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Play the best Mahjong games online! Fri I am now the fourth American president to preside over an American troop presence in Afghanistan. Two Republicans. Two Democrats. August 21, at am. Patrick says:. August 21, at pm. August 23, at pm. August 27, at pm. JLS says:. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. The following year, she appeared in three horror films, including an installment in one of horror's most famous franchises.

The final product didn't fare all that well with the critics, but it's far from the worst-reviewed film in the franchise, with the Los Angeles Times calling it "the best 'Chainsaw' movie that doesn't have 'directed by Tobe Hooper' in the credits.

She teamed up with an icon from another famous horror franchise in 's "Nightworld," sharing the screen with "A Nightmare on Elm Street" star Robert Englund. Her third and final horror of the year was "Day of the Dead: Bloodline," a claustrophobic zombie thriller.

In what would be one of her final film roles, Kamburova also played Dr. Sandy Peterson in "Doom: Annihilation," the big-screen reboot of the classic video game series. She apparently had a blast making the movie, posing for selfies with zombies between takes.

Longtime soap star Stuart Damonwho played Dr. It was his passion. The New Yorker launched a television career in the U.

He worked out of London for over a decade, but he opted to come home when the possibility of a part on "General Hospital" arose. Massachusetts native Ray MacDonnellwho was best known for his four decade stint as Dr. MacDonnell made his debut as Dr. The Beach Boys - The Monkees & The Beach Boys (CD) Martin in the first episode of "All My Children" in and would go on to appear in hundreds of episodes. It was a career-defining role for him, but it wasn't the only part he played.

MacDonnell's death came just one day after that of Ann Ratraywho he worked with on the hit Broadway musical "Mame," starring Angela Lansbury. His first television appearances came even earlier — the actor popped up in a number of anthology shows throughout the s, including "Robert Montgomery Presents," "The Jack Benny Program," and "Armstrong Circle Theatre.

He would go on to play classic comic strip detective Dick Tracy in a TV pilot that was never soldand he also portrayed the character Philip Capice in CBS soap "The Edge of Night" for a spell, but MacDonnell's final on-screen part was also his first. He reprised the role of Dr. Martin several more time before the online reboot was canceled amid a lawsuit that ABC ultimately won. His sister, model Meredith Mickelson, revealed the news via Instagram the following day.

There wasn't a person I loved more on this Earth. Mickelson only made his acting debut in He played the treasure hoarding con man Billy in "Mani," a web series about a young girl whose parents decide to hire a male nanny.

The Atlanta-born up-and-comer landed his first film role soon after, appearing in the indie horror "The Killer Clown Meets the Candy Man," a fictional account of a meeting between real-life serial killers John Wayne Gacy and Dean Corll. He also had a bright future in the modeling world, which was deeply saddened by his loss. The comment section of Meredith Mickelson's tribute post was quickly flooded with messages of condolence, many of them from fellow models.

Jordyn Woods sent her prayers, while Paris Hilton wrote that she was "so sad to hear" about Mickelson's death. Among the most heartbreaking tributes was the one made by his girlfriend, Maddie Haley. Filmmaker and actor Robert Downey Sr. Born in Manhattan and raised in Long Island, the New York native enlisted in the Army when he was still in his teens and would have a spell as a minor league baseball player before writing his first play.

After cutting his teeth with Off-off-Broadway productions, he teamed up with cinematographer William Waering to make the low budget feature "Babo 73," which follows a newly elected president during his first days in office. He continued to utilize guerrilla tactics in the years that followed, and, while his films were never box office draws, they often received critical acclaim and would inspire a generation of filmmakers. It was added to the United States National Film Registry on account of being a significant movie in DuVernay described her as "a quiet, elegant force" in a tribute tweet.

A gem of a lady. A confident, caring actor who breathed life into the words and made them shimmer. I'm grateful that our paths in this life crossed.

A native of Chicago, Douglas grew up in a "rough" part of the city. She caught the acting bug young, however, and would go on to study theater at Illinois State University, learning her craft alongside the likes of John The Beach Boys - The Monkees & The Beach Boys (CD) and Gary Sinise. Douglas made her on-screen debut in the TV movie "Purlie" and would become a sitcom mainstay the following decade. The cause was "cardiac arrest with multisystem organ failures due to septic shock and metastatic adenocarcinoma," The Hollywood Reporter confirmed.

Robinson, who learned the tricks of the trade at Houston acting school Studio 7, made his first-big screen appearance in 's "Drive, He Said," Jack Nicholson's directorial debut. He would appear in several more movies during the remainder of the decade including an uncredited role in Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now"but Robison spent the majority of the '70s establishing himself in TV. By the early s, he was landing recurring roles in the likes of "Flamingo Road" and "Buffalo Bill," and inhe made his bow as Mac.

Robinson played the popular clerk on "Night Court" from untila career-defining role for him. I could do films, theater, television forever, and it's always 'Night Court. Action movie actor William Smithwho played villains that fought the likes of Clint Eastwood and Nick Nolte on the big screen, died in July Born and raised on his family's cattle ranch in Missouri, Smith "could ride almost before he could walk," the bio on his official website states.

His background and skill set made him ideal for Westerns, and he certainly worked on plenty of those over the years he was a recipient of both the Golden Boot Award and the Silver Spur Award, marking his contribution to I Wanna Be Free - The Monkees genre. He was way more than just a cowboy, however. Smith dabbled in film as a child actor but would showcase his many talents elsewhere before returning to Hollywood. According to his website, he joined the Air Force and went "on secret missions over Russia and other Eastern Bloc countries" during the Korean War, on account of him speaking several languages.

He later excelled as a bodybuilder, a boxer he was the Air Force light-heavyweight boxing champion for a spelland a martial artist, earning black belts in kung fu and karate.

