have passed. I always enjoyed them.
A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs. It's jolted by every pebble on the road. Henry Ward Beecher
How very sad. They were both wonderful actors.
This is very sad news.
I don't often get asked to define irony, but when I do, I always say,
"Why, yes. Yes, I AM a Field Editor for Taste of Home."
loved both of them... durning in evening shade...can't figure out why that only had one season...R.I.P. guys...
carrotop_fdurning in evening shade
I don't remember him in Evening Shade. I do remember him doing readings during some of the patriotic specials that were on TV.
RIP Jack and Charles
Two of the greats. When I read Charles Durning's obit, that line from "O Brother, Where art Thou?" came to mind: "We ain't one at a timin', we're mass communicating!". Don't know why I thought of that. I could just hear his voice saying that.
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