won't last without him; he was the only good thing about it, really.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||11/23/2012|
Barbara just finished (or maybe still is) doing an interview for a L.A radio station about his death. Always nearby just like Jeannie.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||11/23/2012|
Hagman stayed close to Eden, Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy. They were all together two years ago at The Chiller autograph show and would appear together all over the country.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||11/23/2012|
Funnny little interview Larry did back in 2011...
|by Anonymous||reply 22||11/23/2012|
You wrote in your memoir, “Hello Darlin’,” that when you die, you want to be ground up in a wood chipper like Steve Buscemi’s character in the movie “Fargo.” Is this actually set down in your will?
Well, it’s hard to set down chipping. I don’t think that’s allowed. But I did want to be spread over a field and have marijuana and wheat planted and harvest it in a couple of years and then have a big marijuana cake, enough for 200 to 300 people. People would eat a little of Larry.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||11/23/2012|
[quote]Is the new Dallas still on or was it cancelled.
It's one of the highest-rated original series on cable, you fucktard. Not only was it not cancelled, they're in the middle of filming season two on location in "Dallas" right now, which is why Hagman was there to begin with. I have no earthly idea how they're going to manage to write this into the script, given that Hagman was apparently feeling well just a few days ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||11/23/2012|
Good! Repug who hated gays! Fucking cunt!
|by Anonymous||reply 25||11/23/2012|
Yes, I do recall he wasn't too fond of those pesky homosexuals.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||11/23/2012|
Yep, he didn't take too kindly to those pesky homosexuals.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||11/23/2012|
He was jealous of my basket.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||11/23/2012|
He was willing to accept me into the family.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||11/23/2012|
I have plenty of gay friends who knew Larry very well and he absolutely did not hate gays, bitter reactionary at R25.
Perhaps you're referring to his dislike of Dack Rambo, who often showed up late to the set, hungover from the zillion orgies he participated in during his run on "Dallas" (Rambo was a whore, darlin', and an irresponsible one at that.)
Larry was no homophobe. And most certainly not a Republican.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||11/23/2012|
Dack got an extra season out of DALLAS after Patrick came back, IIRC.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||11/23/2012|
I'm on another site, and it's interesting that for anyone under about 40, he's the I Dream Of Jeanie guy. They don't have a clue about Dallas.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||11/23/2012|
How did he ever get insured to do the Dallas reboot if he was in such bad shape? Replete with his being written off for a few episodes last season for health reasons?
|by Anonymous||reply 33||11/23/2012|
R33, My guess is that while a regular, he wasn't intended to be in every episode that wayt they didn't have to risk production on the state of his health. That way the shoot wouldn't be too dependent on him.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||11/23/2012|
Didn't know he was unwell.
He was just on the Dallas re-union show a few months ago during the Summer. Think I saw him on Piers Morgan just a couple months back talking about it.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||11/23/2012|
Well he was part of my childhood with Jeannie, even though I preferred and prefer Bewitched. Didn't give a shit about anything he did after, and if he was a Repug, then yes, good riddance.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||11/23/2012|
If Larry Hagman disliked gay men it might be due in part to the fact that his mother, Mary Martin, left her first husband and dumped Larry with her parents in order to pursue a career in show business. She ended up marrying Richard Halliday, an alcoholic homosexual who became her personal manager. Halliday was a nasty bitter drunk who caused his step-son a great deal of unhappiness when Hagman came to live with them in NYC in his teens. Most people who knew Halliday fairly loathed him.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||11/23/2012|
R36 has stated his boundaries.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||11/23/2012|
I forget his last name, but that actor Mitch something...seen him in a ton of stuff and he's really good. He plays Anne's ex-husband.
He's been moved up to regular and he'll be a big antagonist. I'm sure the writers will re-write the season.
Too bad those Ewing sons can't pull off what Hagman, Duffy et. al. did when Jim Davis died.
J.R. should die in bed with that regular hooker he had back in the day.
They'll get a huge turnout of old cast members for J.R.'s funeral.
This is sad, but from a story point I can't imagine what Cliff Barnes' reaction will be.