Sacchi's resemblance to Bogart led to him playing the Hollywood legend on numerous occasions. After the comedy "The Man With Bogart's Face," in which his character gets plastic surgery to look like the actor and opens up his own detective agency, Sacchi portrayed Bogart in episodes of "Fantasy Island" and "Pointman. Sacchi who was born in Rome but raised in New York made his debut playing an inspector in the Italian thriller "The French Sex Murders" and landed his first English-speaking role that same year, appearing alongside Michael Caine and Mickey Rooney in "Pulp.

He also dabbled in voice acting in the twilight of his career, taking on a role in a mid-'90s episode of the horror anthology series "Tales from the Crypt. Martial arts movie icon Shinichi "Sonny" Chiba — who came to the attention of international audiences in the s with his violent classic "The Street Fighter" and later appeared in "Kill Bill" and "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" — died in August A black belt in numerous disciplines, Chiba was the real deal when it came to martial arts.

He learned how to fight from karate master Masutatsu "Mas" Oyama who he later portrayed in a series of films and made good use of these skills in his onscreen debut. At age 19, Chiba took over the title role in the tokusatsu show "Seven Color Mask," marking the start of a long and illustrious career. The Fukuoka native's first crossover success was 's "The Street Fighter," the dub of which became a cult favorite in the United States.

The film would inspire Quentin Tarantino, who referenced it in his script for 's "True Romance. With a kiss on your head — Goodnight, dad. We love you. Born on November 15,Asner had quite the colorful life before becoming one of the most beloved comedians in Hollywood. While he got involved with drama at the University of Chicago, he spent most of his early years working a variety of jobs — selling shoes and encyclopedias, working on an automobile assembly line, and serving in the U.

Army during the '50s. But eventually, he made his way to the Paul Sills' Playwrights Theater Club in Chicago where he finally found his true calling. Of course, younger audiences probably know Asner best as Santa Claus from "Elf" and as the voice of adventurous curmudgeon Carl Fredricksen in "Up. Emmy-nominated actor Michael K.

Williamsbest known for his spellbinding turns on numerous HBO shows, was found dead in his New York apartment on September 6, He was "a member of the HBO family for more than 20 years," a rep from the network said in a statement, via The Hollywood Reporter.

Williams worked as a background dancer for Madonna and George Michael before switching his attention to acting. The Brooklyn native was soon spotted by Tupac Shakur, who pushed The Beach Boys - The Monkees & The Beach Boys (CD) him to be cast in the film "Bullet" after seeing his headshots. His distinctive facial scar made him a perfect fit for the role of High Top, and Williams would go on to play a number of gangster roles in the years that followed.

His portrayal of openly gay stick-up man Omar Little in "The Wire" garnered widespread praise and helped change attitudes, the actor said in a interview. Actor and comedian Art Metranobest known for his turn as long-suffering superior Ernie Mauser in the "Police Academy" movies, died of natural causes in Septemberhis son confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was capable of turning in a dramatic performance but gained fame as a funnyman after impressing Johnny Carson.

The host of "The Tonight Show" loved his magic act, The Amazing Metrano, and invited him back several times, giving him the exposure he needed.

He appeared on shows like "Kojak," "Starsky and Hutch," "Charlie's Angels," and "Wonder Woman" in the late '70s, but he came into his prime the following decade. The character was introduced as a lieutenant in 's "Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment" and returned as a commandant in follow-up "Police Academy 3: Back in Training. His life was put on hold when he fell from a ladder and suffered a near-fatal injury in Comedian and actor Norm Macdonaldwho starred in films like "Dirty Work" and "Screwed" but was best known for his time on "Saturday Night Live," died of cancer in September Macdonald kept his diagnosis secret for nine years because he didn't want it to "affect the way the audience or any of his loved ones saw him," friend Lori Jo Hoekstra told Deadline.

He once wrote that 'a joke should catch someone by surprise, it should never pander. The Canadian funnyman perfected his act in and around his hometown of Quebec City before bringing it to the States.

His spell as anchor was defined by his relentless criticism of O. Simpson and his murder trial, which some say contributed to his axing from SNL. Macdonald himself believed that his humor was just too out there, however. Dolittle," and Rob Schneider's "The Animal. Actors We Lost In Mira Furlan ABC. Gregory Sierra NBC. Christopher Pennock YouTube. Martha Stewart Columbia Pictures. Geoffrey Scott ABC. Tanya Roberts MGM. Houston Tumlin Sony Pictures Releasing. Robert Rodan NBC. Just don't kill no innocent people around here.

I wouldn't like that. Sign In. Play trailer Action Crime Drama. Director Walter Hill. Top credits Director Walter Hill. See more at IMDbPro. Trailer Once your order is placed, you will receive an Order Confirmation email. After your order has shipped, you will receive a second email with your tracking number. We offer Free Shipping within the entire United States. Most orders are delivered in business days. Another factor that may play a role is familiarity of sound -- I'm sure the Lp ripped CD-R is closer to the sound of what you are accustomed to hearing.

Who knows exactly why, but I don't think you're hearing things. I've had similar experiences. How is the sound quality on the live set? Love to hear it! Hi Pete, Yes, there could be a lot of factors at work--another possibility is that the master tape has deteriorated somewhat over the last 25 years.

I'm pretty sure Calbi went back to the original master tapes for this edition. There are lots of possibilities really, but the one that seems most likely to me is that there is just some "magic" in a needle meeting a vinyl groove.

The ripped LP is no doubt closer to what I'm used to, but it's also just sounds better, at least to my ears. Others might very well have a different reaction. I didn't want this post to get too long as my posts sometimes do so I skipped over a few things.

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