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Last post Dec 25, 2012 3:39 PM by GrandmaK_54_Illinois . 5 replies.

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    have passed.  I always enjoyed them.


    Actor Jack Klugman, star of the TV series "The Odd Couple", speaks about writer, director and producer Garry Marshall who received the Legend Award at the taping of the 6th annual TV Land Awards in Santa Monica June 8, 2008. REUTERS/Fred Prouser


    FILE - In this Thursday, July 31, 2008 file photo, actor Charles Durning smiles during ceremonies honoring him with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles. Durning, the two-time Oscar nominee who was dubbed the king of the character actors for his skill in playing everything from a Nazi colonel to the pope, died Monday, Dec. 24, 2012 at his home in New York City. He was 89. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)


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  • Re: Jack Klugman & Charles Durning

    How very sad.  They were both wonderful actors.


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  • Re: Jack Klugman & Charles Durning

    This is very sad news.


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  • Re: Jack Klugman & Charles Durning

    loved both of them... durning in evening shade...can't figure out why that only had one season...R.I.P.  guys...



  • Re: Jack Klugman & Charles Durning

    durning 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

  • Re: Jack Klugman & Charles Durning

    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.