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    I Spy died (sorry FF2)

    Robert Culp. RIP.

    [url]http://www.imdb.com/news/ni1867488/[/url]

    That was my older brother's favorite show. :(

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    He was great on the Greatest American Hero...Wow he was 79 - RIP

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    [QUOTE=Jman21;3536782]He was great on the Greatest American Hero...Wow he was 79 - RIP[/QUOTE]

    He was funny on Everyone Loves Raymond too as the father-in-law.

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    Wow, the Pelican Brief was just on AMC last night.

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;3536807]Wow, the Pelican Brief was just on AMC last night.[/QUOTE]

    That's what probably killed him.

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    [QUOTE=Jman21;3536782]He was great on the Greatest American Hero...Wow he was 79 - RIP[/QUOTE]

    Very underrated show! Culp is on the right :rip:

    [IMG]http://the-greatest-american-hero.com/images/545_frontpage.jpg[/IMG]

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    Culp starred in 2 Columbo episodes that I liked a lot. In one of them I think he played a GM (?) of a pro football team, or at least he was highly connected with a team. In the other he was a Marketing genius who used subliminal cuts in a video to help him murder someone. Columbo, of course, managed to figure him out.

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    :rip:


    "He is a poker playing buddy of Hugh M. Hefner as a result, he is a frequent guest at the Playboy Mansion."

    Geez, no wonder he was married 5 times! :eek:

    RIP buddy, Lord knows you didn't get any rest on earth! :rimshot:

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    [QUOTE=Johnny Bravo;3536961] Culp is on the right :rip:

    [IMG]http://the-greatest-american-hero.com/images/545_frontpage.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    :cool:




    :dunno:

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    [QUOTE=Johnny Bravo;3536961]Very underrated show! Culp is on the right :rip:

    [IMG]http://the-greatest-american-hero.com/images/545_frontpage.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    Great show, one of my favorites.

    Also one of the greatest TV themes
    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9Q3orQhEcA[/url]

    I think Connie Selleca got me thru puberty. DAMN you John Tesh!

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    Not to forget "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" with him and Natalie Wood as wife swappers along with Elliot Gould and Dyan Cannon. Good flick.

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