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|by Anonymous||reply 40||11/23/2012|
[quote]He was a longtime member of the Peace and Freedom Party, a minor leftist organization in California.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||11/23/2012|
Looks like most of his political contributions had a D behind the name.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||11/23/2012|
Hangman was a hardcore liberal. Where does all this Repuke shit come from?
And he didn't miss episodes last season. R34 has it exactly right.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||11/23/2012|
Appropriate that he died on a Friday night!
|by Anonymous||reply 44||11/23/2012|
So were the horses, R28.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||11/23/2012|
I thought he had died already.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||11/23/2012|
Some of his best moments:
|by Anonymous||reply 47||11/23/2012|
This makes me sad. Besides Dallas and IDOJ, he gave some very touching performances in some 70s movies such as Art Carney's son in Harry and Tonto and Linda Blair's father in Sara T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||11/23/2012|
R44 appropriate indeed.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||11/23/2012|
He did some good work in The Group just before he got the Jeannie gig.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||11/23/2012|
[quote]We're saddened at the news of Larry Hagman's passing. He was a wonderful human & a gifted actor. Our thoughts & prayers are with his family.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||11/23/2012|
Nothing I have read says Victoria was with him.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||11/23/2012|
Who gets the eyebrows?
|by Anonymous||reply 53||11/23/2012|
I'm guessing the show will be delayed so they can rework the storyline.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||11/23/2012|
I thought Larry and Linda were close, but that he and Victoria weren't - not bad blood, just not close.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||11/23/2012|
Too bad they can't replace him with Donna Reed.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||11/23/2012|
Looks like the Grim Reaper decided to take another high-profile celebrity for the end of 2012 rather than waiting until 2013
|by Anonymous||reply 57||11/23/2012|
Flash Headline at IMDB:
|by Anonymous||reply 58||11/23/2012|
A skillion years ago, in a cheap liquor store in Addison, TX, a drunk Tina Louise traipsed in with an amused Larry Hagman following.
She proceeded to careen around the store, slurring her words, vaguely cursing the other customers out, grabbing bottles of liquor.
Hagman just stood back, watched the whole thing and laughed, making the occasional sarcastic comment. Not an unusual sight when he was in town back in the day.
Loved him. Hated her.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||11/23/2012|
Didn't have like about 20 liver transplants? Talk about using your celebrity to go to the top of the heap.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||11/23/2012|
I should note that Hagman was stone cold sober.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||11/23/2012|
Very sad. He was a giant, first of television comedy (he was wonderful at slapstick) than of television melodrama.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||11/23/2012|
I hope no one tells Barbara Bel Geddes. This will kill her.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||11/23/2012|
DALLAS is fucked up!!!! I smell cancellation.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||11/23/2012|
I guess an I Dream of Jeannie reunion aint happening!!!?????? Sad!
|by Anonymous||reply 65||11/23/2012|
The eyebrows are still alive, although they remain in critical condition. We hope and pray for the best.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||11/24/2012|
Damnit, the new Dallas can not survive without him, period. Everytime he was on screen he made the scene. The youngsters on the show are weak, especially John Ross Jr. They just need to end the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||11/24/2012|
Dallas without J.R.??? That won't last.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||11/24/2012|
I don't get the hagiography. He was a good supporting actor--The Group, Fail Safe--but not a good leading actor. Snidely Whiplash was a more multi-dimensional "actor."
His Texas accent was inauthentic. Couldn't he have afforded better dentures, too? The slight lips they caused was always distracting.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||11/24/2012|
Lips=lisp. Must correct it before the grammar and spelling troll gets down to the basement.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||11/24/2012|
[quote]Hangman was a hardcore liberal. Where does all this Repuke shit come from?
because at DL; hate first, ask questions later.
Larry was hot hot hot in that uniform as Major Anthony Nelson
|by Anonymous||reply 71||11/24/2012|
You are all forgetting his best role.
