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  1. percynjpn
    percynjpn at |

    “This all made the death of an actor a secondary story in news cycles”

    Yes, as it should have.

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  2. Jed
    Jed at |

    Groucho Marx’s death was actually bemoaned in the Rob Zombie film “The Devil’s Rejects” the sequel to “House of a Thousand Corpses”. “Son, if you ever say another derogatory word about Elvis Aron Presley in my presence again, I will kick the living s*** out of you!”

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  3. Bob
    Bob at |

    Aldous Huxley also died November 22, 1963

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  4. elcucuyfeo
    elcucuyfeo at |

    well that was depressing.

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  5. Little_Sam
    Little_Sam at |

    Groucho was briefly on the old panel game show What’s My Line. The game show/comedy show that he is best know for was called You Bet Your Life.

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  6. Peter
    Peter at |

    What about Mother Teresa, whose death was totally overshadowed by Princess Diana

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  7. Dennis S
    Dennis S at |

    Ted Kennedy’s death was overshadowed by the death of Peewee Herman’s uncle, Jeeks “Diddley” Herman on the same day.

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