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    Actor Reni Santoni has passed away at 81. He was in the movie Private Parts, had a memorable role on Seinfeld and was in many other roles as well. Oddly enough, I just watched an episode of NYPD Blue the other day that featured him as a detective.
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    Dirty Harry's first partner too. And one of the relatively lucky ones.
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    Actor Raymond Allen, who played Aunt Esther's husband Woodrow on Sanford and Son, has died at age 91.

    He played a good drunk, not only as Uncle Woodrow, but also as Ned the wino on Good Times

    https://people.com/tv/raymond-allen-dies-at-91/

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    Actor/singer/guitar designer Trini Lopez (who starred in The Dirty Dozen) has passed away.
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    "I can't complain. I got to be Jim Morrison for the first half of my life, and Ward Cleaver for the second half." - Warren Zevon.

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    Ben Cross, probably best known for Dark Shadows throughout his lengthy career, has passed away.
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    Chariots of Fire!
    There came a time when the Old Gods died! The Brave died with the Cunning! The Noble perished locked in battle with unleashed Evil! It was the last day for them! An ancient era was passing in fiery holocaust!

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    And, of course, Sarek from the Star Trek reboot.
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    Ben was really good casting, a great successor to Mark Lenard.
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    Cartoon producer Joe Ruby (of Ruby-Spears) passed away at age 87.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcfanpal View Post
    Cartoon producer Joe Ruby (of Ruby-Spears) passed away at age 87.
    For those of you who don't know the name, he co-created Scooby Doo, Where Are You

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    Joe Ruby, the animation veteran who co-created the character of Scooby-Doo and oversaw Saturday morning children's programming at CBS and ABC, has died. He was 87.

    A four-time Daytime Emmy nominee, Ruby died Wednesday at his home in the Westlake Village section of Los Angeles, his grandson Ben Ruby announced.

    Ruby met Ken Spears when both were sound editors and then staff writers at the cartoon powerhouse Hanna-Barbera, and they created the supernatural kids show Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, which centered around a talking Great Dane and bowed on CBS in September 1969. All but four of the first 25 episodes were written and story-edited by them.

    In the early 1970s, then-CBS president of children's programming Fred Silverman hired Ruby and Spears to supervise the network's Saturday morning cartoon lineup, and they followed the executive to ABC for similar duties in 1975. (Scooby-Doo joined that network's lineup as well.)

    Two years later, ABC set up Ruby-Spears Productions as a subsidiary of Filmways, and the company launched Saturday morning animated series around such characters as Fangface, Plastic Man, Mister T and Alvin and the Chipmunks.
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    They did punky brewster cartoon, 80s mega man, and saturday supercade also.


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    That theme song is catchy.


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    And of course scooby doo.


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