Singing with Lauren Bacall in Applause!
|by Anonymous||reply 72||11/24/2012|
Larry always said Linda Gray was like a second wife, and Patrick like a brother. He is extremely close to both Linda and Patrick.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||11/24/2012|
He couldnt of filmed many episodes of the new dallas for season 2. Depending on how integral he was to new episodes they will have to rewrite the whole season now. Always loved him on jeannie and dallas. His son on the show will probably take over as the new jr. Sad news but im sure larry would have preferred going out this way filming his iconic role. Thanks for all the great tv from my childhood larry. Rip.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||11/24/2012|
Morgan Brittany just issued a statement
So sad to hear the news. Larry was the best. Such a wonderful man and talented actor. I spent many days on set laughing and learning with the man "you love to hate". He will forever be a legend and a television icon. How many millions of lives did he touch every Friday night? How many conversations were started the next day about the evil deeds he had done the night before? I love you Larry, and as you said to me every night after work...."See ya later darlin'!" Morgan Brittany. (Katherine Wentworth)
|by Anonymous||reply 75||11/24/2012|
Statement from Victoria Principal
“Larry was bigger than life..on screen and off. He is unforgettable, and irreplaceable, to millions of fans around the world, and in the hearts of each of us, who was lucky enough to know and love him.
Look out God…Larry’s leading the parade.”
|by Anonymous||reply 76||11/24/2012|
[quote] His Texas accent was inauthentic.
You do realize he was born and raised in Texas
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Filming was in progress on the sixth episode of season two, which is set to begin airing Jan. 28, TNT said.
There was no immediate comment from Warner or TNT on how the series would deal with Mr. Hagman’s loss.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||11/24/2012|
He did some underwear ads for Jockey, didn't he?
|by Anonymous||reply 79||11/24/2012|
Will they recast?
|by Anonymous||reply 80||11/24/2012|
Rip Torn for JR!
|by Anonymous||reply 81||11/24/2012|
Robert Foxworth was originally cast as J.R., but he left when he and TPTB had disagreements over the character.
The late Robert Culp was signed as a stand-by to replace Larry Hagman when contract negotiations were at a stand-still during the 'Who Shot J.R.' summer.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||11/24/2012|
Burt Reynolds for JR!!
|by Anonymous||reply 83||11/24/2012|
Wonderful and heartbreaking in HARRY & TONTO, also funny and endearing in S.O.B.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||11/24/2012|
R81, Rip Torn has one foot in the grave himself at this point.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||11/24/2012|
You realize, R77 he moved at an early age out of state and was raised in California, New York, and other spots.
You do not have a Texas accent merely because you were born there. Idiot.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||11/24/2012|
His mom, Mary Martin, was only 17-years old when Larry was born. Larry was raised by his grandmother. Martin started a dance school in Texas, and left for Hollywood and Broadway soon after. But, they finally became good friends & truly mother and son in the last 20 years of her life. And Larry did hate Mary Martin's 2nd husband (as did most everyone else).
But for many years he was mostly known as Mary's son.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||11/24/2012|
Wasn't his mother a big old muffdiving dyke?
|by Anonymous||reply 88||11/24/2012|
R88, I was a petite muffdiving dyke.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||11/24/2012|
I agree - Dallas 2.0 is dead. People were watching for Hagman and because it pulled that bit of the old Dallas into it.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||11/24/2012|
Actually, Mitt Romney for JR! Now that he has no job to speak of, he can dedicate his time to playing his true self.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||11/24/2012|
So was he raised in Texas or not?
|by Anonymous||reply 92||11/24/2012|
His singing was dubbed in that 1973 CBS-TV production of Applause, with Bacall.
Does anyone know if CBS hired him because he was more well known than Len Cariou, or was it because Len was on Broadway in A Little Night Music at the time of the London taping?
|by Anonymous||reply 93||11/24/2012|
R94 - you're a nasty, piece-of-shit excuse for a human.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||11/24/2012|
Am I the only one who thought that he pinged to high heaven? No rumors at all?
|by Anonymous||reply 96||11/24/2012|
He should have been Oscar-nominated for his heartbreaking turn in Primary Colors.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||11/24/2012|
He made JR one of the most iconic characters in TV history, in addition to Dallas I hear he was also on a Daytime soap called the Edge of Night. Anybody got any info or clips on that show?
|by Anonymous||reply 98||11/24/2012|
R86 he spent his years raised by his father and grand parents in TEXAS.
