questionsdid you hear ernest borgnine died?

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Eeeep :(

I think I need my PT 73 fix now.

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I heard about it a few hours ago but didn't ask the question. I liked him in "The Poseidon Adventure" and "Escape From New York", but those are my only memories of him.

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Well crap. He definitely lived a good life.

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Wow, I also liked him in almost everything I've seen him in - can't really think of something I didn't like actually.

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An old man and an old star
Haven't watch his work as era distance

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I think you have to keep going. Otherwise, you know these fellas that say, "Boy I can't wait to retire. Boy, I'm going to be 65 years old, and I'm retiring and I'm quitting and that's it." Well, two weeks later they're saying to themselves, "What the hell am I gonna do?" And first thing you know they find themselves in a wheelchair or in a rocking chair going back and forth, back and forth, and that's the end of it. And suddenly you're dead.

~ Ernest Borgnine

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If you've never seen his movie "Marty" you should look for it. The movie is even older than I am, but it's a sweet, sweet movie (Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay in 1955!)

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Is he related to Jason Bourne?

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He did a documentary in his later years, where he just traveled around, meeting people. I can't remember the name of it, and I can't find a reference on IMDB (I hate their new format; it's so hard to find anything now). Still, he was just so full of life, and of his joy in life, and in living.

Yet another sweet guy, moving on, and leaving us.

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He did a fantastic job in his role in The Poseiden Adventure (I may have the title slightly incorrect), but his role really made the movie for me. Seemed like a nice man. Had a good, long life. RIP

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No :( That's too bad.. Ernest Goes to Camp was one of my favorite movies..

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He always reminded me of my grandpa, or at least the grandpa everybody wants to have. Not sure why exactly. I guess he just seemed really happy-go-lucky...

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95 years old, WOW. I always liked him as an actor, Rest in Peace! Thanks for the years of entertainment!