Five years after Larry was born, Mary Martin took off to New York to pursue her career and they didn't see each other for many years.
He lived in Texas from 1931 to 1940, nine years.
Then in 1946 he moved back to Texas to live with his Dad for 3 years,
So for a total of 12 years he spent his growing up years living in TEXAS.
So you do not consider those 12 years spent in TEXAS his growing up years R86 ?
Who is the idiot now.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||11/24/2012|
He was great in a story arc on Nip/Tuck, playing Sanaa Lathan's husband. I quit watching the show after that storyline ended.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||11/24/2012|
If he did live there that long, he still didn't pick up an authentic accent, asshole.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||11/24/2012|
[quote] he moved at an early age out of state and was raised in California, New York, and other spots.
R101 you didn't do your homework cause that above statement is totally false. u won't even admit that you were wrong
[quote] he still didn't pick up an authentic accent, asshole.
says you, others would disagree.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||11/24/2012|
As I received the news this evening and as you read this I still cannot completely express the shock and impact from the news that Larry Hagman has passed. I can still remember, that first day on Zuma Beach with him, in the frigid cold. From that day for five more years, Larry was the center of so many fun, wild, shocking… and in retrospect, memorable moments that will remain in my heart forever.
He was such a key element in my life for so long and even, years after I Dream of Jeannie; our paths crossed many times. Throughout various productions I had the pleasure of watching the Texas Tornado that was Larry Hagman. Amidst a whirlwind of big laughs, big smiles and unrestrained personality Larry was always, simply Larry. You couldn't fault him for it, it was just who he was. I am so thankful that this past year I was able to spend time with him and experience yet again ‘Larry’ in all his Big Texas bravado.
I, like many others believed he had beat Cancer and yet we are reminded that life is never guaranteed. My deepest condolences go out to his wife Maj, his son and daughter and his grandchildren, as well as his friends in this time of his passing. I can honestly say that we've lost not just a great actor, not just a television icon, but an element of pure Americana.
Goodbye Larry, there was no one like you before and there will never be anyone like you again.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||11/24/2012|
r.98, you're wish is my command. Larry Hagman as cop Ed Gibson on THE EDGE OF NIGHT circa 1961. Because it was a mystery-based soap opera, when Hagman decided to leave the show, they just had his character mysteriously disappear from town and, though an investigation was had, no body or trace of his character was ever found.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||11/24/2012|
When Larry appeared on Edge, these shows were done live.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||11/24/2012|
He treated Donna Reed like shit when he wanted Barbara Bel Geddes to return to "Dallas" in the role of Miss Ellie.
Paul Petersen stormed the "Dallas" set and confronted Larry for his rotten treatment of his TV mother.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||11/24/2012|
Link please R106
|by Anonymous||reply 107||11/24/2012|
Both Larry Hagman and Mary Martin had real Texas accent when not on stage, TV, or film.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||11/24/2012|
R69/R86/R101, you're an insufferably nasty dimwit, clinging to a dumb argument.
Anyone who knew Larry would tell you that he had an authentic Texas accent. I'm a Texas native and I can tell you that his was the real McCoy.
You're wrong, as others have repeatedly told you. Now sit the fuck down and shut the fuck up.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||11/24/2012|
Victoria Principal arranges to be at the death-bed of many celebrities so as to suck their final dying breath. I am surprised she was not at this one.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||11/24/2012|
Joan Van Ark's face will be the new villian. Valene was being worked on in the lab by Dr. Hoffman.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||11/24/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 112||11/24/2012|
"I'm a booger eating baboon!"
|by Anonymous||reply 113||11/24/2012|
Is an inauthentic Texas accent when you only try half as hard?
|by Anonymous||reply 114||11/24/2012|
[quote]Didn't have like about 20 liver transplants?
He had one.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||11/24/2012|
[quote]Actually, Mitt Romney for JR! Now that he has no job to speak of, he can dedicate his time to playing his true self.
Hagman played J.R. with charm and flair. Mitt has neither of those qualities.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||11/24/2012|
Is that in addition to the other 119 transplants, R115?
|by Anonymous||reply 117||11/24/2012|
The producers of the current Dallas released a statement that J.R. will indeed die sometime during the second season they are currently shooting.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||11/24/2012|
He had one in 1995. If you want to claim he had more than that, provide your source.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||11/24/2012|
Sad news. He'll always be Major Anthony to me. He was so funny and handsome as hell on that show. Even as a baby gay he gave me funny feelings down there when I watched IDOJ.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||11/24/2012|
The producers had to have had a contingency plan in case of his passing. It would hav been foolhardy not to.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||11/24/2012|
Rest in peace. Nice that Duffy and Gray were there at the end with him. Sad.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||11/24/2012|
Finally! He was one nasty bastard.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||11/24/2012|
If the producers are just a little bit smart they'll milk JR's death for seasons to come. I think they were dealing with Jock's death for three seeasons. Took them half a season to just miss him and then another half season to really declare him dead.
The first season was a bit all over the place for me, partially they tried to do justice to so many old and new characters. In a way the central and yet bystanding character of JR prevented the young ones to freely develop. Now they, especially John Ross, can develop anywhere. I hope the actors can fill the void. Anf if not I hope JR's will is going to reveal Pamela' whereabout.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||11/24/2012|
R82 - I could see Culp being a capable JR, but not Foxworth.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||11/24/2012|
Saw 42nd Street the summer of "Who Shot JR" when Hagman was at the absolute height of his fame. I've never seen a crazier crowd. He just smiled and said hello and charmed everyone as he moved through the crowd handing out fake money with J.R.'s face on it. I thought that was a clever way of seeming friendly while not signing any autographs or really stopping for anyone.
Love Dallas and think he was fabulous on it. Great fun.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||11/24/2012|
Larry reminisced about his visit to the Starck Club in a new documentary.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||11/24/2012|
I believe that both Hagman and Duffy were longtime Buddhists, Duffy devoutly so. In this context it makes sense that Duffy was with him at the end.
My cousin was a Buddhist adherent who died in hospice after battling cancer. There was much chanting and special prayers said at his bedside right up to the end.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||11/24/2012|
Is this a continuation of the Patricia Heaton dead at 54 thread?
|by Anonymous||reply 129||11/24/2012|
Do u think they might have actually filmed a JR death scene? That would be weird.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||11/24/2012|
Has Susan Howard issued a statement yet?
|by Anonymous||reply 131||11/24/2012|
I swallowed his load and thanked him for it.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||11/24/2012|
r25- die of AIDS!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 133||11/24/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 134||11/24/2012|
Why is it so strange that he may not like gays? It's not like you assholes here are that likable anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||11/24/2012|
 Larry Hagman was in the London productions of Applause with L.B. Thats why he was on they've version. That WAS the London Production.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||11/24/2012|
Are you sure it wasn't Jennilee Harrison who died? Jamie Ewing was an integral part of the original series, after all.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||11/25/2012|
I'm sad he died, wish i could have met him, he was the best,but life is such, we come and we have to leave, he had a full life, 81, may his soul be happy on its journey onwards. Goodbye Larry Hangman, goodbye JR. I am from Trinidad and Tobago- the Caribbean.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||11/25/2012|
Larry Hagman did not play Bill Sampson in the London production of Applause . . . if he had, there would have been no reason to dub his singing for the television production.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||11/25/2012|
r139, where did you get the idea he was dubbed?
|by Anonymous||reply 140||11/25/2012|
Little known fact is that Larry directed the 1972 sequel to "The Blob" called "Son Of The Blob" in blood curding color! Sounds like a joke, but it's true!
|by Anonymous||reply 141||11/25/2012|
Carrie Snodgress couldn't get a liver for transplant...
|by Anonymous||reply 142||11/25/2012|
Anyone been to Southfork? I was there last summer. Awesome!
|by Anonymous||reply 143||11/26/2012|
Word has it he's already pestering God for another liver
|by Anonymous||reply 144||11/26/2012|
R143, yes, it was shocking to see how small it was and devastating not to have the interiors match.
No way all those people could have lived in such a small house in real life -- if they had all that money.
But it was a thrill, nonetheless.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||12/16/2012|